The CW has a nice little streak going with its comic book shows, so the network is thinking of adding another to the mix. It would be called Project 13 and star the DC characters Traci Thirteen and her father, Dr. Terrance Thirteen.
In 2017 the TV landscape, despite the persistent whiteness of some networks like CBS, is looking a bit more ... colorful. We certainly have heavy hitters like Shonda Rhimes and Ava DuVernay to thank for this, as their creations are sorely needed, especially as we dwell under the “leadership” (gag me) of the despotic…
Ok, then, no afro-mask. Looking good, Jefferson Pierce.
Jughead will not be asexual on the CW’s upcoming Riverdale, a gritty reboot of Archie Comics. Cole Sprouse, who portrays the legendary Archie character, said he fought for the character to be asexual as he is in the Jughead comic series, but to no avail. Chip Zdarsky, the author of Jughead, spoke to the character’s…
The CW is coming out with all sorts of announcements at this year’s TCA event, but nothing compares to the rising storm that is the Archie Comics Universe. This includes talks for a dark reboot of Sabrina the Teenage Witch, some animated movies...and yes, a musical by Will Ferrell.
The CW announced that it’s renewing all four shows in its superhero lineup. That’s right, Arrow, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and The Flash are all returning again in 2017-2018. It’s not much of a surprise, but it’s still very exciting.
The CW has announced that it’s picked up NBC’s canceled superhero series Constantine for an animated revival on its digital network, with Matt Ryan set to return as the title character.
Vampire TV shows are nothing new. But, if Rob Thomas has his way, he’s going to do something very new with The Lost Boys. The CW just revealed it has acquired a show based on the hit 1987 film that’ll explore what it means to be immortal.
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.
With all the votes in and all districts reporting, we can announce that the Supergirl TV series has hired former Wonder Woman Lynda Carter to guest-star as the president in the show’s second season.
The CW has announced that they’ve greenlit six new pilots for potential shows, including an untitled Mars project and an Archie Comics adaptation, Riverdale.
Part of what makes the Friday the 13th franchise so much fun is the absurdity of Jason Voorhees as a killer. He’s an impossibility, which makes him scary, but now The CW is developing a new TV show that will most likely change that by grounding him in reality.
Legends Of Tomorrow isn’t due out until 2016 on The CW, but Entertainment Weekly has a cool glimpse of some concept art, and it looks exciting.
The CW is really digging these DC shows. How much? Well, besides renewing The Flash and Arrow for next season, the network executives are already discussing a show based on Brandon Routh's The Atom as well as an animated series based on occasional Justice League member Vixen.
We love to plot our own demise — people can't seem to get enough of stories about how our end will come to pass. But what about a new beginning? Instead of how we fall down, let's talk about how we get back up.
If you like the same TV as tweens, shows on The CW will be coming to Apple TV. MacRumors says that full episodes of CW shows will be available next day and users don't need cable authentication. Apps for Apple TV... they have to be coming, right? [MacRumors]
We were just saying yesterday that The CW seems to be where a lot of the most insane genre action is happening — and now here are promo photos of the network's four new SF/fantasy shows. The Originals and The Tomorrow People debut this fall, and Star-Crossed and The 100 come in spring 2014.
Not long ago, The CW seemed like the home of Gossip Girl and 90210, with one night of fantasy fare like Supernatural or Vampire Diaries. But this week, the network is airing finales of five genre shows. Season finales, not series. And next season, The CW adds four more SF/fantasy shows. And most of these shows are…
If you saw the latest episode of the superhero soap opera Arrow on The CW, you'll know that Tommy Merlyn took a fateful step, one there may be no going back from. But what comes next for Tommy? We caught up with actor Colin Donnell at Wondercon and asked him. Spoilers ahead...
On paper, The CW's show The Selection sounds like a slam dunk: a TV version of Hunger Games, set 300 years in the future, where the reward for winning is to marry a handsome prince. But when The CW actually filmed a pilot last year, the results were apparently not satisfactory — perhaps not surprising, given some…