Among the better series to debut this Spring was CW's The 100. The sci-fi drama was featured with a panel at Comic-Con last week, and we had the opportunity to sit with the cast and creator Jason Rothenberg to talk about what's ahead. Everyone was careful to avoid major spoilers, but we were able to get some interesting tidbits about Season 2.
It was a big night for Warner Bros. Television and DC Comics in Hall H at Comic-Con tonight, and that certainly applies to Arrow, as evidenced by the above preview, which was screened at the Night of DC Entertainment at SDCC...
Arsenal is sticking with the red hoodie attire that has worked so well for these guys in the past, although this one looks like it’s ready for some wear and tear. It’s no Batsuit, of course, but it’s a more hero-worthy outfit than the drab winter hoodie he was wearing before.
Let's just say it, The 100 deserves higher ratings than it gets, even for a CW show, where ratings are usually on the lower end of the spectrum. With that said, The 100 is on CW's Fall lineup for Season 2, so there's no sense going on a rant about why enough people aren't watching this show.
"Not everybody's going to make it down, and not everybody's going to live through this Grounder attack." This, according to The 100's Supervising Producer Dean White and Executive Producer Jason Rothenberg. I'm thinking we might have guessed as much on both counts.
After vetoing his stay-and-fight plan, Clarke seems a bit more supportive of Bellamy in the preview for "We Are Grounders - Part II," the season finale of The 100. And from the video above, it looks like fighting is inevitable, even in the run-and-live strategy that Clarke and Bellamy's people took at the end of last night's episode. And um, if it's not already clear, spoilers ahead if you aren't caught up on The 100 through "We Are Grounders - Part II"!
While we wait for the CW to give us a proper trailer for Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright's iZombie series, the photos and artwork are what we have to go by in terms of visuals for this series. That includes the above poster, which gives us a look at Rose McIver as Liv, the titular zombie of this story.
There are just two episodes remaining in the first season of The 100 and the penultimate one airs tonight. Based on the clip from "We Are Grounders - Part 1," it looks like Bellamy's on the verge of losing it. And with Clarke, Finn and Monty gone, not to mention the threat of the Grounders, it's not all that surprising that the pressure would be on.
Those who've been keeping up on the numerous Outlander updates from Starz since the series went into production last year are likely familiar with the "Speak Outlander" videos, which have given fans some helpful tips on how to pronounce those tricky gaelic phrases, frequently used in Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series...
The 100 has proven to be one of those truly great freshman dramas that keeps you guessing with each new episode. Honestly, there's no predicting what will happen next on this series, and that's just one reason why we can't stop watching! Unfortunately, in a matter of weeks, we'll have to stop watching as The 100's first season is winding down.
CW has finally released the extended trailer for their upcoming fall series Jane the Virgin. As expected, it's dramatic and a little bit ridiculous, but in a charming and funny way. Jane's been raised to protect her virginity, lest it wither like a flower... or be crushed like one, anyway. And then she finds herself artificially inseminated with the sperm of a wealthy hotel owner. Things get even more complicated from there.
After nine seasons, how does a television show make you audibly gasp at its final reveal? Shouldn’t all the magic be gone? By now we should know every trick and be able to telegraph every plot twist. Coming out of the final commercial break, I’m sure all of us were expecting a “Deus ex Machina” solution to Dean’s death. We’d seen it countless times over the course of nine seasons. Sam and Dean die, come back, and everything works itself out after a few episodes.
ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW have released their 2014-2015 schedules, leaving us to sort through the lineups to see what's airing when. With new shows added, cancelled shows removed and some series shifted around the schedule, keeping it all straight can be tricky, which is why we've put together this handy guide...
Boy, if you thought you were having a bad day, I can guarantee it's nothing compared to what happens to a group of New Mexico citizens on the CW's upcoming sci-fi thriller The Messengers.
Another DC comic adaptation coming to the CW in the 2014-2015 season is iZombie, a series that will bring Veronica Mars' Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright back to the network for a crime-solving drama with a zombie twist.