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Fox TV will be giving the viewers a Halloween treat as the television company works on a crossover episode featuring crime drama series “Bones” and horror drama series “Sleepy Hollow.” The fans, who are waiting for the crossover episode, can now mark their calendars because the airing schedule of the “Bones-Sleepy Hollow” crossover episode has been revealed.

Spoiler Alert: This feature contains major “Sleepy Hollow” spoilers.

TVLine reports that the “Bones-Sleepy Hollow” crossover episode will air on Oct. 29. However, the details on the crossover episode as well as the characters that would appear are being kept under wraps.

Michael Ausiello of TVLine reports that the executive producers of “Bones” and “Sleepy Hollow” have a creative idea in place that can unite the two TV series’ different worlds. “Bones” and “Sleepy Hollow” are set to premiere their new seasons on Thursday night, Oct. 1.

Meanwhile, a “Sleepy Hollow” character will not be appearing in the upcoming third season of the Fox TV series. Clifton Campbell, the new “Sleepy Hollow” showrunner, revealed to TVGuide.com that the Headless Horseman will not be around in “Sleepy Hollow” Season 3.

Campbell teased that the upcoming new season will have a new framework and set of rules for the mythology beginning with the introduction of the new big bad villain. Campbell added that the new storyline will also allow the fans a more gripping and personal threat to Abbie Mills, played by Nicole Beharie, and Ichabod Crane, played by Tom Mison.

The casting report on “Sleepy Hollow” Season 3 confirmed that character Joe Corbin, played by Zach Appelman, will return to help and work closely with Jenny Mills, played by Lyndie Greenwood. According to Campbell, the pair will dive deep on their past and connections to each other while tracking down a lot of things in order to help Abbie and Crane.

“It allows Jenny and Joe to be more operative and on their feet in their support and help of Abbie and Crane and fills out the gang in a much more interesting, emotional way,” Campbell said in the TVGuide.com report.

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