Rachel's 10 TV Wishes for 2010 - Featured

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FlashForward gets its act together

There was so much potential here, but as mentioned previously, FlashForward ended up being one of my biggest TV disappointments of 2009. Lame characters, flimsy plot development. You know I'm, right. That being said, I don't think that the show is beyond repair. I stand by my contention that it has a great premise that has merely been poorly executed. The show is on an extended hiatus - coming back mid March. Here's to hoping that when it returns, it reinvents itself as the great series that it has the potential to be!


Chuck turns into a megahit for NBC

I think all Chuck fans are in agreement that this show should be so much bigger of a hit than it actually is. If only people watched...there's no way they wouldn't fall in love! I personally think the error occurred early on in that the show was mis-marketed by NBC. It's hard to encapsulate all that Chuck is in a 30 second promo - dramatic yet hilarious, ridiculous yet at the same time not entirely beyond plausible. I think many people were turned off from the show early on because the promos just didn't do the show justice - presenting it as all goof and no substance. Chuck is just such a breath of fresh air - and I wish everyone could watch and experience this for themselves!


People stop watching American Idol

It's not that I have some sort of deep-seated hatred or anything for Idol; in fact, I quite enjoy some of the current music superstars that the show has produced - mainly Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson. That being said, I just fail to understand what is so fantastic about this show that it commands the insane viewership that it does. It just makes me sad that 30 million people want to watch Idol, when so many inventive, original shows cannot attract any viewers. So, for this season, I wish that Idol finally shows some signs of deterioration in its reign of TV ratings. It's time to spread the ratings love!


Better Off Ted and Parks & Recreation get renewed

I've now mentioned multiple times how enamored I have become with both of these comedies. Sadly for Ted and Parks - it seems as though the world at large may not be ready for their brilliance. Both have been struggling in the ratings - particularly Ted. The fact that ABC is now burning off Ted with double episodes on Tuesdays (and that random New Year's Day ep) does not bode well for its future. Though Parks is also pretty low-rated on NBC's Thursday night comedy lineup, I think that because thematically and stylistically it fits so well with everything else that's on that lineup (Office and 30 Rock) and because of Amy Poeher's history with NBC - that Parks has a slightly better shot between the 2 of making it. But here's to wishing that both shows survive to see another season!


Lost ends in a way that satisfies the fans

Just because a series is beloved does not mean that it can't end on a sour note. Examples: Battlestar Galactica and Seinfeld and even...dare I say...The Sopranos are all examples of much-beloved series that had somewhat controversial finales with which many fans were not satisfied. My wish for Lost is that it can go down with a finale that is universally accepted as a terrific series conclusion (like Six Feet Under - a series finale which everybody loved). I don't want Lost's legacy to be tarnished by a series finale that people view as subpar. I think a fantastic series finale will secure the show's place in the record books as one of the best ever.


Aging CW series end their runs

Because the word 'canceled' sounds so harsh (and we tend to associate series cancellations with a shows's premature death) - note my carefully worded wish as "shows end their runs". I wouldn't be terribly sad if we said goodbye to any of these shows come the end of this season. I know that each of these shows has their own collective of fans that will tell me to 'go to hell' for this wish, but it's undeniable that Smallville, One Tree Hill and America's Next Top Model are all getting old. I think it's time that we get some more fresh blood onto the CW's schedule, which means creating schedule space. These shows all had great runs, but I think that their heyday has passed.


ABC does right by their pledge to air the remainder of Eastwick

I can't lie; I was pretty bummed that ABC opted to cancel Eastwick. As I mentioned earlier this fall, I viewed it as my Lipstick Jungle replacement - my hour of silly, girly, escapist TV for the week. However, I'm well aware that Eastwick was not exactly great TV, so I'll find a way to manage without it. That being said, only 11 episodes have aired, while 13 have been produced - and as of this week, Eastwick has ceded its timeslot to Ugly Betty. When they canceled the show, ABC promised that they would air all 13 episodes. ABC - somewhat shockingly - fulfilled their similar promise last year when they aired the final episodes of Eli Stone, Dirty Sexy Money and Pushing Daisies after they were canceled. Here's to hoping that they do this for us once more - as I'd in the very least love to see how those final 2 Eastwick episodes wrapped things up.


