SMALLVILLE and SUPERNATURAL return from hiatus tonight, Friday, Feb.4th.
Chloe Sullivan (Allision Mack) returns to Metropolis, after her mysterious disappearance, though the captured and released ‘Justice Leaguers’ are unsure if she can be trusted in Collateral.
On SUPERNATURAL’s Like A Virgin:
“Dean and Bobby anxiously wait for Sam to wake up to see if Death was able to restore his soul without causing Sam to lose his mind. Meanwhile, Dean and Bobby investigate a disappearance of virgins and discover dragons are behind the kidnappings.
Bobby sends Dean to a doctor who owns the only weapon in the world that can slay a dragon, but Dean must prove himself worthy enough to take it.
Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Adam Glass.
SMALLVILLE airs at 8:00 PM/7 Central, followed by SUPERNATURAL at 9:00 PM/7 Central on the CW Network.
According to TV Guide, SMALLVILLE is heading to their version of Las Vegas for a big bachelor/bachelorette party for Clark and Lois. Fortune, due to air February 25, is what producer Brian Peterson calls “…Our fun HANGOVER episode. Clark won’t remember what happened the night before”, courtesy of an enchanted bottle of champagne sent by magician Zatanna. Erica Durance (Lois Lane) reveals “We all wake up in different places in bizarre situations involving weird outfits and animals.
I wake up out on the train tracks with Oliver (Queen, Justin Hartley) and realize I can’t find my engagement ring.”
The ring is in a casino run by supervillian Amos Fortune, and at some point Lois winds up in a showgirl costume. (Big surprise.)
She’d like to sport more conservative attire before the series ends. Assuming we actually see Lois and Clark marry, she said: “It is my wish to wear a wedding dress. I think that would be a fantastic way to end the series.”
Producer Kelly Souders warns that the approach toward to aisle ” brings out real issues between them… Let’s face it, it’s not easy to be married to Superman!”
The article speculates that the series finale nay be a two-hour episode that brings back Clark’s cousin Kara (Supergirl, played by V’s Laura Vandervoort). It’s also been confirmed that Zod (Callum Blue) will return at some point before the series’ end.
SMALLVILLE is set to return from hiatus this Friday at 8:00 PM with the new episode Collateral, featuring the return of Chole Sullivan (Allison Mack).
The CW Network has announced that SMALLVILLE will NOT return in the new episode Collateral tonight, Jan. 28th.
On Friday, January 28, (8:00-9:00 p.m.) an encore of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES episode titled “The Descent” will air in place of the previously announced SMALLVILLE episode titled “Collateral.”
Also, please note the following changes to schedule on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2:
– From 8:00-9:00 p.m., an encore of the SMALLVILLE episode “Icarus” will air in place of the previously announced episode of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES titled “The Descent.”
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2
“SMALLVILLE” – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
“Icarus” (TV-14, V) (HDTV)
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4
“SMALLVILLE” – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
“Collateral” (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)
CHLOE SULLIVAN RETURNS TO SMALLVILLE – Clark (Tom Welling), Oliver (Justin Hartley), Lois (Erica Durance) and Dinah (guest star Alaina Huffman) are released by the VRA after being captured at Hawkman’s funeral but each of them have flashbacks of Chloe (Allison Mack) holding them against their will. When Chloe returns, Dinah warns the others that Chloe may now be a traitor. Oliver dismisses her concerns but Clark is unsure if he can trust Chloe after she disappeared without an explanation. Cassidy Freeman also stars. Morgan Beggs directed the episode written by Jordan Hawley.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11
“SMALLVILLE” – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
“Beacon” (TV-14, V) (HDTV)
MARTHA KENT COMES HOME – Clark (Tom Welling) is surprised to see Martha (Annette O’Toole) on the news speaking at a pro-vigilante rally. However, surprise quickly turns to horror when he and Lois (Erica Durance) watch as Martha is injured in an attack on national television. Meanwhile, Lionel (John Glover) reveals himself to the world and reclaims LuthorCorp from Tess (Cassidy Freeman) and Oliver (Justin Hartley). Lois and Chloe (Allison Mack) decide to cheer Clark up by showing him videos from thousands of vigilante supporters professing their support for The Blur. Videos were created and submitted by actual “Smallville” fans. Mike Rohl directed the episode written by Don Whitehead & Holly Henderson.
“Clark, Oliver, Lois and Dinah are released by the VRA (Vigliante Registration Act) after being captured at Hawkman’s funeral but each of them have flashbacks of Chloe (Alison Mack) holding them against their will.
When Chloe returns, Dinah (guest star Alaina Huffman) warns the others that Chloe may now be a traitor. Oliver (Justin Hartley) dismisses her concerns but Clark (Tom Welling) is unsure if he can trust Chloe, after she disappeared without an explanation.
Eric Durance and Cassidy Freeman also star.
Morgan Beggs directed the episode written by Jordan Hawley.
SMALLVILLE airs this Friday January 28th at 8:00 PM/7:00 Central on The CW, followed by SUPERNATURAL.
Entertainment Weekly reports that SMALLVILLE has cast Eric Martsolf (DAYS OF OUR LIVES) as time-traveling superhero wannbee Booster Gold for the episode Booster.
Also in the episode will be Jaren Brandt Bartlett (THE TROOP) as the current alien armor-wearing Blue Beetle, Jamie Reyes.
