Smallville Producers Letter To The Fans And Set Pictures


Warning: The following article contains pictures that contain spoilers to The Smallville Series Finale!

Well the moment fans have waited for ten long years finally happened this past Friday as Clark Kent finally took his first steps toward his destiny in the series finale of Smallville. To celebrate this momentous and in some ways sad occasion Smallville’s Executive Producers Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders sent a letter to the fans via a the well known Smallvile fansite, KryptonSite. Below along with some pictures from the finale and behind the scenes pictures from the shoot (Courtesy of former executive producer, Greg Beeman) is the full letter.

To the Greatest Fans We Could Have Wished for,

It’s hard to know where to start.  We know that we wouldn’t be writing this without you.  We wouldn’t have met all

the amazing people we’ve worked with over the years without you.  We wouldn’t have had a chance to craft our skills, be part of the world’s greatest mythology or make a difference in people’s lives without you.  For that, we are forever grateful to your support of the show.  This last few weeks have been crowded with press interviews and they all ask what we hope will be the impact of Smallville.  And the answer is simple because it’s the same impact the show has had on us: hope.  Knowing each week there were millions of

people in the world who tuned into this show because they believe in something greater, because they believe in justice, because they believe heroes exist, has humbled us and inspired us both.  It’s hard to find anything in the world that is seen as pure good, and to us, that’s what Superman and Smallville is all about.  Over the years, we’ve heard from many of you (we just moved into our new offices and there’s bamboo, paper cranes and flowers on our desk to remind us!).   Hearing what this show has

meant to people means everything to us.  We cannot say thanks to fans without saying thanks to the hundreds and

hundreds of people who have sunk their heart and a lot of sleepless hours into this show out of passion.  No one can understand the sheer force of nature it has taken twenty-two times a year to bring this show to life.  No one sees the late-night-caffeined-up hours spent in small offices both in Los Angeles and Vancouver that bring sets to life, costumes to life, words to the page, shots to screen, emotion to the camera and beautiful images that will remain in our memories.

We won’t say “goodbye,” we’ll say “til next time,”

Kelly and Brian and Everyone here in the Smallville family

Sources: KryptonSite, Greg Beeman’s Blog,

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