This episode changes everything!
My brain is spinning in a million different directions after the massive reveal on Nancy Drew.
Prepare yourselves for this one Drew Crew because it’s wild and exceeds any of our expectations.
Honestly, hats off to the writers for pulling this one off because what. a. twist.
Nancy solved the murder of Lucy Sable’s death, but it wasn’t enough to end the hauntings and it didn’t explain just why she kept popping up in Nancy’s life or why she had such a connection to her.
The introduction of a new mystery on the back of a recently-solved one felt fitting, but I never expected it to be so personal.
With just a few hours left until Carson Drew’s evidentiary hearing, Nancy brought her A-game to find any and all evidence to clear her father’s name.
At The Claw, the Drew Crew brought in John to test Lucy’s bones for clues, but they were interrupted by an unexpected investigation led by Detective Tampura, Chief McGinnis’ replacement. It’s unclear what he wanted to find there since Tiffany Hudson’s death was solved. He was also overly suspicious of Nick, George, and Bess, which was understandable since their stories didn’t add up and they acted suspiciously while hiding the remains of the town’s most popular dead girl in the building, but still, it was random and felt forced simply for Tampura to find Lucy’s skull and pick a bone (ha) with the group.
But that’s honestly the least important part of the episode for now.
Amidst all of that, Nancy exhausted every piece of evidence and found a discrepancy between the emails sent by Ryan to Lucy and the email calling her a whore.
This seemed to prove that Ryan wasn’t the killer, but he could help her find out who was.
Getting all the answers required doing something they should have done initially before all of this even happened — retracing Lucy’s steps the night she died as it painted a clearer picture of where she was, who she saw, and what headspace she was in.
The first stop was at Ryan and Lucy’s “spot,” an ice-cream shop where waited for Ryan before leaving in a frazzled state when he didn’t show up. They learned that upon her exit, she was followed by a town car, Ryan’s father, who admitted that he told Lucy to stay away from his family because he didn’t want her to ruin Ryan’s life.
And while that seems like motive, he wasn’t the killer because he watched her go home and get into an argument with Karen.
And while she was good for Tiffany Hudson’s murder, Karen didn’t kill her best friend Lucy, though she did rig the SeaQueen competition in Lucy’s favor, which made her emotional state even direr.
Karen also offered Nancy a critical piece of information that led her to some substantial answers: her diary.
While Lucy’s home was searched up and down following her death, no one ever found her diary until Ryan and Lucy broke in and found it buried deep within a secret compartment in the wall.
It’s there that Nancy learned of the grim fate — after being bullied, threatened, and slut-shamed, Lucy decided to end her own life.
Lucy’s life, and death, was reduced to nothing more than town folklore when, in reality, it was actually a heartbreaking tale of bullying that led to suicide.
Lucy wasn’t killed by a mystery killer, she was killed by the whole town.
And yet… that isn’t the end of Lucy Sable’s story because, as I mentioned previously, her soul wasn’t at peace.
Nancy still saw her lingering in the courthouse and knew that there was a bigger mystery that Lucy wanted and needed her to solve.
During her research, Nancy learned that there was another hair on “Dead Lucy’s” Seaqueen crown and figured that it may have belonged to her mother. She asked John to run the prints and test it against a strand of her hair.
The results weren’t a DNA match for Katherine Drew, but they were a match for Lucy Sable.
When Nancy confronted her father about what truly happened that night, the scene delivered the most emotional moment of the season.
Carson broke down and revealed that Lucy called him and Katherine the night she died. They rushed over to the cliff where they found her holding a baby girl that she’d just given birth to. Everett Hudson knew about the child and threatened to ruin her and Lucy’s life if she told anyone.
A terrified Lucy begged them to take her child and not to tell the Hudson’s about her.
And then, Lucy plunged to her death.
Carson and Katherine spent the whole night with the baby, fell in love, and decided to keep her. They left town for a little while so no one would get suspicious, and then came back to raise their daughter in Horsehoe Bay while shielding her from the truth.
As he’s revealing all of this, Nancy is growing more emotional by the minute and my jaw is on the floor.
I hear myself utter, “this cannot be happening.”
But it is. And finally, Nancy and Carson both confirm what we are now realizing to be the truth — the baby grew up to be a sharp, mystery lovin’ young woman.
“The baby is me,” Nancy finally exclaims in case you didn’t figure it out.
She finally solved her biggest mystery to date.
On a scale of 1-10, how shocked are you?
The revelation exonerates Carson from all the shady moments because he now has a valid reason for lying to his daughter and trying to tiptoe around the truth of what happened the night at the cliff and why he was there.
At one point, Nancy assumed the worst of him when it was the complete opposite.
And even then, he protected her and Lucy and never told the truth to save himself; he was willing to go to jail. That’s the power of a father’s love.
I’m not as much shocked that Lucy Sable is Nancy’s mother because there was always a connection, we’ve just been missing the pregnancy piece of the puzzle. I’m more so thrown off by the fact that Ryan Hudson is Nancy’s father.
Maybe it’s because Riley Smith looks so young to me, but I just can’t see him having a twenty-year-old daughter.
And if that’s the case then Nancy’s father was sleeping and cheating on his wife with one of her best friends, George, which, wow gross.
But to make matters worse, George has now slept with both Nancy’s father and (soon) her ex-boyfriend.
Small towns are really messy.
It’s also weird to think that Nancy has spent all this time with Ryan, whom she assumed was a peer, only to find out it was her biological father this whole time.
Mostly, the reveal comes as a shock because I’ve been under the impression that Nancy was a little girl when Lucy died because she saw her parents burying “Dead Lucy’s” dress in her backyard. Did I make that up? Was that a dream?
There were definitely some clues hinting that Lucy was Nancy’s biological mother throughout the episode like when Ryan and Nancy both revealed that they were allergic to bees or the revelation that Lucy met with the Drew family days prior and called them “perfect.” She was likely vetting them to ensure they’d make a good family for her child.
In fact, I’m sure if you re-watch the first season, there’s plenty of clues like Lucy Sable’s mother mistaking Nancy for Lucy, a moment we simply chalked up to the mother’s fragile mental state.
Other Ghostly Musings
- George and Nick need to bang out all that tension.
- Nick found out Nancy slept with Owen thanks to Bess. Good job, Bess!
- The way Ace said “the cops are here” made me laugh.
- This point is just to reiterate how much I adore Ace.
- George questioning if the new detective is a vampire is so weird but oddly perfect.
- “We’re the busboys. I’m the senior busboy.”
What did you think of the episode? How are you feeling about the big reveal?
Did it seem logical or did it feel like a cop-out?
Will Nancy tell Ryan the truth? She has so much love and respect for her dad that she might not want him to know. Or will Ryan find out for himself?
Is Ace a Hardy Boy on ‘Nancy Drew’?
Nancy Drew concluded its run on August 23 with an action-packed yet heartfelt season finale that finally gave fans their long-awaited #Nace (Nancy and Ace) moment.
But there was something else that caught fans’ attention in one of the very last moments of the episode—Ace’s initials.
Alex Saxon brilliantly and tenderly brought Ace to life since the show’s inception in 2019, but while the rest of the cast all had last names, Ace was just Ace, leaving his identity largely a mystery (he had no backstory as he was not a character in the books, introduced solely as a CW character) and allowing for plenty of fan speculation that he was, in fact, a Hardy Boy.
The Hardy Boys were brothers Frank and Joe, who served as amateur sleuths in several children’s and teen mystery books. Nancy Drew was created as a female counterpart to the successful Hardys.
There were plenty of moments and plot points that seemed to allude to Ace being a Hardy Boy—his dad was a police detective just like the Hardys, he had a secret brother, and he was a skilled hacker, among his many, many talents.
The confirmation finally seemed to come in the finale after the Drew Crew carved their initials into the underside of the diner table, right before they shut the light off for the last time on Nancy Drew Season 4 Episode 13.
“A.H” appeared as the initials that Ace inscribed alongside his friends, which was seemingly a subtle yet satisfying nod to all the speculation that Ace was a Hardy Boy all along.
TV Line had a chance to speak to Larry Teng, an executive producer and pilot director, who didn’t directly confirm the theory but did say that he has known Ace’s last name from the very beginning. We’ll take it.
As someone who continues to remain hopeful that this series will live on as a reincarnation (fine, okay, reboot) on a different network, I’m hoping this little Easter egg will lend itself to that very possibility. And while I know there was already a Hardy Boys series on Hulu, it should’ve never existed as a separate entity from The CW’s Nancy Drew.
