Smallville Just May Get a Season 10

 

“I think creatively, we’ve been happy with the show. And it’s gotten to the point where Friday nights have improved for us, so it looks good. But we don’t know, because it’s really too early. It’s January and we don’t have to make these decisions until May. But it’s increased our adult 18-34 and it certainly has increased our men 18-34 on Friday nights. Creatively, I think it’s been in a good place. I think Tom [Welling]’s still having a good time with it. I think he’s enthusiastic about it. So, we’ll see where we are a few months from now.”

 

She went to say: “Clearly, we’re going to have a great season finale, as we would for any year, and whether or not it will be a show finale, we don’t know yet. We haven’t really talked about it, because they’re not that far along yet in the storylines, but I think it will be a good season finale for sure. And if the show doesn’t come back, I think it will be a sort of really last minute decision, because either development [for new series] was great or the show wasn’t doing as well on Friday nights. But we still have a whole half a season to go before we have to determine that.”

 

Source: IGN

 

 

‘Smallville Legends: Justice and Doom ‘ New “Content Wrap” Ad Campaign

into the commercial, making it look more like a part of the show itself and, hopefully, making it more appealing to audiences. Toyota’s Yaris vehicle will be in the spotlight in this new advertising ploy.

Each of the Toyota spots will direct viewers to an online video game at http://justice.cwtv.com/user/smallville/landing. The game offers five challenges relating to the previous five Smallville episodes, with a mysterious figures guiding players through the game. Other tie-ins for Toyota and Smallville will include a cross-carrier mobile phone campaign, a street-team distributing game clues in target cities, and a sweepstakes offering a Toyota Yaris as the grand prize.

Longtime fans of the show will be able quench their craving for more content, including answers to unexplained questions dating back to the beginning of the show, back stories behind major plot-lines, the secret history of Oliver Queen’s team, and more.

 

 

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