I really enjoyed the first series of fantasy horror series Sleepy Hollow, for reasons best explained by this thought on it:
“There are no two ways about it: Sleepy Hollow is truly, utterly and unapologetically mental, and it knows it. However, its genius is that it strikes the perfect balance of absurdity and solemnity that took Supernatural years to perfect, comporting itself with just enough decorum that you’re able to take it seriously despite being fully aware of how completely bonkers it is.”
When the second series was about to begin I decided to to episode-by-episode reviews for Starburst’s website, which was as fun and taxing as doing the same for Constantine, particularly at the same time. Each review is individually linked below.