There seemed to be so many stories left to tell with this supernatural drama, and with so much organic support building for Nancy and Ace through the years, it would make sense to continue their story as a spinoff.
At the very least, we can take comfort in knowing that Nancy and Ace were able to break the death curse and a that a Drew and Hardy ended up together at last.
Nancy Drew Series Finale Review – Now Leaving Horseshoe Bay (413)
Nancy Drew Season 4 Episode 13 was a bittersweet installment because, on one hand, it was a celebration of four incredible years with an amazing cast and group of sleuths that has taken us to places we never thought possible, but on the other hand, it was an official goodbye…. and those are always so hard and painful. The series went out on a high note, finding the light, laughter, and heart amidst the darkness and doing right by all these beloved characters.
But before we got to all the mushy gushy stuff that yes, made me sob like an infant, the episode kicked off with plenty of action as the town was experiencing what Bess referred to as a “sinapalooza” after Callie doused residents with Sin Fog, possessing the town’s people into some pretty unhinged behavior. Some seemed to be possessed by former sins while others just had their anxieties manifest in concerning ways—either way, it was quite enjoyable to see Carson erratically steal baby furniture as Red swiped nine neck pillows. And naturally, Callie fled in a fog mask like the coward we knew she always was.
It was a very fast-paced first half of the episode as the Drew Crew was running out of time to curb the damage and destruction. Where’s a Sin Eater when you need one? Thankfully, Tristan was still essentially a Sin Eater—you just couldn’t call out to him—so they attempted to harness his soul supernova and use it as a beacon to blanket the town and cure them all. As with any Nancy Drew solution, it’s easier said than done, and by now, Bess should probably know to read the footnotes because not only did the attempt fail, but it also sent Nancy into an unconscious seizure of sorts. Upon waking up, she explained that she’d seen visions of her “former” self, and while there was a brief concern that maybe she’d taken on the Sin Eater curse in the process, the explanation was actually a lot more complex—her soul was intertwined with Tristan from decades ago…. and essentially, they were reincarnated soulmates.
Way to keep sticking it to Ace, right? The look on his face had to mimic the one on my face—and likely yours—because when we’re down to the final hour of a series, the last thing you want to hear is that Nancy is cosmically tied to another man. Ace was like, really, after everything we’ve been through, this is what I have to deal with? And man, I feel you. The exasperation is real.
Not only did Ace have to stand by and listen to all this soulmate chatter about the girl he’s crazy for, but he also had to be the one actively assisting them in trying to break the soul entanglement. He was like the chaperone—and the death curse, which has been a tragic thing up until now, proved to be helpful because it allowed him to always find Nancy through their cursed connection.
The weave was slightly dangerous in that it had to happen when Nancy and Tristan were on the brink of death—truly living life on the edge here at every single moment—because that’s when the subconscious and the conscious can mix. And you never want to go that deep into something without a tether, hence, Ace’s involvement while everyone else was running amok trying to keep the town from imploding: Nick was digging up graves for the ritual, George had her law school interview because why not, and Jade and Ryan were trying to wrangle Carson and Red.
In an unexpected twist, it was revealed that Tristan and Nancy’s connection came from a much darker place—her soul wasn’t shared with Lucia Knipp, Nashua’s beloved, as previously believed but with August, the creator of the Sin Eater. When Nashua killed August, it tethered them, thus now connecting Tristan and Nancy. Nancy spiraled when she found out about her dark past, and all the injustices her former soul committed, but thankfully, Ace was there to help her out of it, reminding her that while much of her existence has been consumed by darkness, she’s always fighting for the good and light. Of course, it then gave fans the first major #Nace moment that we’ve been craving—Ace forgave her for the “unforgivable” act of calling on the Sin Eater to erase his memory of Alice’s death as he now understood that it came from a place of love. It’s what brought Nancy back from the edge of the cliff because really, he’s the one that knows her and her heart best.
The process of detangling Nancy and Tristan was very intense, placing Nancy at the top of this love triangle that really never needed to exist and truly only happened to complicate things between her and Ace until the final episode. But eventually, the link was broken and Nancy soul’s was there, taking a beating. Tristan was gone, but Ace stayed through it all, never wavering in his support, even when she urged him to save himself; he threw caution to the wind and held her, his soul also getting pummeled in the process. The visuals here were top-notch, really honing in on the connection between the duo in a “where you go, I go” moment, in addition to what I correctly assumed to be the destruction of the death curse—not yet, we’ll get there.
