DC Comics fans have long argued over who is the best Batman. The kids these days think Christian Bale is the ultimate Dark Knight, but plenty will argue that Michael Keaton is the definitive version of the Caped Crusader. But there’s an even more passionate group of fans who think Kevin Conroy, the voice of the world’s greatest detective on Batman: The Animated Series, is the best Batman. Now, the actor is about to join the ranks of the live-action Batman actors too.
At the Television Critics Association summer press tour, The CW announced that Kevin Conroy would be playing Batman yet again in the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover event coming to the Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and the new Batwoman series starring Ruby Rose. Well, Kevin Conroy probably won’t be suiting up as The Dark Knight exactly, but he will be playing an older version of Bruce Wayne. Find out more below. Read More »
Brandon Routh is one of the few actors fortunate (or maybe unfortunate) enough to strap on the blue tights and red underwear and soar through the sky as Superman. Plucked from obscurity, Routh played the Man of Steel in Bryan Singer’s 2006 film Superman Returns, which was also kind of a remake of Superman: The Movie. Yeah, it was a weird one. Now he’ll be putting the cape back on again for the upcoming Arrowverse crossover event Crisis on Infinite Earths over at The CW. Read More »
The CW has driven a stake through the heart of their Lost Boys TV show, and will now attempt to revive it with fresh blood. The network originally passed on the TV adaptation of the popular ’80s vampire flick, and now plan to retool the show completely. The retooling is so extreme that they’ve gotten rid of the entire cast – save for two actors.
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Along with blockbuster summer, it’s also upfronts season in the television world, and that means we’re starting to glimpse of the new shows that will be coming to the small screen for the 2019-2020 season. We’ve already seen the new trailers for FOX, ABC and NBC shows, and now The CW has unveiled their primetime slate of new shows, and we have a first look at each of them with a round-up of trailers below.
The CW’s new shows coming this fall include Batwoman, which we already highlighted yesterday, but there’s also a supernatural take on Nancy Drew on the way, as well as the Riverdale spin-off series Katy Keene, expanding the world of Archie Comics on the small screen. Read More »
As the streaming wars intensify, Netflix is finding itself at the center of everyone’s targets. In addition to losing Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars titles as Disney+ prepares to launch, and NBCUniversal preparing to pull streaming favorites The Office and Friends, Netflix is now losing out on future The CW shows.
The teen-friendly network is ending its CW Netflix deal, which would find CW shows like Arrow, The Flash, Riverdale, and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend landing automatically on Netflix soon after a season finished airing. But CW is declining to renew that deal for its future shows, planning to shop new shows like Batwoman to other services. But don’t worry, Riverdale fans. The old shows will still stay on Netflix, with new seasons, for the foreseeable future.
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Saving Gotham is a woman’s work. And Ruby Rose is not about to let any man — or Batman — take credit for it. Rose stars as the titular vigilante superhero in the first official Batwoman trailer for the upcoming CW series set to debut this fall. Watch the Batwoman trailer below.
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The first Batwoman teaser trailer is here to signal the beginning of a new superhero in Gotham City, and the series order from The CW. The teaser trailer is loaded with a sense of importance, which is fitting: Batwoman will be making TV history as the first live-action superhero series with a gay lead character. Watch the Batwoman teaser trailer below.
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Remember when Friends fans were panicking last year because it looks like the staple NBC sitcom would be removed from Netflix? The streaming service spent around $100 million to keep the exclusive licensing rights to stream the show through 2019. However, Netflix likely won’t be the exclusive streaming home to shows like Friends and The Office for much longer. That’s because the media companies behind them are starting their own streaming services, and Netflix might have to share the rights to some of their most popular shows. This could really shake up the streaming scene and end up being something either really bad for Netflix, or really unfortunate for new streaming services. Read More »
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The underrated comedic masterpiece that is Crazy Ex-Girlfriend will be singing its final aria today on the CW in a two-hour series finale and live show that will cap off one of the sharpest, funniest, and most profound comedies on TV today. Created by Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend never got the audience it deserved because of its cringeworthy title, but in its four seasons on the air, it delivered a madcap and maddeningly perceptive depiction of mental illness through the frame of a romantic-comedy series.
So as we count down the hours until Crazy Ex-Girlfriend‘s swan song, we’ll be counting down the 15 best Crazy-Ex Girlfriend songs in the show’s whopping 150-plus song catalogue. Let’s generalize about songs!
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Supernatural, the longest-running live-action fantasy TV series in American television history, is coming to an end.
The cast of The CW show has announced that the series will be concluding after its upcoming fifteenth season. “We just told the crew that though we’re very, very excited about moving into our fifteenth season, it will be our last,” star Jensen Ackles said in a video addressed to the show’s fans. “We wanted you to hear from us that though we’re excited about next year, it will be the finale, the big grand finale of an institution.” See the cast deliver the news about the Supernatural ending below. Read More »