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Smallville debuted in the fall of 2001 on the WB Television Network and ended on May 13, 2011. The show spent 10 years on the air and is the story of Clark Kent before he accepts his superhero gig of Superman. Actor Tom Welling portrays the role of Clark Kent during his early years as he attends high school, saves the town and spends time with his friends.

During the first four years of the show, Clark faces numerous bad guys after they become infected by the green meteor rocks that arrived with Clark from his home planet of Krypton. Viewers discover that Clark has a crush on Lana Lang, the girl next door who is played by actress Kristen Kreuk, while one of Clark

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The CW
10 Seasons, 216 Episodes - Canceled/Ended
Drama, Science Fiction
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  • In the series finale, Clark Kent reaches his pinnacle when he takes the last step to becoming the Man of Steel.

  • When Clark and Lois go to the Fortress to receive Jor-El's blessing for their marriage, Jor-El gives them a unique gift - Lois receives Clark's super powers so she can see what it's like to be him for a day.

  • Tess discovers that General Slade was found unconscious on a street corner, proof that someone has infiltrated the Phantom Zone's escape portal and sent him back.

  • Following the events with the VRA, Lois counsels Clark it's best to make 'Clark Kent' forgettable and awkward so people don't suspect he's The Blur.

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Supergirl Is Getting Her Own TV Show...Who Should Play the Role?

Here's some good news for those who were bummed out about the failure of the "Wonder Woman" TV show: Supergirl might be getting her own show soon! A "Supergirl" show is currently being shopped around to networks with the hopes of premiering within the next two years. Not much is known about the show yet, but producer Michael Green, who worked on fellow DC Comics shows "Smallville" and "Gotham," is said to be on board. That, combined with the DC Comics label, probably makes "Supergirl" more likely to land at The CW or FOX, where shows like "Arrow," "The Flash" and "Gotham" currently reside.

The CW Planning Wonder Woman Series, 'Smallville' Style

The CW is quickly becoming a safe house for homeless superheroes. Last year, NBC attempted to develop a "Wonder Woman" series starring Adrianne Palicki as the classic DC Comics superheroine. That didn't exactly pan out, so the Amazon princess is up for grabs. Enter The CW: the network that brought you another DC superhero in a TV series with the long-running "Smallville" and its take on the Superman mythos. The network is also premiering "Arrow," a show based on the Green Arrow, who made an appearance in "Smallville" as well.

Watch 3 Trailers of The CW's New 2012 Shows, Including 'Smallville' Spinoff 'Arrow'

With the departure of "Smallville" last year, The CW has some big, superhero-sized shoes to fill. Fortunately, they have an interesting slate of new shows coming in, including one that acts as a sort-of spinoff to "Smallville." That spinoff would be the very simply titled "Arrow," which takes the Green Arrow character from the DC Comics universe (who was featured heavily in later seasons of "Smallville") and puts him in his own show. The potential for new DC characters to join the cast is big, as it was in "Smallville.

First Still Appears From CW's 'Arrow'

Seeing Stephen Amell actually don the Green Arrow duds somehow makes The CW's latest DC Universe endeavor feel that much more....official. Deadline today has the network's first official still hyping "Arrow," the forthcoming origin story-ish pilot spun off from the legendary Emerald Archer's run on "Smallville." David Nutter has his ties to both shows - he was behind the camera for the "Smallville" pilot that led to a 10-season run, and he'll also be directing "Arrow.

Stephen Amell Lands 'Green Arrow' Pilot Lead

When The CW ordered a pilot for a pitched "Smallville" spin-off spotlighting Superman's fellow legendary DC Comics protagonist Green Arrow, it was made known that "Arrow" wouldn't star the young Oliver Queen of over 70 "Smallville" episodes, Justin Hartley. Now, it can be confirmed: as reported by Deadline, Queen/Green Arrow will be instead played by Stephen Amell. As heroic turns go, it's one hell of a consolation prize for Amell: he was recently also a finalist to replace the late Andy Whitfield in the titular lead on the hit Starz drama "Spartacus.

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