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Smallville Just May Get a Season 10

SmallvilleMost Smallville fans have been wondering if this would be the last season due to the CW moving the show to Friday nights, though the series ratings dropped because of the new night which is one of the toughest for genre shows, it has held it’s own and in fact the ratings have steadily been increasing for Smallville as this season has progressed. Well IGN caught up with Dawn Ostroff, the President of Entertainment of The CW Television, and it seems that Smallville has a excellent chance of getting Season 10, here is what she had to say about the series.

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Why Genre Shows are Dying! Part 1

TV viewingI just finished reading a article by Michael Hinman over at SyFy Portal, oh my bad, that's Airlock Alpha these days since I guess he sold out to the suits at SyFy Channel, which use to be the SciFi Channel, but I'll get into that another time. Anywho, the article was about Sci-Fi shows taking a beating in the ratings and was spouting on and on about last year ratings compared to this years ratings, and about shows being cancelled like  "Knight Rider" that was on NBC, "Pushing Daisies" that was on ABC, and "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" that was on Fox, and that if something doesn't change we are going to lose more shows. Guess what folks, the reason we are losing so many shows is that most of them suck!! Read on to find out why.

Lizards are in, V premiere lands big ratings

They came, they saw, they conquered primetime.  

ABC's "V" premiere was Tuesday's highest-rated program in the adult demo, cracking usual leader CBS' drama-series choke-hold on the evening.

‘King of the Hill’ Canned, But the Show Goes On!

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Well "King of Hill" has been cancelled, but apparently that’s not 100% correct. At least one network has already expressed interest in the show, which was recently canned by Fox.
The suitor is none other than ABC, as "King of the Hill" would make a strong companion to the network’s upcoming animated comedy "The Goode Family," which comes from "King of the Hill" executive producers Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky.

‘Heroes’ is Having Major Problems

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Well it seems that Heroes is digging a mighty deep hole and as each new episode passes it’s just getting deeper and darker with no chance of ever getting out it seems. Well to add to woe’s it seems that "Heroes" co-executive producers Jesse Alexander and Jeph Loeb have been fired by NBC, thats right folks I said Fired! The writers/producers have been with the show since its first season and were known to have led the day-to-day production operation under the direction of creator/executive producer Tim Kring.

‘Heroes’ Still Slipping


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The decline of folks watching "Heroes" continued Monday as the show hit a new ratings low, leaving NBC well behind ABC and CBS for the night.
I have to admit I haven’t been been watching Heroes the first night it airs this season, but I do record the show on the good ole DVR and watch it later in the week when I’m just bored to death. I wasn’t impressed by the Season 3 premier last week at all, they said the show was getting back to it’s roots like it was in Season 1 but I haven’t seen that prevail yet…