HomeSpoilersPromos & PreviewsATWT Series Finale Promo Mark September 9, 2010 16 Comments After 54 seasons and one unforgettable journey As the World Turns comes to an end. Watch the series finale promo after the jump. 16 Responses Ryan-Scott September 9, 2010 Oh God! NO THE WORLD CANNOT STOP TURNING! NO! NO! NO! (yes, I’m still in heavy denial. Heather Rattray was playing Lily when I started watching so that must have been around 1990 or 1991.) Log in to Reply henry007 September 9, 2010 Still can’t believe this is happening, this was certainly a generational soap. Can we do without the stupid arguments and just enjoy the the end. After 1:00 pm in Kansas all you’ll be hearing on my CBS station will be crickets. They’ve dropped Ellen at 3:00, so I will be watching ABC soaps. Log in to Reply TmontyB September 9, 2010 That kind of made feel a little teary. Log in to Reply Hot Mama Jama September 9, 2010 Henry007: “Can we do without the stupid arguments and just enjoy the the end.” I couldn’t have put it any better myself. Log in to Reply bishbay September 9, 2010 Man, I hope we get more whole episodes devoted to how Katie feels about everything that’s happening in Oakdale before the end! **rolls eyes** Log in to Reply soapsudzer September 10, 2010 I am hoping to see more of Roger since I haven’t read where he actually is going to another soap. I will miss him and Maura most of all. At least Maura is going to Y&R. I wish Roger would too so I could just start watching that show. I can’t believe this show is ending. I would rather every single show on CBS would end instead of this one. Honestly I don’t watch any other CBS show at all. Log in to Reply miamibeachguy September 10, 2010 So very sad that this show is ending and that it is being replaced by a moronic talk show that I hope no one will watch. Log in to Reply matealestlmo September 10, 2010 [quote=miamibeachguy]So very sad that this show is ending and that it is being replaced by a moronic talk show that I hope no one will watch.[/quote] You can bet your bippies I will NOT be watching the Julie Chen bore fest! Ellen comes on at 1:00 here in St. Louis, then I can watch Days, then Dr. Phil, then Y&R comes on a 4 here in St. Louis. Log in to Reply Greeneb2 September 10, 2010 OMG–These clips montages are making me cry already–OMG! Log in to Reply caitlinp September 10, 2010 My emotional connection with this show ended years ago. It wasn’t just the bad writing, but also the way they made it clear that actors who were not white would only be used to satisfy some quota system that CBS has in place. Surprisingly, for the first time in years, one actor and character enticed me to watch the show on a regular basis, so I tried to ignore what a mess the show was, but the writers went out of their way to show why ATWT was canceled. I’m sorry for those who are losing their show, but as with GL, the cancellation should have happened a few years ago. Log in to Reply kcgeban September 10, 2010 [quote=caitlinp]My emotional connection with this show ended years ago. It wasn’t just the bad writing, but also the way they made it clear that actors who were not white would only be used to satisfy some quota system that CBS has in place.[/quote] I’m noticing too that the characters who are still around for the ending of ATWT are decidedly monochromatic. Log in to Reply Jenius September 10, 2010 Does anyone know the name of the song and artist playing in the background for this promo? Log in to Reply GLFan88 September 10, 2010 I’m gonna be bawling like a baby I can’t believe the end is already here.. Log in to Reply Mike Jubinville September 10, 2010 It looks like it will all be wrapped up in a neat little package. That’s nice, but there is a bigger part of me that would love to see some loose strings so I know that the stories will continue on and on and on…except Carly and Jack! Log in to Reply kingace September 10, 2010 The song used in the promo is “Time of Our Lives” sung by Tyrone Wells. The song is available on iTunes. Log in to Reply kingace September 10, 2010 The song used in the promo is “Time of Our Lives” sung by Tyrone Wells. The song is available on iTunes. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.