CAST Tom Welling (The Fog) Kristin Kreuk (Beauty and the Beast) Michael Rosenbaum (Urban Legend) Eric Johnson (Flash Gordon) Sam Jones III (Glory Road) Allison Mack (Superman/Batman: Public Enemies) Annette O’ Toole (IT) John Schneider (Desperate Housewives) John Glover (Robocop 2) Erica Durance (The Butterfly Effect 2) Jensen Ackles (Supernatural) Aaron Ashmore (The Skulls 2) Justin Hartley (Chuck) Laura Vandervoort (Bitten) Cassidy Freeman (Yellowbrickroad) Sam Witwer (Being Human) Callum Blue (Dead Like Me) RECURRING / NOTABLE GUEST STARS Sarah-Jane Redmond (V) Chad Donella (Final Destination) Gabrielle Rose (Catch and Release) Jason Connery (Wishmaster 3) Hiro Kanagawa (Heroes Reborn) David Paetkau (Flashpoint) Lizzy Caplan (Cloverfield) Mitchell Kosterman (White Noise) Michael Coristine (Get Over It) Eric Christian Olsen (Tru Calling) Jackie Burroughs (The Dead Zone) George Murdock (Star Trek V) Amy Adams (Batman V Superman) Malcolm Stewart (Timecop) Joe Morton (Terminator 2) Robert Wisden (Watchmen) Tony Todd (Chuck) Kelly Brook (The Italian Job) Azura Skye (Red Dragon) Rick Peters (Veronica Mars) Kevin Mc Nulty (Elektra) Tom O’Brien (The Accused) Shawn Ashmore (X-Men) Kavan Smith (Stargate SG.1) Evangeline Lilly (Lost) Corin Nemec (Parker Lewis Can’t Lose) Cameron Dye (Valley Girl) Eric Breker (Walking Tall) Jud Tyler (That 70s Show) Nicki Clyne (Saved) Ryan Kelley (Teen Wolf) Brandy Ledford (Andromeda) Rekha Sharma (Dark Angel) Tiffany Lyndall-Knight (Wolf Creek: The Series) Marguerite Moreau (Easy) Shonda Farr (Crossroads) Adam Brody (The OC) Kevan Ohtsji (Godzilla) Aaron Douglas (Battlestar Galactica) Krista Allen (The Final Destination) Sara Downing (Roswell) Sean Faris (The Brotherhood 2) Richard Moll (Scary Movie 2) Gwynyth Walsh (Star Trek: Generations) Maggie Lawson (Two and a Half Men) George Coe (The Entity) Richard Gant (Rocky V) Neil Grayston (Wonderfalls) Patrick Cassidy (Lois & Clark) Martin Cummins (Dark Angel) William B.
Second, is the brilliant reconceptualization of Superman’s arrival on earth where the small spacecraft shows up in the middle of a shower of glowing green meteors that are all that remains of the planet Krypton.
Clark’s adoption is revealed to have been organised by Lionel Luthor (who is also blinded at the beginning of the season), Lionel and Lex jokel against each other as Lionel quashes Lexcorp, and Clark is appauled by the intrustions of his father.
This is one of my favourite season, as it was for the viewing figures (check wiki), characters continue to eveolve and change, and leaving a fantastic cliifhanger which I won’t spoil.
I understand that Jonathan is motivated by fears and concerns about his son, but I always liked the gentle influence personified by Glenn Ford in the first Christopher Reeve “Superman” film.
Turning adolescent traumas into mutant monsters of the week is a hit and miss proposition, but that was true of the first season of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” as well, and look at how well that series turned out.