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message 1: by Holli (new)

Holli I'm going to have to list this one under guilty pleasures...I love this show!! This is Dallas for the 2000's


message 2: by Trudy (new)

Trudy (tblaine9) | 105 comments This is one of my lost shows for this season... I loved it last year but I failed to tape it this year... How is it going?

message 3: by Melissa (new)

Melissa Personally, it's gotten lame right from the get go. I've been disappointed that there isn't a bigger mystery carrying through the season. BTW, this one is on the brink of being cancelled. I think they hurt themselves not having a few episodes right after the strike was over. It's not holding my attention this season.

message 4: by Holli (new)

Holli I actually like it this season...of course I thought last year's was better with the nurder mystery going on but this year is good too. You just have to take it for what it is I guess....a nighttime soap. :)

message 5: by Holli (new)

Holli Just saw this today....

"Los Angeles (E! Online) – ABC has canceled Pushing Daisies, executive producer Bryan Fuller has confirmed to me exclusively.

"I just heard the news," star Kristin Chenoweth tells us in an exclusive interview tonight. "Obviously it's a bittersweet night." (Keep reading for much more from Bryan and Kristin.)

According to our inside sources, Eli Stone and Dirty Sexy Money also have been canceled. Reps for both shows have declined to comment. However, sources who work on Eli and DSM say they were informed today the shows would not continue.

So what happened? And is there any chance these characters will live on?

Bryan Fuller tells me, "[ABC president:] Steve McPherson called me and said, 'We gave it the best shot we could.' "

According to Fuller, the facts are these: "It's very likely that Pushing Daisies will end after episode 13, which as you know, is a cliffhanger. But we are talking to DC Comics about doing comic books that will wrap up our storylines, and I already have a pitch for a [big-screen:] movie ready to go."

ABC intends to air the remaining Daisies episodes that have been shot, either in the current Wednesday at 8 p.m. timeslot or in another spot.

"To be honest," Fuller tells me, "I'm really not feeling very boo hoo about it. I am so proud of the show. We put together 22 really good episodes, and there is a lot to be proud of. I'm sure I'll be working with a lot of these people again, and I would love to do so."

As reported by the Hollywood Reporter and E! News earlier today, the ratings for last night's "Oh, Oh, Oh, It's Magic" episode were the series' worst ever numbers in the key 18-49 demographic.

"I think the writers' strike did it," Kristin Chenoweth (Daisies' Olive Snook) tells us tonight. "I think that the ratings for all the shows are poor this year and it's not what the networks were hoping for. I'm not sure why ABC decided to axe our show. I know they don't own us, so I know that probably has something to do with it, but who knows?"

We caught up with Kristin at the premiere for her new movie Four Christmases, shortly after she was told Daisies was canceled.

"I just found out about an hour ago," she said. "Pushing Daisies will probably forever be one of my most happiest times of my career. I loved being apart of that show, such quality, and I'm very sad."

As for all the storylines that will be left hanging, Kristin says, "We don't really have a closure. It's going to leave a lot of our friends wondering." So would she do a movie? "I hope [Bryan Fuller:] does it because there's nothing like his mind. I often ask him if his brains hurt because there's so many ideas inside of his head. I would love to do a movie."

You heard the woman. Bryan, Warner Brothers, let's make it happen, okay?

Also, to you fans, please know that we are very much trying to get info for you on Eli and DSM as well, but so far have not been able to dig up any info beyond the confirmation from sources who work on the show that they were told it's over. We will update you as soon as we hear more."

message 6: by Jackie (new)

Jackie (thelastwolf) | 4961 comments I love the crazy Darlings! I'm so annoyed they keep cancelling all the good show!

message 7: by Holli (new)

Holli They started airing the final four episodes of this show last night...

message 8: by Stephanie (new)

Stephanie The episode that aired on the 18th of July...I don't get it. Did any of that stuff happen. I am confused.

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