While all of this was happening inside the weave, Horseshoe Bay was literally going up in flames. The angry mob on a witchhunt made its way to the Historical Society (they were possessed by the sins of the people who burned a witch alive), and despite Nick’s protests, set it on fire. Bess was trapped inside with Nancy and Ace both unconscious, though they managed to wake up just in time to escape the smoke and flames.
Unfortunately, that’s when the real pain of what was happening set it—all that they worked for was being turned to ash and there was nothing that they could do to stop it. It was heartbreaking seeing Nick try to run back in to save some of the artifacts and historical resources, but as Bess informed him, he’s done too much for the town already and he needed to let this go. This was the moment of pure realization for Nick that he needed to put some distance between himself and Horseshoe Bay as it was no longer serving him as it did when he needed it.
The one good thing was that they were successful in disconnecting Nancy and Tristan and thus providing much-needed relief to the whole town.
It was one bad day, but it was the push everyone needed to leave Horseshoe Bay behind and start fresh… for now.
There were definitely moments in those final episodes where I swear, they were leaving the door wide open for a reboot—and hopefully, on a network that actually gives the show the love that it deserves—like when Nancy said that another mystery would lead her back here while Bess suggested she could always conjure up a ritual to bring them back together in the future.
Once the storm passed, the healing began as they all paid a proper burial and goodbye to the Sin Eaters that came before, the ones who made the ultimate sacrifice for the town. It was the first step in Nancy’s promise to undo the sins of her former souls.
Tristan very much started the season in love with Nancy and thinking that they were destined to be together, but the more that he found out, the more he realized that couldn’t be further from the truth. He saw how much Ace loved Nancy, and he understood that he was standing in the way, as he even said that there would always be someone she loved more than him. Plus, Nancy gave him something far more precious than her love—she gave him freedom and a second chance at a real life. There was eternal gratitude there and a friendship that would clearly withstand the test of time, but he wasn’t her person and they were both okay with it.
I will say that the explanation of the entangled souls allowed the series to dig itself out of the Tristan and Nancy hole without making anyone look bad considering she was just harboring feelings for the guy merely a day ago, allowing the series to move into #Nace territory freely.
We then got the lowdown on everyone’s future plans…. and I don’t blame them for wanting to catch a break. Their love and appreciation for the supernatural changed them all for the better, fueling their futures no matter where they take them, and they’ll always carry this piece with them wherever they go, but these near-death situations were getting to be a lot.
George got into college, leveraging her management of The Claw and solving the town’s problems, in her interview. It occurred during such a high-stress situation and yet, she remained cool, calm, and collected, so there was really no way they couldn’t accept her! Nick was off to an engineering gig at Tom Swift’s incubator in Atlanta (which just felt right) with Jade, who was hired on in the PR department. I’m definitely bummed by the fact that Nick and George never found their way back to each other, but if they had, they likely wouldn’t have embraced these parts of themselves and pushed themselves out of their comfort zones, so in a way, it was for the best. Plus, a brief yet crucial moment in the episode where Jade was down to help out in any way they could was proof that this relationship was meant to go the distance.
Bess had a huge task to live up to as the keeper of the Historical Society she was heading out on an exhibition to replace everything that was lost in the fire, with a brief update on Addy running for town council. Bess came as a bit of an outsider, but she quickly found her footing and place. Meanwhile, Ace revealed that he was going to go back to college to become a medical examiner, which couldn’t be a more perfect career path.
As for Nancy, she was leaving behind her hometown, but Nancy Drew Investigates would continue on with her next case taking her across the coast into towns that August infected with its own version of the Sin Eater. It’s the least she can do since she unintentionally played a role in its creation and the people who have been hurt and harmed in the process deserve justice that only she can provide.
We also got closure for Carson and Ryan as well, both of whom are embarking on new adventures and are excited about their futures, just like the Drew Crew. Carson chaotically told Ryan (at truly the worst possible time) that he and Jean agreed to have a baby together, and we saw him preparing for that next step in his life as Nancy cleared out her bedroom so that they could turn it into a nursery. We also got one last moment between Nancy and Carson that was simply terrific and you could tell it involved real emotions as she thanked him for being her “one constant” in life.
