Just as Arrow suits up for its final episodes of Season 5, the end is already here. The end for all CW shows, that is, as everyone from Supergirl to Jane The Virgin and those sexy murder-teens at Riverdale set season (or series) finale dates from May through June.
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Maybe the fourth (or fifth…or sixth…) time’s a charm for Joe Hill’s Locke & Key. The author’s acclaimed fantasy-horror graphic novel series has come absurdly close to making the leap from page to screen on more than one occasion, but that was back before streaming services began producing their own original content, giving a home to riskier, more ambitious projects — stuff like, say, Locke & Key, which is once again in development as a TV series, this time at Hulu with Carlton Cuse (LOST) serving as showrunner and producing alongside Scott Derrickson (Doctor Strange), who will also direct several episodes of the first season.
There’s no dearth of evidence high-fantasy can work on TV, and Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time may next follow Game of Thrones and MTV’s Shannara Chronicles with a chance to prove it. A TV adaptation of the 1990 novel series is finally starting to gear up, as The Wheel of Time gains a showrunner.
Those celebrating 420 won’t be the only ones blowing smoke today. Game of Thrones Season 7 looks ready to burn it all down in our first official photos from the July premiere, and no ice block will stand in our way this time.
Broad City Season 4 may be later in the year than we’d like, but Abbi and Ilana weren’t about to miss out on the 420 celebrations. Watch the Broad City girls conjure a bit of marijuana magic in a new short to tide us over for the August premiere.
Only five hours remain in Arrow Season 5, let alone in Oliver’s odyssey to Lian Yu, and the end is finally nigh. See for yourself in a glorious new sizzle reel, featuring Deathstroke’s return, Canary and al Ghul showdowns and more!
It’s taken long enough for TV to adapt Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, and there were bound to be hiccups along the way. So much so, in fact, that Starz and Bryan Fuller apparently agreed to cut two whole episodes from the first season’s order once they realized “we didn’t like what we saw.”
Rick and Morty may have declared its entire series a quest for McDonald’s old Mulan McNugget sauce, but even Rick would probably draw a line here. An old packet of the Szechuan dipping sauce retailed for an ungodly sum on eBay, making Rick’s quest that much harder.
The satirical “Stephen Colbert” has made enough Late Show returns that the Colbert Report reprisal is almost old-hat, though there’s something to be said for the character’s fallen inspiration. As such, watch the fictional Colbert say goodbye to spiritual mentor Bill O’Reilly, following the Fox News host’s Wednesday ouster.
It’s Wednesday, and there is no more appropriate day to meet the deity that doesn’t count Himself among American Gods. Get a shadowy glimpse of Ian McShane’s Mr. Wednesday in another new clip from Bryan Fuller’s Starz drama, depicting a very fateful meeting.