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Justin Hartley (ex-Oliver) talks about getting shirtless, on "Access Hollywood."

Here's an interview with Justin Hartley (ex-Oliver) from the current April issue of Watch! Magazine. In the article, Hartley discusses playing one of daytime’s favorite demons, his 11-year old daughter and dating a fellow soap-star.

Interview with Kyle Gallner (Bart Allen/Impuse) 3/10/16 

Tom Welling's Divorce Is Final

Where Is Tom Welling today?

Today's Batman and Superman Are Screen Heroes with Super Bods

Interview with Laura Vandervoort and her co-stars of "Bitten" on Syfy 2/8/16 - She talks about playing Supergirl and guest-starring on the new "Supergirl" series!

Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar have created a new show called "Into the Badlands" on AMC. It's nothing like Smallville, but it's very good. In a post-apocalyptic world,  a warrior and a young boy who journey through a dangerous feudal land together seeking enlightenment.

Interview with Laura Vandervoort (Kara) about her show "Bitten" on Syfy 4/6/15

First look at the new Supergirl (new series on Netflix)

Great article about John Schneider!

If you like superhero shows, you might like this new FOX show "Gotham": Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue, Robin Lord Taylor, Zabryna Guevara, Sean Pertwee and Erin Richards will star in this show that explores the origin stories of Commissioner James Gordon and the villains who made Gotham City famous. Gordon is still a detective with the Gotham City Police Department and has yet to meet Batman.

Also new, "The Flash", a spin-off from "Arrow". More great DC shows!

January 8 -Kristin Kreuk won a "People's Choice Award" for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress!

Vote for Kristen Kreuk (Lana) for a People's Choice Award! You can vote over and over, so please do!

Rizzoli & Isles' star Lee Thompson Young dead at 29 (Young played Victor/Cyborg on Smallville) Statement from TNT, Warner Bros. and Rizzoli & Isles Executive Producer Janet Tamaro
"Everyone at Rizzoli & Isles is devastated by the news of the passing of Lee Thompson Young. We are beyond heartbroken at the loss of this sweet, gentle, good-hearted, intelligent man. He was truly a member of our family. Lee will be cherished and remembered by all who knew and loved him, both on- and offscreen, for his positive energy, infectious smile and soulful grace. We send our deepest condolences and thoughts to his family, to his friends and, most especially, to his beloved mother."

Our interview with Helen Slater (Lara-El) 6/5/13

First ‘Man of Steel’ TV Spot and New Synopsis – Superman Begins

Warner Bros. Asks Court to End Superman Litigation Over Alleged Lawy

Superman Heirs And Warner Bros Attorneys Swap More Nasty Allegations

Hot Fall Preview Video: Arrow Aims for Justice (and Rock-Hard Abs)  

New WONDER WOMAN TV Series Reportedly in Development at CW 

Interview with Laura Vandervoort (Kara)


Pictures by Lisa S.: John Schneider (Jonathan) did a special charity presentation at the Daytime Emmys 2011

Al Gough Sizes Up SMALLVILLE Finale, Michael Rosenbaum's Bid to Be ANGELS' Charlie http://t.co/wRsGeQX


Prepare for the SMALLVILLE Series Finale! Relive each heroic moment by downloading the series now on iTunes To celebrate Warner Bros, Digital Distribution is giving fans the chance to get FREE Downloads of all 10 season premieres in HD and discounts on seasons 1-9, now for a limited time on iTunes clip from the Final Season

FIRST WAVE OF “TEEN CHOICE 2011” NOMINEES ANNOUNCED
“The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and GLEE Lead Film and TV Categories with Most Nominations; Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez Lead Top Artist Categories
Special Airs Sunday, August 7, LIVE on FOX
TEEN CHOICE 2011 will celebrate the hottest teen icons in film, television, music, sports and fashion in the choicest, star-studded two-hour event airing live Sunday, Aug. 7 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX. “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” leads the TEEN CHOICE 2011 nominees with 12 nominations, and GLEE has nine nominations. In addition, “The Vampire Diaries” has seven nominations, while “The Hangover Part II,” Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez each earned six nominations.
Fans ages 13-19 can vote once each day per category for their favorite TEEN CHOICE 2011 nominees at http://www.teenchoiceawards.com. Performers, presenters and additional nominees will be announced soon.
“Smallville” is nominated for Choice TV Show: Fantasy/Sci-Fi. Tom Welling is nominated for Choice TV Actor: Fantasy/Sci-Fi, and Erica Durance is nominated for Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi.

Michael Rosenbaum Recalls His Favorite Moments http://t.co/r3K7lzL

Michael Rosenbaum Talks About BREAKING Back Into Comedy and Regaining His Lex Appeal on SMALLVILLE. http://bit.ly/ibarmY 

Eight Reasons Why This Week's SMALLVILLE Is Golden. http://bit.ly/dJL4n5

Ratings: SMALLVILLE Pilot Repeats Well. http://bit.ly/dH7ob8

SMALLVILLE Vets Flash Back to the Pilot: Who Was Nervous? Who Found the Experience Daunting? http://bit.ly/fzqIqD

Kristin Kreuk Clears the Air On Her SMALLVILLE Status: 'Lana's Story Is Done' http://bit.ly/dYmQGz

