The CW Boss on Staying In Business With SMG and Tom Welling, Saying Goodbye to Gossip Girl

Appearing Monday morning at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in Beverly Hills, The CW president Mark Pedowitz reflected (again) on Ringer‘s shortcomings (yet offered hope of more Sarah Michelle Gellar goodness to come), previewed the final season of Gossip Girl, outlined the network’s ongoing hunt for a Hunger Games-like series and more. READ MORE

'Jampacked' Smallville Finale Scoop: A 'Jewel' Of a Sendoff! Big Returns! Flash Forwards?!

With just a few days remaining between now and Smallville‘s two-hour series finale (Friday at 8/7c), the showrunners behind The CW’s superhero epic took some time on Tuesday to talk to reporters about what to expect when all is said and done. Which moments will “wow” when Clark and Lois walk down the aisle? What’s really behind Lex’s return? Will Chloe get the sendoff she deserves? And what deleted scenes might make it onto DVD? Here are the slightly-spoilerly teases Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders were willing to part with. READ MORE

Hot Shots: Smallville Series Finale Sneak Peek!

Smallville fans have much to be excited for as the series enters its final two weeks.

Just last night, a new promo for “Prophecy,” the penultimate episode airing May 6, let slip a glimpse of such infamous DC Comics baddies as Black Manta, Captain Cold and Solomon Grundy. The CW also has released the first of two batches of photos from the two-hour finale airing May 13. READ MORE & SEE 13 PHOTOS

Days' Eric Martsolf Reveals How Smallville's Tom Welling Helped Bring Booster Gold to Life

Being a daytime star in today’s TV climate can be tough, but Days of Our LivesEric Martsolf is making it work — and booked an awesome gig on The CW’s Smallville while he’s at it.

Martsolf, who hits Metropolis as over-the-top superhero Booster Gold this Friday at 8/7c, spoke with TVLine about what to expect from the future Justice Leaguer and why he’s not the least bit worried about the NBC soap he calls home. …READ MORE

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Smallville Vets Flash Back to the Pilot: Who Was Nervous? Who Found the Experience Daunting?

Prior to Smallville resuming its final season on April 15, The CW this Friday will rebroadcast the series’ 2001 pilot, which presents a teenage Clark Kent largely unaware of his legendary destiny. To mark the occasion, I wanted to share a few excerpts from a series of interviews I conducted on behalf of CBS Watch! Magazine, for a Smallville oral history featured in the upcoming May issue. READ MORE

Smallville Hot Shots: Clark's Very Super Phone-Booth Change!

Smallville‘s Clark Kent will take another step toward his iconic destiny — and all the trappings that come with it! — when he uses a telephone booth to make a super-quick change into his crimefighting alter ego.

CK’s first-ever phone-booth switcheroo from this increasingly mild-mannered reporter into he who is (for the time being) known as The Blur, comes … READ MORE