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morjana
June 29th, 2007, 01:55 PM
"Drive," the FOX TV series starring Nathan Fillion ("Firefly", "Serenity", that was cancelled after four episodes, has two more new episodes airing on July 4th:

Wed. July 4 8:00 PM FOX The Extra Mile #1.5
Wed. July 4 9:00 PM FOX Rearview #1.6

morjana
June 30th, 2007, 03:00 PM
"Drive" - NEW episodes air UPDATE - JULY 13th:

From The Futon Critic:

http://www.thefutoncritic.com/listings.aspx?id=20070629fox02

DRIVE [PROGRAM CHANGE]

Air Date: Friday, July 13, 2007
Time Slot: 8:00 PM-9:00 PM EST on FOX
Episode Title: (DRV-105) "The Extra Mile"


ALEX AND CORINNA ARE OFFERED A JUMP START ON THE OTHER TEAMS; SUSAN AND LEIGH ARE DETERMINED TO STAY IN THE RACE; ROB RECEIVES DEVASTATING NEWS; WENDY FEARS FOR HER BABY'S SAFETY; AND A RACER IS PERMANENTLY TAKEN OUT OF THE RACE ON "DRIVE," FRIDAY, JULY 13, ON FOX

As the racers speed toward the next pit stop, Alex, Corinna, Winston and Sean deal with the ramifications of their "jump start." Violet learns a startling secret; Leigh is determined to continue in the race and gets a new driving partner; while Ivy forces Wendy to continue in the race and inadvertently puts baby Sam in danger in "The Extra Mile" episode of DRIVE airing Friday, July 13 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (DRV-105) (TV-14 L, V)

Cast: Nathan Fillion as Alex Tully; Kristin Lehman as Corinna Wiles; Kevin Alejandro as Winston Salazar; Dylan Baker as John Trimble; Michael Hyatt as Susan Chamblee; Melanie Lynskey as Wendy Patrakas; Taryn Manning as Ivy Chitty; Charles Martin Smith as Mr. Bright; JD Pardo as Sean Salazar; Riley Smith as Rob Laird; Emma Stone as Violet Trimble.

Guest Cast: Mark Totty as Gil Haskins; Richard Brooks as Detective Ehrle; John Lacy as Detective Niermann; Huntley Ritter as Bobby Moyer; Kevin Symons as Deacon.

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No mention as to the last episode, "Rearview," as yet.

Morjana

morjana
July 12th, 2007, 03:18 PM
Okay...now FOX has decided NOT to broadcast the last two episodes of "Drive" after all.

From TV Squad:


http://www.tvsquad.com/2007/07/12/final-episodes-of-drive-to-go-online-monday/

Final episodes of Drive to go online Monday

Posted Jul 12th 2007 4:20PM by Anna Johns


Fox has announced that the final two episodes of Drive will be on the show's MySpace page starting on Monday, July 16th. The network had originally scheduled those episodes for air on July 4th, then bumped them to July 13th, then flat-out took them off the schedule, much to the frustration of the few surviving fans of Drive.

After you watch the last two episodes, which will likely not provide any sort of closure, check out this post from Isabelle detailing what the producers wanted to happen to the story if the series had lived on. Unfortunately, the producers don't say who would've won... maybe even they didn't know yet.


And from the TV Addict:

http://thetvaddict.com/

Catch the Final Episodes of DRIVE Online
July 12th, 2007

Looking to catch the final two episodes of DRIVE? Get ready to start your engines… or more specifically, your DSL connection. Turns out, thanks to FOX’s scheduling ‘brilliance’, the only highway you’ll be able to catch DRIVE on is the information superhighway. Starting July 16, DRIVE will be available online at http://www.myspace.com/fox and FOX affiliate websites.

Two episodes not enough for you? Wishing you could have learned what twists and turns were in store for our intrepid racers assuming FOX bothered to support and/or promote this entertaining little series. Head on over to http://www.drivefans.com/ for a fantastic wrap up interview with executive producers Tim Minear and Craig Silverstein. Thanks again FOX for denying television fans one helluva exciting ride.

Okay...now FOX has decided NOT to broadcast the last two episodes of "Drive" after all.

From TV Squad:


http://www.tvsquad.com/2007/07/12/final-episodes-of-drive-to-go-online-monday/

Final episodes of Drive to go online Monday

Posted Jul 12th 2007 4:20PM by Anna Johns


Fox has announced that the final two episodes of Drive will be on the show's MySpace page starting on Monday, July 16th. The network had originally scheduled those episodes for air on July 4th, then bumped them to July 13th, then flat-out took them off the schedule, much to the frustration of the few surviving fans of Drive.

After you watch the last two episodes, which will likely not provide any sort of closure, check out this post from Isabelle detailing what the producers wanted to happen to the story if the series had lived on. Unfortunately, the producers don't say who would've won... maybe even they didn't know yet.


And from the TV Addict:

http://thetvaddict.com/

Catch the Final Episodes of DRIVE Online
July 12th, 2007

Looking to catch the final two episodes of DRIVE? Get ready to start your engines… or more specifically, your DSL connection. Turns out, thanks to FOX’s scheduling ‘brilliance’, the only highway you’ll be able to catch DRIVE on is the information superhighway. Starting July 16, DRIVE will be available online at http://www.myspace.com/fox and FOX affiliate websites.

Two episodes not enough for you? Wishing you could have learned what twists and turns were in store for our intrepid racers assuming FOX bothered to support and/or promote this entertaining little series. Head on over to http://www.drivefans.com/ for a fantastic wrap up interview with executive producers Tim Minear and Craig Silverstein. Thanks again FOX for denying television fans one helluva exciting ride.

FoolishPleasure
July 13th, 2007, 06:03 AM
Saw this at Ain't-it-Cool-News

What would/could have happened if "Drive" had continued:

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/33274