If you were lucky enough to attend this year’s The Flash PaleyFest panel, you may have already caught the sizzle reel that Warner Bros. TV introduced looking at the latter portion of the CW drama’s first season. If you didn’t, however, we can certainly confirm that the rest of the season will sizzle.
Arrow has been on a hiatus over the past several weeks, but this Wednesday it finally returns with the new episode “The Offer.” Here are the five most important things to know about Episode 16.
While we’re still waiting for the theatrical side of the Friday the 13th franchise to rise up from the lake, things are looking good for the previously announced small screen version of Jason Voorhees’ story.
New footage just released shows that one of the main characters on The Flash will be going down a dark path quite soon. As in, very soon. Find out who will be making a big change and what that change will be after the jump.
While the network and the production company have stayed mum about whether or not Hart of Dixie will return to the schedule next year, showrunner Leila Gerstein has officially confirmed that there are only three episodes left until the end of the series. Details here.
Ahead of the premiere of “Out of Time,” the drama has released a brand new poster giving us an up close and personal look at the Reverse-Flash’s costume. Can we just say that Tom Cavanaugh really knows how to rock that suit?
Superhero costume reveals need to be done right for superhero movies and TV shows, and for Arrow star Stephen Amell, the first official image of Oliver Queen costumed up as The Arrow had to be edited at the last minute due to an unusual predicament.
Luke Skywalker isn’t the only famous role Mark Hamill is returning to this year. In three weeks, Mark Hamill will be reprising James Jesse, a.k.a. The Trickster, on The Flash, and we now have our first look at this new version of the wacky, trick-obsessed super villain thanks to a new trailer.
One of the more interesting tidbits to come from the Arrow/The Flash spinoff is that it will include three characters never seen on TV before. Now we have more specific information on concerning their identities.
Since Arrow has been renewed for Season 4, fans will be seeing more comic book villains showing up, and now there’s an update concerning future appearances from two villains who could not be more different.
Man lives in a TV-lit living room of what he believes to be reality. And by the grace of all that is evil, reality will one day include The CW ordering to series their remake of the classic horror anthology series Tales from the Darkside, which has landed its first star.
From minor villains like Firefly to Season 3’s main antagonist Ra’s al Ghul, Arrow has included several minor and major Batman players during the last three seasons. Now it’s possible that one infamous Batman character from recent years will be introduced later this season to take on Oliver Queen
Like The Flash, Arrow is going on an extended hiatus with no new episodes until March 18. Fortunately, The CW has released a promo for Episode 16, titled “The Offer,” for fans to chew on for the next several weeks.
Included among The CW’s in-development Arrow and The Flash spinoff project will be several DC superheroes that have never been in a TV series before. Here are our top picks for who these heroes might be.
The CW has done an impressive job building its own DC TV universe over the past three TV seasons, and now it might be expanding further. There is an Arrow and The Flash team-up spinoff now in early development.