Parenthood doesn't suck

I know that on paper Parenthood pretty much just sounds like the NBC version of Brothers & Sisters. Big family of adult siblings. Lots of drama. That being said, I think there's still room for 2 shows like this on television - and especially over on NBC, which is lacking a classic family drama these days (well, they do have Friday Night Lights, but that won't be on until the summer). I love the pedigree that Parenthood has going for it; while it's terrible that Maura Tierney had health problems and had to drop out, I can't wait to see Lauren Graham back on TV! I've also been missing Peter Krause since Six Feet Under concluded (I never got into DSM). But...knowing NBC, they could totally mess this up - they have been faring pretty poorly with their remakes/adaptations in recent times (Bionic Woman or Knight Rider, anyone?). So, here's to hoping that Parenthood doesn't suck!


Modern Family doesn't overdose on guest stars

We've already stated countless times how fond we are here at SideReel of new comedy Modern Family. That being said, my one concern is that they have been going pretty heavy on the big name guest stars. This week we have Benjamin Bratt and before that we've already had Elizabeth Banks, Edward Norton and Shelley Long, to name a few. It's fine to have guest stars and Modern Family has been incorporating them pretty well, but you never want a show to fall into the "guest star of the week" syndrome (classic case of this = Wlil & Grace and more recently, even 30 Rock has been somewhat guilty of this) - where the show's main characters and plotlines suffer due to some need to craft plotlines around the appearance of the big name guest stars. So, the occasional guest star is fine, but here's to hoping that the show remembers that it can stand on its own just fine.


No more spinoffs. No more remakes. No more prequels (exception: Caprica)'

We've already got 3 CSIs and more Law & Orders than I can count. With the success of NCIS spinoff NCIS: Los Angeles, it's pretty much inevitable that more of those will be on the way. There also have been rumblings for quite some time now about a Criminal Minds spinoff. And then we also have the remakes/prequels a la 90210 (which admittedly, I've been liking lately) and the disaster that is [[Melrose Place. We've kind of started to go overboard here on all of the spinoffs and remakes, don't you think? So, when development starts for next Fall's new TV, here's to hoping that the networks have some more originality than making yet another crime procedural spinoff, another remake of a 90s TV show or god forbid, another Real Housewives entry. Wishful thinking?


What are some of your TV wishes for 2010?

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Jan 6, 2010 4:16AM EST

Regarding your wishes:
FlashForward - Totally agreement. It way too low for my expectation.
Chuck - I wasn't sure about that show at the beginning, but now ... I frakking love the show
American Idol - What?? Come again!? Never watched and not very interested.
Better Off Ted - Watched the last season ... well it was ok, but not the show to watch.
Parks & Recreation - Everyone is talking about it, maybe I should give it a try ...
Lost - I absolutely agree, I have this thrill of anticipation, but at the same time I'm afraid that they are going to screw it up
Smallville, One Tree Hill and America's Next Top Model - Well yes, this shows are getting kind of old. It is always the same M.O.

Here is a wish of mine:
Caprica - For a big start and that it is able to life up to BSG, keeping up to his promises and reachs the expectation of the BSG fans. Oh please!
Doctor Who - I don't like the switch to a new Doctor, but I can't wait for the new season. I CAN'T WAIT!!! IT IS KILLING ME!!!!

