(2001 - present)
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Complete 1st Season (09/23/2003) [Buy It]
Complete 2nd Season (05/25/2004) [Buy It]
Complete 3rd Season (11/16/2004) [Buy It]
Complete 4th Season (9/13/2005) [Buy It]
Complete 5th Season (9/12/2006) [Buy It]
(04/11/06) - The Boston Herald has posted an article about actress Annette O'Toole (Martha Kent) getting more airtime this season. "Boy, are they writing for me," O'Toole said. "I get to work so much with John Glover. I've never seen anybody work so hard; he is such an amazingly dedicated actor, an inspiration, and just so much fun. I do feel bad about John Schneider, but it did free up this character in (the producers' and writers') minds. I always felt there was potential they didn't tap into, but now they see her as her own person, not just an extension of Jonathan's fatherly ways."
Also, actress Erica Durance (Lois Lane) will be appearing at Wizard World Philadelphia on June 3rd.
(04/06/06) - According to Variety, a federal judge in Los Angeles has found that Smallville may be infringing on the copyrights held by the widow and daughter of Jerome Siegel, creator of the original Superboy character. The judge also found that Joanne Siegel and Laura Siegel Larson had successfully recaptured the Superboy rights as of Nov. 17, 2004.
The ruling causes doubt about the ownership of Smallville episodes that have aired since that date. Warner Brothers said in response that it "respectfully disagrees" with the rulings and will pursue an appeal, the trade paper said. A trial date was not set in the suit.
Also, TV Guide's Michael Ausiello has spoilers about Smallville in his most recent column.
(01/24/06) - AOL has a new preview clip of Thursday's 100th episode, beware spoilers.
Also, TV Guide Online recently did an interview with co-creator Al Gough. They talk about tomorrow's 100th episode, Aquaman, and more.
(01/19/06) - Tom Welling (Clark Kent) told reporters, at the Television Critics Association winter press tour in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 16, that next weeks 100th episode will move Clark closer to his destiny as Superman.
"For us, it was a really exciting episode to shoot, because it's a turning point," Welling said. "I think from this episode on, this show is going to be very different from what it's been in the past. And I also think we're finally going to get to what I believe the audience wanted the show to be."
"We're getting [to] a point in the series after five seasons, 100 episodes, where these characters are now saying, 'All right, look, we've been doing this for a couple of years now. Let's start moving forwards. Let's figure out why we're not getting along. Let's see if our relationship works,'" Welling said. "Or, in other cases, like Lex and Clark, 'You're not who I thought you were.'"
The upcoming 100th episode will also feature the death of a major character. "I think it was bittersweet for that person themselves," he said. "Because I think they were looking forward to a little time off. But then, when the day came, that person was caught a few times on set just kind of looking around, going, 'Yeah, well, I guess this is it.'"
None of the cast members knew which character would die until they read the script. "This show did a really good job, leading up to this episode, to not hint toward it at all," he said. "And when the death occurs in the 100th episode, it's a complete surprise to every single character. It's not something that Lex planned or that the audience may have known or have hints about in the future, like sometimes happens in episodic television. This is a complete surprise for everyone. And I literally didn't know who it was until I read the script."
(11/10/05) - Ever since Aquaman appeared on Smallville, there has been a rumor that the WB is working on an Aquaman spin-off. Although vague, TV Guide did say this when asked: "Those rumors you heard about a possible Aquaman spin-off? All true."
(09/27/05) - Alfred Gough, executive producer of Smallville, recently spoke to SCI FI Wire about the upcoming fifth season. This season the characters go to college. The new college environment will "open up the storytelling, getting into some stories with some more adult themes. Bigger themes. Even Superman themes," Gough said in the interview.
"You'll see the Fortress of Solitude. ... What's in that spaceship is also going to be very interesting. It will propel the show in a new direction. You're going to see Lex (Michael Rosenbaum) and Clark much more at odds this year. You'll see Lana and Clark together. And I think you'll see Chloe and Clark become much better friends. She'll reveal that she knows the secret pretty early on, so that's sort of a bond for their friendship. And it's interesting, because your best friend knows the secret. Your girlfriend doesn't. And then there will be some interesting things going on with the parents, too. Lionel (John Glover) is up to no good, as usual."
"Then we're going to do an episode where we meet a young Aquaman," he added. Also, James Marsters will play Brainiac for at least seven episodes, he said. "You'll see him in the premiere, but his stories kick in around episode four."
Does the entire cast return? "Everyone but Jensen Ackles, who, of course, got hit by a meteor and moved to Tuesday nights on a new show (laughs)." Ackles now stars in the new series Supernatural.
