Producers of the DC franchise on the CW are planning a few big surprises involving the Man of Steel and a former Robin!
Pandora, the CW’s upcoming summer sci-fi action series, from Mark A. Altman and Steve Kriozere (ABC’s Castle), is the futuristic sci-fi series looking to take viewers on a full-throttle, strange and unique adventure set in the distant future. Aliens, super-powered students, and mysterious teachers are wrapped up in political intrigue and we have everything you need to know before it’s mid-July premiere!
Dubbed by fans as the Arrowverse, the CW line up of DC shows has already wowed fans with numerous series crossovers between their current hits Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, but next season is going to get even better.
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The second season of CW’s hit show The Flash is winding to a close, but some big name star power and epic twists will end the season with an extra dose of Speed Force.
Geek royalty and all around cool dude Kevin Smith, known for Mallrats, Clerks, and his beautiful Star Wars cameo, will have his name in the credits on May 10 for the upcoming episode The Runaway Dinosaur.
Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica & the rest of the gang from Riverdale have been in the funnybooks for 75 years. But characters from Archie Comics also have a very rich television history — a memorable cartoon starring Archie and friends, another starring Josie and the Pussycats; a live-action hit concerning Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and more.
Now, even as the Archie Comics line has been undergoing a modern refresh by writers Mark Waid, Chip Zdarsky and a team of talented artists (including Fiona Staples, Erica Henderson, and Veronica Fish), there’s another modern take on Archie’s characters heading for a pilot on The CW. The one-hour drama is to be written by Archie Comics Chief Creative Officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (also behind comics including Afterlife with Archie, and a writer on television shows including ‘Glee’). And it seems some of the stars are a pleasant blast from television’s past.