According to TV Guide, Sebastian Spence (FIRST WAVE) will appear as previous comic book Blue Beetle, Ted Kord. He was the second version of the character (inspired by the golden age Beetle, Dan Garett), begining in the 196o’s for Charlton Comics, and later acquired by DC and teamed with Booster Gold as humorous team for a Justice League run in the 1980’s.
Producer Brian Peterson describes the SMALLVILLE Kord role as a “captain of industry who has lost a valuable weapon…the scarab. He’ll cross paths with Booster Gold, Jaime Reyes, and, of course, Clark.” So at a guess, not appearing in costume as a Blue Beetle.
DC Entertainment creative honcho Geoff Johns wrote the episode.
DC Comics’ The Source blog premiered this new CW promotional art for the second half of SMALLVILLE’s 10th and final season, entitled “Destiny is Now’.
Note Clark Kent’s (Tom Welling) red & blue reflection, a nice touch.
SMALLVILLE returns to the CW with new episodes Friday, January 28th, with ‘Collateral’, picking up from the mid-season cliff-hanger of ‘Icarus’.
Here’s a preview clip from this Friday’s episode of SMALLVILLE, Icarus, and the offical description:
The VRA (Vigilante Registration Act) is in full effect, and things take an unfortunate turn of events after the Green Arrow (Justin Hartley) tries to stop a mugging, but is attacked by citizens for being a super hero. Clark (Tom Welling) discovers that the civilians who attacked Oliver were all marked with a darkness tattoo.
Carter Hall (SG-1’s Michael Shanks) and Star Girl (Britt Irvin) return to help Clark deal with Slade’s (BSG’s Michael Hogan) re-emergence after he kidnaps Lois (Erica Durance).
Cassidy Freeman also stars.
Mairzee Almas directed the episode written by Genevieve Sparling.
KNEEL Before… err, LOIS!
The spoilerific stuff:
Clark Kent proposes to Lois Lane, and this episode may be the last we see of Hawkman on the show. Given the episode title, one might suspect it’s a dramatic exit. Time will tell.
This is the mid-season finale; the show wont be back until 2011.
SMALLVILLE airs Friday at 8:00 PM/7 Central, followed by a new episode of SUPERNATURAL, Appointment In Samarra.
Variety reports that The CW has signed V (The ABC Series) producer Diego Gutierrez to develop and write a Warner Borthers Television pilot for the DC super hero Raven, who’s previously only appearred in comics and on the animated TEEN TITANS.
Created by Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez, Raven is Rachel Roth, a human/demon hybrid who lived for years in an alternate dimension. She has telepathic/empathic ablities, and the power to teleport, as well as and send out an astral body to eavesdrop or do battle.
The article suggests that the show would be a non-spin off replacement for SMALLVILLE, which ends it’s 10-year run in 2011.
In this week’s new episode of SMALLVILLE, Luthor, former regular John Glover returns as Lionel Luthor—but with a twist, as the character was previously killed off a few years back.
Tess (Cassidy Freeman) acquires a Kryptonian box that once belonged to Lionel Luthor (John Glover). When Clark (Tom Welling) accidentally activates the box, he’s transported to a parallel universe where Lionel found Clark in the cornfields instead of the Kents.
In this universe, Clark Luthor is a murderer and Lois (Erica Durance) is engaged to Oliver (Justin Hartley) and both of them hate Clark.
Clark must be careful not to tip off Lionel that he’s not his son while trying to figure out how to get back to Earth where the monster Clark Luthor was transported in his place.
Executive Producer Kelly Souders directed the episode written by Bryan Q. Miller.
SMALLVILLE airs Fridays at 8:00 PM/7:00 PM Central on The CW network, followed by SUPERNATURAL.
TV GUIDE features an interview with SMALLVILLE producers Brain Peterson and Kelly Sounders in which they revealed the following:
As hinted in previous episodes, Clark (Tom Welling) intends to propose to Lois Lane (Erica Durnace). This will happen within the next three episodes, according to Brian Peterson. They won’t say if viewers will see a wedding, but they will see Lois making plans, which will be “a bit of a ride in and of itself”.
Martha Kent (Annette O’Toole) will return, trying to protect Clark from the Vigilante Registration Act.
Last week’s revelation of Tess Mercer (Cassidy Freeman) actually being Lutessa Lena Luthor will be s storyline that continues throughout the season.
Lionel Luthor’s (John Glover) return in the episode “Luthor” takes place in an alternate universe. (One that will apparently reference a specific alternate Earth from the comics.)
Chole Sullivan’s will return in a dramatic way. “Certainly the Chloe fans will have a lot to sink their teeth into,” confided Kelly Souders.
See more SMALLVILLE info at the link above.
SMALLVILLE airs a new episodePatriot tonight at 8:00 PM/7 Central on The CW Network.
In an effort to protect the rest of the team, Oliver (Justin Hartley) decides to register for the Vigilante Registration Act to see what the government plans to do with the new law. As he suspected, it was a trap to lure superheroes to an undisclosed location where he is confined to a jail and subjected to a battery of brutal tests under the supervision of Col. Slade (guest star Michael Hogan, “Battlestar Galactica”).
Aquaman (guest star Alan Ritchson) and his new wife Mera (guest star Elena Satine) team up with Clark to free Oliver. Lois is frustrated when Clark continues to push aside her offers to help the team and sets out to prove she can play with the big boys.
Tom Welling directed the episode written by John Chisolm.
A new episode of SUPERNATURAL, Clap Your Hands If You Believe, follows at 9:00 Pm/8 Central.