Just as Arrow Season 6 jettisoned Oliver’s flashbacks, so too will Season 7 make another foundational change. Series showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle are apparently stepping back, and will be replaced by a longtime voice from the writers’ room.
Black Lightning got fan hopes up when it started namedropping Supergirl and Arrow characters, but don’t expect Jefferson Pierce or his daughters to fight aliens just yet. Producers are walking back the potential for crossover with other CW shows, save one notable caveat.
It’s getting to be that time of year, and The CW is going all-in with its formal renewals. Good news has arrived for fans of Black Lightning, Arrow, Flash, Riverdale, Supernatural and more, but who got left in the post-apocalyptic cold?
It was almost a year ago that we first learned Supernatural would stage its own animated Scooby-Doo crossover, and The CW is finally ready to rip off the mask. See what takes Sam, Dean and Castiel to a land of meddling kids and monsters in a first look at the March 29 crossover.
The CW’s first crack at a Charmed reboot fizzled out, but the second is fired up and feminist as heck. The Power of Three has officially compelled The CW to order a new pilot take on the magical drama – this time with the potential for some familiar faces.
Black Lightning is exactly the jolt of reality the TV superhero genre needed – a jaded, vulnerable hero at a time ugly divisions of the past have come roaring back. Our pilot review, and a look at what’s to come.
Excited though we were to see Sabrina join the Riverdale-verse, Netflix likely offered a bit more leeway with its darker tone. That darkness is pretty literal in our first official concept art from the series, which brings a bit of school spirit to some creepy woods.
Arrow fans were delighted when Manu Bennett reprised his role as Slade Wilson for the fifth and sixth seasons, Deathstroke costume and all. Sadly, that last two-parter may have to tide us over awhile, as Arrow bosses confirm DC once again rescinded access to the character.
We’d always wondered how long The CW could keep folding DC dramas into its lineup, and the schedule might finally have cracked. Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow will begin trading timeslots in 2018, pushing Supergirl’s finale all the way into June.