The fantastic TV show Smallville that plays on WB network

Smallville is a fantastic American TV series created by producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. This show is derived from DC comics character Superman that was developed by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

It was shown on October 16th, 2001. The WB and UPN came in sync with each other to construct the CW. Smallville has Clark Kent in the fictional town of Smallville before he is called Superman. The four seasons concentrate on Clark and his friends in high school.

Prior to the production of the series Bruce Wayne that is Batman was put forward but the series did not generate any kind of interest. This was an inspiration for Smallville. Smallville was filmed around the Vancouver area, British Columbia. There were local businesses and buildings replacing Smallville locations.

The music for the first six seasons was composed by Mark Snow who had elements of musical score of John Williams from the Superman film series. Louis Febre who was known to be working with Snow from the start came to be the main composer.

Generally, Smallville was considered to be positive when it started. Christopher Reeve who was an earlier Superman star gave his consent for the series to take place. He had made two of the guest appearances prior to his death.

The pilot episode made a rating record for a WB debut with several viewers. Smallville passed Stargate as the well known American sci-fi series. The series got tremendous appreciation from Emmys to Teen choice awards.

Smallville has a great series of young adult novels, recordings of sound track and merchandise that was associated with the series. There was availability of all the ten seasons. It was in the comic book form with a proper storyline. It came to an end in the year 2015.