Next week the insanity continues in “Midnight City,” which is the second part of this unofficial Arrow trilogy. What we know so far comes from the official CW description and the 30 second promo the network has released, and there are plenty of clues and hints about what’s coming. We’ve gone ahead and broken down what you can expect from the January 28 episode.
In a show that is constantly reminding you to never get too comfortable with character placement, the CW’s The Vampire Diaries has a strong fanbase consistently rooting for the renewal of relationship that hasn’t seen much hope in the last few seasons. Here's the latest.
While Oliver Queen is doing a bang-up job fighting evildoers on Arrow, that isn’t stopping some people from wanting to see another famous non-powered vigilante who uses personal tragedy as motivation to stop crime on the series: Batman.
It’s been too long since the last episode of Arrow but I’m pretty sure no one forgot what happened at the end of "The Climb." The superhero series’ mid-season finale ended on quite the cliffhanger with Oliver losing his shirtless showdown with one of the deadliest villains in DCU. And the wait for his return has been excruciating. It’s time to bring our hero back from the dead.
Being stabbed and falling off a cliff won’t keep this archer down. Want to know what happened to Oliver Queen following his duel with Ra’s al Ghul? This week’s return of Arrow has the answer.
On the same night that President Obama delivered the State of the Union, Supernatural fans got a reassuring update on the status of Season 10 during “The Hunter Games.” Sam and Dean returned in a tight hour of storytelling that utilized the show’s best characters in refreshing ways.
Whatever your predictions are for The Flash’s Season 1 finale, forget them. According to series star Grant Gustin, what’s coming up in May is completely unpredictable.
Despite Arrow returning from its winter hiatus tomorrow night, we’ll have to wait longer to find out how Oliver will return from the seemingly mortal injuries he recently got. In the meantime, series star Stephen Amell has decided to shoot down one of the recurring theories among Arrow fans.
The Flash has added a lot of villains this season, but there is always room for more. Today, the CW series announced that a former Dexter has joined the show in a villainous role. More details after the jump.
We’ve known for a while that the Arrow and The Flash crossover episodes were seen as a success over at the CW, not to mention fun for fans and the actors and writers themselves. The network sees the Arrow and The Flash crossing over in the future.
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...
There’s good news on the horizon for fans of DC Comics’ television projects. This week at the Television Critics Association press tour, Arrow producer Greg Berlanti mentioned that the CW is in early talks to bring a new superhero character to TV.
This week at the Television Critics Association Press tour, the CW has done something quite unprecedented: the network has already decided to renew eight TV shows for the 2015-2016 TV season. Go ahead and breathe in a sigh of relief.
Over its three seasons, Arrow has brought on many actors who previously starred in the Starz TV series Spartacus. These names include Manu Bennett and more. Now, from the Roman Empire to Central City, The Flash has hired the man that played Spartacus to bring life to this villain from the comics.
Marvel and DC may have their similarities with developing comic book television, but there’s one key difference between the two companies regarding TV…other than the actual characters and stories being used.