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Welcome to the Pushing Daisies Wiki This wiki is a collaborative website for the TV and comic book series. As with the series itself, the general tone is PG(-13, at most), but there are some odd moments of more adult themes and jokes. We are currently editing 507 articles.
"Kerplunk" (June 13) The Darling Mermaid Darlings return to murderous waters in the series finale of Pushing Daisies.
Pushing Daisies News
5/30/09 - The first of the final three episodes will finally be aired tonight!
5/27/09 -Pushing Daisies Season Three To Be Released as a comic book by DC Comics.
5/4/09 - ITV to release Season 2 on DVD on May 25th, they have announced.
4/18/09 -The final three episodes of Pushing Daisies will be aired on May 30th, 2009. Kristin Chenoweth says it does not give a narratively true end to the story, so watch, because Bryan Fuller has suggested a movie, and the success may cause them to begin work on a script!
4/09/09 - ABC to air the final three episodes beginning Saturday, May 30 at 10 PM.
04/01/09 - Pushing Daisies Season 2 on DVD and Blu=Ray on July 21st, according to EW.com.
30/01/09 - Pushing Daisies Season 2 starts in England. ITV 1.
Director Barry Sonnenfeld (Men In Black, Get Shorty, The Addams Family) and writer-producer Bryan Fuller (Heroes, Wonderfalls, Dead Like Me) create an unprecedented blend of romance, police-procedural and high-concept fantasy: a love story about a young man with a very special gift -- the ability to return a dead person back to life, briefly, with just a simple touch.
Ned is a mild-mannered baker of fabulous pies, who, as a child, discovers his special gift of rekindling life in the dead. As he grows older, he puts this special gift to good use, working in collaboration with Emerson Cod, a private investigator -- solving murder cases by asking victims to name their killers. However, the story is complicated when Ned saves Chuck, his childhood sweetheart. Life would be perfect, except for one cruel twist: if Ned ever touches Chuck again, she'll lose the life that he's given her, forever.