Lose your head over 'Sleepy Hollow' premiere at 9 PM

Lose your head over 'Sleepy Hollow' premiere at 9 PM

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Just this time, it's okay to lose your head. In fact, we're hoping that you do!

FOX's premieres Sleepy Hollow at 9 p.m. Monday night -- an all-new, modern-day retelling of the classic gothic tale. The hunt to bring the Headless Horseman to justice journeys to 2013, where good and evil square off again.

Good Day's Paul Milliken got a front-row seat with some the show's stars – Orlando Jones and Katia Winters – to find out what viewers can expect from one of the most buzzed about shows of the new fall season!

CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVER TO SEE THE SLEEPY HOLLOW INTERVIEW!

More info:
Sleepy Hollow website
Sleepy Hollow on Facebook
Sleepy Hollow on Twitter

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