In many ways, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman was before its time: produced in an era when superhero stories (on television at least) were still largely deemed to be the exclusive realm of kids. And yet, the shows developer, Debra Joy Levine, had very strong desires to gear it toward an older audience.
What transpired was a strange mix of content that tried to cater to several age groups. In some instances, this worked and, at other times, they didn't quite pull it off. Nevertheless, for much of the show's four-year run, Lois and Clark was incredibly popular. And it no doubt paved the way for trendier (of their time) shows to come, such as Smallville and Heroes.
Being what's now known as a tweenager and early teenager during Lois and Clark's peak, I was probably among the show's core demographic of fans. The appeal, for me, I'm not going to lie, was predominantly the very handsome Dean Cain, but there were undoubtedly other things that kept me glued to my TV screen.
But happened to the cast of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman after the show was canceled in 1997?