There will not be another last-minute reprieve for Sleepy Hollow as Fox has canceled the supernatural drama series after four seasons.

Sleepy Hollow, inspired by Washington Irving’s story, had been heavily on the bubble for a second straight year.

Last year, it eventually was renewed for a fourth season, which marked a new chapter for the show following the shocking exit of female lead Nicole Beharie whose character Abbie was killed off in the Season 3 finale.

The show was moved to the ratings black hole of Friday night midway through Season 3, Sleepy Hollow  remained on Friday for its fourth season, which made its battle for survival even tougher.

“Bringing a show out on Friday night is tough,” Fox chairman Gary Newman said in January, adding, “We love the show, we think the storytelling has always been incredibly inventive, and Ichabod is fantastic.”

For its 13-episode fourth season Sleepy Hollow averaged a modest 3.2 million viewers and 0.9 among adults 18-49 in Live+7, which includes delayed viewing.

Sleepy Hollow, from 20th TV and K/O Paper Products, was created by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Phillip Iscove and Len Wiseman.

Tom Mison starred as Ichabod Crane. Lyndie Greenwood, Lance Gross and Jessica Camacho co-starred.