MICHAEL ROSENBAUM RETURNS AS LEX LUTHOR FOR THE SMALLVILLE SERIES FINALE
Michael Rosenbaum will reprise his role as Lex Luthor in the series finale of SMALLVILLE on Friday, May 13 (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET.)
"I'm delighted to return for the series finale," says Rosenbaum. "I'm simply doing it for all of the fans out there who made SMALLVILLE the great success it is. I appreciate all of their passion, their relentlessness and even their threats. Ha ha. I can't wait to hug the old crew back in Vancouver one last time and see all of my old friends once again. Oh, and for Lex to become the badass he's destined to be."
Executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders added, "It feels like the stars are aligning, literally. We couldn't be more excited about having Michael back. And as far as the way he returns, there'll be no doubt about how Lex becomes the great rival in Clark Kent's life. He is the villain of the story."
Rosenbaum exited at the end of season seven after Lex confronted Clark (Tom Welling) in the Fortress of Solitude. Years of secrets came to a head as Clark's former friend finally discovered the truth about Clark's alien heritage. The rivalry between the two culminated into a final showdown and crumbled, literally, under an icy avalanche as the Fortress fell. Lex's body was never found. Now, Lex has risen from the ashes to fulfill his place in destiny as Clark Kent's greatest nemesis.
SMALLVILLE was developed for television by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar ("Shanghai Noon," "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor"), based on the DC Comics characters. Kelly Souders & Brian Peterson serve as executive producers, along with James Marshall, Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins, Joe Davola and Tom Welling. The series is produced by Tollin/Robbins Productions, Millar/Gough Ink and Warner Bros. Television. SUPERMAN was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

The CW has announced that Smallville's series finale will be a two-hour episode which will air Friday, May 13th. Here's how The CW describes the finale:
The story of a young Clark Kent (Tom Welling) and his journey to become the Man of Steel has captivated audiences for a decade. This final season, Clark attempts to find a balance between saving the world, which becomes even more difficult as the Vigilante Registration Act separates a nation, and spending time with his new fiancée Lois Lane (Erica Durance). Whether it’s donning glasses as a disguise, changing in a phone booth or learning how to fly, this season has put Clark closer to his destiny than ever before. Taking on Darkseid and battling the darkest of his demons, this two-hour event will send Clark soaring towards his birthright to secure his place in history as the world’s greatest protector.
Supernatural's season finale will air as a two-hour episode the following week, on May 20th. You can find The CW's press release announcing Smallville's season finale here:
LINK

James Marsters Weds

New 'SUPERMAN' is cast: 'Tudors' ' Henry Cavill is your big-screen Man of Steel  

"SMALLVILLE" LAUNCHES THE "BELIEVE IN HEROES" CHALLENGE, OFFERING FANS A CHANCE TO APPEAR IN THE 'BEACON' EPISODE ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4
Viewers Can Upload Video Testimonials to CWTV.com from Friday, December 10, Through Monday, December 20, for an Opportunity to Appear in the Episode
Twitter Pitch: #Smallville Believe in Heroes Challenge gives fans the chance to appear in Feb 4 ep. Click here for more details: http://bit.ly/fwuU4k 
BURBANK, Calif. (December 10, 2010) - Do you believe in heroes? If so, The CW's hit series "Smallville" (Fridays, 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT) wants to hear from you. Fans of "Smallville," from Warner Bros. Television, will have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to appear in an upcoming episode of the 10th and final season via the "Smallville:" Believe in Heroes Challenge, a 10-day promotion running from Friday, December 10-Monday, December 20, on CWTV.com.
* In the episode "Beacon," to be broadcast on Friday, February 4, Clark (series star Tom Welling) is at an emotional crossroads, with Metropolis divided by a clash between supporters of the government's Vigilante Registration Act and opposing rallies to generate support for indispensable heroes like The Blur.
* Clark's friends assure him that he is, indeed, making a difference in his crime-fighting role as The Blur, and to prove their point, they show him videos from the Internet in which ordinary citizens express what The Blur means to them, what it means to be a hero - and what it means to have heroes and believe in them. One of these videos could be yours!
* And this is where "Smallville" fans come in!
Here's how it works:
* Beginning Friday, December 10, at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time, and continuing through Monday, December 20, at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time, "Smallville" fans can submit their own video testimonial as one of these hopeful citizens by uploading videos to The CW's official website at http://www.cwtv.com/smallville
* In these videos, viewers - speaking in character as impassioned citizens of Metropolis and around the world, fighting for the rights of their heroes - can express what The Blur means to them and talk about why they believe in these super heroes.
*"Smallville" producers and the CWTV.com team will review the submissions and select a number of the user-submitted videos for broadcast as the testimonials that Clark watches during the "Beacon" episode airing Friday, February 4 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET/PT) on The CW.
* In addition to selecting the winning videos to be used in the episode, the "Smallville" producers and CWTV.com team will also select a number of additional favorite videos that will be posted to CWTV.com following the broadcast.
*For information on how to submit videos and for rules of the promotion, please click here: http://www.cwtv.com/smallville
SOCIAL MEDIA CONTACTS
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/Smallville 
TWITTER: The CW Network @CW_network http://twitter.com/CW_network 
Currently in its 10th and final season, "Smallville" ranks as The CW's #1 series with all key Male demos: Men 12-34, 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54, as well as Male Teens (tied with "The Vampire Diaries"). Season to date, the series is up +15% with Adults 18-49 and +12% among Total Viewers, and maintains last year's performance to date among all 18-34 measures. Among Male Teens and Teens, "Smallville" is up +25% and +33%, respectively, year to year.
"Smallville" season 10 stars Tom Welling, Erica Durance, Cassidy Freeman and Justin Hartley. Kelly Souders & Brian Peterson serve as executive producers, along with James Marshall, Welling, Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins and Joe Davola. Developed for television by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar, the series is based upon DC Comics characters. "Smallville" is produced by Tollin/Robbins Productions, Millar/Gough Ink and Warner Bros. Television. Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

Rerun: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26 “SMALLVILLE” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
“Ambush” (TV-PG, L) (HDTV)
GENERAL LANE AND LUCY LANE RETURN TO SMALLVILLE FOR THANKSGIVING — The General (guest star Michael Ironside) and Lucy Lane (Peyton List) decide to drop in on Lois (Erica Durance) and Clark (Tom Welling) for a surprise Thanksgiving dinner. Clark and the General get off to a rocky start after Lois’ father bashes the superheroes and tells Clark he is trying to pass a vigilante registration law. Meanwhile, in an effort to stop the vigilante registration act from being passed, Rick Flagg (guest star Ted Whittall) lies to Lucy in order to lure Clark away from the farm long enough for him to assassinate the General. Lois is torn between making her father proud and her love for Clark. Turi Meyer directed the episode written by Don Whitehead & Holly Henderson (#3X6006).

Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Images: Danielle Harris in Michael Rosenbaum's Horror Short Fade into You

Vote for Smallville in the TV Guide Fan Favorite cover poll!

Ask Matt: Fringe, Terriers, House, Bones, Fall Malaise and More!

From kryptonsite.com: Kelly Souders & Brian Peterson Talk About Teri Hatcher On Smallville
As mentioned in an earlier post, Smallville Executive Producers Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders spoke with the press on Friday after a screening of Friday's 200th episode, "Homecoming."
One point touched upon by the producers was the casting of Teri Hatcher as Lois Lane's mother, Ella Lane, in an upcoming episode titled "Abandoned." The episode airs in November, and some spoilers may follow.
"We have our dream list, and that's right up at the top," Peterson said. "The video actually came from a personal story. This actually happened for somebody in the [writers'] room. Her best friend just found out she has a very significant illness and is dying momentarily, so she sat down and made all of these videos for her child. With Ella, was we just pulled that into the show, because it was so heart-wrenching. Then we thought 'Who do you get to play Lois' mom?' Then everybody just looked at each other and it was like, beat, beat... Teri Hatcher! And she's been fantastic," Brian continued.
"She was wonderful," Kelly added. "We got to watch the footage yesterday, and all I will say is I watched three takes, and then I had to stop for a while, because it was so heart-wrenching, and she had an incredible performance. It was beautiful."
As for Teri's former Lois & Clark co-star Dean Cain, Brian Peterson shared that he was aware that the former Clark Kent, who played Curtis Knox in "Cure," had recently talked about the notion of returning to Smallville. "We would love to have him back, actually," he said. "I think that may be on his wish as well as ours, so if that happens, that would be fantastic."
Episode #200 of Smallville airs on Friday. Teri Hatcher's episode, "Abandoned," will be on in November. Keep reading KryptonSite for an air date as soon as it is confirmed.

THE CW SCORES SUPER FRIDAY WITH RETEAMING OF SMALLVILLE AND SUPERNATURAL
SMALLVILLE and SUPERNATURAL Combine for The CW’s Best Friday in 2 Years;
Winning Friday in Adults 18-34 and Men Demos
Premiere of Final Season of SMALLVILLE Wins Hour with Young Viewers;
Delivers Time Period’s Largest Audience and Best Adults 18-49 in Two Years
SUPERNATURAL Reunites with SMALLVILLE, Scores Best Performance in the Hour
in Two Years in every Category
SUPERNATURAL Improves Over Its Debut Last Year in Men Demos
September 27, 2010 (Burbank, CA) – The CW turns up the action and the original programming on Friday night this season. The reteaming of SMALLVILLE and SUPERNATURAL earned The CW’s best earned The CW’s best Friday night performance in two years (since 9/26/08) among total viewers (2.93mil), adults 18-34 (1.3/5) and men 18-34 (1.5/6) in two years (since 9/26/08), according to Live Plus Same Day Nielsen ratings for Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2010. The CW was #1 on Friday night among adults 18-34, men 18-34 and men 18-49 (1.4/5).
The premiere of SMALLVILLE's final season kicked off the night by won its time period in adults 18-34 (1.3/5), men 18-34 (1.6/7), men 18-49 (1.5/6). The CW’s SMALLVILLE ourperformed both ABC and FOX at 8:00-9:00p.m. in adults 18-49 (1.3/5).
SMALLVILLE delivered The CW's best performance in the Friday 8-9pm time period in 2 years in total viewers (3.0mil) and adults 18-49 (1.3/5).
The debut of the sixth season of SUPERNATURAL was first the 9-10pm hour in adults 18-34 (1.4/5-tie), men 18-34 (1.5/6) and men 18-49 (1.4/5-tie). SUPERNATURAL ranked third in the hour among total viewers (2.9mil) and adults 18-49 (1.3/4).
Compared to its season premiere last year (on Thursday), SUPERNATURAL was flat year to year in adults 18-34, and up 25% in men 18-34 and 17% in men 18-49.
SUPERNATURAL scored The CW's best performance in the time period in 2 years in all key categories, including adults 18-34 (1.4/5), adults 18-49 (1.3/4), men 18-34 (1.5/6), men 18-49 (1.4/5) and viewers (2.9mil).
 

Here are photos from the Season Premiere of "Smallville" titled "Lazarus"
which premieres on Friday, September 24 @ 8pm.

Click on the thumbnail to see the larger pic...



