Second To Last "No Ordinary Family" Bumped To Saturday, March 26 10pm

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March 18th, 2011

The second to last new episode of No Ordinary Family, featuring Xena's Lucy Lawless, is being bumped to a Saturday, March 26 at 10pm burn off by a Dancing with the Stars special which will air on March 29. The No Ordinary Family season (and certainly series) finale is currently still scheduled for Tuesday, April 5 at 8pm.

The ABC press release follows:

STEPHANIE WITNESSES THE FUTURE AND MUST STOP A CHAIN OF EVENTS
IN THE PRESENT THAT WILL CAUSE THE DOWNFALL OF HER FAMILY,
ON ABC’S “No Ordinary Family

Lucy Lawless (“Xena: Warrior Princess,” “Battlestar Galactica,” “Spartacus: Gods of the Arena”) Guest Stars as Mrs. X

Rebecca Mader (“Lost”) Guest Stars as Victoria Morrow

“No Ordinary Future” – After being zooped into the future and witnessing the downfall of her family, Stephanie must do everything in her power to alter a chain of events in the present that will expose the Powells’ powers to the world. Meanwhile, with George’s help, Jim tries to track down those responsible for the death of a fellow cop, and Mrs. X (Lucy Lawless) tasks an unlikely person to keep tabs on Katie and her unborn child, on “No Ordinary Family,” SATURDAY, MARCH 26 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

Note: This program replaces “Dancing with the Stars: Episode 1201” which will now air from 8:00-10:00 p.m., ET.

“No Ordinary Family” stars Michael Chiklis as Jim Powell, Julie Benz as Stephanie Powell, Romany Malco as George St. Cloud, Autumn Reeser as Katie Andrews, Kay Panabaker as Daphne Powell, Jimmy Bennett as JJ Powell and Stephen Collins as Dr. Dayton King.

Guest starring are Luke Kleintank as Chris Minor, Lucy Lawless as Mrs. X, Guillermo Diaz as Detective Cordero, Rebecca Mader as Victoria Morrow, Raphael Sbarge as O’Bannon, Alex Quijano as Rizzo, Mercedes Colon as Marta Cordero, Jay R. Ferguson as Agent Wesley Norris, Josh Daugherty as Tyler Carr, Sandra Sanchez as TV reporter, Stephanie Bast as nurse, John Rubinstein as Dr. Klein, Jeff Grace as camera man and Patrick Robert Smith as military commander.

”No Ordinary Future” was written by Todd Slavkin & Darren Swimmer and directed by Milan Cheylov.

“No Ordinary Family” is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format with a 5.1 channel surround sound. A TV parental guideline will be assigned closer to the airdate.

 
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