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While some fans derided the show’s “Freak of the Week” format in the early days — in which a usually young person is exposed to “meteor rocks” that give them strange powers — the friendship between Welling’s Clark and Rosenbaum’s Lex, as well as the romance between Clark and Lana, kept audiences watching.Allison Mack’s Chloe Sullivan also became a quick fan favorite, with some fans speculating that “Chloe” might be Lois Lane in disguise, a notion that was quashed (on-screen at least) when the actual Lois Lane showed up with Erica Durance in 2004.Smallville alum Steven De Knight also helmed his own comic book show for Marvel, running Marvel’s Daredevil in its first season for Netflix.Daredevil has also recruited Mark Verheiden, who wrote fan-favorite episodes including “X-Ray” and “Perry” and kept it in the DC comic book world as an EP on NBC’s Constantine.

In 1999, at the height of their success, The WB developed writer Tim Mc Canlies (The Iron Giant) and Tollin-Robbins Productions’ script for a series involving a young Bruce Wayne before he’s Batman.

Similarly, newcomer Kristin Kreuk was cast as Lana Lang.

Solidifying the trio was the most experienced young actor so far, and an early highlight of the show: Michael Rosenbaum (Urban Legend) who yes, had to completely shave his head for the part.

“We kind of grew up together.” Tom also, in a roundabout way, defended his decision not to go full Superman in the series.

“This needed to be a show about Clark Kent, not about Superman,” Tom said. When we got into Season 5, they started to say, ‘Well…

In 1999, at the height of their success, The WB developed writer Tim Mc Canlies (The Iron Giant) and Tollin-Robbins Productions’ script for a series involving a young Bruce Wayne before he’s Batman.Similarly, newcomer Kristin Kreuk was cast as Lana Lang.Solidifying the trio was the most experienced young actor so far, and an early highlight of the show: Michael Rosenbaum (Urban Legend) who yes, had to completely shave his head for the part.“We kind of grew up together.” Tom also, in a roundabout way, defended his decision not to go full Superman in the series.“This needed to be a show about Clark Kent, not about Superman,” Tom said. When we got into Season 5, they started to say, ‘Well…Allison Mack, Eric Johnson, Sam Jones III, Annette O’Toole, John Glover, and John Schneider all helped round out the original cast of the show, which premiered October 16, 2001 — a little over a month after the horrific events of 9/11 left TV audiences wanting a hero to root for.