You can watch popular CW shows on Netflix right now. Soon though, thanks to a new deal, not only will that relationship continue, full current seasons will be uploaded soon after the finale. The Flash would proud.
When Lexa took a rando bullet to the tit on The 100, it highlighted a murderous trend on TV: for the life of them, lesbians could not survive. Since her death back in March, more than 12 other queer ladies have caught bullets with their chests, cars with their faces, and poison with their mouths. (Also some died…
Harry Houdini and Arthur Conan Doyle team up to solve mysteries in a British-Canadian-U.S. co-production you’re probably only just hearing about! Person Of Interest’s fifth and final season! And what are these continuously promised deaths on Agents of SHIELD and Once Upon A Time? Let’s figure it out, on This Week’s TV!
Game of Thrones reveals the fate of Jon Snow! Plus 12 Monkeys resumes, and Supergirl concludes its first (and final?) season! The CW tries its hand at the outbreak genre with Containment! And what’s this? A Toxic Avenger Marathon?! Get Troma-tized on This Week’s TV!
Season four of Orphan Black has come! The two-hour season finale of iZombie! The series premiere of Whitley Strieber’s Hunters! Jonah Hex debuts on Legends of Tomorrow! And just what the hell is Kong: King of the Apes? Find out in This Week’s TV!
The death of a minor supporting character on a tiny CW show set of a huge discussion about the representation of the LBGTQ community on TV, and this caught most people by surprise. Yet here we are, a month after The 100 aired the inciting incident, still talking about it. What’s keeping this discussion going? In part,…
Select members of The Backstreet Boys, N*Sync, 98 Degrees and O-Town battle zombies in the old West! The Flash crosses over to Supergirl! Wynona Earp premieres on Syfy! Archer returns for another season! All this, and the feature-length season finale of The Walking Dead, all on this week’s TV!
After three weeks of radio silence, The 100 showrunner Jason Rothenberg has finally spoken out about the super controversial on-show murder. Rothenberg sat down with Damian Holbrook from TV Insider to do a little damage control after the death that set off a firestorm of LBGTQ outrage on Twitter and beyond.
Good day to you, one and all! (But especially the one. You know who you are.) The week you guys asked if The 100 will fix its own stupid mistake, whether the Netflix shows are too dark for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and when to tell your kid that Darth Vader is actually Luke’s father. Let’s mail it in, shall we?
Fans were not pleased about the major death in last week’s episode of The 100. (Neither were we.) And since then, they’ve been furiously working not just to declare their displeasure—but to make the show itself pay a heavy price.
The Bible rules television this week. First, Damien brings the Antichrist to TV—and competes with Lucifer! Then ABC unveils its long-delayed Bible soap opera Of Kings and Prophets. Also, Joe Dante directs Legends of Tomorrow! The return of Agents of SHIELD! If that weren’t enough, Jonathan Frakes, Jemma Simmons and…
A lot of great things happened on The 100 last night. We got deeper into the show’s delicious lore. We learned more about ALLIE the AI from Eureka. Some great looking gals had some great looking candle-lit naked times.
Gotham begins as Agent Carter ends! The Muppets and Shannara Chronicles close out their seasons with uncertain fates, but Frank Oz returns to voice a CG Yoda on Rebels! It’s a stark time for puppets, but hey, Last Man On Earth is back! And Madchen “Dream Lover” Amick makes a villainous turn on Second Chance! It’s all…
The real reason The 100 is such a great show isn’t its beautiful actors or its badass fight scenes. We love this show for the way characters are put in impossible situations, so that we can watch them make hard—sometimes appalling—choices, that add shades to their personalities and cause them to grow.
In last night’s episode of The 100, we finally got to see Lexa, the fearless commander of the Grounder coalition, fight in one-on-one combat. And she kicked some serious butt. It was yet another reminder that this is one of the most feminist shows on TV right now.
In the brutal, post-apocalyptic world of The 100, committing mass murder earns you a lot of street cred. Enough to become leader of the whole goddamn universe? Maybe. Because the current head honcho, Lexa, needs some help from her old ally.
I didn’t know whether I was going to like The 100. A band of beautiful, teenage archetypes thrust into a post-apocalyptic reenactment of Lord of the Flies? This could get stale. But by the end of season 2, I realized I’d been completely wrong. These characters are fascinating, complex, and growing up fast—and if the…
When The 100 premiered last year, it looked a lot like any other science fiction show on The CW: a bunch of pretty people acting out a concept that had a tinge of social awareness. But this season, the show broke out of its post-apocalyptic reenactment of Lord of the Flies and became an interesting, challenging story.
The X-Files returns for a new season after 13 long years! The weirdest DC show yet debuts with Legends of Tomorrow! Agent Carter and The 100 return, Heroes: Reborn ends, and saints be praised, The Flash fights the Turtle! Heaven and Hell converge to create one Shangri-La, on this week’s TV!
Today, the cast and creator of The 100 gathered in San Diego Comic-Con to discuss the fallout from last season and tease a little bit of what’s ahead. And we were promised a more science fiction plotline for season three as well as the characters dealing with grief, guilt, and disability.