Even as Arrow and The Flash drop spoilery teases of their upcoming finale episodes, we still have little clue what to make of the proposed spinoff teaming The Atom, Hawkgirl, Rip Hunter, Captain Cold, Caity Lotz and more. Now, a few new tidbits may have emerged indicating which new DC heroes could pop up on The Flash, and how Caity Lotz might slip back into a Canary role.
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Fans of The Vampire Diaries, we have both good news and bad. On the plus side, we’ve just discovered that the sexy supernatural soap is still on the air, and airing its sixth season at that, so hooray! In less hooray news however, series star Nina Dobrev has decided to leave The Vampire Diaries behind after the current run. Who will write the Diaries, or … uh, Vampire the Vampires now? Is that what happens on this show?
The Flash will take yet another break this week before returning with next Tuesday’s Atom-ic “All Star Team Up,” but in case that super-spoilery teaser of the final Season 1 episodes wasn’t enough, the Scarlet Speedster has hit us again with another burst. Straight from WonderCon, find out who’s behind bars (or glass), and who’s getting an unexpected hookup in the weeks ahead!
Hey, so remember when Arrow completely blew up the show with last night’s “Public Enemy,” forcing us to wonder how Season 3 would close out its final five? We now have a pretty fantastic answer, in the form of an Atom-smashing, League-leading, Olicity-shipping trailer for the final episodes of Arrow Season 3!
Arrow producers have made no secret of the fact that tonight’s “Public Enemy” would completely change the DC drama as we know it, and by Grodd, they weren’t kidding. What more insanity can Arrow Season 3 offer after the central shock of tonight’s vigilante-busting “Public Enemy?”
The Flash dropped some intense spoilers on its future (and past) with tonight’s “Tricksters,” but The CW drama has far more secrets in store for the remainder of its first season. The latest trailer surprisingly reveals some major Arrow Season 3 plot points, as well as enough new and returning DC stars to unravel the space-time continuum itself!
OK, well now that’s a lot more like it. The 2015 run of The Flash hasn’t been that strong, with an inability to plot over the long term and a semi-disastrous redo of the timeline last week hurting the overall quality of the program. But “Tricksters” does what the show does best: Dole out a fun villain of the week and incrementally move the overall season along without really giving away the farm. That seems like an odd thing to say given the flashbacks in tonight’s episode, but in reality, this episode told us far less than it initially appears.
We barely know what to make of Arrow or The Flash’s proposed teamup spinoff, but already the landmark DC series has a major superhero taking flight. Ciara Renée has been cast in the role of Kendra Saunders, current incarnation of DC’s Hawkgirl!
Arrow’s most recent Suicide Squad venture seemingly set up a larger team presence in the CW super-drama’s fourth season outing this fall, but DC may have taken Task Force X off the table. At least one fan-favorite Suicide Squad character may not return to Arrow in the near future, and he may have taken the team with him.
Arrow Season 3 lets loose its 17th installment of the year with “Suicidal Tendencies,” as the Suicide Squad's return complicates Diggle and Lyla's wedding, while Oliver uncovers a rash of Ra's al Ghul's copycats archers, forcing him to square off against Ray Palmer in his A.T.O.M. suit.