Series Finale of "The Charlotte Ferris Show"
On May 6th, 2010, the pilot episode of "The Charlotte Ferris Show" was filmed. This Friday, May 6th, 2016, the very last episode will air. It has been seven seasons since the sitcom first began with Charlotte moving to Waldburg. How will it end? So far this season, Charlotte's photography studio burned down, but a job offer to be professor of photography in North Carolina opened a new opportunity for her. John, of course, doesn't want her to move, and has been trying to think of ways to make her stay. But last week, Charlotte got a call from the college. Did she even get the job? Will she decide to move away, or stay in town to rebuild her studio? The series finale was under consideration for several seasons, and is one of the best episodes, embodying every aspect of the show. Be sure to tune in and see how everything finally concludes.
"The Charlotte Ferris Show" has been AMPCorp's flagship project since the end of the Agent 07 films, and D-Dowd Production's main project for longer than that. The division is preparing to make a big announcement about a replacement in the lineup, but first, be sure to enjoy the end of this long-running show, and the bonus features which will be released in the coming weeks.
For June, D-Dowd Productions will have another release, "The Transcendentalist," which is an art film similar in style to "People on the Street" from 2014. For the rest of the summer, expect to see a new season of "Around the World: In Three Minutes," among other projects.