Despite Arrow returning from its winter hiatus tomorrow night, we’ll have to wait longer to find out how Oliver will return from the seemingly mortal injuries he recently got. In the meantime, series star Stephen Amell has decided to shoot down one of the recurring theories among Arrow fans.
The Flash has added a lot of villains this season, but there is always room for more. Today, the CW series announced that a former Dexter star has joined the show in a villainous role. More details after the jump.
We’ve known for a while that the Arrow and The Flash crossover episodes were seen as a success over at the CW, not to mention fun for fans and the actors and writers themselves. The network sees the Arrow and The Flash crossing over in the future.
In addition to announcing a March premiere date for their new series iZombie, CW has also debuted a new look at the smalls screen adaptation of the DC comic. Check it out below...
There’s good news on the horizon for fans of DC Comics’ television projects. This week at the Television Critics Association press tour, Arrow producer Greg Berlanti mentioned that the CW is in early talks to bring a new superhero character to TV.
This week at the Television Critics Association Press tour, the CW has done something quite unprecedented: the network has already decided to renew eight TV shows for the 2015-2016 TV season. Go ahead and breathe in a sigh of relief.
Over its three seasons, Arrow has brought on many actors who previously starred in the Starz TV series Spartacus. These names include Manu Bennett and more. Now, from the Roman Empire to Central City, The Flash has hired the man that played Spartacus to bring life to this villain from the comics.
Marvel and DC may have their similarities with developing comic book television, but there’s one key difference between the two companies regarding TV…other than the actual characters and stories being used.
Although Arrow has been fortunate with the DC characters it’s been able to include on the series, one of the producers has his mind set on someday having a certain Bat-dressed A-lister stop by for a visit.
The show also earns bonus points for being a part of the DC Universe, and the rumor mill has been buzzing about whether or not Supergirl will eventually be able to crossover with the CW properties The Flash and Arrow. As it turns out, it might actually be more than wishful thinking on the fan’s part.
Anyone who ever watched the CW’s tentpole series Gilmore Girls should fondly remember Edward Herrmann’s Richard Gilmore, the stuffy but kindhearted father of Lorelei and grandfather of Rory who appeared on the CW drama for most of its run. Unfortunately, Herrmann passed away this morning at a hospital in New York City.
The Parents Television Council tends to get riled up about network and cable programming, from network shows like Glee to cable shows with more violent themes like Sons of Anarchy. However, there’s at least one show that PTC President Tim Winters regrets having made an issue over.
Ray Palmer has already proved to be an interesting character this season on Arrow, and judging by the path the writers seem to be setting up for him, he just might become one of the most important individuals on the show.
While we know that he’s the S.T.A.R. Labs tech genius and is hilarious, Cisco Ramon still remains quite the mystery on The Flash. That will change later on this season when someone from his past stops by for a visit. Here are the details.
Viewers of The Flash will learn next year that villainy runs in the family when this sister of an iconic Flash villain makes her debut. A CW alum is joining the series for the big role. Find out more after the jump!