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Come inside to chat about the CW series’ (probable) swan song, plus find out some exciting scoop on showrunner Liz Tigelaar’s much-talked about deal with ABC that may ( finale breakdown: Lux (Britt Robertson) and teachertutorboyfriend Eric (Shaun Sipos) split in hour one after Cate (Shiri Appleby) and Baze (Kristoffer Polaha) found out about the star-crossed lovers and flipped out.Cate and Ryan (Kerr Smith) discovered they’d suffered a miscarriage, in addition to the fact that Cate is infertile.We won’t give away too much, but here are some hints of what to expect on Tuesday.Keep your eyes peeled for the ever-changing weather.
“Life Unexpected’s” Lux (Britt Robertson) is trying to balance school, play, and keeping her parents happy. “Because of Lux and who she is and how complicated her whole psychology is, it’s right for her right now, and Mr. “I don’t know how long that storyline’s going to last with the tutor action, but it may be a great way for her to focus.” The Oct.“It’s already leaked online that Eric is a teacher at Lux’s school,” Tigelaar tells us.“She’s struggling in her classes — Lux is definitely not your straight-A student.Lux is graduating, giving the class commencement address, and the whole fam-bamily is looking on. Math (Austin Basis), Cate’s BFF and baby on the way. And — wait for it — Cate and Baze, first side by side watching the ceremony, then hugging their daughter the graduate (she even calls them mom and dad! I truly believe that despite the massive time constraints placed on the brains behind, the series’ final hours were poignant, moving and provided lovely little send-offs for each of the characters we’ve grown to love over the past two seasons.(For those who don’t remember, The CW gave the series notice that it would not be receiving a back nine episode order, cutting the story-telling time nearly in half, and possibly for good. Tonight’s finale.) Thinking back, it’s hard to believe that our adventures began just one year ago — to the day, in fact.
It’s even harder to believe that in such a small amount of time, when countless shows come and go, leaving little to no impression on viewers, Tigelaar’s passion project was able to impact countless lives, mine included, and maintain the spirit of yesteryear’s WB greats (I’m talking And if you love Liz, you’ll love this: In June, Tigelaar’s development deal with ABC Studios begins and she’s already got some amazing new stuff in mind.