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Supergirl First Look: See Melissa Benoist and Helen Slater Together for the First Time

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Melissa Benoist gave fans two Supergirls for the price of one in this photo she posted on Twitter today. In the picture, the star of CBS’ upcoming Supergirl TV series poses with the star of the 1984 Supergirl movie (and current castmate on CBS’ Supergirl), Helen Slater. It’s unclear whether this photo was taken on the set of Supergirl or not (although filming of the pilot is scheduled to begin this week). However, no matter where the two actresses were, the picture is sure to get fans even more excited for the upcoming superhero series, which comes the team of Greg Berlanti (ArrowThe Flash) and Ali Adler (ChuckThe New Normal) and has had numerous casting announcements revealed over the past two weeks. Probably the most buzzed-about of those casting announcements was that both Slater and Dean Cain, who starred as Clark Kent/Superman in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, »

- Chris King

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The Originals Casts Farscape’s Claudia Black to Recur as Dahlia

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The Mikaelsons’ Aunt Dahlia is coming to The Originals, and now we finally know who will be playing her on The CW vampire drama. As first reported by The Hollywood Reporter,  Farscape’s Claudia Black has been cast in the role of the mysterious and incredibly dangerous witch, who is also the maternal aunt of the Mikaelson siblings. As we learned this season on The Originals, Dahlia helped her younger sister, Esther (the mother of Klaus, Elijah, Rebekah, Kol, Finn, and Freya), with a fertility spell. However, the spell came with a price, as Dahlia wanted the first-born of every generation, taking Esther’s oldest daughter, Freya (played by Riley Voelkel), as payment at the time. When the Mikaelson children were all turned into vampires (who typically cannot reproduce), it was believed by Esther that Dahlia would have no reason to go after her family again, but when Klaus and Hayley had a child of… »

- Chris King

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Daredevil Photos: Get Your First Look at Vincent D’Onofrio as Kingpin

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Every great hero needs a good villain, and from the look of these brand new photos from Marvel’s Daredevil, it appears that Vincent D’Onofrio is up to the challenge. The actor, probably best known to TV fans for his role as Detective Robert Goren in Law & Order: Criminal Intent, will be playing the role of Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin, who quickly becomes the number one enemy of the titular vigilante. “I just brought in this kind of character who in one sentence could easily go from being a child to a monster, depending on where his emotions take him,” D’Onofrio said in article with USA Today. The same article also describes how just as the series will be an origin story for Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock as Daredevil, it will also be one for Fisk as Kingpin. While both men want to clean up the streets of New York, »

- Chris King

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Revenge’s James Tupper Talks David’s New Role, Relationship With Emily & the ‘Craziest’ Revenge Scene Still to Come

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The fourth season of ABC’s Revenge has, in many ways, felt like a rebirth for the series, and one of the main reasons behind that rejuvenation has been the show’s resurrection of David Clarke. Believed to be dead throughout the show’s first three seasons, David was revealed to be alive in Revenge‘s Season 3 finale and has been a major player in many of the events that have taken place during Season 4. In an exclusive interview with TVOvermind, the actor who plays David Clarke, James Tupper, spoke about his character’s new role in the back half of Season 4, his constantly evolving relationship with Emily, and an upcoming Revenge scene that he calls “the craziest whopper you’ve ever seen.” TVOvermind: You were a guest star on Revenge for its first three seasons, mainly only appearing in flashbacks, until they resurrected your character in the Season 3 finale. »

- Chris King

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The CW’s Variety of Great Shows Has Made It One of the Best Networks on Television

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A year ago, I didn’t watch a single show on The CW. I had written off the network, sure that the quality of shows could not match those on some of the bigger networks. After all, looking in from an outsiders perspective, it seemed like their only requirement for actors was that they be incredibly good looking, which, admittedly, most of them are. But when I finally gave the network a chance, starting with Arrow, then The Flash, then The 100 and finally, Jane the Virgin, I realized that The CW had a lot more to offer than simply beautiful people. The shows on this network are diverse, ranging from dark and dramatic to light and fun, even incorporating some telenovela dramedy. There is something for everyone on The CW, and if you give it a chance, you might even fall in love with more than one show. While on the surface… »

- Laura Schinner

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Our Favorite TV Couples of the 2000’s

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Valentine’s Day may be over, but love is still in the air here at TVOvermind. You may have checked out our other articles that showcased our favorite TV couples from the 1980’s and the 1990’s. Some of those classic couples that were discussed included Chandler and Monica from Friends, Zack and Kelly from Saved by the Bell, and Cliff and Clair Huxtable from The Cosby Show. This week, we are going to examine the best TV couples from the 2000’s. We had a lot of television to sift through to find couples worthy of mentioning in this article. However, we think we have found four couples that you will agree made the 2000’s one of the best decades for TV couples. The four couples included on this list come from both comedic and dramatic television shows and feature two high school students, two doctors, and an office romance that »

- Tim Gerstenberger

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