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Smallville (2001)

Adventure | Romance 
Rayting:   7.5/10 121K votes
Country: USA | Canada
Language: English

A young Clark Kent struggles to find his place in the world as he learns to harness his alien powers for good and deals with the typical troubles of teenage life in Smallville, Kansas.

Episode Guide

Season 10

May 13, 2011Episode 21 Finale
May 6, 2011Episode 20 Prophecy
April 29, 2011Episode 19 Dominion
April 22, 2011Episode 18 Booster
April 15, 2011Episode 17 Kent
March 4, 2011Episode 16 Scion
February 25, 2011Episode 15 Fortune
February 18, 2011Episode 14 Masquerade
February 11, 2011Episode 13 Beacon
February 4, 2011Episode 12 Collateral
December 10, 2010Episode 11 Icarus
December 3, 2010Episode 10 Luthor
November 19, 2010Episode 9 Patriot
November 12, 2010Episode 8 Abandoned
November 5, 2010Episode 7 Ambush
October 29, 2010Episode 6 Harvest
October 22, 2010Episode 5 Isis
October 15, 2010Episode 4 Homecoming
October 8, 2010Episode 3 Supergirl
October 1, 2010Episode 2 Shield
September 24, 2010Episode 1 Lazarus

Season 9

Season 8

Season 7

Season 6

Season 5

Season 4

Season 3

Season 2

Season 1

Best Smallville Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

January 26, 2006star9.5 1758 votesS5E12 Reckoning
October 15, 2010star9.5 1552 votesS10E4 Homecoming
January 18, 2007star9.4 1774 votesS6E11 Justice
May 14, 2010star9.4 1104 votesS9E21 Salvation
May 13, 2011star9.3 2337 votesS10E21 Finale
May 18, 2005star9.3 1249 votesS4E22 Commencement
February 25, 2003star9.2 1321 votesS2E17 Rosetta
May 17, 2007star9.2 1265 votesS6E22 Phantom
November 20, 2008star9.2 1189 votesS8E10 Bride
April 17, 2008star9.2 1063 votesS7E16 Descent
February 5, 2010star9.1 1443 votesS9E11 Absolute Justice
September 22, 2004star9.1 1242 votesS4E1 Crusade
May 20, 2003star9.1 1164 votesS2E23 Exodus
May 19, 2004star9.1 1152 votesS3E22 Covenant (2)
April 28, 2004star9.1 1142 votesS3E19 Memoria
September 29, 2005star9.1 1137 votesS5E1 Arrival
May 11, 2006star9.1 1083 votesS5E22 Vessel
May 21, 2002star9.0 1318 votesS1E21 Tempest
February 2, 2005star9.0 1194 votesS4E12 Pariah
March 15, 2007star9.0 1155 votesS6E16 Promise

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User Reviews

IntegrateDan 29 May 2018

Watchseries; Tom Welling is vastly underrated for his performance as Superman in this captivating performance.

IntegrateDan 29 May 2018

Tom Welling is vastly underrated for his performance as Superman in this captivating performance.

DiCaprio-HardyFan 28 October 2020

Smallville watchseries. I love most of the Superhero shows that are out there (of course there are some that are awful) but Smallville is absolutely one of my favorites of all-time! It tells the story of Clark Kent before he became Superman. Every episode is as exciting as the one before it and I can't say enough about Tom Welling, he was fantastic as Clark Kent! It was on before the Superhero genre exploded but it still absolutely holds up today! If you are a fan of superhero shows then I can not recommend this show enough!

jameslamont 24 February 2005

Set in the fictional town of Smallville, the show charts the growing up of our hero Clark Kent (Tom Welling) during his teenage years as he tries to deal with his alien powers by attempting to lead as normal teenage life as possible; complete with all its typical problems.

Lana Lang (Kirsten Kreuk) plays Clarks lonely, independent, ideal women and friend, Chloe Sullivan (Alison Mack) plays another of Clarks closest friends, a lady who as a school journalist is fascinated by all the weird events that have occurred in Smallville.Add into the fold, Lex Luther (Michael Rossenbaum) as a troubled, unlikely close friend to Clark and Lionel Luthor (John Glover) as the mean calculating father of Lex Luthor. Martha Kent (Annette O'Toole) and Jonathan Kent (John Schneider) play Clarks doting and dependable parents.

Tom Welling does an outstanding job playing Clark Kent. He brings a human-like quality to the show and the way he looks is exactly how you would imagine a young Clark Kent to look like. He is a very likable character and Tom also helps to put some of himself in the character and was basically born for the role. Michael Rossenbaum is the real star of the show though, because he plays a character that has so many depths who can be nice and pleasant most of time but has a hidden menace at the same time and the fact that he pulls it off is a testament to the quality of the actor.

John Glover, Annete O'Toole and John Schneider also do great performances in their respective roles. You can actually imagine these characters as the parents of Lex and Clark, as they bring so much to their roles. Kirsten Kreuk is basically the eye candy of the show and I would not say she is the best actress in the show. The big times she has been asked to perform big scenes she has done a good job overall.

The acting on the show is genuinely superb and of a great standard. The characters on the show are written extremely well, and they have so many different dimensions. The scripts are good and generally they try and reveal things about the characters that the viewer did not realise and this is a big plus point.