Photo: Jack Rowand/The CW
(c)2010 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Superman Enters Phone Booth, Exits a Producer

We want to share the exciting news that starting today DVD2BLU.com offers fans the opportunity to upgrade Smallville, Fringe, Chuck, The Sopranos, and more from DVD to Blu-ray.
Upgrade your TV on DVD to Blu-ray with DVD2BLU.com!
Converting your TV collection on DVD to Blu-ray just got easier with the addition of several TV favorites now eligible for upgrade on DVD2BLU.com.
Starting today, through TV on DVD2BLU, consumers can now experience their favorite television series again for the very first time in stunning 1080p picture quality and crisp, superior sound that only comes from a Blu-ray Disc. Titles such as "Smallville", "The Sopranos", "Fringe", "Supernatural" and more can be upgraded for as low as $14.95 plus shipping. Consumers who place orders of over $35 will receive free shipping.
The process to upgrade is simple. Consumers select the titles they want to upgrade on DVD2BLU.com, mail in their standard DVDs with pre-paid postage and a short time later receive copies of the same title and complete season on Blu-ray. See below for a complete list of TV titles available for upgrade with DVD2BLU.com:
$19.95
Smallville Season 8
Supernatural Season 1
Supernatural Season 4
Chuck Season 2
Fringe S1
The Sopranos S1
$14.95
Smallville Season 6
Smallville Season 7
Supernatural Season 3
Chuck Season 1
Pushing Daisies S1
Pushing Daisies S2
Terminator SCC S1
Terminator SCC S2
Nip/Tuck S4
Here are clips from:
Smallville, S.8:
Video
Fringe, S.1:
Video 

Smallville's 200th Episode!

COMIC-CON 2010: Saying goodbye to 'Smallville'

SMALLVILLE: THE COMPLETE SERIES is now available in HD for the first time anywhere!
This fall SMALLVILLE will begin its climatic Tenth and Final Season on the CW. In celebration, Warner Bros. Digital Distribution is releasing each of the previous nine seasons in HD for the first time anywhere to own exclusively For Download.
Get SMALLVILLE Seasons 1-9 in HD on iTunes: http://bit.ly/WBE_SmallvilleHD 
Here's a clip from the recently completed Season 9: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QVygslDE5o

SMALLVILLE (Memorable Moments Montage):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8IUFGD-PR4 

Clark and Lois

Jon Hamm (from "Mad Men") as Lex Luthor asking for bailout - hilarious!

Smallville Season 10 Will Be Its Last

"Smallville" duo to write "Monster High" film

First look at 'Thor' looks like a 'Smallville' spin-off

"Smallville" Nominated For Two Teen Choice Awards

Smallville "Kent Farm" for Sale

"Smallville" Royalties Fight Heats Up

'Smallville' Roundup: What Else Does Tom Welling Hope for in Season 10?

From the awesome Smallville finale, here are a few pictures of Watchtower AKA Chloe Sullivan in action.

Salvation Photos

Don't miss Clark and Zod duke it out over the fate of the world.

Smallville season finale airs Friday, May 14 at 8pm EST.

SEASON FINALE "SMALLVILLE" - (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) "Salvation" (TV-PG, V) (HDTV)

IT'S CLARK VS. ZOD IN THE SEASON FINALE - Zod (Callum Blue) unleashes his army upon the world, forcing Chloe (Allison Mack) to call in reinforcements from old friends. Zod tells Lois (Erica Durance) he is The Blur and asks her to steal the Book of Rao from Clark (Tom Welling). Torn between Clark and The Blur, Lois asks Clark to come clean with her about everything but he refuses. Chloe (Allison Mack) and Oliver (Justin Hartley) attempt to reconnect Watchtower's satellite system in order to fight the Kandorians but to Chloe's horror, Oliver gets caught on site and disappears. Tess attempts to stop Zod but he leaves her clinging to life. Clark and Zod battle for control of Earth. Greg Beeman directed the episode written by Turi Meyer & Al Septien (#3X52722).

Don't miss the SMALLVILLE Season Finale Friday, May 14 @ 8pm!

Smallville "Salvation" (Season finale Friday 8/7c)

Smallville Trailer - Salvation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pjf3TIx8sIM 

Smallville Webclip - Salvation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9NZsP1kl3U 

Clark Kent vs. Zod. Don't miss the battle of the year. And what happened to Tess? Sorry for the big file but these pictures are worth it.

These are from "Salvation," the Smallville season finale that airs next Friday, May 14 at 8pm EST.

SEASON FINALE "SMALLVILLE" - (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) "Salvation" (TV-PG, V) (HDTV)

IT'S CLARK VS. ZOD IN THE SEASON FINALE - Zod (Callum Blue) unleashes his army upon the world, forcing Chloe (Allison Mack) to call in reinforcements from old friends. Zod tells Lois (Erica Durance) he is The Blur and asks her to steal the Book of Rao from Clark (Tom Welling). Torn between Clark and The Blur, Lois asks Clark to come clean with her about everything but he refuses. Chloe (Allison Mack) and Oliver (Justin Hartley) attempt to reconnect Watchtower's satellite system in order to fight the Kandorians but to Chloe's horror, Oliver gets caught on site and disappears. Tess attempts to stop Zod but he leaves her clinging to life. Clark and Zod battle for control of Earth. Greg Beeman directed the episode written by Turi Meyer & Al Septien (#3X52722).

Photo: Jack Rowand/The CW (c)2009 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Can't wait for Friday's all new episode of Smallville? Here are some clips to get you through the week...

Smallville "Charade" (All new Friday 8/7c)

Smallville Trailer - Charade http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iD7A5DHPOw 

Smallville Webclip - Charade http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVAsJU-xhIc 

Check out this awesome clip of Metallo on tonight's Smallville! Smallville airs tonight at 8pm EST.

Smallville Webclip 2 - Upgrade

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wA5qAA9cbLM 

There are some awesome shots of Clark Kent and Metallo in the Fortress! Brian Austin Green returns as Metallo in this Friday's episode of Smallville entitled "Upgrade."

