Will DSM, Daisies and Stone Have Satisfying Endings?


We already know that they're canceled.


I've passed the denial phase and now lay somewhere between anger and bargaining (see 5 Stages of Grief).


What's to bargain? Dear ABC, please please please give us the satisfaction of a conclusive ending to each of these series.


So will we get it?


From Ask Ausiello:

Question: I'm still deeply in mourning over Pushing Daisies. But in all the worry about Daisies, I haven't seen anything anywhere on my other two dearly departed ABC shows. Any word on whether Dirty Sexy Money or Eli Stone's final episodes will provide any closure? Three of my favorite shows being dropped mid-storyline would be too much to bear.

Ausiello: Good news. Unlike Daisies, DSM and Eli had the time and money to produce what an ABC insider describes as "satisfying series endings." DSM will finally answer the question, "Who whacked Dutch?" (brace yourself for a killer twist), while Eli wraps with what my source describes as a "powerful scene between Eli and his father."


So...it's sounding like 2 for 3. Is this any consolation for you fans?

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Dec 5, 2008 8:06PM EST

No, it isn't.

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Dec 5, 2008 8:26PM EST

I'm still in denial on all of these shows' cancellations, but for Pushing Daisies by far the most. I'll be happy enough if Eli Stone and Dirty Sexy Money give us some conclusions to the main storylines, but it doesn't sound like Daisies will be all that satisfying of a wrap-up which is really unfortunate. I think all of these shows could have gone on to have many more excellent seasons, but I'm most disappointed to not see more Daisies since it's so much more than the stories I'll miss, but the wonderfully endearing characters in my life as well as the beauty of the show with its colors and unique fairytale qualities... sigh!

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Dec 5, 2008 8:45PM EST

I agree with kendra so much. I only watch Daisies out of the three so it stinks that it is not getting any sort of conclusion. I love how after an episode is over and I'll start watching something else and I notice how often people touch and make that physical connection which Chuck and the Pie Maker cannot.

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Dec 6, 2008 4:59PM EST

SPAMMERS SHOULD DIE,not Pushing Daisies.
(hear me weeping backstage)

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Dec 7, 2008 10:16AM EST

I'm with everyone else on this matter. Of the three, Daisies is the only one I watch, so I could honestly care less that the other two get "satisfactory" endings. I suppose I am the first three stages all wrapped into one: No, Pushing Daisies cannot be cancelled; it has too much of a fanbase... D*mnit! This CANNOT be happening; it's not fair! PD is the most original show on the air at the moment; why cancel such a gem!?!?!?!?!? ... and the third stage: Well, at least move it to a different network or switch it to a different night (you bastards at ABC)!!!!
so yeah. but that's just me.

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Dec 17, 2008 9:40PM EST

ABC seems to be attempting to make me leave their network. First, boston legal ends T.T, then Carpoolers, now Eli stone and Pushing Daisies. Seriously ABC, after Eli Stone, I will hate you for the rest of my life. ugh

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Dec 18, 2008 12:18AM EST

It was recently announced by Michael Ausiello that Bryan Fuller was able to alter the last episode of "Daisies" in post-production so that the show would have a proper ending that is satisfying to fans of the show.

Still utterly depressed over this show getting the axe (especially since this season has been nothing short of phenomenal) but at least that's some good news.

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