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Smallville Season 11 Comic Book Features Impulse and Expands its Universe

As the Smallville Season 11 comic book begins its third arc the story is about to speed up — literally. Clark Kent's old friend and teammate Bart Allen, aka the lightning-fast hero Impulse, makes his debut in the digital series in this Friday's chapter. And DC Comics has plans to expand the series, a top-selling title in both digital and print. //www.tvguide.com/News/Smallville-Season-11-Comic-Book-1057735.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Smallville's' Erica Durance books Canadian pilot

We're still basking in the afterglow of the phenomenal "Smallville" finale, but its stars are moving on. Erica Durance, who played Lois Lane on seven seasons of "Smallville," has booked a new pilot. The Alberta native is sticking with her Canadian roots to work on "Saving Hope," a CTV pilot.Scheduled to begin production June 22, "Saving Hope" comes from executive producer Ilana Frank, who is at the helm of "Rookie Blue," a Toronto-based cop drama that has crossed over to American audiences on ABC.CTV's official description is below. "SAVING HOPE centers on young, idealistic neonatal doctor Alyse Joy and her rival and one-time lover, flashy cancer surgeon Joel Gottlieb, as they take on the fundamental questions that define medicine today. Who gets to live, who gets to die, and why? The story goes into uncharted territory when the charismatic, inspiring and golden-tongued Chief of Surgery, Harris Coles, becomes a patient. Comatose, locked-in and unable to... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/06/smallvilles-erica-durance-books-canadian-pilot.html

Clark Finally Dons the Superman Costume in the 'Smallville' Series Finale (VIDEO)

Fans of 'Smallville' (Fri., 8PM ET on The CW) have waited ten years for Clark Kent to don the classic blue-and-red costume. The creators had promised that their version of Clark would never fly, or wear the costume. But, perhaps when they said that they didn't expect the show to run for a decade. Nevertheless, Clark finally got over his insecurities and learned to embrace both sides of his heritage. As such, Jor-El presented him with the classic Superman costume while Darkseid helped him realize his ability to fly. //www.tvsquad.com/2011/05/16/clark-superman-costume-smallville-series-finale-video/

TV Ratings: 'Blue Bloods,' 'CSI: NY' lead Friday; 'Smallville' finale boosts CW

Fast National ratings for Friday, May 13, 2011 CBS held on strong all evening with help from   "CSI: New York"   and the cop drama   "Blue Bloods,"   which pulled in 11.4 million viewers. The CW enjoyed a bit of a boost from last weeks ratings with the "Smallville"   series finale.   CBS averaged 9.7 million viewers and a 6.1 rating/11 share in households to win the night. NBC was next in line with 4.8 million, 3.3/6, followed by ABC at 4.4 million, 2.8/5. FOX was fourth at 3.5 million, 2.1/4 and the CW put up an impressive 2.97 million, 1.8/3. CBS led the 18-49 demo with a 1.5, with FOX on their heels at 1.4. ABC and the CW tied for third at 1.3 and NBC trailed behind with 1.1.   Read More... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/tv-ratings-blue-bloods-csi-ny-lead-friday-smallville-finale-boosts-cw.html

'Smallville' finale: Read Clark's and Lois's wedding vows

Note: The following article contains spoilers for the two-hour series finale of "Smallville." If you haven't seen it yet and intend to, feel free to go read something else. We won't be offended!"Smallville" fans have been anticipating Lois and Clark's wedding for most of the final season -- but we never actually saw them say "I do" in Friday night's season-ending television event, titled simply, "Finale." Unfortunately, when you're a superhero, saving the world trumps even your own wedding.Luckily, we did get the chance to hear both Lois (Erica Durance) and Clark (Tom Welling) say their vows, which was incredibly special, particularly because without those vows, our destined duo may never have actually made it to the altar. (We'll just ignore the part where it takes them at least seven years to get there.)Clark is, as always, confident in his feelings for Lois. His vows are as follows. "I, Clark Kent, take you, Lois Lane,... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/smallville-finale-read-clarks-and-loiss-wedding-vows.html