Upgrade Photos

"SMALLVILLE" - (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) "Upgrade" (TV-PG, LV) (HDTV)

BRIAN AUSTIN GREEN RETURNS AS METALLO AND CLARK IS INFECTED WITH RED KRYPTONITE - Zod (Callum Blue) continues to pose as "The Blur" and asks Lois (Erica Durance) to investigate one of Tess' (Cassidy Freeman) secret labs. An explosion rocks the lab, and Lois is rescued by John Corben (guest star Brian Austin Green) who was a subject of multiple experiments. While investigating the explosion, Clark (Tom Welling) is exposed to red kryptonite. And infected Clark takes Zod to the Fortress. Tess turns to Chloe (Allison Mack) for help and they send in Corben to stop Clark from revealing all his secrets. Mike Rohl directed the episode written by Andrew Landis & Julia Swift (#3X5268).

Smallville airs on Friday at 8pm EST.

Photo: Marcel Williams/ The CW (c)2010 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Season Finale pic from The CW! (Click on the thumbnail to see the larger pic)

THE WEDDING BAND – The writing team of Josh Lobis and Darin Moiselle (South Park) and executive producer Mike Tollin (Wild Hogs, Smallville) introduce a fresh comedy that centers on four friends. Some are married and some are single, all with day jobs and responsibilities, but they share one thing in common: They are in a wedding band. THE WEDDING BAND comes to TBS from FremantleMedia.

TWEET WITH THE STARS OF "@CW_network"
During "Watch and Tweet Week" From May 3 - May 7, Fans Can Tweet with Their Favorite CW Stars and Producers While Watching Their Favorite CW Shows
April 30, 2010 (Burbank, California) ─ The CW Network invites viewers to "Watch and Tweet" with stars and executive producers from each series from Monday, May 3 through Friday, May 7. Fans can visit tweet.cwtv.com to Tweet with cast members and producers during the East Coast telecast of each CW series. On the West Coast, fans of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES can also tweet along with executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec on Thursday, May 6.
Friday, May 7
Erica Durance (Lois Lane) will Tweet from 8:00-9:00 p.m.
Follow The CW on Twitter @CW_network.

Get ready for TV to talk about this week…
Smallville "Escape" (All new Friday 8/7c)
Webclip - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0D3Zble8yGQ

From Michael Ausiello of EW: Question: Crazed fans like myself desperately need an update on Smallville’s renewal. How’s it looking? Any idea what the hold-up is? —Ryan
Ausiello:
It’s looking really, really good. And the hold-up is due to boring stuff like contracts and money.

Pilot intel: CW orders Tom Welling-produced drama

'Smallville' hits season high; 'Nightmares' gains

FULL EPISODES ADDED TO CWTV.COM!
February 16, 2010 at 2:45 pm ·
A week’s worth full episodes have been added to CWTV.com. See what’s new!
Smallville Warrior 912
Clark (Tom Welling) meets Zatanna (guest star Serinda Swan) at a comic book convention, where she tells him her father charmed a copy of the comic book “Warrior Angel” and it holds magical powers.

From tv.com
Supernatural Officially Renewed, But Where's Smallville?

Allison Mack (Chloe) directed the recent episode "Warrior".  http://www.airlockalpha.com/node/7141

Project Natal on Smallville

'Smallville' ratings snapshot: Absolutely super!

Justin Hartley Says Chloe-Oliver Are a Go

Ratings: Two-Hour Smallville Hits Season High

Pilot intel: CW orders Tom Welling-produced drama

New 'Chuck' romances destroy television, life itself (about Kristin Kreuk)

According to Ausiello at EW, the chance of the show returning next season is "a sure thing" http://ausiellofiles.ew.com/2010/02/14/bubble-show-scorecard/

Biggest ratings gainers ('Big Bang Theory') and shrinkers ('Ugly Betty') of the fall 12/1

Exclusive: 'Smallville' movie gets a title!
by Michael Ausiello

Exclusive: 'Smallville' lands Pam Grier!
by Michael Ausiello

Exclusive: 'Smallville' TV movie takes flight!
by Michael Ausiello

SMALLVILLE'S Sam Jones III arrested on drug charges

'Ugly Betty' premiere ratings bestial; 'Smallville' up' 10/17
http://www.thrfeed.com/2009/10/ugly-betty-premiere-ratings-beastial-as-expected.html

October 12, 2009
Premiere week DVR results: 'Dollhouse,' 'Smallville' top gain list

20 All-Time Coolest Heroes in Pop Culture

Smallville Season 8 Trailer - DVD hits the streets August 25th!

 

From http://www.kryptonsite.com/news.htm
Gough & Millar Adapt "I Am Number 4" For DreamWorks
Smallville's creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar have been signed by Dreamworks to adapt the unpublished science fiction novel "I Am Number 4" for producer Michael Bay.
Bay may also direct the movie. The novel itself, written by Jobie Hughes and James Frey, "involves a group of teenage alien refugees assimilating to high school on Earth when they discover that their home planet's enemy is now hunting them on their new turf."

Smallville casts its General Zod

Brian Austin Green is Metallo

Smallville is moving to Fridays.


From tvguide.com

Legion of Super-Heroes Heads to ‘Smallville’ TVGuide

The CW’s “Smallville” soon will be adding more DC Comics super-heroes to the series, TV Guide
reports. The Legion of Super-Heroes—Saturn Girl, Lightning Lad and Cosmic Boy—will be making their debut Jan. 15 on the series, when they help Tom Welling’s Superman clean up his hometown. The three heroes will be played by Alexz Johnson, Calum Worthy and Ryan Kennedy, respectively.

