Answer: I signed it, too. Not sure there's much else we can do, except bombard Ms. Ostroff with letters and get as many people as possible to watch Everwood's final episodes. Apparently, per CW policy, if a show attracts more than seven million viewers, it automatically gets renewed. And that includes episodes that are advertised as a series finale. (THIS JUST IN: Check out my blog for breaking news on a major Everwood player heading to Gilmore Girls!)
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