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Creators of 'Reaper' Reveal How the Show Would Have Ended

by Brad Trechak, posted Feb 2nd 2010 11:32AM
ReaperIn an interview, series creators Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters reveal how they would have ended the series 'Reaper' had it continued to its conclusion (however many seasons that would have taken). You can read the original article for the actual revelation. I simply want to add a non-spoiler point or two.

Fazekas and Butters have worked with Joss Whedon on 'Dollhouse' and are obviously fans of his, so why not go the 'Buffy' Season 9 route and turn future seasons of 'Reaper' into comic books? It would certainly translate well given the fantasy nature of the show. To reveal the end for the show in an interview, while appreciated by fans, does not seem an economically wise move.

Of course, there is still a great deal that the creators have not revealed. For example, why did Steve prevent Sam from getting out of the contract? And how, if ever, did Andi get out of her agreement with the Devil? There could be a 'Reaper, Season 3' graphic novel yet.

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The Bonnie Hunt Show is coming to an end

by Allison Waldman, posted Dec 8th 2009 11:02AM
bonnie_hunt_show_WBAfter a two year stint in syndication, The Bonnie Hunt Show is coming to an end. In a syndicated world where the gossip-mongering of TMZ, The Insider and Extra thrive, a sweet talk show like Bonnie's just didn't cut the mustard. Apparently, there's only room for one show like that and it's called The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Warner Brothers, which syndicates The Bonnie Hunt Show, announced its decision to take it off the air at the end of this season. Bonnie addressed her staff immediately. I'm sure Bonnie Hunt's agent is busy lining up new projects for her. She's too funny, too talented and too good to be out of work for long. I hope the employees on her show do as well.

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Lost creators promise answers, not Sopranos-style ending

by Anna Johns, posted Jun 14th 2007 1:29PM
lostLost creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse recently made an appearance at a Promax/BDA conference where they made some promises about the series ending and provided some insight on extras they have planned for next season.

First of all, the two promising fans that they will not give the series a "murky" ending, like what happened with this week's series finale of The Sopranos. They said they will answer questions and explain the island's mysteries over the next 48 episodes.

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David Chase talks about The Sopranos finale

by Joel Keller, posted Jun 12th 2007 3:01PM
David ChaseGive David Chase some credit. He promised Alan Sepinwall of the Newark Star-Ledger an interview right after the finale of The Sopranos aired. Sure enough, even though he's on a sabbatical in France and is denying all interview requests, he kept his promise and spoke to Sepinwall yesterday, despite the controversy surrounding how his series closed out its run.

Did he reveal what happened in final scene, where Tony Soprano eyes some shady figures while waiting for his family to arrive for dinner, after it cut to black? Of course not. But he did try to allay fan's assertions that he pulled the rug out from under them.

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Gilmore Girls is done; series finale to air May 15

by Joel Keller, posted May 3rd 2007 2:59PM
Lauren Graham and Alexis BledelTV Squad HQ just received a missive from Warner Brothers and The CW. It's a joint statement that says that Gilmore Girls will air its series finale on May 15th (A representative for Warner Brothers confirmed the note).

Yes, you heard me: series finale. After seven seasons, it looks like both the studio and the network have decided to pull the plug and end the show. There were rumors floating around that co-star Alexis Bledel was not going to sign a new contract for an 8th season, and the show couldn't really continue without her. Given the middling quality of the episodes this year, especially in the extremely rocky first half of the season, this seems like the right time to end the show, though it now seems like we're in a rush to the finish line to try to tie up all the show's loose ends.

So, this means we have two episodes left. Do you think Rory will get married to Logan? Will Lorelai and Luke take that boat trip that Luke was going to go on with his daughter April? And do you folks think the show needed more time to resolve these storylines? Let me know in the comments. The joint statement is after the jump.

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