Erica Durance and Tom Welling
It took 10 years for Smallville's Clark Kent (Tom Welling) to finally become Superman — but it took a run-in with one of his greatest foes to get there.
The series finale opened on an intriguing flashforward into the future, as...
Tom Welling and Erica Durance
Smallville (Friday, 8/7c, The CW)
After 10 seasons of learning-curve, rite-of-passage superheroics, how better to graduate Clark Kent from Smallville than a super-sized two-hour series finale. Michael Rosenbaum returns as Lex Luthor (as fans chant, "It's about time"), and there will be appearances as well ...
The Luthors rise again! Smallville (The CW, 8/7c) pulls a Fringe tonight with a trip to an alternate universe where Lionel Luthor (returning guest John Glover) still lives, and his family looks very different than the one we've known for the last 10 years. Here, the superfabulous Cassidy Freeman talks about becoming the newest member of Metropolis' most messed-up clan and what we can expect from her Tess Mercer in the second half of the season.
Lionel Luthor returns to Smallville in an alternate universe where his reign has left Metropolis and Smallville in poverty, and his shady dealings are enforced by his son, Clark Luthor.
Wait, what? Clark? That's right, in the alternate universe, Lex's dad was the one to find Clark in the corn field — not the Kents.
Clark's looming marriage proposal — and 7 other Smallville spoilers
"Lionel raised Clark as his own son with Lex as his brother," John Glover, who plays the elder Luthor, tells TVGuide.com. "Clark is the son that Lionel always wanted."
Clark Kent (Tom Welling) wakes up in the new reality to find his life turned upside down. Not only does he have a new family, but...
The moment Smallville fans have been waiting for since Clark (Tom Welling) sought out General Lane to get his blessing is upon us. Executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders tell TVGuide.com that Clark will propose to Lois (Erica Durance) within the next three episodes.
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Will there be a wedding? Is Martha Kent's return tied to the occasion? Peterson and Souders spill those secrets and more, including Tess' new Luthor status, the alternate universe and Allison Mack's return.
8. Lois and Clark, Sitting in a Tree: It won't be long before the proposal. "In the next three episodes, he will have proposed," Peterson says. Whether or not that means Clark will let Lois be a part of his world will be...
There's nothing small about the 10th and final season premiere of Smallville. The season opener finds Clark (Tom Welling) coming back from death to face the ultimate challenge: becoming Superman. So what obstacles will stand in his way? And how will Lois deal with knowing his secret? Executive producer Brian Peterson tells all in our super Q&A below:
Clark Kent will have even more backup in Smallville's final season as Justice League member Aquaman is returning for November sweeps.
Alan Ritchson, who last appeared in Season 8, is set to reprise the role of Aquaman (aka Arthur "AC" Curry) in Episode 9, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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The final season of ...
Smallville is bringing Lionel Luthor back from the dead for the series' final season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Actor John Glover, who portrayed Lex Luthor's father for...
John Glover, Zachary Quinto
Lex Luthor and Sylar will soon have more in common than being TV baddies: The two will share a dad when Smallville vet John Glover arrives on Heroes as Sylar's father.
Glover has previously played Lex's dad, Lionel, but he'll be appearing sometime this spring as the man who helped bring Heroes' antihero to life, a rep for the show confirmed to TVGuide.com.
The arrival of the new father-figure will pose some challenges for Sylar... More, after the jump.
Smallville's John Glover now narrates The Drowsy Chaperone.
On the CW's Smallville, John Glover plays the scheming and sexy Lionel Luthor. But this summer he's taking a break from channeling a businessman who wants to take over the world by portraying a lovable loser who can barely make it out of his apartment: the nameless Man in Chair, aka the narrator of the delightful Broadway musical spoof The Drowsy Chaperone. A veteran character actor who honed his skills on stage, Glover has remained active in the theater, despite his busy film and TV schedule. But his turn in Drowsy marks the first time he has graced the Great White Way in over a decade. The actor chatted with TVGuide.com about his return to Broadway, his small-screen success and why he's so good at playing bad.
TVGuide.com: Although you're a theater guy, The Drowsy Chaper