Supergirl is going right for the ratings, as casting has gotten underway for the role of Clark Kent aka Superman! This show has been through some exciting changes recently, and now it will finally have the Man of Steel meet his cousin, Kara (Melissa Benoist) for the first 2 episodes of season 2. Up til now, Kara has only spoken to Clark Kent via computer, but no more! And…
The 62-disc box set boasts 192 hours of material, which includes all 218 episodes and over 5 hours of brand new content. And that new content is pretty freaking sweet. What they’re offering here is a never-before-seen Superboy pilot shot in 1961, a look back at the series with over 100 minutes of material, a decade of comic con featurette, and so much more, including DC’s Secret Origin documentary.
Well, the time has come. The Smallville series finale is upon us. Some are happy to see it go, others (like myself) will miss it terribly, and still others could swear it ended five years ago. Regardless, millions will tune in for what fans are calling “The End of the Beginning” tonight at 8/7c on the CW. But what if you haven’t watched the show since before Clark Kent even had a Fortress of Solitude? Or if you’ve never seen an episode at all? What if there was a series recap that gave you a complete guide to everything you needed to know going into the finale? That would be the best article ever, wouldn’t it? Well, hold on to your capes, because you’re about to experience 10 years of Smallville in about 10 minutes!
The CW series Smallville is halfway through its tenth and final season with many unanswered questions still to be resolved.
Starting today, the network is running a teaser promo for the final half of the season that uses part of John Williams’ Superman movie score. The music is set against the word “Believe,” which is a throwback to the 1978 movie’s tagline “You will believe a man can fly.”
Entertainment Weekly has the teaser video, so check it out there, or watch an alternate (with Spanish subtitles) version here below. Also, see the Season 10 promo poster here above (click for larger, full version).
Although the original Smallville creators had a strict “No flights, no tights” policy when it came to Clark Kent and his super abilities, I think we can all agree that after ten years of the show, we’re ready for some tights and flights to send Clark off.
I’m finally catching up on one of my favorite shows, Smallville. After popping in Season 7 on DVD, which I got on sale a few weeks ago, I went to Amazon to check what the current price was and I noticed that most of the season DVDs are in the $15-$20 range, which is super cheap! This is especially huge, considering they’re typically around $60 each and the bundled Smallville Season 1-8 Collection runs for $289.99, which is way more than buying them right now individually. Even the seasons available on Blu-ray are only $27 – $28 each!
Smallville Season 1: DVD: $19.49
Smallville Season 2: DVD: $59.98
Smallville Season 3: DVD: $48.49
Smallville Season 4: DVD: $36.49
Smallville Season 5: DVD: $19.49
Smallville Season 6: DVD: $20.49 | Blu-ray $25.99
Smallville Season 7: DVD: $19.99 | Blu-ray $26.99
Smallville Season 8: DVD: $14.99 | Blu-ray $25.99
Smallville Season 9: DVD: $18.99 | Blu-ray $27.49