Air Date: Monday, September 04, 2006
Time Slot: 10:00 PM-11:00 PM EST on TNT
Episode Title: (#113) "Crossroads"
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TNT�s Character-Driven Drama Series SAVED Hits �Crossroads� in Gripping Season Finale Monday, Sept. 4

Tom Everett Scott (That Thing You Do) Headlines SAVED at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)

TNT�s character-driven series SAVED, starring Tom Everett Scott (That Thing You Do and the upcoming Broadway production of The Little Dog Laughed), finds its roster of paramedics at a critical turning point as the series� first season comes to a close. The SAVED season finale, entitled �Crossroads,� airs Monday, Sept. 4, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), immediately following the season finale of TNT�s hit series THE CLOSER.

In �Crossroads,� written by John Mankiewicz and directed by SAVED executive producer David Manson, paramedic Wyatt Cole (Scott) must finally decide what he really wants from his job and his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Alice (Elizabeth Reaser � The Family Stone), who may have a job opportunity on the other side of the country. As he struggles to help a young boy who may be a victim of abuse, Wyatt must also deal with the fact that Lifeshield, the ambulance service for which he works, is on the auction block.

Wyatt�s paramedic partner John �Sack� Hallon (Omari Hardwick � Beauty Shop, Sucker Free City), who has hopes of rekindling his relationship with the mother of his child, faces some tough issues when she delivers some shocking news. And paramedic Angela de la Cruz (Tracy Vilar � The Steve Harvey Show, ER) prepares to enter a new phase of her life, one that involves an important contribution from newbie EMT Harper Sims (Michael McMillian � What I Like About You, Firefly).

Throughout its first 13-episode season, TNT�s SAVED has averaged more than 3.4 million viewers each week, according to data from Nielsen Media Research. The series comes to TNT from Fox 21, Imagine Television and Sarabande Productions, with Sarabande�s David Manson (Nothing Sacred, Thief) and Imagine�s David Nevins (Arrested Development) serving as executive producers.

Turner Network Television (TNT), a division of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., is television�s destination for drama and one of cable�s top-rated networks. It offers original movies and series, including the blockbuster detective series The Closer, starring Emmy�, Golden Globe� and Screen Actors Guild Awards� nominee Kyra Sedgwick; Saved, a new character-driven drama starring Tom Everett Scott; and next year�s eagerly anticipated television event The Company, executive-produced by Ridley Scott and starring Chris O�Donnell, Michael Keaton and Alfred Molina. TNT is also home to powerful one-hour dramas, such as Without a Trace, Law & Order, Las Vegas, Cold Case, ER, Charmed and Judging Amy; broadcast premiere movies; compelling prime-time specials, such as the Screen Actors Guild Awards�; and championship sports coverage, including NASCAR and the NBA. TNT is also available in high-definition.

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