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'Saving Grace' Series Finale: What Did You Think?

Grace Hanadarko's journey ended as Saving Grace aired its last episodes tonight -- and man, they really meant it when they said it's the end, didn't they? (I've got spoilers after this paragraph, so avoid if you haven't seen the episode!) For those who were expecting to see a happy ending for Grace, well, there's nothing to wait for. Her journey went full circle as the series ended, with her finally vanquishing one evil in Baltimore, even if it means losing her life. Yes, Grace is dead, and there are a lot of ways to look at it. Did evil prevail? I don't think so -- Grace was finally willing to take that one last step, and her mission in this world is fulfilled. It's like all this was a preparation for her ultimate battle. She may have passed trying to prevent another Oklahoma City bombing of sorts, but better one casualty (at least) than many more, right? Of course, it would've been nice to see a new-and-improved version of her take on the bad guys in Oklahoma. But the way we got there -- Earl's involvement in her sister's death many years ago? You might say that being his plan all along is evil in itself, but there are things that we cannot just comprehend. The way Saving Grace ended may be sudden, but I bet we'll see things more clearly after a couple of days of reflection. What did you think of Saving Grace's series finale? Did you like the ending? Were you hoping for a happier one, or is this just what you expected? Source Here

'Saving Grace' finale: Calling all angels

Last night’s two-hour Saving Grace finale tried to bring the series to a satisfying end, but it played out a bit rushed, ungraceful, and overly final. Still, there are things I loved about the show and will absolutely miss, namely Holly Hunter - and especially Hunter and Laura San Giacomo together. Grace sometimes struggled with larger arcs - wait, how was Earl involved in Grace’s sister’s death? - but it always seemed to get relationships just right, particularly Grace and Rhetta. The wine-swilling childhood BFFs gave the show its central love story, and even Grace’s supernatural quest for spiritual redemption (or at least identity) couldn’t hold a candle to the vitality of that relationship. I would have watched Saving Grace if it were just a cop show, totally absent any kind of religious storytelling. Are you mourning Saving Grace, PopWatchers? In the great guardian angels of all time, does Earl rank above, say, Clarence? Source Here

SAVING GRACE "You Think I'm Gonna Eat My Gun?" Season 3 Episode 17 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the new episode of SAVING GRACE titled "You Think I'm Gonna Eat My Gun?" Season 3 Episode 17 airing Monday June 14 2010 at 10pm on TNT. Episode Synopsis: Grace is consumed with feelings of guilt after a tragic event. Meanwhile, the squad, investigates a highly charged case involving a beheading. And Capt. Perry makes a big announcement. Source & Preview

SAVING GRACE "Loose Men in Tight Jeans" Season 3 Episode 6 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the new episode of SAVING GRACE titled "Loose Men in Tight Jeans" Season 3 Episode 16 airing Monday June 7 2010 at 10pm on TNT. Episode Synopsis: Grace struggles with the burden being placed on her, especially after the family members of a dead rodeo rider bring his body to Grace's house, hopeful that the "Angel Cop" will be able to find out how he died. Capt. Perry faces a big life change that has her on edge. And Rhetta and Ronnie get help communicating with each other from Grace's brother, Johnny. Source & Preview

SAVING GRACE "So Help You God" Season 3 Episode 15 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the new episode of SAVING GRACE titled "So Help You God" Season 3 Episode 15 airing Monday May 31 2010 at 10pm on TNT. Episode Synopsis: Grace is forced to answer for herself and face the judgment of a higher court for her life's deeds. But with Earl on her side, she may have a shot at beating the system. Source & Preview

Holly Hunter Talks About Final Season of 'Saving Grace'

It's the final season for Grace Hanadarko (Holly Hunter) and last chance angel Earl (Leon Rippy) on Saving Grace. After a 12-story fall that left her with nary a scratch on last season's closer, Grace starts to contemplate the purpose of her life and its potential divine purpose. Saving Grace is airing its last nine episodes beginning in the March 29 opener as its fourth and final season. Despite high ratings, the TNT series was canceled in August last year on account of disappointing overseas and DVD sales. TNT had originally ordered a split 15-episode third season. After airing three episodes, Saving Grace is taking a month and a half break, set to return on May 24 with its final six episodes. The season 3 fall, Hunter tells TV Guide, puts Grace in a "brand-new terrain with questions that have now become demands." "Grace answers those demands in a really kind of an extreme way, which is how she normally confronts issues. Grace really goes on a journey, in many ways very much alone. The singularity of her journey very much takes shape in this last season." The journey on the opener took Grace to church in one of the episode's most memorable scenes. Says Saving Grace creator and executive producer Nancy Miller, the last season is all about whether Grace will follow Earl's advice. "The entire series, in a way, has been a love story between Grace and Earl, and that love story plays out and deepens," she says. "We find out even more of Earl's limitations. He is a messenger for God, humans have free will and there's only so much that he can do for Grace." Source Here

