CBS' "Smith" was the first casualty of the fall season, but now the show's handful of devoted fans will be able to get some sense of where the heist drama was head.
The network announced on Thursday (Nov. 9) that the four remaining episodes of "Smith" will be available on CBS' streaming broadband channel Innertube. In addition to the three episodes that actually aired, viewers can watch seven "Smith" hours on Innertube and also download them at AOL, Amazon and Apple's iTunes Store.
But if that's not closure enough, CBS has also gotten the show's producers to write a brief synopsis of how the series, which starred Ray Liotta, Virginia Madsen, Simon Baker, Amy Smart, Jonny Lee Miller, Franky G, Chris Bauer and Shohreh Aghdashloo, would have ended.
After its three Wednesday night airings, CBS pulled "Smith" on Oct. 6, helping the series achieve the dubious honor of beating The CW's "Runaway," NBC's "Kidnapped" and FOX's "Happy Hour" to the shelf. CBS will premiere its "Smith" replacement, the medical drama "3 Lbs.," on Tuesday, Nov. 14.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun