The Bones/Supernatural crossover may be the weirdest crossover ever – yet never oversteps the boundaries of either show. It begins with the Bones (FOX, Thursdays, 8/7C) episode The Resurrection in the Remains and concludes with the Sleepy Hollow (FOX, Thursdays, 9/8C) episode Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Although the integration of each show’s characters into the others’ continuity is fun, the crossover is a bit of a cheat insofar as it is not one story told in two parts, but rather two stories with a single link (characters aside) between them.
We now have a plotline for the Bones/Sleepy Hollow crossover: On Bones, when Brennan and Booth follow clues gleaning from the discovery of grisly human remains, they encounter Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills and discover they’re after the same evidence.
For the tagline for Sleepy Hollow half of the crossover, follow the jump.
The Bones/Sleepy Hollow crossover airs Thursday, October 29th beginning with Bones (8/7C) and concluding on Sleepy Hollow (9/8C).
FOX has set the dates for its winter premieres for new scripted shows Backstrom (January 22nd), The Last Man On Earth (March 1st) and Weird Loners (March 31st) – and unscripted World’s Funniest Fails (working title) (January 16th).
Returning scripted shows include Glee’s final 13-episode season (two-hour premiere on January 9th), The following (two-hour premiere on March 2n) and Bones (March 26th). Unscripted returnees include Masterchef Junior (January 6th) and Hell’s Kitchen (March 3rd).
For a complete schedule for new and returning FOX shows (day/date/time), follow the jump.
If you haven’t quite gotten caught up on season two of Sleepy Hollow, Fox will be airing a mini-marathon of the show’s last three episodes on Saturday, November 1st, so you can catch up before the next new episode on Monday, November 3rd.
Sleepy Hollow will also have a presence in several Halloween events across the country, with the Headless Horseman putting in an appearance at several Halloween parades. For more details, follow the jump.
BOOM! Studios has unveiled a selection of exclusive cover variants for nine if its comics as exclusive to the 2014 New York Comic Con. Titles range from George Barr’s Sirens #1 to the concluding chapter of miniseries Translucid (#6).
Also making its debut at the con will be the limited, premium edition of the Sons of Anarchy hardcover, collecting the first issues of the comic.
For a complete list of titles – and the details on the company’s four panels, follow the jump.
BOOM! Studios will have a significant presence at the 2014 New York Comic Con with more than three dozen of their talented writers and artists in attendance – including Day Men’s Matt Gagnon, Sleepy Hollow’s Marguerite Bennett and Fiction Squad’s Paul Jenkins. For a complete list of BOOM! Studios creators in attendance, follow the jump.
2014 New York Comic Con runs for the weekend of October 9-12 at the Javits Center.
BOOM! Studios’ announced Sleepy Hollow four-issue miniseries has a premiere date: October 15th – just in time for Halloween.
From writer Marguerite Bennett and artist Jorge Coelho, the series opens with Ichabod Crane and Lt. Abby Mills glad to see a series of minor miracles of the positive kind occurring in Sleepy Hollow – but, as we’ve come to expect, all is not as it seems.
Each issue will also feature a short backup story written and illustrated by Noelle Stevenson. Follow the jump for further details.
We’ve been told that it might take a while before Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills free themselves from their respective purgatories in Sleepy Hollow’s second season. Judging from the season two teaser that follows the jump, they’ll have a lot of weirdness to face once they’re free (relatively speaking). Check it out.
Sleepy Hollow returns to FOX on Monday, September 22nd.
Fox is holding the world premiere screenings of Gotham and Wayward Pines at Comic-Con 2014! Series stars and executive producers will be taking part in the panels at these events.
Another certain highlight will be the Sleepy Hollow Haunted Bridge and Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Experience – and Headless Horsemen will be roaming downtown. Other Fox returnees for Comic-Con 2014 include Bones, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, The Following and The Simpsons.
Comic-Con Exclusives include: 2014 Poster Tubes, Collectible Mini-Posters, Gotham Lenticular Collectibles and autographed copies of Pines, the Blake Crouch novel on which Wandering Pines is based, and more. For further details, follow the jump.
Will Agent Booth be convicted of murdering ‘innocent FBI Agents?’ Find out when Bones returns on Thursday, September 25th. How do Icabod and Abby get out of (respectively) that box and that dollhouse? Sleepy Hollow will tell us on September 22nd – the same day we see Detective Jim Gordon comfort young Bruce Wayne and promise to capture their killers on the series premiere of Gotham.
Fox’s ‘social experiment,’ Utopia, gets a three-night premiere beginning on Sunday, September 7th and continuing on Tuesday September 9th and Friday, September 12th. Will Utopia’s participants be able to forge a new, utopian society from scratch? Will Bart Simpson and Peter Griffin ever learn? Let the fun begin on Sunday, September 26th when the 26th season of The Simspons premieres – followed by a one-hour Simpsons/Family Guy crossover event and the second season premiere of Brooklyn Nine-Nine (speaking of someone who really tries to never learn…).
To find out when your favorite Fox shows return – and your new favorites premiere, follow the jump.