Fall is so close, you can practically smell the pumpkin spice latte! Kids are going back to school and network TV is amping up for the return of fan favorite series and the arrival of new comedies and dramas. For CW, that includes the highly anticipated Arrow spinoff The Flash and the dramatic looking new dramedy Jane the Virgin...
Arrow has added another villain to its roster. While we already know who the Season 3 big bad will be, it sounds like there will be week-to-week baddies causing mayhem in Starling City and -- Arrow Season 3 spoiler alert! -- Simon Lacroix is one of them. TRON: Legacy's Matt Ward has been cast to play the role.
Even though Flash doesn’t have its own panel at this year’s Comic-Con, that doesn’t mean they were going to let Arrow show them up. The superhero spin-off released their own tease to counter the first look at Season 3 of their sister show. The ‘Speed Trap’ spot doesn’t show any actual footage but it’s still pretty damn cool.
Just like Arrow, The Flash really is brimming with potential for great heroes and villains. Following word that we may be Firestorm on The Flash, comes news that Wentworth Miller has been cast to play the role of Leonard Snart, also known in the DC universe as Captain Cold, recurring nemesis to the Flash.
San Diego Comic-Con officially kicks off a week from today, so the timing is perfect for Warner Bros. to unveil the designs for the collectible bags, which will be handed out to all registered attendees when they arrive to pick up their SDCC badges.
Meet Detective Pretty! Ok, something tells me that Detective Eddie Thawne might be going but another alias at some point, but we'll get to that. The latest preview for The Flash introduces us to the very handsome detective working in the vicinity of Candice Patton's Iris West, the eventual, potential love interest to Grant Gustin's Barry Allen.
Following CBS' Fall TV premiere schedule, the CW has released their own plans for new and returning programming this fall. It looks like they'll be getting things going during early October, starting with The Vampire Diaries, Reign and TVD-spinoff The Originals.
After becoming a dominant force in the world of blockbuster movies, comic books are now ready to take over television. Perhaps the most exciting in-development project of the bunch, however, is the Flash series that is currently in the works over at the CW.
The CW is giving us two new looks at the upcoming Arrow spinoff The Flash. While one video has Barry Allen zipping through the fast lane, the other has him stuck in the friend zone. The above video shows Barry exploring his newly acquired super-speed, which involves a bit of testing, guided by Tom Cavanagh's Dr. Harrison Wells.
CW has given us a new look at the highly anticipated Arrow spinoff The Flash, which is lined up for a Fall premiere. The new video gives us a look at Barry's gasping reentry into the world of the conscious after months in a coma following a life-altering chemical explosion
Back in February it was revealed that the upcoming Flash television series had done a bit of fan-friendly casting. The show officially announced that John Wesley Shipp - the actor who played Barry Allen in the Flash television series that ran in the 90s - had joined on the Arrow spin-off series in a mystery role. We've spent months speculating about the identity of the character Shipp would play, and today it's finally been announced: he will be playing Barry Allen's father.
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.
Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg's Arrow spinoff The Flash seemed like a sure thing for the CW, but nothing's certain until that series order comes in, and today, it came in! The Flash is a go. Barry Allen will be back on the CW for the 2014-2015 season, this time around as a lead character in his own series -- as opposed to a guest character in CW's Arrow, which is how the character was first introduced to us.
This week’s Arrow had a few game changing events. While one recurring character met their untimely end in “Seeing Red,” the episode balanced out the loss by introducing another major presence during the flashbacks. To those unfamiliar with the DC Comics source material, the subplot may have seemed like typical CW-style melodrama but it’s all based on a long-standing “Green Arrow” storyline.
Arrow took a week off after battling “Deathstroke" and The CW has been taking advantage of the extra time to promote tomorrow night’s return. The network already released a trailer for and clip from “The Man Under the Hood” and now, the new ‘DC All Access’ shows the episode's introduction of two pivotal characters from the Flash spin-off.