It’s likely as a 90’s kid (or parent of a 90’s kid) you spent some time watching Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Based on the DC Comics Superman character, Lois & Clark followed the traditional Superman origin story, while also focusing on the romance between Clark and Lois, and Clark’s time at The Daily Planet.
Airing in 1993, Lois & Clark had a 4 season run before ending abruptly in 1997. Despite fans disappointment, and unfinished storylines, 87 episodes was more than enough for Lois & Clark to become iconic.
This weekend stars Dean Cain and Terri Hatcher, are in Sydney for the Supanova pop culture expo. Dean Cain joined Laura & Duncan to explain why the show came to an end, and what happened to his Superman suit.
Dean Cain is best known for playing Superman in the ’90s series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, he hosted Ripley’s Believe it or Not, appeared in God’s Not Dead and has over 140 acting credits to his name. Dean will be in Sydney this weekend for the Supanova pop culture expo.