Pushing Daisies to air final episodes

ABC are set to at least allow Daisies fans to see the original 13-episode run to the finish...

Pushing Daisies

If you’re one of the many less-than-chirpy fans of axed classic, Pushing Daisies, we have a little bit of sunshine that should brighten your day – it’s coming back! Well, sort of…

It’s recently been announced that ABC plans to finally air the remaining three episodes of Bryan Fuller’s touching series (see what I did there?), episodes that were previously believed to be made available only to those who purchase the Pushing Daisies DVD box set.

The episodes were announced amongst the network’s Summer lineup, and it should begin its charge to the finish line on the 30th of May. As there are only three episodes left (Window Dressed To Kill, Water And Power and Kerplunk) it’s also assumed that the slot will then be used to screen the remaining outings of Eli Stone and Dirty Sexy Money, but this has not been confirmed.

Although Daisies will be pushed a little further with the final episodes airing, fans should be braced for a cliffhanger ending to the season which will never be resolved, at least not on television. A comic book closure may happen in the future, however.

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If you still want to own the series in full, then you’ll be able to purchase the box set, which is to be released in July by Warner Home Video. It will include the entire 13 episode run of Daisies season two, and will retail for around $40 on DVD and $50 on Blu-ray in the States.

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UPDATE:

Thanks to DoG reader, olliebean, for the heads up on the ITV UK airdates of the remaining Pushing Daisies eps. Window Dressed To Kill is, indeed, scheduled for Friday, April 17th at 10:35pm on ITV, with Water And Power set to air at the same time the following week on the 24th. We’d guess the series finale, Kerplunk, will air on May 1st and we’ll confirm the broadcast time closer to the date.

How often do we get US programs before they’re aired there? Not often! We’ll be there. Thanks again to olliebean, and ITV.