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Greg Berlanti’s CW superhero show universe, otherwise known as the “Arrowverse,” is known for being proud and progressive with its depiction of comic book heroes. The Arrowverse has the first lesbian superhero show, diverse casts, several female-led TV shows. But the CW’s upcoming Superman & Lois may be facing issues related to sexism and racism, according to a recently fired writer for the series.

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New Batwoman suit

Back in September, we got a first look at Batwoman series star Javicia Leslie suited up in costume for the first time. But it turns out that her character, Ryan Wilder, was actually wearing previous Batwoman Kate Kane’s old suit in that image.

Now we have a couple of new looks at the new Batwoman suit from The CW TV series, which has been redesigned to better fit Ryan Wilder’s personality. Check out the character’s new duds below. Read More »

slay tv series

A witty teen with a sharp sense of fashion and even sharper instincts uses her supernatural powers to defend her town from the forces of darkness. Sound familiar? It seems like Regina King is drawing inspiration from one famous Slayer for a new CW series Slay, a Black-led supernatural teen drama that the Emmy and Oscar-winning actress – who recently made her feature directorial debut with the acclaimed One Night in Miami – is developing.

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New Batwoman First Look Photo

Ruby Rose stepped down from the mantle of Batwoman after the first season of the series came to an end earlier this year. It was a surprising move from the actress, but it made way for the casting of Javicia Leslie, the first Black actress to take on the role of the DC Comics superhero. But instead of playing Kate Kane, she’ll be playing a new character named Ryan Wilder, and we’ve got a first look at her suited up as Batwoman for the show’s second season. Get a look at the new Batwoman photo below. Read More »

Supergirl ending

Supergirl is coming in for one final landing on The CW.

The network announced today that the upcoming sixth season of the superhero series will be its last. Production on the final season begins this month in Vancouver, which has been a home base of production for the network for many years. Season 6 will consist of 20 episodes, and it’s slated to premiere sometime in 2021.
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Doom Patrol Season 2 Poster

A second round of DC FanDome unfolded over the weekend, and though it wasn’t anywhere near as star-studded or exciting as the first round of the virtual convention, there were still some new tidbits of information revealed on the DC Comics television side of things.

Below, we’ve rounded up the more noteworthy reveals that might be of interest, including Doom Patrol getting renewed for a third season, the fourth season title for Young Justice, and some details on the upcoming seasons of Pennyworth, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Superman & Lois, and Batwoman. Read More »

Live-action Powerpuff Girls

Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup may be heading back to TV, but in a way you’ve never seen them before: in live-action.

The CW is reportedly developing a live-action Powerpuff Girls sequel series, which takes place years after the events of the Cartoon Network animated show. Oscar winner Diablo Cody (Juno) is writing and executive producing, and Greg Berlanti, the architect of The CW’s Arrowverse and shows like Riverdale and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, is on board as an executive producer.
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The Revelations of Becka Paulson

In the mad-dash to cash-in on the big Stephen King adaptation revival, producers are having to go far and wide to find fresh tales of terror that have yet to find their way to the screen (or they’re just shrugging their shoulders and remaking older stuff). The CW wants to get in on this King action, and they’ve gone to a very unlikely source: “The Revelations of ‘Becka Paulson,” an obscure short story that has yet to be collected into any of the King short story collections published so far. Going by the working title Revelations, the CW show follows a woman chosen by Jesus to prevent the apocalypse.

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new batwoman lead

Gotham City has a new Caped Crusader in town. God Friended Me actress Javicia Leslie has been cast as the new Batwoman lead, replacing Ruby Rose’s Kate Kane in season 2 of the CW series. Leslie, who will be the first Black actress to ever portray Batwoman in live-action, will be playing a new character named Ryan Wilder.

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DC’s Stargirl is shooting for the stars, and landing at a new network. The DC Universe original is leaving the fledgling streaming platform for The CW, which has renewed Stargirl for a second season and will become the exclusive home for the breakout superhero series next season. Stargirl is just the latest series to abandon the fast-dwindling DC Universe, which is losing shows to HBO Max and The CW, in a move that may indicate that Warner Media is abandoning the short-lived DC-centric streaming platform.

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