Saturday, April 11, 2009

TV Buzz: "Pushing Daisies," "Eli Stone," and "Dirty Sexy Money" Finales

Summer Saturdays will be filled with the final episodes of three ABC shows that were canceled: "Pushing Daisies," "Eli Stone" and "Dirty Sexy Money." Finally, we'll get some closure. Here's when they'll return:

"Pushing Daisies": May 30-June 13
"Eli Stone": June 20-July 11
"Dirty Sexy Money": July 18-Aug. 8

Find out what the cast of "Pushing Daisies" is up to:
Lee Pace's (Ned) body-switching thriller, Possession, may have went straight to DVD--explaining why Sarah Michelle Gellar has returned to TV after a failed attempt at film--but he has the drama coming up called A Single Man. It chronicles a day in the life of an English professor (Colin Firth) whose partner just died.
Anna Friel (Chuck) will be yucking it up on the big screen with Will Ferrell in the live-action adaptation of Land of the Lost, and getting semi serious in the comedic crime drama Angel Maker, which is about wives who murder their husbands after they return from war to discover other men have replaced them.
Chi McBride (Emerson) scored a part in the dramedy Happy Together. It's about "a mother and wife stricken with memory loss allows a dysfunctional family a second chance at harmony and happiness."
Kristin Chenoweth (Olive) is the busiest of all. Not only is she voicing a character on FOX's animated fall series "Sit Down, Shut Up," she'll be headlining her own NBC law dramedy, "Legally Mad." She also has three new films in the works: a drama called Into Temptation, where she plays a suicidal prostitute, the animated film Rapunzel, and an adaptation of the Broadway musical Wicked.

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