Just to be clear, before we get into a pretty spoilery rundown of what happened on Supergirl last night, Agent Liberty—who we know to be played by the very chiseled Sam Witwer—did not whip off his goofy bronze mask to show the even more bronzed visage of the 45th President of the United States. Please do not assume…
We’ve had Lena, we’ve had Lillian. Now it’s time for Kara to face up to one of her cousin’s biggest rivals. Supergirl’s fourth season is bringing in the big guns. The big, bald guns specifically.
Remember how Legends of Tomorrow is the greatest TV show around?
Barry Allen, the Emerald Archer!? Oliver Queen, the Fastest Man Alive!? Everything this image sends to my brain is alarming and confusing in the most delightful manner possible.
Arrow rarely feels like it can offer something refreshing these days. After all, some of the show’s biggest problems lately have come from it regurgitating similar arcs and never letting its characters really grow. But last night’s season seven premiere might have finally done it. Although. in true Arrow style, it’s…
Okay, look, there was a lot to snooze over in the season four premiere of Supergirl. It was as table setting an episode of television as I’ve seen in a long time, and I definitely found myself wanting to do my nails, or laundry, or something else as I watched. But then it dropped a very big name and suddenly I was at…
Sometimes, there’s an episode of television that changes your life. This is not one of them. This episode is so stupendously ridiculous that it holds a special place in my half-nerd, half-witch heart. It takes the cheesiest parts of comic book films, grinds them with a marble mortar and pestle, and distills them down…
The season 3 premiere of Riverdale was pretty boring, giving us more of the Archie vs. Hiram shit that doesn’t work if they’re not seductively wrestling each other. At least, until the last five minutes, when Taylor Swift’s boyfriend walked into the room, set off a giant smoke bomb, and said “Everything’s changed,…
Tuning in to Black Lightning’s second season premiere last night was equal parts thrilling and stressful. Thrilling because the show’s first season was one of the CW’s strongest offerings in years—and stressful because, well, how do you top a damn-near perfect season of television?
The Flash returned last night, bringing with it plenty of new things—a new suit for Barry, a new villainous threat, and a whole new major character in the form of Barry and Iris’ future daughter, Nora. But in revealing just why Nora’s come back to the past, it’s also revealed a big concern.
We’ve known for a while now that Ruby Rose would be heading to Gotham this winter as the CW’s very own Batwoman. But now, we actually have an official look at her in costume, and the title of the CW’s best superhero look might just have a new owner.
It’s nearly time for the CW’s vast array of DC comic book shows to return, and they’re all promising something new. New crossover action. New suits. New stars. New...naked bathroom fights? But only one among them is offering a unicorn.
Showering can be dangerous no matter who and where you are (see: soap and hard, slippery surfaces). But it’s especially precarious for vigilantes locked up in prisons full of criminals they had a part in apprehending.
Though she’s been referenced several times on Supergirl, fans were wondering when Lois Lane would join the journalistic fray. Well, the CW has finally found its ace reporter.
It’s been clear for some time now that Riverdale is going to get decidedly darker and weirder (even by Riverdale standards) in its third season. The first trailer’s just dropped and, well, just look at that thing up there. It’s a thing from the show.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s the Daily Planet’s No. 1 reporter who’s been a pain in Cat Grant’s ass for multiple seasons of Supergirl despite never actually appearing on screen! Until now, that is.
Though she’s hard at work getting Jessica Jones’ third season wrapped up, showrunner Melissa Rosenberg has her sights set on greener pastures far away from Netflix and the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Anthony Michael Hall is joining the cast of Riverdale for a flashback episode called, appropriately enough, “The Midnight Club.” In the episode he’ll be joined by the parents of our beloved crew when they were teenagers. Each one of them is an Archie. And a Jughead. And a Betty. A Veronica. And a Red-Haired Fire…
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is getting political—with a side of zombie virus—in his latest acting gig on the CW’s iZombie.
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