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The big networks have all released their respective fall 2015 schedules, but if you want to figure out all the tricky maneuvers you are going to have to make with your DVR, you can take a look at our master list, here. Everything from The Flash to Scorpion has conveniently been listed.
As part of the network upfronts, The CW has released its complete fall schedule, and the series seen on it are going to look very familiar to anyone who was watching this past season. With a few key changes, of course.
This is it, Arrow fans! Season 3 of the CW series draws to a close on Wednesday, May 13 and the trailer for the episode, "My Name Is Oliver Queen" teases the return of a familiar face, a punch to the face, and what could prove to be a pretty epic face-off as "the final battle" nears...
Although an air date for Legends of Tomorrow hasnít been announced yet, fans wonít have to wait long to get a taste of what itís offering. Several of the spinoffís characters will be appearing on The Flash in less than two weeks.
Although itís a spinoff of one of the fastest superheroes out there, the CWís offshoot of The Flash and Arrow has taken its sweet time in getting from inception to confirmation. But now it's officially coming to The CW!
One of The Flash's biggest mysteries has remained unsolved, until tonight, when the CW released a clip that reveals how all of the prisoners stuck in S.T.A.R. Labsí high tech facilities are fed each day.
Oh yes, Grodd lives! Finally, the notorious Flash villain, Gorilla Grodd, gets his own episode on The Flash, and from the looks of the preview it does not disappoint.
Usually when a series boasts that everything will be different after a certain episode, itís a load of crap, but The Flash really did completely alter the series' future, and here are the four biggest moments.
Obviously series lead Barry Allen will be at the forefront of whatís coming the final episodes of The Flash Season 1, but each character will have their own moments to shine, and one of the showrunners teased something big for one of the S.T.A.R. Labs team members.
A preview for next weekís episode of The Flash, titled ďThe Trap,Ē hints that Barry Allen will have a future with DCís most famous superhero team: the Justice League.
In the world of modern TV spinoffs, sometimes the name can be just as important as the subject matter involved. When it comes to the upcoming heroes-and-villains offspring of Arrow and The Flash, one unofficial name has joined another, and this one also has major ties to the DC Universe.
The CW decided to advertise the final episodes of Arrow and The Flash's respective seasons by putting together a Fight Club and pro wrestling-inspired promo. Itís everything we want from the spinoff. Check it out, and remember the rules.†
Weíve known for a while that Arrowís Felicity Smoak and Ray Palmer would be headed to the set of the CWís other hit comic series The Flash, but this weekend the network revealed that Cisco and the gang will have an influence on Rayís eventual superhero name.
After weeks of remaining untitled, we may finally have a title for the Arrow/The Flash spinoff, but whatís odd is that itís named after just one of the main characters.
We already know that Arrow and The Flash will be connected to the upcoming spinoff, and Arrow star Stephen Amell just revealed that all three shows are going to maintain a regular level of connectivity than what we're already used to.