It’s the crossover all superhero TV fans have been waiting for – The Arrow vs. The Flash. Let’s just say that the conversation/debate on who would win – when they’re not teaming up to stop a metahuman bad guy – is part of the fun.
Flash vs. Arrow, Part1 airs on The Flash on Tuesday, December 2 (The CW, 8/7C). Check out the full trailer after the jump.
In the comics, The Flash has been known to get a little cocky. He has also been known to run across bodies of water. This new teaser shows both – as it gives us a glimpse of Robert Knepper’s Clock King and lets us see an imperiled Harrison Wells and a very supportive Iris West.
The Flash airs on The CW (Tuesdays, 8/7C). Check out the new teaser after the jump.
Probably the CW series with the most potential to be a hit, come fall, is The Flash. The two-part introduction of Barry Allen on Arrow were among the show’s best episodes; the teaser trailers for the show have been great fun, and three clips featuring Tom Cavanaugh (Dr. Harrison Wells, S.T.A.R. Labs) and Candice Patton (Iris West) suggest that the cast are having a great time making the show.
The CW announced its flashiest schedule yet, this morning. The biggest news is, of course, that Arrow spin-off The Flash will lead into Supernatural on Tuesday nights. Mondays are, by contrast, mixing horror and comedy with The Originals’ second season leading into Jane the Virgin’s debut. Wednesday and Thursday stand pat: Arrow and The 100 on Wednesdays, and The Vampire Diaries and The 100 on Thursdays. Friday showcases Whose Line Is It Anyway? and America’s Next Top Model.
Non-superhero DC Comics adaptation/horror series iZombie and the sci-fi/fantasy, The Messengers, are set for mid-season.
The full schedule and series descriptions follow the jump.
The Flash is certainly one of the most anticipated shows of the Fall 2014-15 season – and Jane the Virgin is one of the more intriguing. The CW has released trailers for both and you can check them out after the jump.
When Grant Gustin (above, with Steven Amell) was cast as Barry Allen for a two-episode arc on Arrow, there were a lot of naysayers. The, he nailed the part and excitement for his appearance in costume as The Flash mounted. Then we learned that he would not appear on a later episode of Arrow, but that The Flash was getting a pilot – and that if it sold, we’d have to wait until fall to see the Scarlet Speedster in action (and, of course, there would be the possibility that the pilot might not sell…).
Now, Warner Brothers has released the first photo of Gustin in the costume. It’s just a headshot, but it looks pretty cool. Check it out after the jump. The pilot goes into production next week.