Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
The good news is, the next new episode of The Flash looks awesome. The bad news is, we have to wait weeks to see it, as CW has put the freshman superhero drama in reruns until later in March. The CW dropped this little nugget of disappointment in the trailer...
The CW has done an impressive job building its own DC TV universe over the past three TV seasons, and now it might be expanding further. There is an Arrow and The Flash team-up spinoff now in early development.
Thanks to a new photo, now the possibility of a crossover between Arrow’s Oliver Queen and The Flash recurring character Firestorm is suddenly on our minds. Are these two about to blaze the trail for the superhero team-up few of us expected?
This week’s surprise moment from The Flash came from a reunion between General Wade Eiling and the gorilla that he tormented years ago: Grodd! That’s right, “Fallout” provided our best look at Flash’s gorilla nemesis yet.
There’s a plethora of superhero TV shows available to the public, from the horror-driven Constantine to the action-packed Arrow to the sci-fi adventures of The Flash. We’ve gone ahead and ranked each superhero TV show currently airing to give you an idea of what you should be checking out.
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.
Although The Flash has its titular protagonist teaming up with several superheroes, for series star Grant Gustin, there’s only one superhero who he has his eye on fighting alongside.
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.
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 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.
We did some sleuthing, combing through the Season 1 shows that have hit the schedule during the 2014-2015 season and put together a list of the 8 we feel you need to check out most. So, give ‘em a watch—you may be pleasantly surprised.
“The Sound and the Fury” finally introduced viewers of The Flash to what it is that makes the titular hero run so fast, and as you might have imagined from this superhero series, it’s more than just getting struck by lightning.
ABC’s Agent Carter got another swift kick last night, at least in terms of ratings. After taking a break from airing new episodes for one week, Agent Carter was back with an action-oriented episode featuring Howard Stark last night. Apparently, this didn't help the ratings.
The crossovers with Arrow continue later this season on The Flash when these two characters will pop by Central City to help out the Scarlet Speedster and the S.T.A.R. Labs team.