Smith

SmithNetwork: CBS
Episodes: Seven, only three aired (hour)
Seasons: One

Show dates: September 19 — October 3, 2006
Status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Shohreh Aghdashloo, Simon Baker, Chris Bauer, Franky G, Ray Liotta, Jonny Lee Miller, Virginia Madsen, and Amy Smart.

 

Series Description: This drama follows a group of professional thieves led by Bobby Stevens (Liotta). Bobby wants to end his criminal ways after just a few more successful jobs. Things don’t go according to plan and his wife Hope (Madsen) begins to suspect something and FBI Agents Dodd (Bauer) and Valez (Vidal) are on his trail. The rest of Bobby’s gang includes Tom (Miller), Joe (G), Jeff (Baker), Annie (Smart), Charlie (Aghdashloo), and Shawn (Doyle).

Series Finale:     
Episode seven – Seven:
Bobby gets an intriguing long-term job offer from a friend in Montreal and Tom, Jeff and Annie work on smaller burglaries when between larger jobs.
The episode did not air in its CBS run.

  

What happened next?   
There’s been no news of any plans to revive the series or characters.

  

Behind the Scenes

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This drama was the first casualty of the 2006-07 season. CBS pulled it after just three episodes due to low ratings. It was replaced by 3lbs. which was also pulled after three episodes.
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Due to an outcry from viewers, CBS posted the unaired episodes as well as synopses of the five unproduced scripts on its website. They have since been removed.
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1 Comment · Read it below or add one

  1. Gustavo says

    Smith was one great series,the action, the concept ,the music,the actors.
    I just don’t get canceling an obvious good series,due to low ratings when it’s put up against a powerhouse.You had a great hit,and just let it go.
    Let me know if there’s anyone I can write to,to voice this to please.
    Gustavo

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