8 p.m. ET/PT – Friday, October 1 on Space

After Lois departs for Egypt, the Daily Planet hires a new reporter by the name of Kat Grant to take her place. An assassin named Deadshot takes aim at Kat – but Clark learns the man has a dangerous hidden agenda that involves The Blur. Meanwhile, Carter Hall turns up in Egypt to keep an eye on Lois and he tells Lois about his wife Shayera.

10 p.m. ET – Friday, September 24 on Space

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Another TV show is headed for retirement with The CW announcing today that long-running drama Smallville will finish.

The series, which has run for an impressive nine seasons, will conclude after its tenth says the network.

Smallville follows a young Clarke Kent (Tom Welling) as he becomes the most famous superhero of all, Superman.

The CW has also decided to bring to a close the rebooted Melrose Place after the show’s first season. The series had a run of 18 episodes but has proven not as popular as the original 1990’s effort and will not return.

Meanwhile, teen drama One Tree Hill will receive a surprise eighth season.

Source: TV Squad


Sunday, May 2, 8 p.m. ET on Space


Tess tries to break into Watchtower, but inadvertently traps herself and Chloe in the security system. While Chloe tries to stop the Kandorians from downloading information from her server, Oliver pays the price when he confronts Zod.

Wednesday, May 7

Lex is attacked by a cloaked stranger who carves kryptonian symbols into his chest – a message for Clark. Chloe and Clark investigate and discover one member of the Veritas clan has survived and is hiding in a church. Clark and Lex race to be the first to find this mysterious Veritas member, who holds the key to Clark’s survival.

Wednesday, May 14

Kara tells Lex he is destined to defeat the Traveler and offers to take him to the Fortress to learn how. Clark is stunned that Kara would go to Lex, not knowing that Brainiac is impersonating Kara and she’s actually trapped in the Phantom Zone. Chloe is arrested by the Department of Domestic Security and Lana awakens from her comatose state. Meanwhile, in an epic turn of events, Clark and Lex face off in the Fortress and Lex learns Clark’s secret.

Wednesday April 30

In this episode directed by star Tom Welling, Clark discovers that Kara sent messages from Krypton in the past that indicate that Brainiac (guest star James Marsters) wants to kill Baby Kal-El so Clark will not exist in the future. Clark is torn, because he thinks the world would be better off if he had never arrived in Smallville. Jor-El arranges for him to see what life would have been like if Clark hadn’t existed: Lex is President of the United States, Kara is raised by the Luthors, Jonathan is alive, Lana is happily married and Chloe and Lois are ace reporters.

Wednesday, April 23

Clark desperately searches for Kara, and Brainiac (guest star James Marsters, Without a Trace) is the only one who can reverse Lana’s condition. Clark asks Chloe to check any large power surges in the area, so she breaks into several government computers, setting off alarms. Jimmy is caught between the Department of Security, who threatens him with jail time unless he helps them arrest Chloe, and Lex, who offers to help clear Chloe if Jimmy agrees to be in his debt.

Wednesday, April 16

The secret of Veritas leads Lex in a dangerous direction that will put Clark and him at odds. There is a major power struggle, and one character dies.

Wednesday, March 26
8 p.m

In order to strengthen his chances against Brainiac (guest star James Marsters, Without a Trace), Kara decides to teach Clark how to fly. However, Brainiac seems to have the upper hand against the super cousins, and some of Clark’s loved ones are caught in the crossfire.