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Fake It Til You Make It: Fake Scenes Shot For Your Favorite Shows

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Have you ever thought your favorite television show ended in the proper manner? Well, more often than not, fan favorite TV shows end in ways that leave their fans furious – or just plain confused. Some producers even filmed alternate endings to throw off thei curious fans. These five shows delivered some insane endings that could’ve been just as explosive as the original.

Dallas

Who shot JR? Well, according to the directors of Dallas, nearly everyone! At the time, nothing on TV brought so many people together. The folks behind the show shot numerous endings with different killers to make things interesting. Behind the scenes, Larry Hagman almost halted production because he wanted more money. With this storyline, they could’ve simply killed him off altogether and kept the show going.

CBS

Parks And Recreation

Season four of Parks and Recreation dealt with Leslie taking a crack at the City Council. While she earned her new job, there were alternate endings shot. Weeks before the season finale aired, producer Dan Goor stated that three endings were available. If they wanted, they could’ve swapped endings the night before the show aired.

NBC

Twin Peaks

It’s hard to not bring up amazing ’90s television and not mention Twin Peaks. The mystery surrounding Laura Palmer had everyone tuning in weekly. Before unveiling the real killer, creator David Lynch fooled the media with a fake ending. In this ending, Ben Horne is the culprit. This isn’t the only odd ending for the series. The pilot episode featured an alternative ending that gave the killer’s name at the end.

ABC

The Sopranos

Fans across the country flipped out when the screen cut to black in The Sopranos‘ finale. The debate on what actually happened continues to this day. Show creator David Chase shot another ending to give press the runaround. Unfortunately, Chase can’t even remember what happened in this alternate ending.

HBO

The Walking Dead

After the end of season six of The Walking Dead, everyone was speculating who Negan killed. Some eager fans tried to get some clues by using drones near the set. To avoid spoilers, Scott Gimple filmed 11 death scenes. This meant that every fan favorite met their demise from Lucille. The only alternative death scene that was leaked involved Maggie.

AMC

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‘Twilight’ Celebrates 10 Years And It’s Still An Important Movie

It’s been ten years since Twilight was released in theaters. The adaptation of the popular novel by Stephanie Meyer was an instant hit, inspiring four additional movies. Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke spoke about why Twilight was a huge success in 2008 and the franchise’s lasting impact on Hollywood blockbusters. A Big-Name Franchise Twilight is now regarded as one of the...

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Sci-fi Movies That Still Have Audiences Baffled

The very nature of sci-fi begs you to stretch your brain and imagine some of the most insane scenarios possible. From futuristic cities inhabited with aliens to post-apocalyptic hellscapes devoid of people, science fiction can often be challenging to digest but amazing to ponder. But for these films, too much may have been left to the imagination as many viewers are...

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Four Things You Didn’t Know About TED Talks

TED Talks are powerful influencers in our world's changing pace. Innovators and thought leaders come together to inspire the minds and alter the hearts of viewers worldwide. Though you've probably seen a TED Talk or two, there's a lot you probably didn't know about the platform. The Creator's Name Isn't 'Ted' Richard Saul Wurman, entrepreneur and winner of the Smithsonian Lifetime...

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