Subscribe To Topics You're Interested In
I've already subscribed
Although Arrow was the show to kick off a return to the primetime superhero genre, and although it has always had good ratings (for CW standards), it has consistently been behind The Flash in the ratings. Then, this happened.
The Season 4 premiere of Arrow – fittingly entitled “Green Arrow” – was a thrill ride in 42 minutes with a kicker of an ending that is undoubtedly responsible for any gasps, squeals, and/or shrieks of obscenities that echoed throughout the country at 8:59 ET on Wednesday night.
The Flash brought Season 2 to fans in full force, and if you thought Episode 2 would skimp on bringing in new stuff, you’d be mistaken. Check out Barry’s newest power as The Flash in all of its explosive glory.
Arrow was the first modern network superhero show to be taken seriously by the mainstream media. Part of this undoubtedly comes from the fact that the superhero himself tended to take everything about his job as guardian of Starling City very seriously.
Death is tricky in comic book stories. When major characters meet their maker, their demise usually isn’t permanent, and eventually they’re revived somehow. Will this happen on The Flash? Here's what the executive producer has to say.
Hot damn, The Flash knows exactly how to welcome fans back to this comic book world after saying goodbye before the summer. The premiere gave us a return of sorts from Harrison Wells, whose final message to Barry was actually extraordinarily helpful.
Fans have waited all summer for The Flash to premiere, and while there might be some people out there who disagree, I think it was absolutely worth the wait. In large part due to having our minds blown by the big twist.
Following the official Arrow Season 4 portraits of Oliver Queen and John Diggle in their new costumes, The CW has release this official photo of Thea Queen suited up as Speedy.
Arrow Season 3 was a depressing year for all of the show’s main characters, with constant threats and dangers busting up Team Arrow throughout the year. But fortunately, Season 4 will see one character returning to their humorous roots, and it will be a grand welcome.
When The Flash returns for Season 2 next week, we already know that things are going to get pretty insane, what with all the Earth 2 business and the big baddie Zoom aiming to terrorize everyone. And it looks like another villain is making his way to Central City.
Since the show is returning for Season 2 next week, the metropolis obviously won’t be ripped from its foundation. However, despite him being the show’s main hero, it’s possible that Barry Allen may not be the one responsible for saving Central City .So who else could have helped him?
There was a mystery lingering in the background in The Flash Season 1: what happened to Iris West’s mother? Well, that question is about to be answered now that this actress has been cast as the West matriarch. Now if only we knew where she's been.
It’s no secret that the Firestorm situation in the DC TV universe is going to change in the coming months, and now we have our first look at the person who Dr. Martin Stein will be sharing the superhero identity with. And his name isn't Ronnie.
The death in The Flash Season 1 finale was a shocking moment for faithful viewers, and, as it turns out, the cast was just as surprised by the turn of events. Here's what the cast has to say about the big episode.
The main characters for Legends of Tomorrow has been assembled, and now more of the show’s supporting players are starting to be revealed, including this original character who will be connected to Hawkgirl and Hawkman.