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Hidden Palms: CW Finishes Kevin Williamson Drama

Hidden PalmsAs we suspected a few weeks back, CW has cancelled the steamy drama Hidden Palms after a short season of eight episodes. The series finale is set to air this Wednesday (July 4th) at 8pm but will the mystery of poor Eddie’s murder be solved? Will viewers be left hanging?

From the mind of Kevin Williamson, who also created Dawson’s Creek, this drama centered a group of teens and a mystery in idyllic Palm Springs, CA. Fewer than 1.9 million watched the debut and viewership fell even lower as the weeks went on.

Williamson was well aware that the series might not catch on and wrote the season accordingly. The killer will indeed be revealed in the final episode but, as is the case with most ongoing dramas, not all will be resolved. Williamson said, “We definitely answer a lot of questions, primarily the big one: what really happened to Eddie. We resolve who killed Eddie, but it opens a can of worms, it’s a double whammy”

What would have happened if Hidden Palms had been renewed? Williamson says that the next thirteen episodes had already been written and the series future was mapped out beyond that. He muses, “You have sort of the broad-stroke version [of the series]. I can see where it would be in four years and I could see how it would start next season in high school. The first eight episodes represent the summer. Now we would get into the beginning of the school year and introduce a lot more characters and move forward.”

Will we ever learn what the future would have held for Johnny, Greta, Nikki, Liza and the rest? Unless the prolific Williamson wants to share his plans, it looks pretty doubtful. We’ll keep our eyes and ears open so stay tuned! TV Series Finale home page

 

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Marah February 20, 2012 at 6:57 pm

Bring it back i love this show, people will love it if you guys but it back on air thats a promise

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Czeena July 7, 2009 at 7:20 am

I really hate how this show was canceled. It was by far one of my favorite ones since Freaks and Geeks (although that was on a different station and back in 2001) and if any of you have seen Freaks and Geeks then you know what I’m talking about.

It’s so sad how all these great shows are canceled because of stupid people who probably don’t even watch the show and just cancel it on a whim because they didn’t even give it a chance from the beginning (1. it was aired during the summer…who really watches tv during the summer? 2. promo = bad 3. time slot = bad as well and the list goes on)

Ugh. It makes me so sick how they keep shows like 90210 (which has already been done btw…who needs a rehash really?) And now Privileged which actually is a decent show now may be up for a cancellation. Really, why even bother now…you’ve taken all the good shows, might as well just cancel CW altogether….well that is AFTER the series finale of Supernatural haha.

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