 

Justin Hartley will be a regular as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow this season.  Kristen Kreuk will play Lana in about a half-dozen episodes.  Sam Witwer (Crashdown, Battlestar: Galactica) will play Davis Bloome, a paramedic who becomes the fearsome Doomsday.

Smallville renewed for an 8th season!!

From Buddy TV:

Exclusive Interview with Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack
Exclusive Interview with Smallville’s Erica Durance
Smallville Uses Lex as Bait for Fans in WGA Strike

From Warner Brothers:

Birds of Prey cast picFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - CRIME FIGHTING NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD WHEN WARNER HOME VIDEO RELEASES BIRDS OF PREY: THE COMPLETE SERIES ON JULY 29, 2008
Warner Home Video Finally Brings Your Favorite Crime Fighting Trio to DVD
BURBANK, CA (April 2, 2008) - The wait is over! Birds of Prey, the hit WB show and the #5 most requested unreleased show on TVShowsOnDVD.com, will finally make it to DVD. Three young female heroines will be fighting together, living together, and soaring into adventure together when Warner Home Video's (WHV) releases of Birds of Prey: The Complete Series on July 29, 2008 for $39.98 SRP. Birds of Prey: The Complete Series includes all 13 episodes from the series plus all-new bonus features in a 4-disc collection.
From the creators of the CW hit Smallville, Birds of the Prey was produced in 2002 for the WB and is loosely based on the DC Comics series with the same name. The hit show brought in 7.6 million viewers each week and was the largest audience in the 18-34 demographic for the network at that time. While the world was sleeping at night, the Birds of Prey flock together to fight crime on the streets of New Gotham City. Several years after the city was abandoned by Batman, the awesome threesome of Huntress (Ashley Scott), Oracle (Dina Meyer), and Dinah (Rachel Skarsten) was formed. Huntress is the daughter of Batman and Catwoman and can smell danger from miles away. Dinah has the gift of clairvoyance and Oracle leads the team through her cyber experience, despite being wheelchair bound by the Joker. During the course of the show, the girls are often confronted with schemes masterminded by Dr. Quinzel, but always prevail and beat him at his own game.
"The Birds of Prey continues the legacy of Batman in an action-packed show with a trio of female heroines that are adored by fans," said Rosemary Markson, WHV Vice President, TV Marketing, "We are delighted to finally release Birds of Prey: The Complete Series for the very loyal fan base and a new generation of comics lovers."
In addition to the entire series, complete with 13 full episodes, Birds of Prey: The Complete Series includes never-before-seen special features such as: * Gotham Girls S1-3 - An animated series of shorts starring the Birds of Prey characters.  Sign up to get notified when Amazon gets the DVD!

From Gianfranco

The Associated Press
Posted at 2007 /11 /26 20:46:18

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- It was a Thanksgiving weekend wedding for "Superman Returns" star Brandon Routh and Courtney Ford. Routh, 28, married the 29-year-old actress Saturday at El Capitan Ranch, according to People magazine and the celebrity news site The Insider. The couple met four years ago. The bride wore a Junko Yoshioka sheath dress with Chantilly lace and platinum beading, and the groom wore a cashmere suit. In a People interview in June, Routh called Ford his personal kryptonite, saying, "She brings me to my knees." Telephone messages left with Routh's publicists, Emily Yomtabian and Simon Halls, weren't returned. Routh starred in last year's "Superman Returns." Ford starred in the 2004 science fiction film "Outside," and her TV credits include appearances on "Ugly
Betty" and "Moesha."


From BuddyTV

Smallville, the Writers’ Strike and Episode 7.7 “Wrath” Spoilers


by Deanna:

Early Season 7 Start In Canada? POSTED 8-2-07
Some fans have reported seeing an advertisement on Canada's SPACE Channel saying that Smallville Season 7 would begin on their station on September 23, four days before the U.S. premiere on Sept. 27. Now it COULD be mistaken (after all, this is the same station that said Season 5 was the last)... but it could be for real. If true, we'll just have to be really jealous of our friends up North.


Eric Johnson (ex-Whitney) stars in the new SciFi show "Flash Gordon".  Here is an article about how they want him to bulk up more. Studio Tells New Flash Gordon Star to Bulk Up.

From Supermanhomepage.com

Actress Allison Mack is nominated for a Teen Choice Award this year in the best TV Sidekick. Michael Rosenbaum is also nominated for best TV Villain. The Complete nominations are:
Choice TV Sidekick
Donald Faison- Scrubs
Allison Mack-Smallville
Jorge Garcia- Lost
kevin Dillom- Entourage
Jerry Ferrara-Entourage
Choice TV Villain
Michael Rosenbaum (Lex Luthor- Smallville)
Vanessa Williams (Wilhelmina Slater-Ugly Betty)
Zachary Quinto(Sylar- Heroes)
Michael Emerson (Ben-Lost)
Robert Knepper (Theodore Bagwell-Prison Break)
The Teen Choice awards air live in the U.S. starting at 8:00 p.m. on August 26 on FOX.


Reminder: You can now pre-order the Season Six of Smallville in our store. The cover features Clark Kent (Tom Welling) Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum) and Lana Lang (Kristin Kreuk) You can also pre-order The Smallville 2008 Calendar which is scheduled for release in July 2007.

Season 7 of "Smallville" will return next Fall 2007.


Source: scifi.com

Smallville Heads Toward Cliff

Steven DeKnight, co-executive producer of The CW's Smallville, told SCI FI Wire that Lana Lang's (Kristin Kreuk) pregnancy will be the main focus of the series when it returns with original episodes, starting on April 19 with "Progeny," an episode that features former Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter. "That's going to come to a head," DeKnight said in an interview. "It won't be resolved, but twist and turns will be revealed. ... Definitely. The triangle [of Clark, Lex and Lana] will definitely become more pointed on all corners. Cross my fingers, the end of the season looks pretty damn exciting."