As for Ryan, the one who had the biggest character development throughout the series, well, he’s finally putting himself first. It was huge of Ryan to want to put down roots in Horseshoe Bay, but there’s also nothing wrong with stoking the adventure and seeing what else is out there. After all, he has nothing tying him down as his daughter is grown and venturing off into her own. Ryan finally found his soulmate, the woman who shared his outlook on life and similar interests, and this was their moment to live it up.
AND FINALLY… because they saved the best for last, which means so did I. Nancy and Ace deserved this moment after everything they’ve been through—and all the puppy dog sad faces Ace was forced to deliver—but I wish that we got more of it, more of their happiness together versus the constant whiplash of give-and-take. Even with all the proper storylines concluded and the perfect moment presenting itself, it was a rushed endgame when it didn’t need to be considering we’ve been building to this moment since season one. At the very least, we could’ve gotten a full season of their happy moments, but I’m putting this out into the ether that I would be fully invested in a Nace spinoff, tracking their adventures across the world because we know that cases simply fall into Nancy’s lap and there’s no one better to assist in them than Ace. Again, I had doubts about how they would bring Nancy and Ace back into the fold after she was just kissing Tristan, but it didn’t feel as choppy or forced as I thought it would, which proves this was always the right move. I would’ve done without all the animosity between them this season, but I guess if you can forgive what you once saw as an unforgivable betrayal, it’s a huge sign of love, and in a way, after being driven apart, they were brought closer together because they realized just how valuable their connection is.
Anyway, let me get back on track because Ace informed Nancy that by sticking by her side in the weave (he said “I’m not leaving you!”), his soul was also damaged—meaning that not only was this their last life and they needed to make the most of it, but in the process, the death curse was also likely broken. That man knew exactly what he was doing!!!
And now, they both owed it to themselves to see what would happen and finally solve this major mystery, one of the most important and life-changing ones to date. At first, I was a little bummed that there wasn’t a bigger focus on the death curse breaking or the duo finding a way to do it—it was just placed on the back burner for the rest of the season as the Sin Eater took priority—but I love the fact that Ace risked everything, including his life and all the reincarnated lives after—to guarantee he had this one chance with Nancy. They will be together here and in the afterlife, and there’s nothing more beautiful or soul-comforting than that. True love always prevails.
The nervous, shaky hand hold—like, is this finally finally happening—was peak cuteness and also one of the most intimate moments proving that their love extends far beyond the physical attraction and desire. Also, I hope that Ace’s little prank moment where he pretended to lose his breath only to say “I’m just fine” was improvised because it was so fricking cute, and only made cuter by Nancy’s genuine laugh. These two deserve the world… and my only qualm is that we got jipped of seeing them function as a fully-fleshed couple for more than a few minutes. Were we unclear this whole time when we said we wanted #Nace?!
The final scene took us back right where it began, to The Claw, where this Drew Crew formed and took on its structure and life. As the series progressed, it wasn’t as much of a focus, but it was always the place that they came back to; their safe space. They made their mark on it in more ways than one—and somehow, everything remains in-tact despite the many supernatural forces attempting to destroy it—and now, they are passing it on to a new generation, leaving behind all their mementos and wisdom to help guide them in whatever adventures may come.
Also, did the initials just confirm that Ace is Hardy Boy?!
Kennedy McMann took an established character and made her better, brighter, funnier, and filled with so much warmth and love, despite all the obstacles thrown her way. She is THE Nancy Drew. But it was the group of soulmates that lifted her up when she was down and helped dig her out from way too many messy situations. And it was the writers that were responsible for giving us one of the best crews on television.
I’m truly saddened to see this show take its final bow because it feels like there was so much story left to tell (even one of the show’s writers agrees with this), but I’m eternally grateful that we got four seasons along with a proper conclusion and closure to these characters amid such an uncertain TV landscape.
Finally, one of the things that stuck out this season was that not only was this a show about friendship, but it was an ode to a small town and the idea of togetherness and responsibility. Since the show’s inception, I’ve wondered about Horseshoe Bay’s origins and why it was plagued by the supernatural, and this season, while staying true to itself and its characters, managed to delve deeper into that, giving fans a full picture along with a storyline of redemption and hope, holding everyone accountable for the damage and their actions moving forward. We can all strive to do and be better, and we are not defined by our past—and that was a nice and necessary reminder at the end.
