The biggest comics-to-television producer in the world, Greg Berlanti, has announced two new DC-inspired series exclusively for HBO Max.
Strange Adventures will be a one-hour anthology series featuring characters from across the DC universe, while the Green Lantern-inspired series will be based on the characters of the iconic DC comic.
Continue reading Greg Berlanti Announces New DC Projects for HBO Max!
It’s Sabrina Spellman’s 16th birthday and you know what that means – birthday party, cake and candles, an assignation with the devil…
Happy Birthday, Sabrina. Make a witch.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina premieres on Netflix on October 26th.
Continue reading Happy Birthday Trailer: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina!
Love, Simon – Simon ( Nick Robinson) – Photo by Ben Rothstein/Courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
The usual teen romantic comedy has a very simple formula: boy meets girls; they fall in love; boy loses girl; boy gets girl.
With Love, Simon you do not just get the formula beginning with boy meets boy. It’s not quite that simple, and it’s certainly more rewarding.
Continue reading Love, Simon – A Teen RomCom for Our Times!
Simon Speir is just like every seventeen-year old kid – he drinks way too much iced coffee; hits the carbs way too much, and likes a good party.
He just has one big secret – he’s gay. And he wants a grand romance.
Love, Simon comes out on March 16th.
Continue reading Nobody Knows I’m Gay Trailer: Love, Simon!
Along with the announcement that Legends of Tomorrow’s encounters with the Justice society of America came the news that Rex ‘Hourman’ Tyler would be joined by Obsidian, Stargirl and Dr. Mid-Nite (the roles are, as yet, uncast).
They will be facing off against a collection of villains from Greg Berlanti’s DCTV Universe: Malcolm Merlyn, Damien Dahrk, Captain cold and Reverse-Flash.
Oh! There was also a first look trailer. Check it out after the break.
Continue reading Comic-Con 2016: Timely Trailer: Legends of Tomorrow: Season 2!
Pictured (L-R): Arthur Darvill as Rip Hunter, Ciara Renee as Kendra/Hawkgirl, Victor Garber as Professor Martin Stein, Caity Lotz as White Canary, Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/Atom, Wentworth Miller as Leonard Snart/Captain Cold, and Dominic Purcell as Mick Rory/Heat Wave — Credit: Jordan Nuttall/The CW
Greg Berlanti (Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash) strikes again! The CW Network should just change its name to the CWGB or DCTV and be done with it. How many shows does Greg Berlanti and the gang at DC now have on the CW? They have their super hero tv formula down to a science now and it’s a formula that I love. In their latest spin-off a bunch of secondary characters from http://mcorchestra.org/7463-masters-essay-writers-websites-us/
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Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow and The Flash are brought together by rogue time traveller Rip Hunter (Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill) to form a team of time traveling heroes and villains whose goal is to stop the immortal Vandal Savage ( Casper Crump).
Continue reading Legends of Tomorrow is Kind of a Mess, But Shows A lot of Promise! Michelle’s Review
Rip Hunter wants to change history. Find out why when DC’s Legends of Tomorrow premieres on The CW on Thursday, January 21st.
In the meantime, check out the latest teaser after the break.
Continue reading Changing History (?) Teaser: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow!
So, humanity’s last hope is a group of heroes and villains who seem to have a lack of respect for the rules? Works for me!
Check out two spiffy teasers for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow after the break. You’re welcome. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow premiere on Thursday, January 21st.
Continue reading Fun Times Trailers: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow!
CBS has ordered seven more episodes of Supergirl giving the network’s first superhero show a full season of twenty episodes.
Supergirl joins fellow CBS rookies Life In Pieces, Code Black and Limitless in gaining a full season order. Follow the jump for details.
Continue reading Supergirl Soars To full Season!
Supergirl (CBS, Mondays, 8/7C) makes its timeslot premiere this week and, in an unusual turn, its second episode – Stronger Together – is actually better than the pilot.
Kara learns that superheroics are not easy – regardless of how much power you have – and gets raked over the coals in the press before figuring out how to go about doing her job.
Continue reading Supergirl Is Just Getting Warmed Up!
The series premiere of Supergirl opened as the season’s top drawing new series in the Nielsens for live + same day ratings in the 18-49 demographic, and in total viewers.
The Supergirl premiere played well to both male and female demos. For more, follow the jump.
Continue reading Supergirl Soars in the Ratings!