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Arrow has always been the darkest of the three DC TV shows on The CW, and it looks like some of that darkness will be spreading over to The Flash. The big Arrow death will take its toll on Team Flash in a big way.
Tonightís episode of Legends of Tomorrow pulled out all the stops and gave us what has to have been the dumbest ending the show has brought to us yet.
Season 2 of The Flash has somehow offered up even more tantalizing mysteries than Season 1 did, and actor Carlos Valdes has now offered up some hints on how the masked man will connect to Zoom's mysteries.
Here's everything we currently know about the newly announced second season for The CW's DC superhero team-up show, Legends Of Tomorrow.
The first 18 episodes of Arrow Season 4 built toward a big death that would land one of Oliverís nearest and dearest in a grave, and now that funeral has probably put Oliver and the rest of his comrades in danger's way.
The last episode of The Flash featured a Barry without powers and Harrison Wells delivering his wildest plan yet. But it also featured one character's death, and here's why that death occurred.
There are probably a lot of goodies in store for fans when The Flash finally debuts the episode directed by DC fan extraordinaire Kevin Smith. Now, we also know that the show will connect to his movies.
Tonight, The Flash was as back to normal as its episode title implied, including one of those crazy exciting endings that immediately starts conversations. But the implications behind tonight's might not be what you think.
Superspeed has been the name of the game for Barry Allen as well as the baddest of his bad guys for Seasons 1 and 2. According to the Flash executive producer, however, there's one thing that they won't be doing with speed anytime soon.
The Flash has done a solid job in almost two full seasons of mining DC comics for villains, heroes and general storyline cues, so itís no surprise that the show will be doing that again soon. Another badass villain from the DC universe is about to show up before long.
Barry Allen is currently without his super speed on The Flash, but this new development doesnít match up with him showing up in Arrowís flash forward. Hereís the explanation for this inconsistency.
Jane the Virgin is currently airing its second season on the CW, and while Jane is finally figuring out life post-baby and what she wants to do about her love life, thereís one very real plot point that hasnít been resolved.
This weekís episode of The Flash finally gave fans the origin story behind this seasonís main antagonist. But it got some major criticism from viewers, and one of the big reveals actually shined a light on a huge problem with Zoom.
Despite his lengthy filmmaking resume, Kevin Smith revealed during his Fatman On Batman podcast that he considers his recent foray into the world of television to represent his finest directorial effort to date.
The latest episode of The Flash left a lot more questions than answers, but one of the bigger questions didnít have anything to Zoom. What we found ourselves confounded by was why there was no mention of last monthís Supergirl crossover whatsoever.