The level of “squee” that came out of my mouth when I heard about a live action Teen Titans was probably over 100 on the decibel scale (See: Chainsaws and fireworks).
Coming off the heels of the announcement that Arrow will see two stars returning for the end of the season, Supergirl made news as well. Tyler Hoechlin opened the season by debuting as Earth-38's Superman, and he'll wrap up season two by appearing in the finale which airs on May 22nd! Kara's iconic cousin had previously served as a distant source of inspiration for her, but since he showed up for a couple episodes, he's let her face her challenges on her own. She's done well as the lone hero for National City (aside from Guardian stepping in from time to time...oh and Mon El) but it seems she'll need the Man of Steel's assistance in the season's final battle.
Trailer for Season 3 of The Flash and some new bits of info.
Shortly after news broke that Supergirl had been renewed and then moved over to The CW we discovered that Superman would finally make an actual appearance on the show! During season one, Kara had run ins with her iconic younger yet older cousin but we never really got to meet the last Son of Krypton himself. She'd chat via instant message with Clark and he even saved her on one occasion but Supergirl had passed out as he had done so and she didn't get to interact with him in person at that point. During the finale event, Superman was under the thrall of Nod's master plan but we never got a chance to see his face. That all ends in season two of Supergirl! The CW has cast Tyler Hoechlin (Everybody Wants Some!, Road to Perdition, Hall Pass, Teen Wolf) to play Superman in at least two episodes, being introduced in the first episode of the new season.
Supergirl, which just ended its first season on CBS, has been renewed for a second season, but with a twist. The show is being rehomed on The CW, which is jointly owned by CBS and Warner Bros. (hence the name "CW"). It will join CW's other DC Comics based shows The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow.
Kara gains a new ally when the Flash arrives from an alternate universe and helps her fight the Silver Banshee and Livewire in exchange for her helping him return home.
On Monday the DCTV Universe begins it's expansion! The Flash will introduce himself to National City and meet Supergirl for the first time! To get prepared for this momentous occasion, check out these four clips previewing the huge episode!
In early February we got the confirmation of our dream crossover event. The Flash would be traveling over to National City to team up with Supergirl! Today CBS revealed the official poster and a plot description for Episode 18 titled "World's Finest" is set to air on March 28th.
Tonight's episode was probably the best of the season for Supergirl, and Dave is here to recap the events for you!
We finally got what we've been wanting since they announced the Supergirl series. CBS announced today that Flash will be crossing over to visit Supergirl in National City! Grant Gustin, who currently plays Barry Allen aka The Flash on CW's The Flash will make the trek over to CBS' Supergirl in an episode set to air on March 28th.
Kara helps Hank face his painful past when a White Martian, who wiped out all of the Green Martians from Mars, kidnaps Senator Miranda Crane who is an anti-alien politician. Adam Foster who is Cat's estranged son arrives in National City.
Kara does her best to support Winn when he hears that his father Winslow Schott Sr. breaks out of prison. His father looks for Winn for a reason to become like him. Cat offers Lucy a job working at CatCo and Alex asks Hank to use his powers to find out and uncover Maxwell Lord's plans.
Returning from it's winter hibernation (hiatus), Supergirl is back with a brand new episode entitled 'Blood Bonds.' Here's our review of the ninth episode of the season!
Since it’s debut back on September 22nd, 2014, Gotham has been met with some harsh criticism from the most hardcore of Batfans. A lot of the hatred comes from people not liking the show’s creative take on the origins of some of our favorite characters from the Batfamily and their villains. Personally, I think they’re missing the point. In my humble opinion, this show does NOT serve as an origin to Batman, or even to Commissioner James Gordon. This show is an alternative look at the origins of Gotham City itself, and those that would inhabits it’s dangerous streets.
The night would continue in the DC TV Universe as the Supergirl panel would take the stage in Hall H. The crowd got to see a screening of the pilot (which leaked online a few weeks ago). We also discovered that a prominent DC villain would be joining the cast. Maxwell Lord has been a villain and a hero at times, but on Supergirl he's described as a green tech billionaire who enjoys a friendly rivalry with Cat Grant and a fascination with National City's newest arrival, Supergirl. Portraying Lord is Peter Facinelli (The Twilight Saga, Fastlane, Can't Hardly Wait).
With the network Upfronts taking place this week, we were bound to get all kinds of good stuff coming from New York. Today we were informed that CBS' Supergirl would premiere in November and air on Monday nights at 8PM EST. And now....we have a trailer!
In recent weeks the casting for the upcoming CBS superhero series Supergirl has ramped up dramatically. This past week the pilot began production so it was only a matter of time before we caught our first glimpse of Melissa Benoist in the Supergirl costume. Today is that day!
Typically known for following the superhero exploits of Superman, James 'Jimmy' Olsen, has just been cast to appear in CBS' upcoming series Supergirl starring Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El aka Supergirl . Mehcad Brooks (True Blood, Necessary Roughness, Desperate Housewives) has signed on to portray the sometimes bumbling yet ever lovable photojournalist.
Since CBS announced they were going into the Superhero TV Show business and chose 'Supergirl' as its hero of choice, we had been waiting to see who would be cast as Kara Zor-El they estranged cousin of Superman. Today it was announced that Melissa Benoist (Glee, Whiplash)
Back in September we got the news that a Supergirl show was given a full series order from CBS and that the man behind Arrow and The Flash, Greg Berlanti and Chuck and No Ordinary Family producer Ali Adler would be running things. The premise is rumored to focus on Superman's cousin, Kara Zor-El, as she begins to use her powers that she'd been hiding for years. Now The Wrap is reporting that casting has begun and that Claire Holt best known as Rebekah on The Vampire Diaries and The Originals is up for the title role.