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Reminder: "Pushing Daisies" Returns with New Episodes Tomorrow

Just a quick reminder that Pushing Daisies returns tomorrow evening with a brand new episode.

While Daisies is sadly dead (and even Ned can't bring it back to life with a touch), ABC will be airing the final three unaired episodes of Pushing Daisies Saturdays at 10 pm ET/PT beginning this weekend.

I had the opportunity to see the final three installments of Bryan Fuller's masterpiece back in April and I loved every second of the three gorgeously crafted unaired episodes. (You can read my advance review of Daisies' final three installments here.)

It's with more than a little sadness that Daisies wraps its run but, given the series' own penchant for blending life with death, I urge you to approach these episodes with the excitement and zest that they deserve. (And be sure to come back here each Monday to discuss the latest installment.)

So why not grab yourself a piece of pie (preferably with gruyere baked in the crust), get out the plastic wrap, and settle in tomorrow night for one of the very last adventures with Ned, Chuck, Olive, and Emerson?

Tomorrow night on Pushing Daisies ("Window Dressed to Kill"), Emerson enlists Chuck's help to investigate the murder of a window dresser after Ned declares he's no longer using his "gift" to solve crimes; Olive gets a blast from her past when the two cons who kidnapped her as a child break out of jail.

Comments

monya said…
I totally forgot this was on tomorrow! Thanks for the heads up! I love PD and am so sad that ABC got rid of my favorite show on T.V.!!!!
Hadley said…
FINALLY! I've been dying (heh) to see these final episodes and can't wait for Saturday night!!!
Bella Spruce said…
I was lucky enough to see these final episodes during the Paley TV festival and they were brilliant! I will certainly be tuning in to watch them again...and again...and again!
M3Mark said…
Tomorrow's episode won't be airing in the Seattle market-- it's preempted by the "Childrens Miracle" telethon!! Oh, bother.

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