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Mar 31, 2016 1:23PM EDT

I agree with almost everything here. Flashforward(aside from taking their shows title from a Lost plot device) is an original and interesting idea for a show I hope that the break they took to sure-up the writing helped and they come back with a better handle on how to do it, I would almost be onboard with the idea of just shelving the show until lost is over, then handing the Flashforward regins over to team Darlton; I'd love to see where they could take it.
Chuck is awesome, there really is nothing not to like about it. I hope now that fans have slapped NBC execs in the face hard enough to make them see the good show they have here, Chuck will be a hit and an easy renewal for the peacock.
You may be kind to it, but I do have a deep-seated hatred for everything Idol. It is one of the few things that can be cited as a reason for the downfall of mainstream music in the 2000s. When Idol's 3rd and 4th place losers are outselling actual musicians and long running artists, something is wrong. It is surely responsible for the dumbing down of mainstream fans musicial intelligence. When someone who writes their own lyrics and can actually play an instrument are pushed to the side in favor of runners up on a karaoke reality show...God I hate Idol.I love Better off Ted, I never cared for Parks & Recreation, I always thought where Michael Scott is believably idiotic and unaware, Amy Pohler's character is not. She's sort of like a poor clone that only got half the charm and intelligence and the original. But back to Ted, that show is so much like Arrested Development in that it isn't appreciated enough while its on the air. Like AD, its so intelligently funny and well written its sad people have not tuned in. I hope ABC gives it more time or it finds a new home.
Lost is in my opinion the best written show to ever be on television. I really hope they end it well. I think that the diehard fans how have gone deep down the rabbit-hole and are entrenched in the show's mythology will not be disappointed, but I don't think the end will be satisfiying to the average viewer. My guess for the ending(sort of spoilerish if I'm right so don't read on if you don't want to hear my theory), Is that the infamous numbers have already been confirmed as a countdown of sorts to when the world ends, the purpose of everything is to find a way to change that equation, as the black-clothed guy said at the end of last season to the man in white, it always turns out the same, then the man in white says it only has to happen once. Setting off the explosive at the end of the last season basically restarts everything. I don't know if the plane crashes and everyone is alive again, but Jack's eye opening at the end of last season the same way they showed the show begin sort of forshadows what I'm talking about. The whisphers are either gonna be the people who have died on the island trying to guide the alive ones(as many have already been deciphered and they are warnings by voices of Shannon or Boone etc..Either that or like playing a record backward you may be able to hear words or phrases, its the effect of the island jumping time and voices carrying throw like a skipping record. Thats my theory anyways, I dont think they will disappoint.
I'm with you on the CW's old show's needing to be taken out back and shot in the head, except of Smallville. It did go on for too long there, but then something happend, it got good again. Now that they are dropping the whole smallville angle on it and basically making it a Superman series, this season has been very good. I would be all for another season of Smallville as long as they don't drag their feet and really propel into the Superman or Justice League type storys, that would be cool. But other than Smallville, I don't watch anything on the CW so nothing else would be missed.

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Jan 6, 2010 4:20AM EST

I agree with Lost as well. I have been a fan since the start, but I don't think there is any way that they can please all their fans, someones going to be disappointed, no matter how good the finale is! However, as they decided the ending a long time ago, I hope it isn't something that the fans have guessed.
And with One Tree Hill, I agree also. I used to be a regular viewer, but this last series has not been as good as the last. It is still one of my favorite shows, but whereas usually I can't wait for it to start again, this time I'm not that bothered.

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Jan 6, 2010 7:21AM EST

my only real wish is that if this season really is Supernaturals final season it goes out withy a bang. i would like another season just to see some more winchester action :D

