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The most recent episode of CW’s The Flash has pissed some people off. Well, show creator Greg Berlanti, has heard your cries and he has an answer for you.
With very little fluff involved, “Versus Zoom” was easily one of the best episodes of the series thus far, and while there are definitely questions that are left to be answered, here are five big things that we learned about the darkness-filled Zoom both in and out of the mask.
Even though The Flash is a much lighter show than Arrow, things have gotten pretty dark for Central City and its gang of metahuman-stoppers. The CW has the perfect way to counterbalance the grimness, though.
Flashbacks have been a major part of Arrow from the beginning, and they used to be great. Lately, however, they aren't so much. According to the executive producer, there's a good reason why.
The time travel format of Legends of Tomorrow has meant that plenty of characters of DC comic lore can be brought in without having to adapt them for a modern timeline. The latest will be gunslinger Jonah Hex, and actor Jonathan Schaech, who spoke out about his character.
The Vampire Diaries has been on the air for seven seasons now. It’s tenure on network TV makes it one of the longest-running programs on the CW. It has weathered cast members leaving and timeslot changes alike.
Death has come to Arrow in a very big way as one of the main characters was sent off to that great vigilante bunker in the sky. According to executive producer Marc Guggenheim, the death will play a big part in Felicity's decisions.
Arrow has gone through some major changes in Season 4, and the recent big death means that more change is on the way. One character in particular has some personal challenges to face in the rest of the season, and it sounds like the journey will definitely be worth watching.
When The Flash slapped audiences with the truth about Zoom, they pulled out all the storyline stops. And, it looks like before Season 2 ends, we’ll mostly have an explanation for why Zoom is on a quest for speed domination.
The wait for the next Flash episode will be worth it, as Hunter Zolomon’s Zoom will be explored a lot more in the coming weeks, and we’ll finally get to learn just what the hell is going on with that other weird mystery.
The DC TV universe has a lot of ways of killing off characters, but it also has a nearly equal number of ways to bring those dead characters back. Over on The Flash, we’ve seen dead characters return via time travel, not to mention met their Earth-2 counterparts, making returns possible.
If you’ve been missing FOX’s Emmy-winning sketch comedy series MadTV, you happen to be in luck right now, because the show is coming back to television, just not in the same way.
The Winchester brothers are still busy with their Season 11 exploits, but Supernatural is looking ahead to Season 12. The show is bringing in a major Vampire Diaries player in a key role, and there are plenty of reasons to be excited.
It’s hard to imagine The CW without The Vampire Diaries. The supernatural drama is one of the longest running shows on the network and harkens back to an era when vampires were everywhere. But could that be ending?
Even before The Flash’s trip to National City happened, fans were talking about whether or not Supergirl could head to The Flash’s universe in the future. But what about an Earth-1 doppelgänger for Kara Danvers?