I love me some Gotham. It’s a messy show that’s hard to defend, but that’s precisely why I like it. Can people stop whining about the fact that Batman isn’t in it and accept that this is an elseworld’s version of Gotham and has nothing to do with “canon?” Whatever “canon” even means these days.
I wasn’t as enamored with this season of Supergirl as I was last year. After a strong start, I thought this years theme of literal “alienation,” got a bit tired. However I still love the cast and its upbeat tone is a refreshing change from all the other overly serious Superhero shows. Gotham: The Complete Third Season arrives on Blu-ray & DVD starting August 29, 2017 and Supergirl: The Complete Second Season comes to Blu-ray & DVD on August 22, 2017. Where are my 4K TV Season releases? Gah. That’s right, I’m never satisfied.
Supergirl! The Flash! Arrow! DC’s Legends of Tomorrow!
It’ the greatest onscreen aggregation live-action superhero ever – The CW’s superhero Crossover as all the DC heroes we know and love try to save the world from an alien invasion – even nbetter the aliens are called Dominators!
The CW has dropped a new full-length trailer for the event. Check it out after the break.
Supergirl’s first season was a bubble show on CBS which is a shame because the show’s first season was pretty great fun and deserved better – as the DVD set of the first season shows.
Executive Produced by Greg Berlanti, Ali Adler, Andrew Kreisberg and Sarah Schecter, Supergirl is a blue skies superhero show – achieving a feel not unlike The CW’s The Flash (a Good Thing since the show moves to The CW for season two).
Netflix will be the home for streaming of shows from The CW – the result of a new multi-year licensing agreement that will see Netflix streaming complete previous seasons of all of The CW’s scripted series.
These would include Supergirl, Jane the Virgin, The Flash, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Arrow and three new series: Frequency, No Tomorrow and Riverdale.
The 2016-17 Primetime Schedule for The CW welcomes Supergirl to the network by giving it its familiar 8/7C timeslot on Mondays, where it will be followed by Jane the Virgin.
The Flash will again lead off Tuesdays, but with iZombie being held until mid-season, it will lead in to No Tomorrow (a pair of polar opposites deal with an impending apocalypse); Arrow holds down its usual spot on Wednesdays where it will lead in to new series, Frequency – in which a young police detective establishes a real relationship with her late father via his vintage ham radio set.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns to its regular Thursday timeslot leading in to Supernatural and the Winchesters’ final clash with God’s sister; Fridays open with The Vampire Diaries’ 7th season premiere leading into the second season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
Riverdale (a re-imagining of Archie and friends), iZombie, The 100, Reign and The Originals are standing by to cover early cancellations and/or open the net’s mid-season. The full schedule and series descriptions follow the jump.
Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin play two of the most likable superheroes in TV history – and with Supergirl and The Flash crossing over networks and universes in a one of a kind adventure on Monday – they had a chance to talk about the Supergirl episode in which they meet.
CBS is giving fans of Person of Interest little time to wait to see how things work out for Team Machine. The fifth season of POI is set for Tuesdays and Mondays beginning Tuesday, May 3rd and Monday, May 9th (10/11 each night).
Mike & Molly returns on Sunday, May 15th, and The Price is Right will have three reality-show themed primetime specials during the week of May 23rd.
The network has also announced the season and/or series finale dates for spring 2016: The Good Wife series finale will be on Sunday May 8th – the same night as the Madame Secretary and elementary season finales.
High-profile rookie Supergirl will wrap season one on April 18th. For a complete list of upcoming premieres and finales, follow the jump.