'Smallville': Tom Welling, Erica Durance, and castmates move past the finale

If it's hard for us to imagine Tom Welling not returning to the Vancouver set of "Smallville" this summer, we're sure that Welling himself is having quite a time making plans that don't involve Clark Kent. We're sure that after tonight's two-hour series finale, you're wondering what's next for your favorite "Smallville" actors - so here are your answers.As of right now, Cassidy Freeman is the only "Smallville" regular who has booked a potential TV gig for the upcoming season, in A&E's "Longmire" alongside "Battlestar Galactica's" Katee Sackhoff. "It's about a Sheriff in Wyoming, and I play the Sheriff's daughter," Freeman tells us. "She's very different from Tess. She's a bit younger, which is really fun, because I always felt like I was much younger than Tess in real life. I had to put on the heels with Tess, the mommy shoes. That Tess Mercer was very mature, with her makeup and her high heels.... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/smallville-tom-welling-erica-durance-and-castmates-move-past-the-finale.html

Smallville Series Finale: The Cast Reminisces (Video Interviews)

Tonight, a decade-long show is coming to an end.  The CW will be sending  Smallville  out in style with a two hour long series finale.  Several fan favorite guest stars will be returning for the episode, including Michael Rosenbaum as Lex Luthor (who hasn't been on the show for three years), Allison Mack as Chloe, John Glover as Lionel Luthor and Annette O’Toole and John Schneider as Martha and Jonathan Kent. We've posted a lot of material leading up to the Smallville  series finale tonight, including promo photos of Lex's return and Clark and Lois' wedding ( here  and  here ),  a trailer  and a  short sneak peek . Read More.... //tvovermind.zap2it.com/thecw/smallville/smallville-series-finale-video-interviews/58566?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+tvovermind%2Ftvnews+%28TVOvermind+Television+News%29&utm_content=Google+Reader

SMALLVILLE Series Finale - Preview

Tonight, Smallville  comes to an end after ten very intense seasons. This series  finale has a lot of spoilers and speculations  abounding on it so we hope that the final episode does live up to everyone’s high expectations. Episode Synopsis:  SMALLVILLE "Finale" Season 10 Episode 22 – The story  of Clark Kent  (Tom Welling) culminates in this epic two-hour series finale as Clark takes the last step to becoming the Man of Steel. With surprise guest appearances, nods to the first few seasons of the series  and Michael Rosenbaum’s return as Lex Luthor, this final episode wraps up a decade-long story following one’s man’s journey to becoming the world’s greatest superhero. Erica Durance, Allison  Mack, Justin Hartley, Cassidy Freeman, John Glover, Annette O’Toole and John Schneider also star. Kevin Fair directed "Finale Part 1," which was written by Al Septien & Turi Meyer (#3X6022) and Greg Beeman directed "Finale Part 2," written by Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders. Read More...

'Smallville' Showrunners Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders Weigh In on the Series Finale

It's the end of an era. A decade-long journey reaches its conclusion tonight, and as one door closes on Clark Kent, farm boy, high schooler, "The Blur," another opens to reveal a much larger destiny: The birth of Superman. To say that expectations are high would be an understatement, and executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders seem well aware that they have a lot of fans to please with the 'Smallville' series finale. While it's impossible to satisfy everyone, it's clear that no one involved in the creative process of producing 'Smallville' takes this ending lightly, and as emotional as tonight's episode may be, I believe it will also be a fitting climax for one of TV's most enduring genre shows. AOL TV caught up with Souders and Peterson this week to discuss the challenges of writing such an eagerly anticipated finale, and what fans can expect from tonight's episode. Because I know that some fans are trying to avoid spoilers and others are desperate for clues, I've split the interview into two parts: spoiler-free at the top, and spoilers at the bottom -- so feel free to join us after the jump to preview the finale! //www.tvsquad.com/2011/05/13/smallville-showrunners-brian-peterson-kelly-souders-series-finale-interview/

From Clark Kent to Superman: A Look Back at 10 Years of Smallville

Smallville started with a story known 'round the world: An alien crash-lands on Earth, where he's found by a couple who have been desperate, but unable to have a child. Little did they know that the child they would adopt as their own would become a superhero and the world's savior. But first, he'd have to get through high school, the heartache of losing his first love, and 150 or so power-hungry bad guys. Over its 10-year run, Smallville explored the growing pains of the human, not-so-super side of Clark Kent (Tom Welling), while tipping its hat to his future greatness. Executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders talk to TVGuide.com about his journey from awkward teen to Superman. It all began with giving the future do-gooder some flaws...  //www.tvguide.com/News/Smallville-Series-Finale-1033026.aspx?rss=breakingnews