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.
It was nice to see Arrow rebound after last week's less than stellar episode. "Sara" contained some of the worst action sequences of the series so far, not to mention its fair share of stilted-sentimentality. The CW superhero show has never really nailed the emotional moments but stunning action set-pieces almost always outweigh the heavy-handed drama. Case in point, “Corto Maltese.”
If you’ve been wondering what to call what DC Comics is doing with its slew of TV and movie characters, we have an answer for you. DC President Geoff Johns spoke out on Thursday to explain how The Flash and Arrow can exist on the small screen and still exist in a totally separate world on the big screen.
If all good things must come to an end, I’m sad it only took Supernatural three episodes to conclude its best storyline in quite some time. “Soul Survivor” brought the Deanmon arc to a satisfying and abrupt conclusion.
Arrow has lined up a diverse group of villains for its third season. Oliver Queen will soon be drawn into conflict with comic book bad guys like Digger Harkness, Cupid, his old nemesis Malcolm Merlyn and League of Assassins leader Ra’s al Ghul. However, Oliver may soon face his toughest challenge yet.
While the The CW hopes to continue spinning off the success of Arrow, DC rolled out their plans for a concurrently expanding cinematic universe. The development will obviously have an effect on the small-screen superheroes but to what extent remains unclear. And here we thought the new addition on last week's episode was big news, not to mention the bombshell the series dropped. Can any of the easter eggs in “Sara” possibly put the spotlight back on DC's TV shows?
Here’s a nice surprising reprieve from all the recent news about well-received movies getting tweaked to become TV projects: a well-received movie is getting tweaked to become a TV project. It's The Illusionist.
Regardless of how you felt about Deanmon’s debut last week, there’s no arguing after “Reichenbach” that Jensen Ackles is nailing this demonic side of Dean. Supernatural needed a shakeup headed into its tenth season and the writers have struck gold by turning the eldest Winchester into a black-eyed monster.
The CW doesn't offer a flood of new original series each season. In fact, the network only ordered a handful of new scripted series to join their returning shows for the 2014-2015 season, and only two of them debuted this fall.
Jamie Bamber has had plenty of TV gigs over the past several years, but none have stuck for as long or have been as culturally relevant as Battlestar Galactica. Syfy’s space-oriented drama made Bamber a household name, and now the actor should be hoping that his latest role will bring him steady work for some time to come.