Arrow star Stephen Amell has an issue with the way DC Comics has been handling one of its big media endeavors and how it affects the DC TV universe. Find out what he had to say.
This week’s ending of The Flash featured a cameo from noted Flash adversary Gorilla Grodd, but the bigger surprise is that a human was playing the ape during those last minutes of the episode.
If you’ve been hearing good things about The Flash but haven’t taken the time to check out the show, now is the best opportunity to catch up on all five episodes.
The CW has been keeping details on the crossover between Arrow and The Flash secret for months, but now they’ve finally spilled the beans on what will bring these two heroes together next month.
There's something not quite right about Arrow this third season. Obviously, the stellar second is a lot to live up to and The CW's superhero series may be stumbling a bit under the pressure. There's always a lot to like about the show, including plenty of fun references to the DCU, but Arrow is definitely in the middle of a junior slump. That exists, right?
One of Arrow’s many distinguishing features is that even if a person dies, they can still reappear in a variety of ways. The same applies for this important character who will be returning to the show at some point.
Tonight’s 200th episode was a fun celebration of the Winchesters and all the wonderful quirks that make their world fresh and exciting after all this time. “Fan Fiction” was fan service in a way that’s probably never been done on a show before. While not its finest meta hour nor its first jab at the Supernatural fandom, this episode had enough charm to make up for its lackluster story.
The ending of “Plastique” introduced one of the most unique members of The Flash’s rogues gallery. Here’s everything you need to know about this individual and what this mean for the future of the series.
Ronnie Raymond and Professor Martin Stein may be fused together on The Flash, but they aren’t the only people who have been Firestorm. Now the show is adding this member of the Firestorm Matrix.
With his new speed powers, Barry Allen has take on the identity of The Flash to protect the citizens of Central City. However, his powers may be causing more harm than good.
Right after Arrow fans finally got their first look at Ra's al Ghul, the Season 3 big bad, The CW's superhero series stalled the serialized momentum with a villain-of-the-week. However, “The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak” did focus on Arrow's most lovable character so the lack of a lot of easter eggs is easily forgiven.
One of the many things Arrow does right is a good standalone episode. And that's just what we got tonight with "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak." As the title strongly implies, much of the focus of tonight's Arrow installment fell on Emily Bett Rickards' brainy character, Felicity, but the final moments delivered a shocking twist that had very little to do with the computer genius.
Get ready for a different kind of Felicity Smoak with this clip from tonight’s Arrow episode “The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak.” It’s weird, yet amazing!
The Originals began airing its second season almost a month ago, and already we’ve had plenty of new characters and storylines to delve into. However, one character we haven’t seen much of is coming back in an episode that will air fairly soon.
Over the years, William Shakespeare’s works have been adapted countless numbers of times on the stage, silver screen and small screen, and the legendary playwright himself has also been the subject of a few notable projects. The CW is now trying to bring the Bard back to audiences, and it doesn’t sound like they’ll be shooting for historical realism in the slightest.