The CW decided to advertise the final episodes of Arrow and The Flash's respective seasons by putting together a Fight Club and pro wrestling-inspired promo. It’s everything we want from the spinoff. Check it out, and remember the rules.
We’ve known for a while that Arrow’s Felicity Smoak and Ray Palmer would be headed to the set of the CW’s other hit comic series The Flash, but this weekend the network revealed that Cisco and the gang will have an influence on Ray’s eventual superhero name.
After weeks of remaining untitled, we may finally have a title for the Arrow/The Flash spinoff, but what’s odd is that it’s named after just one of the main characters.
We already know that Arrow and The Flash will be connected to the upcoming spinoff, and Arrow star Stephen Amell just revealed that all three shows are going to maintain a regular level of connectivity than what we're already used to.
Throughout its first season, The Flash has done a remarkable job of introducing many the Scarlet Speedster’s adversaries. With Season 1 almost over, the showrunners already have two names in mind to pit Flash up against next year.
I’m not going to lie here. The most fabulous part of “Tricksters” was seeing Mark Hamill return to this universe as the gloriously loony Trickster. But we knew that was coming, unlike the episode's major twists and turns. Spoilers abound.
The currently unnamed Arrow/The Flash spinoff has already recruited several notable heroes and villains. However, today’s news brings us two DC Comics characters who haven’t appeared on either show.
Fans can rest easy knowing that Mark Hamill’s Trickster won’t be killed off in tomorrow’s episode of The Flash. The showrunners already working on a way to bring back the gag-obsessed supervillain. Get the details.
Last week’s completely bonkers episode ”Out of Time” revealed how time travel works in this universe, and boy did it cause some disruptions in the timeline. Here are the five biggest changes that took place in "Rogue Time."
Actor Robin Lord Taylor’s performance on Gotham has made Oswald Cobblepot, a.k.a The Penguin, arguably the show’s breakout character. However, the actor also has his eye on appearing in another acclaimed superhero series.
The Flash is dipping into Arrow’s lineup of enemies once again. This will be the second time The Flash has borrowed one of Arrow’s bad guys, the first being Robert Knepper reprising his role as Clock King in the episode “Power Outage.” Find out more after the jump.
The preview for next week’s episode The Flash episode “Rogue Time” indicates that while things may seem safe, Barry’s actions in “Out of Time” will have major consequences.
Fans have been obsessively trying to figure out what Harrison Wells’ deal is on The Flash since the pilot. This week’s episode “Out of Time” finally answered the question of who he really is.
Major spoilers for The Flash episode “Out of Time” below, so speed away if you don’t want to ruin it for yourself. But if you did watch it, then you know how amazeballs it was.
If you were lucky enough to attend this year’s The Flash PaleyFest panel, you may have already caught the sizzle reel that Warner Bros. TV introduced looking at the latter portion of the CW drama’s first season. If you didn’t, however, we can certainly confirm that the rest of the season will sizzle.