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The size of the ensemble of Legends of Tomorrow meant that the odds of somebody dying by the season finale were pretty good. Still, few of us could have imagined that one of those Legends would be killed off in only the second episode of the series.
In a show revolving around an entire team of superheroes, you'd think a serious budget would be a no brainer. And yet…
Arrow viewers saw Matt Ryan reprise John Constantine earlier this month, and now there’s word that the trench coat-wearing occultist may play a role on Legends of Tomorrow.
When Arrow returns from its midseason hiatus next year, this character who hasn’t been seen since last season will return. Spoiler alert! If you don't want to know which former Arrow character will be returning to the series, read no further!
Tom Cavanagh is remaining on The Flash’s main cast in Season 2, leading fans to wonder how exactly he’ll be involved given what happened in the Season 1 finale. Now we have an idea of what’s in store for Cavanagh next season.
When speaking to Victor Garber at the Legends of Tomorrow press room during Comic-Con this past weekend, one of the questions addressed is one that's been on fans' minds since we learned of Firestorm's involvement in the CW spinoff.
Arrow spoilers ahead (Seasons 2, 3)! Oliver Queen has a child, that much we know. But Oliver doesn’t. This plot twist was introduced in the second season of Arrow and barely explored, let alone resolved.
All of this has happened before, and all of this will happen again. And by “all of this,” I mean an Arrow/The Flash crossover event, much like we saw last season. Fans may have guessed another two-parter was coming, and now we have the details.
The Flash Season 1 had a number of great villains causing mischief and mayhem throughout Central City, but which will be back to stir up even more trouble in Season 2? We asked that question during the press roundtables at Comic-Con and executive producer Andrew Kreisberg offered up one very specific answer.
What exactly are they putting in the water over at the CW? By the beginning of 2016 there are going to be three hours a week of DC Comics based television within a shared universe on one network. Now it looks like a fourth hour may not be too far behind that. A stand alone series for Hawkgirl may already be in development.
Yesterday, a Gilmore Girls reunion panel was hosted at ATX Television Festival and all of the major cast members came out to celebrate. They all looked just as happy and content to be back with their Stars Hollow family.
The WWE loves to bring “mainstream” attention to themselves by working with actors, athletes, and other artists. Every once in a while however they actually get in the ring for a match with a major superstar. Stephen Amell of Arrow is the most recent Hollywood celebrity to get involved in WWE storylines and the rumor is that he may be going one-on-one with a WWE superstar at August's Summerslam event.
Starling City was put in danger once again for the Season 3 finale of Arrow, but Ra's al Ghul's virus seemed like a good excuse for Team Arrow to assemble, and for Oliver Queen to choose his destiny. Spoilers ahead if you haven't seen the Season 3 finale of Arrow!
We know it can be tough to keep track of all the new and upcoming network shows. So, we’ve devised a list of all of the major networks, noting whether new shows have been picked up for additional episodes, canceled or renewed.
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...