SAVING GRACE "You Can't Save Them All, Grace" Season 3 Episode 13 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the new episode of SAVING GRACE titled "You Can't Save Them All, Grace" Season 3 Episode 13 airing Monday April 12 2009 at 10pm on TNT. Episode Synopsis: Grace tries to find out if a childhood friend is really guilty of killing her husband. But the friend isn't interested in Grace's help, which is hard for Grace to accept. The squad investigates the disappearance of a young woman with brain damage. And Grace begins to wonder if Earl has been watching over her since she was a girl Source & Preview

SAVING GRACE "Hear The Birds" Season 3 Episode 12 GRACE - Preview

Watch a sneak peek of the new episode of SAVING GRACE titled "Hear The Birds" Season 3 Episode 12 airing Monday April 5 2009 at 10pm on TNT. Episode Synopsis: As Grace deals with the aftermath of her dramatic fall from a building with Neely, she also struggles with the impending death of her grandfather, GeePaw (guest star August Schellenberg). Meanwhile the squad investigates a double homicide involving a water dispute between two ranchers, and Rhetta discovers a secret about her daughter. Source & Preview

Saving Grace: Get Ready for Grace's Final Showdown with God

At the beginning of Saving Grace's final season, Grace Hanadarko's secret is out. For three seasons, the heavy-drinking and promiscuous Grace (Holly Hunter) has been under the watchful eye of her "last-chance" angel, Earl (Leon Rippy), who wants Grace to give her life over to God. After surviving a 12-story fall without a scratch in the Season 3 finale, Grace has her share of questions, including one she must ask herself: Does my life have a divine purpose? "That fall puts Grace in brand-new terrain with questions that have now become demands," Hunter tells us. "Grace answers those demands in a really kind of an extreme way, which is how she normally confronts issues. Grace really goes on a journey, in many ways very much alone. The singularity of her journey very much takes shape in this last season." Of course, Grace has never been prone to blind faith, and that will not change, creator and executive producer Nancy Miller says. "It's one thing to believe in something; it's another thing to act on it," she says. "She fell 12 stories and walked away without a scratch. That's just not possible. Now what do you do with that?" To Read More Click Here .

Tonight's TV Hot List: Monday, March 29, 2010

* Saving Grace (2007) (10/9c TNT ) Following a seven-month layoff, the unflinching series' third and final season resumes, and so does hard-living Grace's prickly path toward her spiritual destiny. In the first of nine final episodes, Grace - who's now been given the moniker "Angel Cop" - deals with the impact of plummeting from a building with Neely. In due time, she'll also happen upon an enigmatic stranger (Gordon MacDonald). Meanwhile, familial divisions are the result when Ham dates his late brother's widow; and Grace and her crime crew probe a fatal attack by a dog. * 10 Things I Hate About You (8/7c ABC Family) This teen comedy had a successful run last summer, and now it returns with new episodes for the spring. Picking up where things left off, the Stratford sisters finds themselves in sticky predicaments: Kat is suspended after taking a stand, so she now needs to sneak into school in order to take an important test; and Bianca kissed Joey, so she now needs to prevent Chastity from seeing a surveillance video of that kiss. * Chuck (8/7c NBC) The espionage barrage continues when flash-master Chuck, budding spy though he is, has the honor of picking the finest CIA agents for an undercover mission. But he considers only one very special superspy - the (hushed) love of his life, Sarah. Enter best bud Morgan and best bro-in-law Awesome - both of whom are now aware of Chuck's secret spy life - who try to help him win her back. Casey's at the bat, too: The grumbling veteran spy also steps up to the plate to help, but probably with eye-rolling exasperation. Will Chuck sizzle or fizzle in the Sarah department? Brandon Routh recurs as steely spy Daniel Shaw. * The United States of Tara (10:30/9:30c Showtime ) Things are in a state of confusion and uncertainty, and love is most definitely in the air. Buck's one-night stand with bartender Pammy (Joey Lauren Adams) may actually lead to another round if Tara will let him have the body for a few hours. Recently engaged Charmaine wants to move out of her place with Nick and in with the Gregsons so that she can "revirginate" herself. Marshall, still unsure of his sexual identity, muddies things even further by buddying up with a new pal - a sweetheart of a young lady (Zosia Mamet). * RuPaul's Drag Race (9/8c Logo) RuPaul has whittled the field down to Jujubee, Pandora, Tyra, Tatianna and Raven (hasta luego, Jessica), and now this glam quintet must take five older guys and turn them into drag queens - make that drag-queen mothers. Debbie Reynolds, Cloris Leachman and NYX Cosmetics founder Toni Ko are the guest judges. Source Here
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