SPOILERS if you haven't seen this week's episode of Arrow, titled "The Fallen."
Major spoilers ahead if you haven't watched tonight's episode of Arrow, titled "Broken Arrow"!
According to The Flash showrunners, fans could see two of the Flash Family’s most important members as soon as next year.
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 Vampire Diaries has no problem killing off major characters, but as one series regular gets ready to say his goodbyes, the show had to make an important decision about his departure.
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...
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.
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!
This past weekend, Arrow star Stephen Amell posted a simple tutorial explaining how to do the salmon ladder, Oliver Queen’s favorite exercise. Warning: there’s a steep learning curve.
Arrow is taking a hiatus after Oliver’s climactic fight with Ra’s al Ghul, but when it returns next month, there will be plenty of comic book-goodness awaiting. Another comic book character has been been announced for Arrow Season 3, only this individual comes from the stranger side of the DC Universe.
Barry Allen may be the lead superhero on The Flash, but he won’t be the only costumed crime fighter on the series. Firestorm is being set up as an important character, and now we have a sneak peek at the costume he’ll be wearing when he returns.
A lot of familiar faces are returning for Arrow Season 3, and now it’s been announced that the first villain to fight Oliver this season will be returning to go another round with the Starling City archer.
Tonight is the midseason finale of Arrow, meaning we won't be getting any new episodes until next month, but fear not! There are plenty of great comic stories to read out if you're a fan of Starling City's archer. Here are the stories you should check out now.
Oliver Queen has heard of the legend and faced his League of Assassins, and tonight he finally comes face-to-face Arrow’s main antagonist this season: Ra’s al Ghul. Check out the preview for tonight’s epic showdown.