This could ultimately create five hours of DC Comics programming for a network that only has 10 hours each week to work with.
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New series could have some big names from ‘CSI’ and ‘The Vampire Diaries’ involved.
Could this be the niche a crowded comic book television market is looking for?
As the show starts winding down its 10th season, CBS starts wondering out loud if this might be the last for the comedy.
Javier Gullon will write the pilot script, following up on his 2013 indie film ‘Enemy’ with Jake Gyllenhaal.
The story of Jim Parsons’ Dr. Sheldon Cooper isn’t going to stop at the sitcom.
John Logan will act as both the showrunner and executive producer for the series ‘The Nix,’ based on the best-selling novel by Nathan Hill.
Check out the panel for WB’s DC Comics-based shows like “Arrow,” “The Flash,” and “DC’s Legend of Tomorrow!”