Posted on Friday, January 12th, 2018 by Fred Topel
In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein allegations and #metoo movement, five women accused actor Robert Knepper of sexual misconduct. Fans of The CW’s iZombie had hoped he would be removed from the show, but The CW conducted an investigation and decided to allow him to finish the upcoming fourth season. CW President Mark Pedowitz told /Film at the Television Critics Association press tour that Knepper would not return to the show after his current arc concludes.
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Netflix and The CW have announced a new partnership. For the next few years, Netflix will exclusively stream The CW’s content, including this year’s Archie television show Riverdale. Under this deal, eight days after the Riverdale season finale airs the entirety of season one will be ready to watch on Netflix, and the same goes for The CW’s other programs.
Below, learn more about the CW Netflix deal.
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It feels like 2016 is just flying by, because we’re just over three weeks away from San Diego Comic-Con. We’ll be in the heart of all the pop culture craziness as usual, and it looks like fans are going to have their days packed pretty full if they plan on seeing everything that Warner Bros. Television has to offer. The TV studio is bring 21 shows to the convention this summer. That includes comic book favorites like Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Gotham and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and a slew of other geek friendly shows with large, loyal fanbases.
Get the full list of TV shows at 2016 Comic-Con after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 by Angie Han
It’s not like we were short on stuff to watch this summer (hello, UnREAL, nice to see you, Mr. Robot), but when it comes to TV there’s no time like the fall. Along with the annual onslaught of new shows competing for our attention, we’re ready to welcome a bunch of old favorites back to our DVRs. After the jump, some of the fall 2015 returning shows we’re most excited for. Read More »
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The lowest-profile DC comics series on The CW seems to be iZombie, but that doesn’t exactly mean the show is struggling. It just doesn’t get the attention of The Flash or Arrow.
That said, iZombie had a healthy audience in its first season thanks in part to a combination of good casting and perfectly-pitched scripts. The series really inspired a solid core fanbase as it also garnered critical acclaim, with praise particularly directed at the show’s comic wit. The series returns for a second season in early October, and the new iZombie S2 trailer is here. Read More »
How should have X-Men: Days of Future Past ended? What’s it mean to bring Scarecrow onto Gotham? Is there a rumored run time for Avengers: Age of Ultron? Want to see a Valentine’s Day themed infographic linking superheroes with their loves? Can you see what it will look like with Spider-Man and The Avengers on screen together? How much longer might Kingsman: The Secret Service be on Blu-ray? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Is Superman getting a new costume in the comic books? Was Ewan McGregor up for Doctor Strange? How long is Ezra Miller willing to play The Flash? Who might be auditioning to play Marvel’s Iron Fist? What’s the latest comic book that Sony Pictures picked up? Want to see a new iZombie promo? Who is the villain in Supergirl? Which film is about to link with Agent Carter? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Leave it to The CW to make a TV show about a zombie that you’d brag to your friends about dating. Based on the DC Comic of the same name, iZombie is a show about a young woman named Liv (get it?), who is holding up pretty well despite being dead. Liv works with dead bodies, and which probably helps out when she gets hungry and needs to eat some brains. And her show, based on the first iZombie trailer, looks fairly entertaining, if also pretty familiar.
iZombie is the DC Comics show (well, actually drawn from a Vertigo Comics title — that imprint being a subset of DC) which has pulled less attention than other shows like Arrow and The Flash. That lesser attention is in part because this show draws on a more obscure book, and also because we hadn’t seen anything to indicate the show’s tone. Now we know: it’s like Veronica Mars, with a bit of a whiff of the undead. Which we might have guessed, given the creators (Rob Thomas wrote and directed the pilot) but it helps to see it in action. Check out the iZombie trailer below. Read More »
Want to see a poster for the upcoming show iZombie? Did X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer finally comment about the film? What is Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice filming next week? Is the first review of Guardians of the Galaxy out? Which classic TV character influenced Pepper Potts in Iron Man? And just how big is Rocket Raccoon‘s gun? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
It’s that time of year when the TV networks clear the crap off their channel and fill it up with new crap. The hope, of course, is the new crap sticks around and gains an audience. While we don’t follow a lot of TV here on /Film, we do follow big comic book shows and three new DC Comics TV shows just got picked up. Two on The CW and another on NBC.
The first, and most obvious, is The Flash, the Arrow spinoff starring Grant Gustin as the iconic DC Comics speedster. Then there’s iZombie, Veronica Mars‘ creator Rob Thomas’s adaptation of the Vertigo comic. Then, over on NBC, Constantine, starring Matt Ryan as a supernatural detective, got picked up too. All three DC Comics TV shows are expected to air in the Fall. Read More »