It was cancelled after three seasons. The series was centered around a hero named Ichabod Crane, a British turncoat who fought for America but who was killed by a headless horseman fighting for the British army. Crane then rises from the dead 200 years later and the nonsense goes on from there. When I first learned of it, it had some degree of Biblical and Revolutionary War sentiment throughout the first two episodes, but they lost me after only two. I was not at all impressed with the writer and producer's distortion of American History with Gen. George Washington presumably linking the Freemasons, the occult and God's Word into a narrative. I was not impressed over the deliberate misrepresentation of God's Word all starting with the apocalypse in Revelation, all the way up to a convoluted plan to "fight evil with evil" and summoning some demon nitwit to defeat another demon and win. By the end of the series according to online sources, God no longer had no place in American history or in man's heart. I investigate these types of shows (within reason and common sense) whenever the Lord and/or His Word is part of the story line, just to see what happens. I might be suprized, or I might be disappointed. In this case, it was an insult to our Lord and our Founding Fathers.