(09/09/05) - Now Playing Magazine has recently posted an interview with Smallville co-creator Al Gough. Gough gives the readers a sneak pick into the upcoming fifth season.
(08/18/05) - According to TV Guide Online, Carrie Fisher (Star Wars) will guest-star in the Oct. 27 episode, playing Pauline Kahn, the editor-in-chief of the Daily Planet, whom Chloe meets in hopes of landing an internship.
(07/27/05) - Stuntman Christopher Sayour is in serious condition after falling from a tower during the filming of a stun for Smallville. Check out the details here.
(07/26/05) - Tom Welling announced at the Television Critics Press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif. that James Marsters (Spike on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel), will be making a guest appearance on Smallville.
"Joining us this season will be another famous character from Superman lore, Milton Fine, also known as Brainiac," Welling said. "Brainiac, the ultimate villain, will be played by someone you are very familiar with, James Marsters of Angel, but this time without the British accent and the blond hair, which I'm kind of sad about, but we'll see."
Executive producer Al Gough told SCI FI Wire that he and the other writers had been wanting to introduce the character for a while. "We always thought he was fantastic in Buffy and then in Angel, and he just felt like he'd be a good fit for this character," he said. "He was always sort of the first guy we wanted, and we met with him and told him the arc for what we wanted for Milton Fine as Brainiac."
"He's a wonderful actor beyond being Spike, so I think he'll bring all of that to the role," he said. "We've talked about it, and what's nice is, he's going to be one of Clark's college professors. ... It's more of the grand seduction of Clark Kent rather than someone coming in and them throwing each other around. And I think James is really up for the challenge."
Welling also announced the introduction of Aquaman, who will have a relationship with Lois Lane. "We actually had planned to do [it], because there are only so many DC comics that they're not developing as movies that we've been allowed to [do]," Gough said. "We wanted Wonder Woman, we couldn't get her. We wanted Batman, we couldn't get him. So we got The Flash. And then we said, 'How about Aquaman?' He's a much maligned character. So for our show, we thought he's a great character to teach Clark, basically, to think globally. Our take on Aquaman at this point is that he's like an environmental activist, who teaches Clark that there's more to life than just Smallville and college and things like that."
Tom Wopat, who co-starred with Smallville's John Schneider in 1980s television series The Dukes of Hazzard, will play a senator with undisclosed ties to Schneider's character.
(05/18/05) - The WB announced, as part of its upfront presentation to advertisers in New York City on May 17, that Smallville will move to Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
(04/22/05) - A recent interview with the BBC website give us an idea of why the character Bridgette Crosby (played by Margot Kidder) won't be coming back.
"You had a role in the Smallville. What was that like?"
"I was in two episodes playing the Christopher Reeve character's emissary. He acted the part of Dr Swan but I had a disagreement with people on the show about how to handle Chris's death so I backed out of doing it. They wanted to have my character announce Dr Swan's death, which I thought was exploitative. I kept saying: 'You can't have Margot Kidder/Lois Lane/aka this new character go on and shed tears over Dr Swan/Superman/Chris Reeve - it's just not right.' Chris was a friend of mine, I loved him and thought it was a really tasteless idea. It's a good series, though, and I'd like to be in it again but it's up to the producers."
(12/06/04) - According to Mediaweek.com, last Wednesday's episode (Scare) was a season low for Smallville, with a 3.1/5 in the overnights and a 2.3 in adults 18-49.
(10/14/04) - According to Comics Continuum, Jane Seymour will be appearing in five episodes. Seymour will play Genevieve, the mother of Jason Teague. Genevieve is a rich, powerful Metropolis socialite who may hold the key to Lana's mysterious tattoo.
(8/5/04) - According to the Comics Continuum Web site, genre actor Michael Ironside (SeaQuest DSV, Starship Troopers, Total Recall) will play Gen. Sam Lane, the father of Lois Lane (Erica Durance), in the upcoming fourth season.
(7/21/04) - The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed the rumors that Erica Durance has been signed for a 13-episode run to play Lois Lane, starting with the season premiere. Also, Jensen Ackles will be joining the cast during the show's fourth season, playing a character named Jason Teague.
(4/29/04) - KryptonSite reports that one of the main characters will be leaving the show at the end of this season. The character leaving is (highlight the hidden text, if you donít mind being spoiled) Pete Ross (Sam Jones III).
