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When Did Smallville End?

Smallville is an American television series based on the DC Comics character Superman, created by Jerry Siegel. The show is an animated series and is one of the most popular shows on television. The show is produced by Warner Bros. Television and Millar Gough Ink. The show has received positive reviews from critics and the public alike.

Smallville’s seventh season saw the end of its original star, Lionel Luthor. A second character, an alternate version of the character was introduced and appeared in the final episode, but was also killed off. In Season Eight, Lana Lang was written out and only appears in a few old scenes from earlier seasons.

The show’s finale consists of two episodes. The first half was directed by Kevin G. Fair and Al Septien, and the second half was directed by Greg Beeman and Kelly Souders. Regardless of how you feel about the show’s ending, it is a high point in Superman’s television history. It is highly unlikely that the show will ever be renewed. But it will surely be missed by fans of the comics series.

Smallville was a teen-focused spin on the Superman story, and it managed to last more than 200 episodes. Its cast included Tom Welling, who played a young Clark Kent, an alien who crashed into Kansas as a baby. Smallville’s creators were careful to hide Superman’s super-suit from young Clark, which is why they imposed a “no tights, no flights” rule on the show.

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