Excitement over The CW's forthcoming 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash' has slowed down a bit since the release of the full five-minute trailer, but while we wait for the fall premiere, why not get to know the supporting cast? Meet Tom Cavanagh's Harrison Wells, Danielle Panabaker's Caitlin Snow, and Carlos Valdes' Cisco Ramon in a new S.T.A.R. Labs featurette for 'The Flash'!
Considering The CW's promising new offerings (like 'The Flash') we were disappointed to find that 'Veronica Mars' creator Rob Thomas' own DC comic adaptation 'iZombie' would be held to midseason. And while we've seen a few photos from the premiere, the latest moody 'iZombie' poster promises the new series will be worth the wait.
More than simply spinning out of The CW's 'Arrow,' the network's forthcoming 'Flash' TV series significantly upped its cool factor with the presence of original '90s scarlet speedster John Wesley Shipp. And while producers have even kept mum on the 'Dawson's Creek' star's role through the epic trailer, we now know what role Shipp will have in the newest incarnation of 'The Flash.'
We weren't altogether surprised when 'Supernatural' revealed Misha Collins would again be returning in season 10 as series regular Castiel, but it seems the decade milestone will also see Castiel's other side of the coin finally given his due. After four seasons, Mark Sheppard's demonic Crowley will ascend to series regular status, with an understandably meaty part for the King of Hell in season 10.
‘Supernatural’ season 9 summons its 23rd and final episode of the year in season finale “Do You Believe in Miracles,” as a rage-driven Dean makes his final assault on Metatron, while Castiel and Gadreel attempt to sway the other angels to the nature of Metatron's deception.
Previous ‘Supernatural’ installment “Stairway to Heaven” saw a rash of angelic bombings leading Dean to lose his grip in the investigation, while Sam and Castiel discovered the truth of Metatron's (Curtis Armstrong's) plans. So, what does the 23rd season 9 episode bring? What shocking twist are the Winchesters left with this time?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Supernatural’ season 9 episode 23, finale installment “Do You Believe in Miracles”!
Yesterday saw The CW speeding out its first full trailer for 'The Flash,' having spun off Grant Gustin's Barry Allen from 'Arrow' into his own DC series for the fall. The impressive five-minute trailer revealed plenty of comic goodness and lighting-quick heroics, but moved so fast that we needed to slow that sucker down! So, what speedy secrets lie hidden in the world of The CW’s ‘The Flash’?
'Supernatural' announced today that the CW wouldn't quit trying for a spinoff after the failure of "Bloodlines," but the Winchester brothers have their own problems afoot by next week's season 9 finale "Do You Believe in Miracles?" The first finale sneak peek has arrived, and things don't look to have calmed down from the tense ending of this week's "Stairway to Heaven."
Earlier today, 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash' raced out its first full trailer, but even as the last of the broadcast networks to reveal its full schedule, The CW was far from finished. The network issued its full fall 2014 schedule, pairing Barry Allen with the Winchester brothers and leaving a few other comic characters for midseason, while we've also got our first video looks at 'iZombie,' 'Jane the Virgin' and more.
Last night brought our favorite CW drama 'Arrow' to a season 2 close with the "Unthinkable" finale, but not without a look ahead toward Barry Allen's debut as 'The Flash' in a first teaser and an extended look shortly afterwards. Now, The CW has sped out the first photos from the pilot and a description before today's Upfronts, teasing new looks at DC drama 'iZombie,' as well.
If you thought last night's 'Flash' teaser debut with the 'Arrow' finale got your heart racing, wait until you see the full trailer for the CW's DC comics drama! Our first genuine look at the scarlet speedster's new fall series reveals not only Grant Gustin's Barry Allen displaying lightning-quick wit and even quicker moves, but also our first major DC villain, and a pointed guest star for the pilot, none other than the 'Arrow' himself, Oliver Queen!