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Barry and Cisco have finally traveled to Earth 2 with Wells. And, we were treated to another cool doppelgänger bad guy who has some awesome powers that we never thought we'd see from a certain character.
Here it is, over two years after the world got its first taste of the two sisters at the heart of Disney’s Frozen, and there is still no sign of its popularity slowing down. And now we know when we'll see the next chapter of the characters' lives, and it won't be on the big screen.
The contemporary update of the classic Archie comic strip has evidently just taken a huge step forward by casting actors to portray key characters.
Fans of The Flash knew that some big things were going to happen when Barry, Cisco and Wells took a trip to Earth 2, and tonight’s episode definitely delivered some interesting visuals. But while some of them were expected, there was one that came completely as a surprise.
The Flash has amassed an impressive gallery of rogues over the season and a half that has aired so far, ranging from metahumans with unbelievable powers to ordinary humans with extraordinary equipment. Season 2 will be bringing back one of the best rogues in an unexpected way.
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story is centered on one of the biggest trials in American history, at least as far as the public’s consumption of it is concerned. So it makes sense that in bringing the events of the case to TV audiences, the producers decided to go as large-scale as possible.
Recent years have seen streaming television shows keep up with the traditional network, and Amazon Prime found a real winner with original series Mozart in the Jungle. Luckily for those of us who have already watched the first two seasons, Amazon has now announced that Mozart in the Jungle has been renewed for a third season.
Athletes retiring from the sport that made them famous is nothing new. But, lovers of wrestling were shocked when WWE star Daniel Bryan, only 34-years-old, officially announced his retirement due to his wrestling related injuries on Monday. The WWE paid tribute to his, all too short, career with a retrospective video.
Cringe-worthy moments are a staple of every Academy Awards telecast, and few things get my neuroses inflamed as when the orchestra beings to play during an acceptance speech. That could all be changing soon, though, thanks to a fantastic new idea from the Oscar telecast's producers.
Watchmen and Human Target were more than enough to solidify Jackie Earle Haley’s geek cred, but the actor’s not done with the comic book genre. Haley’s latest gig is joining another comic book franchise.
No one busting their ass on a popular TV show wants secrets and plot points getting leaked to the public ahead of time, but The Walking Dead is one that’s always being targeted for such leaks, and it’s inevitable for certain details to come out early. In this case, Russia is to blame.
When Supergirl premiered this fall, there was a lot of hype surrounding the CBS drama. Not only was it a bigger budget TV project than we’d seen over at the CW, but it also had a female superheroine anchoring the show.
In an exciting development, CBS has announced the official showrunner for the next Star Trek series, and it sounds like a real home run of a choice. It won’t be Kirk or Picard or Janeway, but it will be somebody with an extensive knowledge of all things Trek.
Family Feud sees plenty of bloopers from contestants, but one woman may have earned the title of worst Feud contestant. Normally, a terrible answer results in a buzzer buzzing and the game moving on, but not this time, and it's pretty hilarious.
The Season 6 premiere of The Walking Dead saw a record-breaking number of walkers stumbling through the backwoods of Alexandria, Virginia. However, according to Greg Nicotero: that was nothing.