One of the more recurring rumors about where Arrow is headed is that at some point, John Diggle will become the TV version of popular Green Lantern John Stewart. Now one of the showrunners has finally addressed whether ‘space cop’ is a career in Diggle’s future.
Huntress has been one of the more popular recurring characters on Arrow, and many fans have been asking when we’ll see the crossbow-wielding femme fatale again. Here's what executive producer Marc Guggenheim had to say about adding the character to the mix this season.
You may or may not watch the CW's Beauty and the Beast, but if you are you'll be happy to hear the latest news that it has not been cancelled. That's right! So, if you're a fan or just a flat-out hate-watcher, get ready for the return of your favorite romance drama.
After a few weeks in recovery, the Arrow is back! And he certainly looked the part at the end of the "Uprising" when he let the citizens and, more importantly, criminals of his city know the green-hooded hero had returned. Returned, recuperated and not happy that the “Canaries” got in the game while he was on the sidelines.
Next week, The Flash follows up on the events involving Firestorm with “Fallout,” and the episode description and trailer also reveal that another important element of Flash’s mythos will be explored.
What elevated tonight’s episode of Supernatural was its commitment to social commentary, something this show has done very well over the years, and the targets in “Halt and Catch Fire” were multiple – college students, Greek life, and, most noticeably, tech-obsessed youth.
Ray Palmer will be putting on the A.T.O.M. suit for the first time on Arrow in a couple weeks, but how long until we see him shrink? One of the executive producers has the answer.
It looks like a popular Walking Dead actress will be joining the CW's The Flash. Weirdly, she'll playing a villain related to an Arrow character. Get the weird details after the jump.
For nearly all of Arrow’s run, John Diggle has been a intricate member of Team Arrow, essentially serving as Oliver’s second-in-command and moral compass. However, there have been frequent discussions among the fans about whether John should trade in his leather jacket and put on a costume and mask to fit in close with Oliver, Roy and Laurel. Like, say, the Green Lantern's costume.
Next week’s episode of The Flash, “The Nuclear Man,” will feature the Scarlet Speedster coming face-to-face with Firestorm. Here are the three main reasons fans should get hyped for the metahuman’s return.
After their three week min-arc, Arrow will go back into a more regular pacing, but don’t think that means that things will go back to normal. In fact, we might get our most unusual episode yet with the return of these two characters. One of them just might startle you.
This week, while light on references to the DCU, finally marked the end of the Arrow resurrection mini-arc. Since the superhero series' return, one adversary has been doing a lot of damage in Oliver's absence with Vinnie Jones' villain running the law out of the Glades. It's going to take an old-fashioned “Uprising” to root out this miniboss.
There's a pilot in development for a show called Cheerleader Death Squad that's the creation of talented TV vets, and is being described as "Heathers meets Alias." Are you kidding me? Let's get this show on TV yesterday.
"About a Boy" dealt with the season’s mythology only briefly but had enough winning ingredients to rise above the problems that plague over throwaway episodes. You had a new twist on a familiar story and plenty of humor sprinkled throughout.
After months of teasing the concept, Barry Allen will finally travel through time in an upcoming episode of The Flash, and this is going to open up new paths for the show, both good and bad. Here's all the details about the new ability.