NBC Finally Canceled ‘Heroes’ TV Show NBC finally canceled “Heroes” TV show. According to “Entertainment Weekly,” NBC finally got on the bandwagon, and did what I could see coming for years. That’s right. They’ve canceled their used-to-be mega hit sci-fi show “Heroes.” Entertainment Weekly says that “Heroes” will definitely not be back for a fifth season. It only averaged 6.5 million viewers this past season.

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Smallville Season 10 Premiere Sci-Fi Show Updates

Smallville Season 10 premiere: Smallville Season 10 will also be placed on the Guinness World Record for longest consecutive running US Sci-Fi TV show. This record currently belongs to Stargate SG-1.

CW also announces that Smallville Season 10 will be composed of 22 episodes and will explore a relatively new plot in the storyline of Superman. Smallville Season 10 might or might not be seeing Allison Mack playing as Chloe, however executive producer Brian Peterson is optimistic that she will be back.


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The Cape, starring Dave Lyons (NBC)

Official synopsis: Lyons [plays] Vince Faraday, an honest cop on a corrupt police force, who finds himself framed for a series of murders and presumed dead. He is forced into hiding, leaving behind his wife, Dana (Jennifer Ferrin, “Life on Mars”) and son, Trip (Ryan Wynott, “Flash Forward”). Fueled by a desire to reunite with his family and to battle the criminal forces that have overtaken Palm City, Faraday becomes “The Cape” his son’s favorite comic book superhero — and takes the law into his own hands.
Additional cast: James Frain (“The Tudors”) plays billionaire Peter Fleming – The Cape’s nemesis – who moonlights as the twisted killer named Chess. Keith David (Death at a Funeral) plays Max Malini, the ringleader of a circus gang of bank robbers who mentors Vince Faraday and trains him to be The Cape; Summer Glau (“Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”) plays Orwell, an investigative blogger who wages war on crime and corruption in Palm City; and Dorian Missick (“Six Degrees”) is Marty Voyt, a former police detective and friend to Faraday.
Cheese factor: Well, he turns himself into a superhero from his son’s comic books. So…

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Fringe Is Becoming The Show That Lost Wishes It Could Be J.J. Abrams has unleashed two television shows about faith and science and strange reflections of reality. Fringe will never be as popular as Lost, but it has the potential to be far greater, as it proved last night. Spoilers below…

Thing is, I still love Lost a lot, and I’m still clinging to hope that the whole “two thousand years of sibling rivalry” storyline culminates in something amazing. But I can’t remember the last time Lost made me feel quite as exhilarated as last night’s Fringe. Maybe it was partly because Fringe managed to work so many character beats and emotional moments into an hour, it felt like enough drama for ten Lost episodes. Or maybe it was because of the episode’s loopy twists and turns, which kept knocking me off balance.

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18 awesome Lost props that could be yours! Sure, Hurley said that “The numbers are bad!”—but feel like getting your hands on his winning lottery ticket printed with those bad numbers anyway? Or how about Faraday’s journal, filled with the notes of his time-travel experiments? And what about Jin’s wedding ring, finally slipped on his finger again shortly before … well, you know.

Now that Lost has finished filming, any or all of these could be yours thanks to an upcoming auction—but only if you beat us out on the bidding, that is.

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6 amazing sci-fi TV shows ruined by their freaky finales Like a spreading bowel infection, the end of a sci-fi TV series can fatally infect every previous episode. This happens when a finale retcons the mythos in such a way that every episode in the series is negatively affected. Watching cherished episodes becomes a sickening reminder of the final truth, like looking at your family photos after learning that your grandmother is a seven-headed alien who snatched your parents at birth.

Quantum Leap

The Show:
Dr. Sam Beckett leaps into some unwilling fool’s troubled past to fix their future. Dr. Sam prays to the cruel deity that spun him into this body-snatching roulette wheel, hoping against hope that his next leap will be the leap home.

The Ending:
After the finale ends, the narrator pisses all over our hopes and dreams by telling us that he never gets home.

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V: ABC TV Show Renewed for Season Two The aliens came and, despite some ratings challenges, they are staying — for at least one more season. ABC has renewed the V TV show for a second season.

Like the original, the new V revolves around the arrival of aliens to the planet Earth. While the visitors profess that they’ve come in peace, their ulterior motives slowly become clear. The cast includes Elizabeth Mitchell, Morena Baccarin, Morris Chestnut, Joel Gretsch, Logan Huffman, Lourdes Benedicto, Laura Vandervoort, and Scott Wolf.

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I sure would want Faraday’s journal and Charlie’s DS ring!  What would you like to have from those props? What other prop that isn’t in that list would you like?

Heroes canceled (wow), Smallville back for more (yay). I must admit that I didn’t watch the last season of Heroes, some of my favorite characters got killed and things changed. As for Smallville I’m still loyal to it. I just want Superman and Lois to get together. 😉

What are some of your favorite TV show finales that went wrong?

Are you happy that V has second season? Are you a fan?

What do you think of today’s TV show news?