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ARROW Gets the SMALLVILLE Treatment: Who Didn’t Wear it Better?!

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Hot on the heels of The CW releasing a trifecta of posters touting their new fall offerings, this TV Addict — who as regular readers can attest to has an inexplicable need to highlight Hollywood’s penchant for making us see double — finds ourselves with little choice but to ask the Fall’s first slightly awkward
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Today’s TV Addict Top 5: CW President Mark Pedowitz Dishes on Ratings, RINGER, THE L.A. COMPLEX & More!

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On what went wrong with RINGER Despite CW President Mark Pedowitz’s assertion that he loved being back in business with Sarah Michelle Gellar, a combination of story complexity and poor performance in both the online digital and social spaces was too much for RINGER to overcome. Said Pedowitz, “Sarah Michelle Gellar and I have had
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Could Michael Rosenbaum Be the Next Voice of Charlie? ANGELS co-creator Al Gough Spills All… Plus His Thoughts on the SMALLVILLE’s Controversial Series Finale

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Could ABCs new trifecta of angels be answering the phone, “Good Morning Michael” this fall? They could if SMALLVILLE’s Michael Rosenbaum has anything to say about it. “Rosenbaum keeps sending me tapes to be the voice of Charlie — seriously — he’s sent me three,” revealed CHARLIE’S ANGELS co-creator Al Gough when asked at this
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It’s a Bird… It’s a Plane… It’s Our One Teensy Little Problem with SMALLVILLE’s Super Finale

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After 10 seasons of defeating a seemingly never-ending parade of evildoers, it should come as no surprise that Friday’s SMALLVILLE series finale had Clark Kent finally meeting his match. That said, what should come as a surprise was that he failed to overcome the most menacing, the most terrifying and the most powerful villain of
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Test Your Fandom Mettle By Placing This Piece of SMALLVILLE History

In celebrating of SMALLVILLE ending its momentous 10 year run this evening, executive producers Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson were kind enough to send theTVaddict.com our very own piece of SMALLVILLE history. Think you can place it? Take your best guess in the comments below and be sure to check back with us at 10PM
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SMALLVILLE Scoop: Executive Producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders Discuss Tonight’s Epic Ending to a Remarkable 10 Year Journey

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  SMALLVILLE’s momentous journey from man-to-Superman has enthralled viewers for the past decade.  For any show, 10 years is remarkable by any measure, and for SMALLVILLE it is a simultaneous passing of the torch and the solidifying of a legacy.  Not wanting to leave the fans hanging or wanting for anything, executive producers Kelly Souders
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Video: Stars Tom Welling, Erica Durance and Michael Rosenbaum Reflect on a Decade of SMALLVILLE

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Ask the Addict: Spoilers for HOUSE, NIKITA, BONES, SMALLVILLE & More!

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Any idea as to whether or not Tom and Lynette are actually heading for splitsville on DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES? — Jennifer The TV Addict: It sure looks that way doesn’t it! And while we don’t pretend to know if Wisteria Lane’s most stable couple will actually go as far as to commence those dreaded divorce proceedings,
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Lex Luthor Returns to SMALLVILLE: We Can’t See the Difference, Can You?

When Michael Rosenbaum makes his long-awaited return to SMALLVILLE in the equally anticipated series finale this May 13, he will not be doing so alone. Helping him complete the transformation to Lex Luthor, Clark Kent’s most nefarious nemesis, will be a trusty bald cap. Now, we’re no Michael Westmore, but we can’t see the difference,
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