CW Cancels Runaway: TV Series Finale Podcast #5

TVSeriesFinale PodcastsAn audio update on the first show from the new CW network to bite the dust, Runaway. Why was this drama about a family on the run cancelled after just three episodes? What’s going to take its place on the schedule? Maybe a beloved sitcom? Tune in to find out!

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  1. Yvonne says

    I love the show! Really don´t understand why it was cancelled! BUT I soooo didn´t like the crappy ending! It was so sudden!! She confessed the murder and boom, THE END!! WHAT???

  2. Harry Wang says

    I am in Malaysia & I have just watched the last episode where Leslie Hope confessed the murder. It is very dissapointing to learn that that’s the end of the show. I just can’t understand why this show did not get good ratings. CW should resume this show as I am sure it will get more audience. Just give it some time.

  3. Martin Lynch says

    In Argentina 9 episodes were aired and in the last one Leslie Hope confess the murder and that was the end of Runaway.

  4. paul says

    What happened in the last episode of runaway. Missed last 10 minutes after it appears Paul’s wife is the killer.

  5. Zoe says

    well im glad i live in the uk and have got to see all 9 episodes!! this show is addictive i dont know what your on about!!

  6. kristy deaton says

    what happened to your series “related” about the 4 sisters? that was a great show about family and coming together no matter what happens!! you really should bring it back.

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