Get ready for the 4th season premiere of THE FLASH tonight on The CW! I spent some time chatting with the cast of THE FLASH in San Diego for Comic Con. Watch the videos in the Playlist above and learn what Candice Patton, Jesse L Martin, Tom Cavanah, Keiynan Lonsdale, and Grant Gustin had to say about the aftermath of Season 3 and the lightness we might see in Season 4!
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Over the weekend the Paley Center for Media announced the shows that would join them for the annual PaleyFest, held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. This year, the Fest runs March 17 to March 26, and here’s a look at what you can see if you attend! March 17 (7:30PM): THE WALKING DEAD cast and creatives March 18 (2:00PM): ARROW / THE FLASH / SUPERGIRL / LEGENDS OF TOMORROW for a Heroes vs Aliens block March 18 (7:30PM): THIS
News has been slowly trickling out about what shows will be at Comic Con this year, and the biggest announcement so far has been the 21 shows that Warner Brothers is bringing along! They are basically taking a rest on Saturday! Check out the details!! WEDNESDAY, JULY 20 6:00–10:00 p.m. Comic-Con and Warner Bros. Television proudly continue our annual Preview Night tradition, with exclusive world premiere screenings of the pilot episodes of five of the most highly anticipated series of
With National City still not trusting Supergirl, what better time than now for the Flash to show up to give some advice. Let’s see if Kara Zor-El takes care of business tonight, when she must go face to face with not one but two villains, Silver Banshee and Livewire!
Bet you couldn’t guess by her posts each week that the CHICAGO shows were #1 on Marissa’s list! Check out what else made the cut! CHICAGO FIRE, CHICAGO PD, CHICAGO MED ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 10 Do you agree?
Admittedly, I’ve been a bit lax in my watching I KNOW I KNOW, but there have been shows that I have geeked out about in 2015. LET’S REVIEW! THE FLASH ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 11 Another show that started to lose me, but pulled me back in quickly!! My favorite scenes are always with Cisco, Barry and Joe. I could watch those three banter for hours. But with special effects and terrific storytelling, I don’t have to
Some of the best press round tables from this summer’s San Diego Comic Con were those from the cast and creative team behind THE FLASH. After a first season that packed thousands of hours of story into 22 episodes, the team promises that Season 2 will not drop that fast pace (no FLASH pun intended ha). Having seen the highly emotional first episode that shows Barry coming to terms with the events of the season finale, I can promise that
TV programming this year has really run away from me; shows that I expected to really love fizzled out into nothing and long-running shows that I had avoided due to “ick” factor, became permanent staples in my DVR. Let’s review, shall we? In NO particular order: SCANDAL: I have weekly “Lady Dates” with one of my best friends (HI NATALI!) where we get on FaceTime, Skype or text and watch a bunch of shows. SCANDAL is always a part of
Hot on the heels of the fan favorite, ARROW, a new adaptation of The Flash was a gamble. However, the right casting and writing teams have been dispatched and it seems pretty clear that; it’s gonna be a great show! During San Diego Comic Con 2014, I got the chance to sit down with the leading cast members and an executive producer; we didn’t get much time, but hey. What did you expect from a show about the fastest man