When ABC first launched FlashForward, the network and producers boasted of having a five-season story arc for the drama about life after an international black-out. Apparently, the plan laid out by David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight) and Brannon Braga (24) was so compelling, it ignited a network bidding war among the nets before ABC snatched the project. 'These high-concept shows can be fantastic, but there are a lot of pitfalls, ' ABC Entertainment President Stephen McPherson told EW back in September. 'The fact that they had done their homework made all the difference.'Â Did it? Tonight, ABC will air the drama's 22nd and final episode of FlashForward, because the network decided against ordering a second season. After a respectable debut last fall - it averaged 12.5 million viewers - ratings plummeted throughout the season. (It didn't help that the show, like V, went on hiatus over the winter.) Part one of the FlashForward finale on May 20 only averaged 5.3 million - down 28 percent from its season average (7.4 million), so it's not likely that tonight's Part 2 will do any better. Suddenly, all that talk about a five-year plan didn't mean a thing if no one showed up to watch. To Read More Click Here .
With FlashForward's expected cancellation, the fans hoped that the series would wrap up smoothly this Thursday. Unfortunately, that won't be the case. There will be questions left unanswered, we're sure, but do they have to be so many? Actress Sonya Walger told E! Online that she has good and bad news regarding the series finale. These last two episodes leading to the fulfillment of FlashForward will certainly be great, but - yes, there's a but. "There's some closure to it, but there's an awful lot left unexplained," Walger said. She added that in the final episode, most of the mysteries in the pilot will get closure. As for the complete resolution? Nope. Look at it this way, at least FlashForward will keep its audiences thinking. That's always been one of the best things about this show anyway. To Read More Click Here .
It's slim-pickings on TV tonight, but there are a few events you won't want to miss if you're a fan! Tonight brings what's now the series finale of FlashForward plus the summer premieres of So You Think You Can Dance and 100 Questions . 8/7c FlashForward on ABC - Series Finale! So You Think You Can Dance on Fox - 2-hour Season Premiere! 8:30/7:30c 100 Questions on NBC - Series Premiere! 10/9c The Real Housewives of New York City on Bravo What will you be watching?
The time has come. ABC had high hopes for FlashForward , but the series is set to come to an end later this week. It's time for Mark Benford (Joseph Fiennes) and company to stop the next blackout. Mark learns the date in which it is supposed to take place, but it's up to Simon (Dominic Monaghan) and Demetri (John Cho) to work together and break into NLAP's mainframe to put a stop to it. Meanwhile, Bryce (Zachary Knighton) and his Japanese dream woman finally meet as Olivia (Sonya Walger) and Lloyd (Jack Davenport) continue to spend a lot of time with one another. Just what does the future hold for Olivia and Mark? You'll have to tune in to find out what their relationship will be like as many other questions are answered in the series finale. You can catch the FlashForward finale on Thursday, May 27th at 8:00pm ET on ABC. Source Here
"FlashForward" will finally reach the D-Day, April 29, 2010. While everyone waits to see if their flashforward visions come true, Mark uncovers the date of the next blackout, and Simon, with Demetri, attempts to stop it from happening by breaking into the NLAP mainframe. The season finale, called "Future Shock", will also be the end of the series because ABC decided not to continue the sci-fi due to low rating. It's unknown whether the May 27 episode will provide answer to the show's mystery or not because the network laid the verdict after the episode went into production. However, Jack Davenport who plays Lloyd Simcoe said that it would indeed end in a high note. "Do I think the story could have gone further? Sure. No-one intends to do [just] one season - especially not with a grand concepty show like this. I don't think it will be unsatisfying, but it will not answer all the questions. The producers had to be mindful that they may only get one season, so there are some satisfying wrap-ups," he said. Source & Preview