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Jan 6, 2010 8:28AM EST

I love Smallville. I have since it began all those years ago. I spend two hours out of my Saturday morning each week watching it, and then reviewing it. That being said, I cannot help but agree with you. Smallville shocked us all by managing to still turn out episodes that were decent TV, and a lot better than some of the newbie shows. Yet I don't want Smallville to end badly. Whenever a show has a horrific last season it leaves kind of a sour taste in the mouths of all those dedicated fans. Don't get me wrong, I love this current season and love that we've been given the chance to explore Clois, and Clark's final developments into the man in the red cape. Yet for me, the writers have to start thinking towards a proper ending. An ending that doesn't keep getting extended for the purposes of viewing figures, or simply for the laziness of a network of having to find a replacement show. But an ending that does the fans justice and gives us all closure.
I have to disagree with you on one thing though. I am almost ashamed to say it... but I LOVE ANTM! It's a guilty pleasure I must admit. But I still think it's a watch-worthy show and the shallow girly girl in me would die a little inside if it was to go. And another admission I must reveal is I must be one of the few people who actually watches the Law and Orders. Okay not all of them, just SVU and occasionally the original. But I find the courtroom twists fascinating and cannot help tuning in each week. We definitely don't need any more spin off's of the series (and I cannot stand Criminal Intent) but keep the ones we have! Plus not all remakes are bad. Look at V! I personally feel that V was the suspenseful and well written show that Flashforward wishes it was. Remakes do work occasionally, but only when done properly and not when they are simply being done in a lazy attempt to get viewers.
My TV wishes for 2010... Well firstly, I hope for less reality TV. Octomom? John and Kate plus eight? The Real Desperate Housewives? Is it me or have networks started scraping the bottom of the proverbial barrel? I hate lazy TV. And all reality TV is lazy, and cheap. No expensive writers are needed. No special effects. No stunts. A smaller production team. The whole thing is a networks dream. Its like swapping a dollar bill for a hundred dollar bill. Whatever happened to wanting to make quality TV?
Secondly, I would love it if American networks would stop remaking shows from other foreign shows. Kath and Kim is one example (which I won't stop going on about). The original Australian Kath and Kim is HILARIOUS! And it saddens me that America hasn't been able to experience this. Instead they got possibly the worst remade show ever. The whole reason why the original Kath and Kim was funny was because they took the Australian stereotype and made it funny. The American one was never going to have that - and so it didn't give a single laugh. Another remake is Life on Mars. I didn't particularly like the British original and didn't get the hype. Yet I still don't agree with making a US version. Just air the original! Then there was the prime example. The mastermind behind The Office was Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, the former of which played the annoying boss known as David Brent. I'm not saying the US version isn't funny, and Gervais had a fair amount of input into it. But it's as though networks feel the need to translate foreign shows for the US audience. It's silly, and in certain instances (Kath and Kim I mean YOU) it ruins shows, and means audiences miss out on the amazingness of the original show. In Britain, it's rare that we do that to a show. Most big US shows are aired here either on Five, or E4. We get shows from Australia too (my favourite being the long running soap Home and Away). I never hear anyone say, "I just don't get that show. It must be because it is American/Australian/[insert set country here]." Please in the future US networks... Just air the originals!

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Jan 6, 2010 1:25PM EST

great article! my only addition to the above is that castle survives to see at least another season. it's such a fun show, with great banter between the characters and such a refreshingly positive father-daughter relationship. it's currently my second-favorite show (to chuck, of course :-) ), and i watch my fair share of tv...

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Jan 6, 2010 5:13PM EST

Reality TV annoys me so much I know that its much cheaper to produce since you don't have to pay writers and rather than actors you can simply use one of the hundreds of Americans willing to embarrass themselves for five minutes of fame but really I don't understand why people watch itI agree that some of the older shows really need to be given proper endings. don't get me wrong I love Smallville but I would rather that they take a season to wrap everything up and establish clark as superman than stretch things out and wind up getting canceled without an endingI'm really looking forward to Chuck and am curious how they'll deal with Morgans decision to got to Hawaii and become a Chef I just hope that they can find a way to keep him without squashing his dreamsI have to second tvseekers Doctor who request I loved David Tennent but I really hope that people will give the 11th a chance I know that most of the new generation(myself included) finds the change a difficult adjustment but I have faith that it will be well done and I adore Steven Mofatts writing so I have trust that transitionAll and all I'm looking forward to the new year

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Jan 6, 2010 6:27PM EST

Yeah, American Idol has to go down a peg and I think even though CW wants to focus on doing dramas they should at least let go of some of the older shows like One Tree Hill and Smallville and come up with new concepts. Plus I really want to know what happens in the remaining two episoded of Eastwick.
My Personal Wish:That Glee comes back earlier than April!!!

