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Stolen "Smith" Episodes to Finally Air... Online

Smith fans, you might just be in luck. Just don't celebrate... quite yet.

Beginning today, CBS will begin streaming the remaining four episodes of now-cancelled crime drama Smith on their broadband channel, Innertube. Those four episodes represent the installments that were produced before CBS cancelled the series.

The first three episodes of Smith, which had aired in the US, will also be streamed online in an effort to get (would-be) viewers up-to-date.

Meanwhile, Warner Bros. Television, the studio behind Smith, will also be offering all seven completed episodes of Smith for download beginning this month on iTunes, AOL, and Amazon as well. (Additionally, CBS.com is offering synopses of the episodes that were never actually, you know, filmed, so that fans can read how the uncompleted episodes would have played.)

Just don't expect any filmed resolution to the storyline. Smith was never intended to be a seven-episode series so I somehow doubt any of the story arcs begun in the handful of aired segments will be tied up neatly. But perhaps that's fitting for a series that never intended to play by the rules.

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Jon said…
Synopses for the unproduced episodes 8-12 are also available online at the show's site. They are very detailed, probably in an attempt to keep anyone from actually reading them.

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