Meanwhile, Lois Lane (Erica Durance) will be featured in a big way in "Prototype," an episode DeKnight wrote. "She's always a delight to write for," he said. "I really like the way we've moved the Clark/Lois storyline along this year. You're starting to see glimmers of interest, even though neither one of them would ever admit it."

Also look for Clark Kent (Tom Welling) to face a new, formidable foe who may have some roots in the Superman comic mythology. "Or Clark fights a dinosaur," DeKnight said with a laugh. "I'm not sure which yet."

DeKnight added that for Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum), "an old venture comes to fruition in [a] catastrophic way. It's the culmination of years' worth of planning."

It all leads up to another big cliffhanger for the sixth season. "No cities are going to burn, but [the characters] will definitely be in trouble," DeKnight said. Smallville airs on Thursday nights at 8 p.m. ET/PT. —Kathie Huddleston


From DTS:  In today's Watch with Kristin's atE! Online.com confirms, the casting of Lynda Carter the former Wonder Woman as Chloe Sullivan's mother in the upcoming episode "Progeny" to air on April 12th. but according with Kristin we should expect her visit a little bit sooner.
To read the blurb click HERE or go to Watch with Kristin Blog on E! Online.com

From tvguide.com

Question: Wow! "Justice" was, like, the best Smallville episode ever! Are there any plans for a spin-off?— Jeremie
Ausiello: "We've been talking about it," CW boss lady Dawn Ostroff told me. "I don't know if it's going to happen. It's hard; there are so many pieces to the puzzle, [including] rights issues. But it's something that we talked about. It's not going to happen immediately, but I wouldn't say never. Maybe somewhere down the road."

From The Futon Critic
[10.13.06 - 01:05 PM]
THE CW'S "SMALLVILLE" AND "SUPERNATURAL" POST WEEK-TO-WEEK GAINS AGAINST TOUGH THURSDAY COMPETITION
Released by The CW
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THE CW'S "SMALLVILLE" AND "SUPERNATURAL" POST WEEK-TO-WEEK GAINS AGAINST TOUGH THURSDAY COMPETITION

October 13, 2006 (Burbank, CA) - Both of The CW's Thursday dramas, "Smallville" and "Supernatural," delivered week-to-week growth in viewers and key demos despite facing increasingly tougher Thursday competition, according to preliminary live plus same day Nielsen ratings for Thursday, Oct. 12.

Compared to last week, "Smallville" gained 9% in adults 18-34 (2.5/8), 10% in adults 18-49 (2.2/6), 33% in women 18-34 (2.4/7), 11% in women 18-49 (2.0/5) and 9% in viewers (4.9million). "Smallville" hit its season best performance in women 18-34.

"Supernatural" posted increases over last week of 7% in adults 18-49 (1.6/4), 6% in women 18-34 (1.8/4), 14% in women 18-49 (1.6/4) and 11% in viewers (3.70mil).

The CW's Thursday line-up of "Smallville" and "Supernatural" mark a considerable improvement over UPN's Thursday night from a year ago, with increases of 11% in adults 18-34 (2.1/6), 12% in adults 18-49 (1.9/5), 50% in men 18-34 (2.1/6) and 58% in men 18-49.
From the Daytona Beach News Journal Online
Next week, on Smallville - a Toyota Camry

Soon Clark Kent will face the one foe that can control his actions and dictate his movements, and he won't be able to do a thing about it.

Advertisers.

When you watched "Smallville" last night, while you were grumbling about the 27 minutes of commercials for other CW shows that kept interrupting you from watching this one, and all with those green construction-paper style graphics that made you wonder if they decided to save money by hiring kids to do them -- you might have missed this:

Chloe and Jimmy Olson were in a car in the woods at night. They talk, there's some playful banter... and they both stop, wrapped in their own thoughts, giving us plenty of time to clearly hear the commercial for the new Toyota Camry hybrid on the car radio. Ha! Take that, TiVo!

A few weeks ago Clark fought a Batgirl-ish heroine who used Acuvue contacts, according to the carefully placed box. Last season Lois happened to be driving the same model car that was sponsoring the show and she even used its custom features to distract a security guard (guard distraction not guaranteed, see local dealer for details).

Hardly new, of course, and hardly surprising. TV shows started out blatantly sponsored, and with people buying shows on DVD and skipping past commericials with their DVRs the ad people have to do something in defense. So we get Buicks in "Desperate Housewives," Oreos in "7th Heaven," Chilis in "The Office," and probably Home Depot shovels for "Heroes."

What do you think? Annoying? Invisible? Inevitable? How long before characters in one CW show start talking about how great the others are?
From Seattle Times.com
Big day in "Smallville" for a teenage super fan
By Julia Waterhous

Special to The Seattle Times

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Clark Kent (Tom Welling), right, confronts Green Arrow (Justin Hartley) during the filming of "Smallville."



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Jimmy Olsen (Aaron Ashmore, left) joins the staff of the Daily Planet on this season's "Smallville."


BURNABY, B.C. — "I think we have time for one more question," says Kendra Voth, a production executive on "Smallville."

"Um, I think I've asked all mine." No, I haven't, why did I say that? This is my last chance!

"Oh, come on, you've come all this way," says star Tom Welling with a smile. "Ask me one more question."

OK, this was it; whatever I asked, it had better be good.