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Jan 6, 2010 10:21PM EST

May i ask who is this Rachel and why is her opinion being so aggrandized to the point that this is the first thing seen on the homepage?Some of those CW shows you mention are the only reason why people even remember the CW exists. Smallville is still a top notch Show and its ratings have been great and increasing. While I hope the writers have a organized plot for the remainder of the season, I completely disagree with you Rachel that this show should be completely removed and canceled. And the fact that Smallville is producing a movie, canceling the show would be a mistake .One can argue that One Tree Hill and/or America's next top model should be canceled, however, One tree hill has become such a solid hit for the Cw that keeping it around with more new episodes could prove successful
I hope people read this and realize that just Rachel's opinions are only that, opinions, and that the size and appeal this site has given to her opinion doesn't sway any of you readers into thinking her opinions are facts.

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Jan 7, 2010 12:30AM EST

as for the CW "freeing up space" for new shows by cancelling smallville and the other two, do you not remember what happened to all the shows they launched this season? melrose place and the beautiful life were both brutal. so maybe they should milk their successful shows for another season and give the fans a little closure. because its not like they have any better shows to fill their time slots.

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Jan 7, 2010 1:48AM EST

This was a great Top 10. I'm in agreement with most of it. American Idol sooo needs to go. Holy crap,it's about time! I'm a total Chuck fanatic and I hope that show finally does get proper recognition and comes back for a few more seasons.
Better Off Ted..I'm speechless...I can't believe it's being canceled;this show is genius. I need time to get over this one... :(
Eastwick will also be missed. It wasn't that bad.

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Jan 7, 2010 2:02AM EST

FlashForward - looked very good but then died out. lost my intrest very quickly.
Chuck - from the first episode to the amazing season 2 finale, i love it. i am one of those fans that went to all the websites to promote it and still do to my friends. its a great show and i hope it continues.
American Idol - best part of this is the screw ups and the laughs i get then i stop watching once the good people are chosen.
Better Off Ted - never seen an episode.
Parks & Recreation - seems like the office to me.
Lost - i think up to season 3 this show was amazing. then they killed off a couple of my favorite characters. the show lost its value, and now its becoming like prison break where they are prolonging the inevitable end, rap it up and make a killer last season.
Smallville - i still love this show, how can you not love a superman tv series. however it is getting kinda old and there is only so much you can do with this story.One Tree Hill - first season was hilarious and amazing it made me stick to the show and season 2 with the whole shooting and murder, but then it got lame with marriage and blah.
and America's Next Top Model - awful show, sorry to anyone who watches it, but tyra annoys me and so does everyone else on it.

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Jan 7, 2010 4:12AM EST

I agree with you on Smallville ending its run, it has getting to nearly a decade at the top and I don't think Tom will be able to pull off the character as a pensioner at all.
Maybe it is time for one last season where he is the true Superman and let it go on a high, not simply drag it out forever or end it with loads of plot lines still all over the place.
I am with ak10 above, if they actually get on with it and actually accept that Smallville:the teen years has ended and reinvent it to Smallville:The Adult Years it could be good again.
Or simply make the Allison Mack show, that works too :D

