The Justice Society of America finally made its debut. Well, in 1942 – a year that will likely not be a common stop for The CW program.
While fans may have enjoyed Tyler Hoechlin, it seems there’s only enough television show for one of the Krytonian natives.
Yet, he’ll take on Supergirl herself in a December episode, adding to this DC Comics directing resume.
If MTV could take a corny 1980s movie and make it cool with ‘Teen Wolf,’ why not dip back into something far more classical. Like ‘The War of the Worlds.’
Guggenheim recently responded to a fan about how the DC creative chief was dealing with the negative emotions from some viewers of ‘Arrow.’
Marc Guggenheim and fellow executive producer Phil Klemmer have made a course correction as they continue to plan for the future.
Lynda Carter would love to do pay respects to the franchise she’s an icon in. But the original live-action Wonder Woman is very busy these days.
The Winchester Brothers return this week for its 12th season on The CW, continuing a show that originally debuted on The WB in 2005.
Guardian is coming to Supergirl this season, and no comic book fans, it’s not Jim Harper.
PLUS: It’s woman power on The CW as ‘Supergirl’ earns network’s best Monday ratings in years.
If Guillermo del Toro is fine with helming not one but two episodes of The Strain, then surely he wouldn’t mind stopping by the Arrow.
It seems binging isn’t just for Netflix anymore. Or at least the Freeform cable channel is trying to compete with streaming services at their own game.
With a new network and a new season, yes fans will see Supergirl change.
Arrow had a terrible premiere night on The CW on Wednesday, with overnight ratings showing a 29 percent drop in viewers compared to last year.
Time travel has joined remakes as part of the central themes running new television shows this year. And The CW’s latest outing, Frequency, has both.