"Will we ever see Clark Kent don the red cape and become Superman?" It was one of the questions I had been dying to ask the whole time — the whole time I've watched the show, in fact. And much to my surprise, I got a very direct reply, and not the one I had been expecting.

It's a bright September Monday outside Vancouver; I've been invited to the set of "Smallville" after writing an appreciation of the show ("Why 'Smallville's' Clark Kent is way cooler than 'Superman,' " July 19). Voth walks a friend and me up a warehouse ramp and into a short hallway, at the end of which are two massive wooden doors. As Voth opens one, we hear two male voices.

"They're rehearsing," Voth whispers. We take this as an immediate cue to be as silent as possible. We pick our way over cables, wires, cords, all snaking their way to various pieces of equipment. We emerge in front of the Green Arrow's penthouse, a beautifully built, very modern, angular-looking apartment, set behind a huge clock, which can be seen from the inside.

On TV

"Smallville," 8 p.m. Thursdays on the new CW, KSTW-TV.
This is season 6's newest set, and home to "Smallville's" latest superhero, Green Arrow, played by former soap star Justin Hartley. But unlike the other heroes and villains in "Smallville," Green Arrow doesn't derive his powers from meteorites; in fact, he doesn't even have superpowers.

"Green Arrow is the closest to Batman we get," Voth whispers. Like Batman, Green Arrow is not exactly lacking financially and he's extremely enigmatic. He has a huge company devoted to making arrows and other weapons, some of which he stores in his secret lair, behind that giant clock — and like Batman, as soon as darkness falls, he undergoes a transformation, all to fight the powers of evil.

Around 10:30 a.m., director Jeannot Szwarc, who has been with "Smallville" for many seasons, decides he's ready for filming. As the crew sets up, Hartley darts off the set for a one-on-one interview, which we do in the nearby set of The Daily Planet (perfect for an interview!). I try to keep myself composed: It's your first interview; don't blow it. You'll be fine, just stay calm. Keep breathing, in, out, in, out, in... .

"Nice to meet you," Hartley says graciously.

"Nice to meet you, too." Thank goodness, my voice still works! In the interview, Hartley seems absolutely ecstatic about everything to do with the show. Asked how he feels about being the newest "Smallville" cast member, he replies, "When you see someone at 6 in the morning with a smile on their face, you know they're having fun."

This upbeat attitude shines through everything Hartley says. He gives some background on how Clark and Green Arrow — also known as Oliver Queen — met. Oliver had come to Metropolis for a class reunion, but all of his classmates seemed to be meeting untimely deaths. His suspicions for the cause of the deaths rest on (who else?) Lex Luthor. So Oliver begins his quest to form a team of heroes to fight back. First recruit: Clark Kent.

Hartley says being the new person on the set has been pretty painless. "It's smooth running, [after five seasons] the people know what they're doing, and can welcome the new guy more."

And, says the former "Passions" actor, it's a great change from soap operas. With soaps, he says, he could have 30 to 40 pages of lines to memorize per night. But on "Smallville," "there's less to memorize, and we're allowed to be more creative with our characters."

The only down side: "My family is not with me." Justin's wife, Lisa Hartley, and their 2-year-old daughter, Isabella, are back home in Los Angeles. Hartley's eyes sparkle as he tells how when he calls his wife, he can always hear the "Aquaman" pilot, of which he is the star, playing in the background.

"Aquaman" was never picked up, but that doesn't stop little Isabella from using the name for her daddy. "She calls me Aquaman, which is kind of embarrassing, having your daughter call you the name of a canceled show. When she's being a little smarty-pants, she calls me Justin."

We go back to the set and watch Hartley and Welling rehearse some emotional scenes, as the crew and the cast members get used to their gorgeous penthouse set. (Green Arrow has an amazing collection of colorful furniture, art and books. And high-tech arrows, of course.)

Late in the afternoon, I finally get my chance to interview Welling, and we walk back to The Daily Planet set.

I sit only a few feet from Welling. He looks exactly like the farm boy from Kansas we see every Thursday. His smile is that perfect movie-star smile no mortal can achieve, and his eyes are such an intense blue that they nearly match the trademark Clark Kent blue shirt he's wearing.

About those shirts: It seems like Welling, after all these years, would go through a lot of them. So how many has he actually worn? "Thousands — not hundreds, thousands," he says.

"We have a whole trailer full of them. And it's funny, because if I get a stain or something I go and say, hey, can I get another shirt? And they're like, sure, just a second, and they actually go through the shirts before giving me one, even though they're all the same!"

This season, Welling says, he is most excited about seeing the forming of the Justice League, with Green Arrow and Jimmy Olsen.

Welling also expresses relief that the show has finally come to the point where "characters are making choices and leaving the whirlpool of drama," much of which centered on Clark's high-school experience.

Can Welling relate to Clark's adolescent angst?

"I think anyone who has been through high school can associate with Clark's journey," he says. "People eventually grow up and realize that there is no normal, there is no cool group."

Welling is perfectly charming, though his answers are more guarded than Hartley's. I ask him if it's ever difficult to play someone who is so purely good all the time.

"So purely good?" he asks, surprised. "I don't know if Clark is purely good. He battles with what's right and wrong. He causes a lot of collateral damage, and he does go through a lot of inner turmoil."

Then Voth reminds me that I have time for one more question. With Welling's encouragement, I ask it: "Will we ever see Clark Kent don the red cape and become Superman?"

"No," he says emphatically. "This show will always be about Clark Kent. The transition to Superman is so catastrophic that it's a whole new show once he starts flying around."

And with that, Tom Welling and Clark Kent disappear, back to Smallville. All is right in the world, for now.

Julia Waterhous is a high-school student in Corvallis, Ore.: jsw_618@yahoo.com 


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