Tom Welling as Clark Kent
Michael Rosenbaum as Alexander "Lex" Joseph Luthor
John Glover as Lionel Luthor
Kristin Kreuk as Lana Lang
Allison Mack as Chloe Sullivan
Annette O'Toole as Martha Clark Kent
John Schneider as Jonathan Kent
Jensen Ackles as Jason Teague (Season 4)
Samuel L. Jones as Peter "Pete" Ross (Season 1-3)
Eric Johnson as Whitney Fordman (2001 - 2002)
Joe Davola - Executive Producer
Brian Robbins - Executive Producer
Mike Tollin - Executive Producer
Alfred Gough - Executive Producer
Miles Millar - Executive Producer
|Episode #||Prod #||Original|
| ||Episode Title|
|Season One |
|1.|| 1-1||475165||16-Oct-2001|| ||Pilot|
|2.|| 1-2||227601||23-Oct-2001|| ||Metamorphosis|
|3.|| 1-3||227603||30-Oct-2001|| ||Hothead|
|4.|| 1-4||227604||06-Nov-2001|| ||X-Ray|
|5.|| 1-5||227605||13-Nov-2001|| ||Cool|
|6.|| 1-6||227606||20-Nov-2001|| ||Hourglass|
|7.|| 1-7||227607||27-Nov-2001|| ||Craving|
|8.|| 1-8||227602||11-Dec-2001|| ||Jitters|
|9.|| 1-9||227608||15-Jan-2002|| ||Rogue|
|10.|| 1-10||227609||29-Jan-2002|| ||Shimmer|
|11.|| 1-11||227610||05-Feb-2002|| ||Hug|
|12.|| 1-12||227611||12-Feb-2002|| ||Leech|
|13.|| 1-13||227612||26-Feb-2002|| ||Kinetic|
|14.|| 1-14||227613||12-Mar-2002|| ||Zero|
|15.|| 1-15||227614||19-Mar-2002|| ||Nicodemus|
|16.|| 1-16||227615||16-Apr-2002|| ||Stray|
|17.|| 1-17||227616||23-Apr-2002|| ||Reaper|
|18.|| 1-18||227617||30-Apr-2002|| ||Drone|
|19.|| 1-19||227618||07-May-2002|| ||Crush|
|20.|| 1-20||227619||14-May-2002|| ||Obscura|
|21.|| 1-21||227620||21-May-2002|| ||Tempest (1)|
|Season Two |
|22.|| 2-1||175051||24-Sep-2002|| ||Vortex (2)|
|23.|| 2-2||175052||01-Oct-2002|| ||Heat|
|24.|| 2-3||175053||08-Oct-2002|| ||Duplicity|
|25.|| 2-4||175054||15-Oct-2002|| ||Red|
|26.|| 2-5||175055||22-Oct-2002|| ||Nocturne|
|27.|| 2-6||227621||29-Oct-2002|| ||Redux|
|28.|| 2-7||175056||05-Nov-2002|| ||Lineage|
|29.|| 2-8||175057||12-Nov-2002|| ||Ryan|
|30.|| 2-9||175058||19-Nov-2002|| ||Dichotic|
|31.|| 2-10||175059||26-Nov-2002|| ||Skinwalker|
|32.|| 2-11||175060||14-Jan-2003|| ||Visage|
|33.|| 2-12||175062||21-Jan-2003|| ||Insurgence|
|34.|| 2-13||175061||28-Jan-2003|| ||Suspect|
|35.|| 2-14||175063||04-Feb-2003|| ||Rush|
|36.|| 2-15||175064||11-Feb-2003|| ||Prodigal|
|37.|| 2-16|| ||18-Feb-2003|| ||Fever|
|38.|| 2-17|| ||25-Feb-2003|| ||Rosetta|
|39.|| 2-18|| ||15-Apr-2003|| ||Visitor|
|40.|| 2-19|| ||22-Apr-2003|| ||Precipice|
|41.|| 2-20|| ||29-Apr-2003|| ||Witness|
|42.|| 2-21|| ||06-May-2003|| ||Accelerate|
|43.|| 2-22|| ||13-May-2003|| ||Calling (1)|
|44.|| 2-23|| ||20-May-2003|| ||Exodus (2)|
|Season Three |
|45.|| 3-1|| ||01-Oct-2003|| ||Exile (1)|
|46.|| 3-2|| ||08-Oct-2003|| ||Phoenix (2)|
