Pushing Daisies 2 Seasons 2009

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Season 2
(637) IMDb 8.6/10

12. Water & Power TV-PG CC

A murder case leads Emerson to his daughter's missing mama, Lila Robinson (GINA TORRES). Meanwhile, an awkward Randy Mann (DAVID ARQUETTE) tries to romance Olive.

Starring:
Lee Pace, Anna Friel
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
June 6, 2009

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Season 2

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This is a quirky, fun show.
Kindle Customer
Well thought out, well written narrative, great acting, great cast and superb tv series.
K. Young
I love this show; every time I go back to watch an episode, I'm reminded why.
D. Clemmer

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56 of 63 people found the following review helpful By C. Collins on January 24, 2009
Format: DVD
Pushing Daisies is an amazing show. It is unique and unlike anything else out there. It has the ability to inspire its fans and bring them together in mutual adoration of Bryan Fuller's genius. But ABC did not give the show the treatment it deserved, and now the show is gone, canceled before its time, with no air date in sight for the final three episodes.

I look forward to when the Season 2 DVD set is released, as it will afford the true fans of the show a chance for closure. We will finally get to see how Bryan Fuller intended the second season to end. We can finally get a small piece of the show and its heart back.

I can already say that this product deserves five stars, on the fact that it's amazing, and I have no doubt that this set will manage to hold on to the show's greatness.

I can't wait. :D
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Audra L. Sykes on December 27, 2008
Format: DVD
I accidentally happened upon this television series and was instantly hooked. Even after I transfered overseas I purchased the entire first season I was so in love with the series. The characters, themes, set, and, well, just everything about it make it hard to resist, much like a guilty pleasure. There is tons of wonderful cinematography, witty quips, and thoughtful acting. The whole concept behind the show itself it simply clever. Once you start watching you find there are so many different and unique dynamics betweeen all the characters, amusing and heart warming alike. Plus, each episode's "mystery" is always so creative and funny you can't help but be tickled. I think its a total shame ABC is cutting this cute show from tv. Highly recommend watching. I, myself, have shared the first season with several friends as well as with my family all to positive reviews. After watching this show it is hard to walk away with out the "feel goods."
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Format: Blu-ray
PUSHING DAISIES is no longer a part of the ABC schedule.

Even though Amazon often makes it possible to review shows before the season has ended, I make it a personal policy to never write a review until the season has ended. I'm making an exception for Season Two of PUSHING DAISIES simply because we don't know when or if ABC will air the final three episodes. There is talk that they might show the last three episodes in a single night, but possibly as late as sometime during the summer of 2009. Possibly not at all.

Time was when ABC was one of my favorite networks. Along with NBC, I watched more of their series than any other network. CBS has not had any shows that have interested me in a couple of decades and has become the network most opposed to Quality Television (a technical term for shows with specific qualities, none of which are possessed by CBS's entire schedule). FOX has done some interesting shows, but such a huge percentage of them have been cancelled (though admittedly in the years before Kevin Reilly became head of programming -- so far in his two years FOX has a much better track record and it might even become my new favorite network, especially if they keep DOLLHOUSE and TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES, my two favorite FOX series, going past this spring). The CW apart from GOSSIP GIRL has yet to develop a single show that even remotely interests me, though the old WB series SMALLVILLE is a decent show that I've watched for years (and which is experiencing an unexpected resurgence in its 8th season, which will hopefully carry over with its now confirmed 9th season). But ABC is not a station I look to with much hope.
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153 of 190 people found the following review helpful By Robert Moore HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 10, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
PUSHING DAISIES is no longer a part of the ABC schedule. [Update: There are now rumors that ABC is finally going to show the remaining DAISIES episodes in late May or early June. I have not heard whether the season finale will feature the original planned episode or the reedited one that will be included on the DVDs.]

Even though Amazon often makes it possible to review shows before the season has ended, I make it a personal policy to never write a review until the season has ended. I'm making an exception for Season Two of PUSHING DAISIES simply because we don't know when or if ABC will air the final three episodes. There is talk that they might show the last three episodes in a single night, but possibly as late as sometime during the summer of 2009. Possibly not at all.

Time was when ABC was one of my favorite networks. Along with NBC, I watched more of their series than any other network. CBS has not had any shows that have interested me in a couple of decades and has become the network most opposed to Quality Television (a technical term for shows with specific qualities, none of which are possessed by CBS's entire schedule). FOX has done some interesting shows, but such a huge percentage of them have been cancelled (though admittedly in the years before Kevin Reilly became head of programming -- so far in his two years FOX has a much better track record and it might even become my new favorite network, especially if they keep DOLLHOUSE and TERMINATOR: THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES, my two favorite FOX series, going past this spring).
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