Supergirl Season 2 set out to answer that pesky Superman question early on, but fans can’t forsake hope for that charming Tyler Hoechlin’s return. Wish granted! Ol’ Supes will return to Supergirl Season 2 after all, and before the year is out.
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Arrow Season 5 is starting to look a whole lot like Season 2. Just one day after Manu Bennett’s Deathstroke was announced to return for some finale “desperate measures,” so too is Season 2 addition Katrina Law making Nyssa al Ghul’s Season 5 debut for a showdown with her comic half-sister, Talia.
Far and away, Arrow’s must curious case has been the absence of Manu Bennett’s Deathstroke; often considered the series’ greatest villain. Both Bennett and his masked alter-ego have appeared separately since Season 2, but will finally be reunited in Season 5, according to Stephen Amell.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow managed to close out Season 2 of its history-spanning shenanigans without any impact on the Arrow-verse, but will Season 3 be so lucky? Producers promise not only a time-splitting character’s return for Season 3, but also an explanation why neither Arrow nor The Flash weigh in.
You’re not crazy, but Rob Thomas is definitely a little unwell. The late Matchbox 20 singer’s fate gets name-checked in a first official clip from next week’s iZombie Season 3 premiere, as all Team Z’s secrets are brought to light.
‘Arrow’ Season 5 comes “Disbanded” with Oliver’s decision to hang up the hood, but does a falling out with the Bratva give us a heading on the final episodes? And how long before Felicity becomes a big bad all her own? Find out in our full review!
We’re hard-pressed to imagine The CW adding yet a fifth DC superhero to its airwaves, but the FOX-transplanted Black Lightning is nonetheless ready to strike. See for yourself in the first official production photo, as Hart of Dixie alum Cress Wiliams suits up in an electrifying costume.
Now that Arrow has confirmed one of its most enduring players will be back for Season 6 full-time, it’s worth wondering whether the main cast is untouchable. Every season has its deaths, but according to executive producer Marc Guggenheim, there’s at least one member of Team Arrow who gets a lifetime pass, and it isn’t Oliver Queen.
The Flash made lofty promises that Season 4 would break tradition with a non-speedster big bad, and our first hint toward next year’s villain might get your mind running. A small clue from this week’s “Abra Kadabra” may suggest Barry has a date with “The Thinker” in his future, once Savitar is put to rest.
The Flash has primarily made use of time-travel to visit the past, but with Savitar’s murder of Iris looming, a trip to the future is in order. As such, next month’s “Once and Future Flash” may finally introduce us to the 2024 Barry, complete with a much more comic-looking costume.