The Arrow spinoff The Flash has revealed an exciting new extended trailer today. Clocking in at more than five minutes, the video begins with tragedy before bringing us to the present day Barry Allen.
To top off a wonderful season full of fantastic fights, memorable characters and, of course, DCU references, Arrow did the “Unthinkable.” The Season 2 finale not only featured two ‘final’ showdowns between our hero and big bad but also the return of almost everyone who has ever fought over the fate of Starling City.
Of the five major TV networks, the CW is the last to do its upfront presentation. The 2014-2015 was announced this morning, and as we hoped, The Flash is on the line-up, along with new drama Jane the Virgin and returning favorites The Vampire Diaries, Arrow and The 100. Zombie drama iZombie and sci-fi series The Messengers will air in 2015.
With the CW's upfront presentation coming up, we were hoping we might get a glimpse of their Arrow spinoff The Flash during tonight's Season 2 finale, and sure enough, CW released the above teaser, which gives us a look at Barry Allen as The Flash on the move. "Showoff," Oliver Queen says, as Flash zooms between the arrow and the target, catching Oliver's arrow and celebrating the move with a cheer.
The CW is going to get promo-crazy next week for the network upfronts, and they’ve already started rolling out teaser images for four of their new series, including The Flash, iZombie, The Messengers and Jane the Virgin.
Next Wednesday night, the "Unthinkable" will happen... and maybe not just because the Arrow Season 2 finale is titled "Unthinkable." In fact, the title may very well be a major warning that something terrible is going to happen by season's end. Will Slade kill the person Oliver loves most?
In with the new unfortunately means out with the old. Or well, old-ish anyway. CW's Star-Crossed only just got its start this year, and The Tomorrow People debuted last fall, but both dramas have been cancelled by The CW, along with veteran series The Carrie Diaries.
Two days after the Blu-ray/DVD release of his Kickstarted feature version of Veronica Mars, the CW has announced they’ve put in a series order for Thomas’ next project, the comic book adaptation iZombie.
The last three episodes of Arrow have basically served as one giant cliffhanger for the “Unthinkable" second season finale. "Seeing Red" saw a major character meet their demise (while another was born) before “City of Blood” released Deathstroke’s super-soldiers to wreak havoc in Starling City and create this week’s titular “Streets Of Fire." Can our heroes put out the flames? Not yet. Remember, cliffhanger.
It’s hard to fill 22 episode about a slew of vampires, werewolves and witches. And since the “ruling” of New Orleans is central to the plot in The Originals, it’s only fitting that the constant plot twists are related to matters of control. There’s little time to wrap everything up now; next week is The Originals’ big Season 1 finale, and the preview for the episode seems to promise an explosive one.
There’s no better indication of how far off track Supernatural went the past three weeks than the epic “Previously On” segment that recapped the season’s biggest storylines. It was actually depressing to see how much materials the final three episodes needed to cover. Thankfully “King of the Damned” was a big improvement over Chicago and whatever else happened the last couple weeks.
Every time I hear the title for this week's episode of Arrow, "Streets of Fire," I end up with the Rocky IV training montage song "Hearts on Fire" in my head. So with that, we'll kick off the photo preview for the penultimate episode of Arrow with an optional soundtrack for those of you who need a bit of motivation music to get you through Tuesday...
As if you couldn't tell by last night's episode of Arrow, which left things off in a pretty chaotic place in Starling City, we're down to the last couple of episodes of Season 2. The teaser for "Streets of Fire" reminds us that there are just two episodes left, in fact, with next week's installment serving as the penultimate episode of the second season. Spoilers if you aren't caught up through last night's "City of Blood."
Even though last week’s Arrow was only the fourth last episode of the season, "Seeing Red" had a few moments fit for a finale. It not only said goodbye to a significant character but also included an allusion to a possibly huge addition. And all this a month before the “Unthinkable." The shocking farewell also paved the way for Starling to become a “City of Blood” and there are plenty of DCU references in this week’s cliffhanger...
For the second straight week the Winchesters were relegated to second fiddle and an episode struggled as a result. Last week it was Sheriff Jody’s turn to be the focal point of a vampire family story. This week we were treated to the backdoor pilot for Supernatural: Bloodlines and introduced to approximately 17 characters that were called by name far too often within a 42-minute span.