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This week on The CW’s Arrow, the titular vigilante found himself in the sights of a most ardent admirer, while Oliver himself was led to wonder if he missed the mark with Felicity.
First and foremost — and maybe I say this as a man who loves women (and can at times have a proclivity for redheads) — welcome to the Arrowverse, Carrie “Crazy Pants” “Cupid” Cutter. Supernatural mom Amy Gumenick had a fine showing in her debut, to the point that, well, I was rooting for the Arrow to, you know, “indulge” her fantasy for a couple of weeks. Lord knows, »
Last season, Supernatural was the only TV show on The CW that was up in the ratings year-to-year. Will that ascent continue or will the ratings fall? How long can this series continue? Cancelled or renewed for season 11? Stay tuned.
On Supernatural, the Winchester brothers, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles), continue their fight against the evil forces of the underworld. Misha Collins and Mark Sheppard return in recurring roles.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically the following morning, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
11/19 update: You can see the rest of the latest night's ratings. »
Official photos from the seventh episode of Supernatural season 10, "Girls, Girls, Girls," airing Tuesday, November 25 at 9pm on the CW.
Official Synopsis from the CW: "Sam (Jared Padaleck) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) stumble upon a demon who is running from Crowley (Mark A. Sheppard). Before they have a chance to shut him down, Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) steps in and takes things into her own hands. Realizing Rowena is trying to recruit and train followers in the art of witchcraft, Sam and Dean come up with a plan to catch her before she can do much damage. Meanwhile, Hannah (guest star Erica Carroll) runs into a blast from her vessel?s past, which complicates things for her and Castiel (Misha Collins)." »
Tonight, The CW's latest offering of Arrow finds Oliver dealing with an obsessive stalker bent on putting all of the Arrow's enemies in a bodybag. The role of Cupid will be played by Amy Gumenick, who previously portrayed Mary Winchester on Supernatural. Originally, Gumenick tested for the role of Laurel Lance on Arrow but that role obviously went to Katie Cassidy, another CW alum - Supernatural, Melrose Place, Gossip Girl. She told The Warp, "I auditioned for [Arrow] several times. I first auditioned when they were casting the pilot, actually, for Katie Cassidy's role. It was a show I wanted to be a part of. I've since then auditioned for various other guest stars and recurring [roles] here and there, but the one didn't hit. But [Rapaport] is a loyal and an amazingly down to earth person who really believes in his actors. So, I would go in and do my »
It’s no secret Arrow’s Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) hasn’t had the greatest luck in the romance department. Unfortunately for Starling City’s ex-millionaire, The CW hero is about to meet the most dangerous admirer of them all: the vigilante’s self-proclaimed No. 1 fan Carrie Cutter -- the lethal villainess, Cupid -- portrayed by Swedish-born actress Amy Gumenick.
Cupid is the god of love in classic mythology, but the DC Comics character – an enemy of the Arrow and Black Canary (Katie Cassidy) – is a dark twist to the romantic icon who has a, shall we say... intense take on relationships, going so far as to kill. (Beware future suitors!) Considering that she’s infatuated with all facets of the vigilante, Carrie may not be someone anyone from Team Arrow would want to encounter.
In a candid chat ahead of Wednesday's episode, titled "Draw Back Your Bow," Gumenick -- last seen on Supernatural -- spills [link=tt »
In Episode 307 of The CW drama series Arrow, entitled “Draw Back Your Bow,” we get a deeper exploration of the Arrow-obsessed serial killer that we have only just gotten a glimpse of. Carrie Cutter (Amy Gumenick), aka Cupid, is convinced that The Arrow (Stephen Amell) is her one true love and will stop at nothing, no matter how deadly, to get his attention. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actress Amy Gumenick talked about having no idea which character she was actually up for when she auditioned, what an honor it is to bring to life a character that was created for the comics by executive producer Andrew Kreisberg (the writer of the Green Arrow/Black Canary comic book series, at the time), who Cupid is and what her motives are, what it is about The Arrow that attracted her attention, why The Arrow is caught off guard by Cupid, »
- Christina Radish
Albeit three months early for Valentine’s Day, Cupid makes her bow tonight on Arrow (The CW, 8/7c), setting her sights on Starling City’s enigmatic vigilante and anyone who ostensibly could come between them.
