CW Releases Carrie Diaries Season Finale Kiss Yesterday Goodbye Info

By on March 22, 2013

Read Before Use

CW has finally released what they are calling the season finale of The Carrie Diaries description. It will air on April 4th and it will be called “Kiss Goodbye to Yesterday”. In the episode AnnaSophia Robb must deal with a change to her plans for prom and she isn’t too happy about it like most teens wouldn’t be. But on the flip side she and Walt are given an offer by Larissa that they cannot afford to lose out of. Mouse and Dorrit both face their relationship woes, while Tom must deal with the price of paranoia over sneaking out. Here is the official one give by CW, which does not tell us either way if the series can expect to be renewed or not.

THE CARRIE DIARIES – (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) “Kiss Yesterday Goodbye” (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)

THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE – Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) is happy going to her junior prom, but when hidden secrets are revealed plans begin to change. Dorrit (Stefania Owen) is determined to take her relationship with Miller (guest star Evan Crooks) to the next level, but things hit a bump along the way. For the first time in her life, Mouse (Ellen Wong) decides to defy her parents to date whom she wants. Tom (Matt Letscher) begins to struggle with sneaking around, especially when he thinks someone might be on to him. Elsewhere, Larissa (Freema Agyeman) makes Carrie and Walt (Brendan Dooling) an enticing offer. Austin Butler and Katie Findlay also star. Andy Wolk directed the episode written by Amy B. Harris (#113.)

Talk about a short season! I wonder if it will be renewed since they chose to go with seasonal finale or they have yet to decide? It seems like the show was not what they hoped foe, even though it did perform okay. It would be a shame to end it, but it did seem doomed from the start even though it is way better than I ever thought it would be. I just hate to see raw talent like AnnaSophia and Austin Butler have their series cut short due to errors that is not their own fault. I think in some ways Sarah Jessica Parker’s complaint about the series sort of sealed the fate, even though I don’t think any of us ever fully expected for it to be renewed in general.

Do you see it being renewed? No, and I think this will hurt all of their careers sadly. If they directed it more to adults and maybe aired it on CBS, I think it would have a fighting chance. But no, it didn’t and it seems to suffer the same fate that Ringer did. Who knows, maybe if they threw in some super natural stuff in the series, it would have turned out differently for the CW. But I suppose that is too late now and it really has nothing to do with Carrie Bradshaw and would have been moot anyways. Oh well, I am sure they have already found a new potential hit series to replace it if they do can the series.

article source-CW/TV Spoilers

About Sarah Peel

Sarah Peel is a freelance writer/blogger who has written for many sites and is the owner of Miss Virtual Reality

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>