Although by now televisions fans of The CW hit series Arrow and its sister series The Flash have been prepared for the upcoming third spin-off – and no… I’m not talking about that Maid of Might minding over National City on CBS – the assembled DC’s Legends of Tomorrow have started coming together in the premiere crossover episodes of the season…and it’s a pretty brilliant take-off.
The DC Comics Universe is assembling its own team of “Legends” in primetime! The heroes of today, fight for our future! As if having three major powerhouse series in primetime wouldn’t be enough, executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg including Marc Guggenheim are about to pool their resources, or rather their casts — […]
On a spearhead trajectory to their midseason finales “Arrow” and “The Flash” prepare to raise the stakes and introduce some “Legends”. It’s becoming apparently clear that The CW network will someday eventually relaunch as DC Comics TV! It wouldn’t be the first time that the network execs have […]
There’s been a really big monkey loose in the bowels of Central City ever since the particle explosion that rocked the foundations of S.T.A.R. Labs and turned CSI Investigator Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) into the Scarlet Speedster. Along with the volley of metahumans that have since been springing up all over, Gorilla Grodd was also affected by the black matter that was released.
Since it premiered last fall on The CW the series endeared itself with audiences by introducing a familiar hero, introducing a new star, connecting a veteran to its reboot and putting together one of the strongest casts in primetime together on one of the few shows capable of reaching across all demographics.