And here we are, at the end of an uneven season of The Flash with a suitably uneven finale episode. For all the talk that Clifford DeVoe was going to be a villain unlike anything Barry and the crew had faced before, the Thinker’s arc in season four has been a total slog—but last night’s Flash not only finished his…
Oh, it’s magic, ya know? The CW has revealed the first extended trailer for its new take on Charmed, and these sisters are ready to fight the evils of the patriarchy and mean sorority sisters. And dark magic, too.
For years, Arrow has danced around references to the Dark Knight, a comic character seemingly forever out of reach to the CW/DC multiverse of shows. But no more—because the next crossover is heading to Gotham City, and meeting up with a familiar face: Batwoman herself.
iZombie may have joined a host of other CW shows recently in being picked up for a new season, but now we have some sad news: it will be the show’s last. Plus, the network revealed a few schedule shake-ups for your favorite superhero shows and had a few words to say about Wayward Sisters and Lucifer.
Riverdale. I love you, but we need to have a talk. I’m disappointed and annoyed, and I’m worried your show is doomed to fail (oh, who am I kidding, fans would tune in just to watch Jughead eat for a full hour). After that ridiculous Black Hood fake-out, you finally had a chance to make things right. But you didn’t. Oh…
Ever since Barry and Iris’ wedding got interrupted by alt-reality Nazis last year (ah, comic book shows), The Flash has had an intriguing character to slowly peel away at: Jessica Parker Kennedy’s “mystery girl.” She’s spent this whole season popping up in weird places, but last night gave us our biggest clue to her…
Recommending Legends of Tomorrow to a friend usually comes with one caveat: Don’t judge it on the first season. This fact isn’t lost on anyone—especially star Brandon Routh, who plays Ray Palmer. He says the moment the show stopped trying to make sense was the instant it became legendary.
Holy blood-soaked nightgown, Batman! Riverdale’s musical episode had no right to be that good... but it was! If you were counting down the minutes to when you could start learning the Carrie-inspired tunes yourself, you’re in luck—the entire soundtrack is available to listen to for free right now.
In his fight to protect his city from those who wish to destroy it, Black Lightning has seen the dead rise from the grave and watched in terror as nearly everything about his life crumbled to pieces. Through it all, though, Black Lightning’s never managed to lose its sense of hope and optimism.
Riverdale is a show that delights in going for it so thoroughly, I am pretty sure the dictionary definition of “go for it” just comes with a picture of the cast’s CW-perfect faces stapled to it at this point. The gang’s take on Carrie: The Musical in this week’s special all-singing, all-dancing episode is no exception.
After giving up its time slot for the last few months so the Legends of Tomorrow could get up to a fuzzy blue emotional orgy within it, Supergirl has finally returned to the air. There were no giant-on-giant battles, but we did get a fleet of giant monkeys, including a huge gold one that shit lasers all over National…
It’s easy to understand why fans of the Arrowverse want to see the CW’s newest team of live-action DC superheroes team up with Teams Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow. But sorry, folks, because the fact of the matter is that Black Lightning is really, really, really set in its own universe.
In just a single season, Black Lightning’s already tackled systemic racism, police brutality, and gang violence, but last night’s episode proves that the show will stop at nothing to tell even more timely, resonate stories about the real world evils that we seemingly can’t escape.
I have never visited a holy site, nor have I brought a child into this world. But for a brief moment, I knew what it was like to feel pure joy. It was watching the season three finale of Legends of Tomorrow.
Just when Arrow fans thought Roy and Thea were going to ride off and save the world together (and cuddle along the way), news of actor Colton Haynes, who plays Roy, coming back as a series regular has shaken things up. But that, along with new comments from executive producer Marc Guggenheim, may suggest it’s all part…
Looks like John Constantine (Matt Ryan) is joining the Waverider for more than his swagger and sweet style. Legends of Tomorrow’s co-showrunner Phil Klemmer says the series is diving into the occult next season, and that Mallus is just “the tip of the iceberg.”
As much as we may like to believe that our favorite live-action television shows are constantly breaking the mold, the truth of the matter is that we’ve been making and consuming broadcast TV for well over 70 years and there aren’t that many stories that have yet to be done.
A gorilla tried to kill Barack Obama, history was forever changed because of one woman’s hypocrisy, and John Noble reprised his Lord of the Rings role in what might be the weirdest inside joke I’ve ever seen. Yup, it’s just another day on Legends of Tomorrow, folks.
CW superhero fans have been waiting (not-so) patiently to hear whether or not their favorite shows would be getting another season. Today the CW announced renewals for DC Entertainment shows like Black Lightning, Legends of Tomorrow, and a lot more.
If you are passionate about superheroes, teens in lust, or superheroic teens in lust, then you’re probably a fan of the CW. And if you’re a fan of cutting the cord and using streaming services, you probably already know that CW is not available on a single one. If you want to watch the network live you need to pony up…