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The midseason hiatus is more or less over, as one by one everyone’s favorite television shows are returning with new episodes. On the small-screen DC Universe side of things, Fox’s Batman prequel series Gotham is the first show back; and despite a new face in the form of Dr. Leslie Thompkins (Morena Baccarin) and the introduction of a new version of Arkham
It may reveal just how fickle comic book fans can be, but the fact remains: these days, a single superhero TV show just isn’t enough. Fans want crossovers, and now that The Flash and Arrow have used one to great success you can bet the networks want them every bit as much. That means that before she even hits the air, fans everywhere are already trying to set Supergirl up with
Those tuning in to both Arrow and The Flash have needed little concrete evidence to start speculating on just how quickly The CW would be looking to add another weekly superhero show to their line-up. Even so, the producers have dropped a few bombs of late. Chief among them: that the network has begun discussions about the next spinoff – and that Brandon Routh is a top contender.
This Week in TV:
Fargo season 2 casts Patrick Wilson (The Conjuring), Ted Danson (CSI) and Jean Smart (Frasier); Netflix renews Marco Polo for season 2; HBO gives Girls a season 5 renewal; Netflix greenlights a Wet Hot American Summer series; ITV’s Jekyll and Hyde unveils its cast; and MTV’s Shannara casts Ivana Baquero (Pan’s Labyrinth).
There won’t be a new episode of Star Wars Rebels airing on Disney XD tonight, but next week’s adventure will bring with it a fan-favorite: the smoothest talker in the Star Wars universe, Lando Calrissian. Billy Dee Williams is lending his voice to the character in animated form, much as Frank Oz did for Yoda on last week’s episode, ‘Path of the Jedi‘; above, we have the younger Lando on Rebels, opposite the Ghost’s grumpy astromech droi
There has been plenty of discussion concerning the upcoming Supergirl TV series recently, with rumored actresses in the running for the role, a new take on established “Superman” characters, and even a potential CW crossover. But little has been released from those actually overseeing the development of the CBS series – until now.
Given how much marketing fans have gotten use
There’s just 10 days to go until the premiere of Russell T Davies’ new dramas Cucumber and Banana on Channel 4 and E4, we’re finding out more about what we can expect from the cast themselves.
In the new issue of Attitude, we speak to Banana’s Dino Fetscher about his breakout role as the predatory Aiden, and he reveals just what it was like having to film a threesome scene for the sexually-charged series.
“I was so nervous about it on so many different levels!” he says. “Our director Luke [Snellin] and producer Emily [Feller] were absolutely brilliant and made sure we all felt as comfortable as it was possible to feel with nothing but a
The CW Renews ‘Arrow,’ ‘Flash’ & ‘Supernatural’; Sets ‘iZombie’ Premiere Date
At the network’s TCA presentation today, The CW officially announced not only its midseason plans for the likes of iZombie, but also the statuses of future seasons of hit shows including Supernatural, The Flash and Arrow.
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After months of teases and lack of information, today, not only did The CW finally announce a premiere date for the highly anticipated iZombie from Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas (based on the Vertigo comic book of the same name), it also released the world’s first trailer.
As reported earlier, iZombie has been slated for a Tuesday, March 17th premiere where it will take over the current Supernatural timeslot.
Starring Rose McIver, the new series follows Olivia “Liv” Moore, an employee at the coroner’s office who also happens to be a zombie that feeds on dead brains at the office in order to satiate her appetite.