With The Hunger Games lighting up the box office and bookstores everywhere, The CW hopes to get in on the teen survival competition genre sooner rather than later. They're developing two concepts, but neither has made it to the pick-up stage. So what's the latest on the controversial Battle Royale and the delayed pilot The Selection?
When word got out that The CW was adapting Green Arrow into a TV series, many fans of the networks long-running Smallville hoped that meant a spin-off, as the show featured a popular version of the character during its final few seasons, played by Justin Hartley. Instead, the producers chose Stephen Amell for the new Arrow. But why?
One of the most talked about new shows this fall is The CW's Beauty and the Beast. It stars Smallville's Kristen Kreuk and Terra Nova's Jay Ryan. We interviewed Ryan during this year's San Diego Comic-Con and he answered a question we all want answered. What's with the Beast's face?
Creators of The CW's Arrow have been adamant that this DC superhero adaptation will be very different than the popular (but lovably campy) series Smallville, but it seems at least one common thread will remain—comic character cameos.
Once Smallville's lengthy run finally came to an end, no one was really surprised to hear The CW had greenlit a series based on fellow superhero the Green Arrow. But though both might come from the same DC Comics canon, Arrow star Stephen Amell says that's where the similarities begin and end. Spoilers ahead!
The season finale of The CW's femme fatale spy series Nikita ended with a bang, and one longtime character bit the dust. So, why did it have to happen? Spoilers ahead!
We finally have a true preview clip for The CW's Arrow, which sets up the premise and shows off some of the action we can expect once the show ramps up this fall. So how does it look? Truth be told, pretty darn cool.
With renewal season upon us, The CW has made its first batch of decisions about which series it will be bringing back next season. So, how did Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries fare?
After stints on everything from Eureka to Buffy The Vampire Slayer, geek goddess Felicia Day is set to pop up in this Friday's episode of The CW's Supernatural. Judging by a just released clip, it seems she fits the bill of adorable hacker quite nicely.
While we wait with bated breath to learn if Fox will bring the beloved sci-fi drama Fringe back for a fifth season, there's a new rumor that the show could potentially find second life in an admittedly unlikely place.