Dawson's Creek goes down the drain
BY Advocate.com Editors
February 04 2003 1:00 AM ET
After five years of first loves, painful breakups, and groundbreaking gay kisses, Dawson's Creek will go off the air following a two-hour finale May 14, reports Variety. The show, created by out TV and film mogul Kevin Williamson, was the WB network's first critical hit. "We will always carry an emotional attachment to Dawson's Creek, for without it the WB would not exist," said the network's entertainment president, Jordan Levin. "The show defined who we are and reflected the aspirational voice of the next generation of television viewers. The WB has grown up alongside the case, and in the process the series became a defining and life-altering experience for all involved."
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