As Ryan once said, spending time with Nancy (and the Drew Crew) rubs off on you, and it makes you want to be a better person.
Also, how can you not shed a tear when you realize that while Nancy, Bess, and George weren’t wearing their uniforms, they were wearing their signature uniform colors? These small little touches are so meaningful and it just goes to show you how much thought was put into this series that often goes unnoticed … so, with that, hats off to everyone who made Nancy Drew such a special, witty, spooky, and memorable piece of television.
Thank you all for sticking with me since 2019—you can catch all of our Nancy Drew reviews here. It’s been a pleasure solving mysteries with you.
Nancy Drew Series Finale Preview Trailer- Is Nancy Dying?
Nancy Drew delivered its penultimate episode on August 16, but as things stand, it’s not looking too hot for #Nace (Nancy and Ace) shippers.
Fans of the potential romantic pairing were left quite disappointed at the conclusion of Nancy Drew Season 4 Episode 12 as it was revealed that Nancy and Ace are drifting further and further apart, and it had nothing to do with Temperance’s curse. The moment of contention came upon learning that Nancy went to the Sin Eater to erase Ace’s memories of the fishing accident that killed Alice Palermo, his ghostly love interest. Ace felt betrayed by his great love, asking her “How could you try to change me like that,” and while it’s clear that Nancy’s out-of-character decision was fueled by fear, panic and, mostly love, it was one that drove a further wedge between them. The pain of Ace’s anger and the simultaneous breaking of the Sin Eater curse also pushed Nancy right into the arms of Tristan, who explained that he now felt more connected than ever to her.
Naturally, fans are dying to know where this leaves Nancy and Ace. We’ve been holding our breath for a Nancy and Ace reunion simply to see their romance fade further into oblivion. The series had a great opportunity to have these two overcome the curse, fighting for a way back to each other rather than just fighting each other, but it focused so much on all the other plot points, seemingly losing sight of what’s important.
However, the final episode does hinge heavily on #Nace’s star-crossed romance, a promising sign.
The synopsis for the series finale episode, Nancy Drew Season 4 Episode 13, is seemingly going to attempt a last-minute course correction (and let’s hope it’s successful), as the episode synopsis notes:
“Nancy and the Drew Crew’s mission to save Horseshoe Bay from sins of its past comes to an epic conclusion as they must contend with Nancy’s most shocking discovery yet, one that will determine the fate of her star-crossed love with Ace.”
And guys, there’s a TRAILER (thank you CW18 Milwaukee, the true MVPS), which is giving us SO MUCH to look forward to.
After Callie unleashed the town’s sins onto all the unsuspecting people of Horseshoe Bay, they turned on Bess and declared her to be a witch, while Nancy felt a little defeated as “somehow darkness always follows me,” a sentence she uttered right before collapsing to the ground as if she were possessed.
But finally… there’s our little #Nace moment, with the two reaching for each other’s hands (a sign that maybe the curse has been lifted after all), with a weepy Nancy declaring, “I need to live like it’s my last lifetime.” Did Tristan die and she’s now feeling like she has to make the most out of life?
Is she dying as a result of breaking the curse? Did breaking the Sin Eater curse somehow place the burden on her? Is she sacrificing herself because living without Ace is too much to bear? We need to know that Nancy is going to make it out alive and be okay!
There’s plenty of questions that come to mind—Has the #Nace ship sailed? Nancy seemingly just declared her love for Tristan, so if they find a way to break the curse, jumping back to Ace might give fans whiplash and feel inauthentic. Will there be a time jump that allows her to move on naturally into a romance with Ace? Would fans even be bothered by her dumping Tristan and getting with Ace in the same breath? We also have to assume that Ace will get over the betrayal he feels by Nancy’s actions of calling to the Sin Eater. Will he be able to move on from that?
Some have hypthosized that maybe the curse has been broken for much of the season when they attempted it and nearly died on episode 3 as that would lend itself to the “shocking discovery” that they could’ve been together all along, which would truly anger fans knowing what could’ve been this whole time but wasn’t.
Nancy Drew’s series finale airs on Wednesday, August 23, 2023 right before Riverdale’s final episode ever. It’s the end of an era for The CW!
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