The Flash’s warm “Welcome to Earth-2” gave us a first tease of the upcoming Supergirl crossover, seemingly confirming CBS’ Kara belongs to another universe, but let’s get those crazy kids together already! Grant Gustin to the rescue, releasing the first photo of Barry and Kara hanging out for CBS’ upcoming Supergirl crossover.
Days away from The Walking Dead Season 6’s grand return, we’re close enough that you can already read our early review, but why stop there? The first four minutes of Sunday’s “No Way Out,” have arrived, and there may be no Saviors for Daryl, Sasha and Abraham.
‘The Walking Dead’ returns for 2016 with an astonishingly stylish entry into “A Larger World,” the best, most transformative hour of the show to date. Our early review, before Rick and co. find “No Way Out” on February 14!
Welcome back to Up To Speed, in which Flash TV show veteran Dylan Todd and newbie Ziah Grace break down the latest episode of The Flash, dispense some Flash Facts, and talk about what works, what doesn’t, and where the series might be headed.
This week, everything is opposite-town as our three favorite science-buddies cross universes to deal with evil twins, uncomfortable, impersonation-fueled make-outs, and Jazzman Joe West. “Welcome To Earth-2” was directed by Millicent Shelton, story by Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, based on a teleplay by Katherine Walczak.
However brightly Agent Carter shines in Season 2, there’s no getting around the diminished ratings from Peggy’s first year, and a recent decision to double-up the remaining episodes on Tuesday. Now, Hayley Atwell herself might be moving on to a different ABC series with a new pilot order, so could Agent Carter Season 3 end up lost to time?
Welcome back to Supergirl Guys, our regular feature breaking down the highs and lows of CBS’s Supergirl TV show starring Melissa Benoist. Your travelling companions on this journey are Superman super-fan Chris Haley, and Flash recap veteran Dylan Todd.
This week, Kara heads back to Krypton, but is it all a dream? Well, yes, obviously it's all a dream. Krypton got blowed up pretty good. "For the Girl Who Has Everything" was directed by Dermott Downs, with a story by Andrew Kreisberg and a teleplay by Ted Sullivan & Derek Simon, adapted from a story by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.
The Flash’s first trip to Earth-2 promised easter eggs galore, and DC delivered an entire multiverse’s worth! Not only did CBS’ Supergirl make her first official crossover of sorts, but tonight’s trippy Flash also teased our first look at Legends’ Jonah Hex and Connor Hawke, another familiar Flash, and near of the entire damn Justice League!
Just as Legends of Tomorrow seeks to complicate it, The Flash does its best to keep time-travel within certain limits, lest all our brains ker-plode. And after Reverse Flash brought a bit of Season 1 to us, The Flash will take us back to Season 1 with a time-travel tale returning Andy Mientus as the Pied Piper.
The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow has had a rough go of living up to its potential thus far, but all eyes will turn to “Star City 2046” at the end of the month, introducing both a future Oliver Queen and DC’s Connor Hawke. Now, Smoak rises in a new photo from producer Marc Guggenheim, in what might be our first look at the burnt-out Arrow-verse’s future.
CBS has kept mum on details of a new Star Trek TV series since the announcement that it would debut on CBS All-Access in 2017, and its first announcement brings mostly good news. First off, Hannibal and American Gods showrunner Bryan Fuller will return to his Star Trek past to topline the new series!