|47.|| 3-3|| ||15-Oct-2003|| ||Extinction|
|48.|| 3-4|| ||22-Oct-2003|| ||Slumber|
|49.|| 3-5|| ||29-Oct-2003|| ||Perry|
|50.|| 3-6|| ||05-Nov-2003|| ||Relic|
|51.|| 3-7|| ||12-Nov-2003|| ||Magnetic|
|52.|| 3-8|| ||19-Nov-2003|| ||Shattered|
|53.|| 3-9|| ||14-Jan-2004|| ||Asylum|
|54.|| 3-10|| ||21-Jan-2004|| ||Whisper|
|55.|| 3-11|| ||28-Jan-2004|| ||Delete|
|56.|| 3-12|| ||04-Feb-2004|| ||Hereafter|
|57.|| 3-13|| ||11-Feb-2004|| ||Velocity|
|58.|| 3-14|| ||18-Feb-2004|| ||Obsession|
|59.|| 3-15|| ||25-Feb-2004|| ||Resurrection|
|60.|| 3-16|| ||03-Mar-2004|| ||Crisis|
|61.|| 3-17|| ||14-Apr-2004|| ||Legacy|
|62.|| 3-18|| ||21-Apr-2004|| ||Truth|
|63.|| 3-19|| ||28-Apr-2004|| ||Memoria|
|64.|| 3-20|| ||05-May-2004|| ||Talisman (1)|
|65.|| 3-21|| ||12-May-2004|| ||Forsaken|
|66.|| 3-22|| ||19-May-2004|| ||Covenant (1)|
|Season Four |
|67.|| 4-1|| ||22-Sep-2004|| ||Crusade|
|68.|| 4-2|| ||29-Sep-2004|| ||Gone|
|69.|| 4-3|| ||06-Oct-2004|| ||Facade|
|70.|| 4-4|| ||13-Oct-2004|| ||Devoted|
|71.|| 4-5|| ||20-Oct-2004|| ||Run|
|72.|| 4-6|| ||27-Oct-2004|| ||Transference|
|73.|| 4-7|| ||03-Nov-2004|| ||Jinx|
|74.|| 4-8|| ||10-Nov-2004|| ||Spell|
|75.|| 4-9|| ||17-Nov-2004|| ||Bound|
|76.|| 4-10|| ||01-Dec-2004|| ||Scare|
|77.|| 4-11|| ||26-Jan-2005|| ||Unsafe|
|78.|| 4-12|| ||02-Feb-2005|| ||Pariah|
|79.|| 4-13|| ||09-Feb-2004|| ||Recruit|
|80.|| 4-14|| ||16-Feb-2005|| ||Krypto|
|81.|| 4-15|| ||23-Feb-2005|| ||Sacred|
|82.|| 4-16|| ||02-Mar-2005|| ||Lucy|
|83.|| 4-17|| ||13-Apr-2005|| ||Onyx|
|84.|| 4-18|| ||20-Apr-2005|| ||Spirit|
|85.|| 4-19|| ||27-Apr-2005|| ||Blank|
|86.|| 4-20|| ||04-May-2005|| ||Ageless|
|87.|| 4-21|| ||11-May-2005|| ||Forever|
|88.|| 4-22|| ||18-May-2005|| ||Commencement|
|Season Five |
|89.|| 5-01|| ||29-Sep-2005|| ||Arrival|
|90.|| 5-02|| ||06-Oct-2005|| ||Mortal|
|91.|| 5-03|| ||13-Oct-2005|| ||Hidden|
|92.|| 5-04|| ||20-Oct-2005|| ||Aqua|
|93.|| 5-05|| ||27-Oct-2005|| ||Thirst|
|94.|| 5-06|| ||03-Nov-2005|| ||Exposed|
|95.|| 5-07|| ||10-Nov-2005|| ||Splinter|
|96.|| 5-08|| ||17-Nov-2005|| ||Solitude|
|97.|| 5-09|| ||01-Dec-2005|| ||Lexmas|
|98.|| 5-10|| ||12-Jan-2006|| ||Fanatic|
|99.|| 5-11|| ||19-Jan-2006|| ||Lockdown|
|100.|| 5-12|| ||26-Jan-2006|| ||Reckoning|
|101.|| 5-13|| ||02-Feb-2006|| ||Vengeance|
|102.|| 5-14|| ||09-Feb-2006|| ||Tomb|
|103.|| 5-15|| ||16-Feb-2006|| ||Cyborg|
|104.|| 5-16|| ||30-Mar-2006|| ||Hypnotic|
|105.|| 5-17|| ||06-Apr-2006|| ||Void|
|106.|| 5-18|| ||13-Apr-2006|| ||Fragile|
|107.|| 5-19|| ||20-Apr-2006|| ||Mercy|
|108.|| 5-20|| ||27-Apr-2006|| ||Fade|
|109.|| 5-21|| ||04-May-2006|| ||Oracle|
|110.|| 5-22|| ||11-May-2006|| ||Vessel|
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