Pushing Daisies' final, unaired episodes are going to see the light of day — just not necessarily on television.
The canceled series' three remaining eps will be presented during April's Paley Television Festival in Los Angeles. Closure for fans of the show, as well as those of its fellow ABC casualties Eli Stone and Dirty Sexy Money, has been elusive, with the final salvo for each awaiting air dates — if they're ever set.
Last month, ABC exec Stephen McPherson said the scheduling door for the final episodes was still open, telling TVGuide.com that finding programming "real estate" was a challenge. More recently, as reported in our Mega Buzz column, the talk is that ABC will broadcast Daisies' final episodes sometime this summer, to spur DVD sales.
For the moment, Paleyfest attendees will be the first to see Daisies' final hours, with a screening set for Sunday, April 19, at Hollywood's ArcLight Cinema. Further sweetening the deal will be series creator and executive producer Bryan Fuller, on hand to introduce the event.
While neither DSM nor Eli will be featured, other April Paley panels will include Desperate Housewives, Battlestar Galactica, Dollhouse and Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. (You can get Paley's full schedule here.)