It’s pilot season, and GeekNation continues its look into what the networks might turn into series in the fall.
This could ultimately create five hours of DC Comics programming for a network that only has 10 hours each week to work with.
She starred in ABC’s ‘Lois & Clark’ in the 1990s, and returned to the SuperWorld once before in 2010 on ‘Smallville.’
Decisions on whether these pilots will become series will have to wait until spring. But at this moment, it’s really anyone’s game.
The demon-hunting occultist is returning in animated form.
Matt Angel will portray a young version of the Star Wars creator, who decides to quit film school, and has an adverse effect on two characters.
Greg Berlanti will take on the 30-year-old musical, but with a fresh take.
Scott Buck will bring some of his ‘Dexter’ street cred into the first television series to be shot with Imax cameras.
It’s a vote of confidence for the DC Comics television series that struggled with fans in its first season.
Jason Rothenberg could be looking at life after ‘The 100.’ Or maybe life added to ‘The 100’ after The CW orders script for his series concept ‘Searchers.’
Well, that’s a bit of a bummer.
The DC Television mastermind acknowledges that a ‘Booster Gold’ film is currently being written.
A new report says that Zack Stentz is writing a ‘Booster Gold’ film that Greg Berlanti will product – and possibly direct.
The DC TV shows have had no problem with paying homage to those that have come before, with Supergirl in particular seeming to recognize past DC TV actors more than most with the casting of both Helen Slater, who previously played Supergirl, and Dean Cain in the series, most well-known for his role as Superman in the 1990s.
Now, following a recent screening of the upcoming Supergirl and Flash crossover episode, executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg have revealed (via EW) plans to introduce yet another iconic DC alum with a powerful guest role next year.
Yes, it’s true, Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter will be returning to the DC universe as Berlanti revealed:
“We had the perfect role for Lynda Carter. We couldn’t work out her schedule. Next year. All right, she’s the female president of the United States.”
Of course. What better way to bring back Carter, best known for playing the iconic, strong comic book character, than by having her play the most powerful non-superpowered individual in the world? I’d act surprised, if not for the fact that it totally stays in line with Kreisberg and Berlanti’s style.
We’re still waiting to see if CBS will renew the series for another season or not, but if it gets the greenlight, I guess fans can look forward to seeing even more familiar faces begin popping up next year.
Supergirl airs every Monday night on CBS.
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