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Jan 7, 2010 10:46AM EST

Hi,I love Smallville since I saw the first episode on TV. In General I'm a total Superman-Fan. I still have to agree with ending it. I mean Smallville was supposed to show the youth of superman and how he struggles to develop and control his power. So the storyline should have stopped when Clark Kent left High School, becomes a reporter at the daily planet, falls in love with Lois. Meets Jimmy Olsen. and of course starts wearing a cape. Dont get me wrong (I loved the last seasons anyway) I'm just saying that they are much to far in the storyline to still call the show Smallville. The only thing missing in the show (what is expected to happen in Superman) is the red cape and that will never happen (I think it's in the contract of Tom Welling that he doesn't have to wear tights ore something like that...) .... so whats the point to expand and stretch the story so nothing good is left?Anyway I will continue to watch ( and if its just for the Fact that Tom Welling looks so hot in a suit! =) )
About ONE TREE HILL.... I used to ADORE this show. Ma passion kinda slowed down during the last season. And after the fairytale season Finale I stopped watching it. What's the point? All Characters got what we were hoping for them from the beginning... Why messing the storyline up again when everything ended so perfect?
My 2010 wishes?
hmmm... I used to love scrubs!!! I just loved its humor and the characters.... But since the show finished and restarted again on a diffrent network its.... just not the same....J.D and the Genator were the heart of the show (well maybe Turk too) With both gone.... its kinda wierd.... also the humor is not the same. It kinda looks like the writers try really hard to get the same humor... but just fail....And the thing with the security guards? What's up with that? Are they supposed to replace the genator? Because I've never seen such lame characters than those two idiots in a tv show before (Soaps excluded)....SO for my wish.... I wish the show gets either its old edge back or gets cancelled....
Then... I really wish more people would watch CougarTown... I absolutly LOVE this show. it has the edgy humor I miss in scrubs (the storyline is diffrent tho)... I would really hate if It got cancelled...
So....AnywayI wish everyone a happy new Year.... =)

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Jan 7, 2010 2:09PM EST

as you wrote, and i quote " I know that each of these shows has their own collective of fans that will tell me to 'go to hell' for this wish, but it's undeniable that Smallville, One Tree Hill and America's Next Top Model are all getting old."
my kind sir, I have been a fan of Smallville since the beginning, and i can say that it has not gotten old. I mean, to be honest here, there have been some rough spots, but i think the show could have more potential than it's letting out. on another note, yes One tree Hill died in my mine after season 6 when Lucas and Peyton went away. I have never been a top model fan, and i say this with happiness, because although i dress well, i don't like fashion.

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Jan 7, 2010 9:07PM EST

Oh come on people, whats tv without a superman tv series. I have be following samllville seens it's frist episode and let me tell you the show is great. It's point less for networks to just replace good shows to try and keep things new all the time, characters need time to develop. Thou i do think that after nine series and the boy sit can't fly is kind of over doing it but at least now with this new season the real story of superman is starting to shade some light and is very interseting. So i say long live Superman. Plus Tom is hot!!!.

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Jan 7, 2010 9:18PM EST

nice job!

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Jan 7, 2010 9:52PM EST

yeah ur right man, go to hell. Smallville and one tree hill are brilliant shows , 2 of my favourite infact, smallville being my favourite. Been watchin these shows since they started and to see them cancelled would be shockin and the worst way to end a run of 8-9 seasons. theres plenty of shows out there that u havn't watched im sure, unless ur some loser. watch them instead of selecting shows to be cancelled u dont like. and when they finish they'll probably put up other shows and ya still probably won't watch them either and want them to be cancelled. want a tv show to ur liking, then make one. put it on air and bet ya it will be cancelled.lol.hahaha

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Jan 8, 2010 1:09AM EST

my wish for 2010 is that chuck becomes a huge hit. in my opinion it is one of the best shows currently on tv.

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Jan 8, 2010 8:05PM EST

I got into Chuck..American Idol I only watch the tryouts because they are funny..the CW did have Reaper which I thought was a pretty good show..Which sucked cause they cancelled it. Like to watch NCIS, Criminal Minds and Supernatural. Never got into Smallville or One tree hill. The show that ABC family should have kept was Kyle XY. That was one of their best shows. They just left the show with a cliffhanger and it kills me. I like watching reruns of Americas next top model. but them wasting money to do another one is pointless..

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Feb 11, 2010 9:42PM EST

I agree with One Tree Hill and Smallville needing to end, they've gone on long enough. Especially Smallville since Annette O'Toole is reprising her role on one of the last episodes, but who knows, they'll probably through in a damned tenth season.
Also, the CW should do right by Supernatural and let the creator end it the way he intended to do. Besides, they've got up and coming show Vampire Diaries to reign in their money.

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