The viewer will really warm to the show because the characters are so easy to identify with. When Clark has the same problems that every teenager faces, it helps to make the show seem realistic and relevant to the teenagers today.The paramount way that this show works so well, is because the viewer KNOWS Clarks future and this is showing his past and therefore the viewer never knows what to expect. We are always aware of big things that happen to Clark in the future and the cause and effects of these problems are being explored in the show.

The writers of the show are always thinking up new story lines that the characters face that tie in with the original Superman comics and this is great. I love the fact that characters who have been in other Superman shows (from Clarks future) are constantly written into the show, and this means that the viewer knows what that character is about; as they have seen them and recognise them from before.

I have bought the DVD box-sets of this show and I would recommend it to anyone. Every episode is memorable because they all have big moments in the show that the viewer will remember and think about for ages. The amount of themes this show covers is huge and the relationships between the characters is very believable.

This is one of Warner Bros best TV shows in a long time and an absolutely brilliant television show. This show works on so man

BHorrorWriter 24 January 2002

Someone over at the WB must have finally pulled their head out of their A$$.

Smallville, is a very intriguing, genuine, original show with intelligent characters, superb acting, excellent story lines, and the ability to be the new best show to ever come out of WB...Buffy being the first.

Tom Welling shines as Clark Kent. This virtual nobody is dynamic on the screen. His raven colored hair, and big blue eyes, and exception physique make him perfect eye candy for anyone and everyone. However, his acting is stand out as well as his looks. He isn't someone that is resting on his looks to get him somewhere in Hollywood. Though, he very well could.

John Schneider is back on the small screen in a big way. Though, the show doesn't focus on him or his character, it is good to see him in this well, Annette O'Toole give a great performance as Clark's mother.

Michael Rosenbaum blows up as Lex Luther. I haven't really followed his career. I really have only seen him in Urban Legend. He delivers the deception, and human evil that is Lex Luther.

I really think WB has stumbled onto something good. FINALLY!! How many garbage shows are now on, or have been cancelled from the WB. Too many...I think they really have something here...I hope to see this show go thru the roof!

10 out of 10

Aspie33 15 February 2004

When I first heard that the WB was doing a show about Clark Kent in the days before he became Superman, I honestly thought it was going to be an animated series, but when the first episode was first broadcast on October 16, 2001, I was instantly surprised.

The show starts in 1989, where a meteor shower bombards the small Kansas town of Smallville, leaving lots of people with scars and secrets of varying degrees; as such, it has certain emotional impacts on four characters: it leaves young Lex Luthor bald (I would say it traumatized him, but that's more or less mentioned already), it leaves three year-old Lana Lang orphaned, and it brings childless couple Jonathan and Martha Kent (John Schneider and Annette O'Toole) the child they always wanted. Fast-forward 12 years, and Clark Kent (Tom Welling) is just starting to experience the usual troubles of teenage life, something that will be especially difficult since Clark has superhuman strength and abilities that no ordinary teenager could only dream of having. Clark soon learns that he arrived the same time as the destructive meteor shower that besieged Smallville inside a spaceship as a toddler. Now Clark is left with questions about his birth parents and home planet, and manages to start a friendship with Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum), who--unknown to Clark--will ultimately become Clark's arch-nemesis.

I can easy say that "Smallville" is an immensely intriguing and highly realistic sci-fi/teen drama. To make things all the more interesting, "Smallville" blends the teen angst-meets-supernatural circumstances theme of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" with the "monster-of-the-week" trend of "The X-Files." Apart from dealing with personal and emotional crises, Clark has to use his powers to battle an endless slew of Kryptonite-mutated villains, much like Buffy and the Scooby Gang battle demons that are sometimes drawn in by the mystical energy radiated by the Hellmouth.

Tom Welling is superb as teenage Clark Kent, both in physical and personality-wise ways. He looks almost like Chris Reeve, so much he could easily be Reeve's son. The rest of the cast is fine: Kristin Kreuk as Clark's love interest Lana Lang, Allison Mack as Clark's Lois Lane-type pal Chloe Sullivan, Sam Jones III as the Xander-like Pete Ross, and John Schneider and Annette O'Toole as Clark's adoptive parents, but it is Michael Rosenbaum and John Glover who steal the show as Lex Luthor and Lex's father, Lionel. You can easily tell just by observing Lex and Lionel's rocky relationship that Lionel is the one who will ultimately make Lex evil.

All of the episodes have their ups and downs, but I like to name two episodes that will keep you glued to the screen: the episode guest-starring the late Christopher Reeve as a scientist who reveals the truth about Clark's home planet, Krypton, and the second season finale where the "spirit" of Clark's Kryptonian father Jor-El urges Clark to get ready to conquer the world, but I don't want to spoil anything, so you'll have to watch the episode to find out what happens next, and why.

In conclusion, I give "Smallville" a 10 out of 10 on a scale of 1-10.

foreverrshibby 6 December 2020

What can I say? The best show of CW so far. Every episode had me on edge. I loved the characters and all that they stood for. This show touched my heart in ways that no show has. The upbringing of Superman!

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