Just as Arrow Season 6 jettisoned Oliver’s flashbacks, so too will Season 7 make another foundational change. Series showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle are apparently stepping back, and will be replaced by a longtime voice from the writers’ room.
Black Lightning got fan hopes up when it started namedropping Supergirl and Arrow characters, but don’t expect Jefferson Pierce or his daughters to fight aliens just yet. Producers are walking back the potential for crossover with other CW shows, save one notable caveat.
Where once it seemed all our supernatural Riverdale dreams might come true, Netflix’s Sabrina has broken that spell. Despite the latter being designed as a spinoff, showrunners confirm the two series will be sticking to their own separate universes.
It’s getting to be that time of year, and The CW is going all-in with its formal renewals. Good news has arrived for fans of Black Lightning, Arrow, Flash, Riverdale, Supernatural and more, but who got left in the post-apocalyptic cold?
Arrow, Flash and others work around DC’s live-action limitations, even as certain properties remain in development hell. A live-action Batman Beyond in particular has eluded fans, but a new post from the Arrow-verse concept artist might bring that dream closer to reality.
The CW’s Black Lightning smartly opted not to connect itself to the Arrow-verse, but may already have walked back that decision. Tuesday’s latest dropped shout-outs to both Vixen and Supergirl, and we’re … confused, to say the least.
There may be no weirder trajectory for a character than Matt Ryan’s Constantine. After a one-season NBC series and subsequent Arrow-verse resurrection, the fan-favorite DC hero is officially making a full-time return as a Legends of Tomorrow regular next season.
It was almost a year ago that we first learned Supernatural would stage its own animated Scooby-Doo crossover, and The CW is finally ready to rip off the mask. See what takes Sam, Dean and Castiel to a land of meddling kids and monsters in a first look at the March 29 crossover.
The CW’s first crack at a Charmed reboot fizzled out, but the second is fired up and feminist as heck. The Power of Three has officially compelled The CW to order a new pilot take on the magical drama – this time with the potential for some familiar faces.