Amy Gumenick — whose previous TV credits include AMC’s Turn and the role of Supernatural‘s Young Mary Winchester — shared with TVLine a look at Cupid’s mission and whether the Arrow’s super-ardent admirer might figure in the ongoing “Who killed Sara?” mystery.
Tvline | Now, I spotted you in the background of at least one other scene last week, before Cupid revealed herself the end. »
NBC took the sweeps staple of crossover storylines to a new level last week, as a running plot involving characters from the net’s three Dick Wolf dramas produced a ratings surge for each show. The stunt, along with “Sunday Night Football,” “The Blacklist” and three nights of “The Voice” carried the Peacock to a ratings victory in key demos.
In a down week for CBS, NBC also scored a rare victory in total viewers — its first for a full week in the November sweep since 2002, and its first in any sweep month (excluding Olympics weeks) since the week of the “Friends” finale in May 2004.
“Sunday Night Football,” featuring a great quarterback matchup between Tom Brady’s New England Patriots and Andrew Luck’s Indianapolis Colts produced strong ratings (7.1/19 in 18-49, 20.82 million viewers overall), standing as the week’s No. 2 primetime show in 18-49 and No. 1 in total viewers, according to Nielsen. »
- Rick Kissell
The Winchesters pay homage to the murder mystery genre in this week's comedic episode. Here's Becky's review...
This review contains spoilers.
10.6 Ask Jeeves
Given how strong the 200th episode, Fan Fiction, was, I was a little worried that what followed it might be a dip in quality, particularly if we were swiftly dropped back into Winchester angst immediately. Instead, Ask Jeeves opts for the comedic approach and it makes for a great follow-up as the boys find themselves in a real-life version of Clue (Cluedo for us UK residents). Bobby’s old phone receives a message from the estate of Bunny Lacroix, a wealthy lady with one of those big houses adorned with a Beethoven doorbell. Cases are lacking so Sam and Dean head across to New Canaan, Connecticut where they swiftly become embroiled in family squabbles and the odd murder or two. Or four.
The Clue-esque aspects ensure that »
Director: Tj Scott
Writer: Ben Edlund
Synopsis: When a killer begins targeting the first born of Gotham’s elite, Bullock is forced to confront traumatic memories from a nearly identical case he worked in the past. Also, Gordon is confronted by past decisions that have come back to haunt him.
So, last weeks Gotham didn’t exactly hit the mark with it’s half-hearted attempt to introduce some of the more fantastical elements of the DC universe to it’s world of colourful television characters. The obviously Arrow-inspired storyline involved a super-strength inducing drug, that essentially acted as a prototype formula to the famous ‘venom’ frequently utilised by Bane in the comics. It’s safe to say that this narrative sidestep was slightly under-written, »
- Ben Read
Here are the best and funniest quotes from Sam and Dean Winchester?s adventures in the sixth episode of season 10 of Supernatural, ?Ask Jeeves.? Also, check out my recap of this episode.
Official Synopsis from the CW: "Dean (Jensen Ackles) is surprised when he checks Bobby?s cell phone and hears a message that says Bobby or his next of kin have been named as a beneficiary in an heiress? will. Hoping that means extra money, Dean talks Sam (Jared Padalecki) into hitting the road to claim their fortune. However, what they encounter at the house is far from a treasure chest." »
Tonight on TV, Agents of Shield did a whole bunch of things, and The Flash finally got his name. Meanwhile, Supernatural did it with the candlestick in the library while Mindy made us cringe with embarrassment. All that and more in tonight's Rants and Raves! Rant: Agents of Shield: So many great things are going on, but the fact that they're all going on at once is sort of preventing this show from really being the show we want it to be. It's so close, but we'd just like a little more focus. That said, everything that is happening is super cool, and the '40s flashbacks are only making us way more excited for the upcoming Agent Carter. Rave: Agents of Shield: Adrianne Palicki is just a dream »
Emmy nominated composer Christopher Lennertz returns to score Warner Brothers’ comedy Horrible Bosses 2, bringing a rock-n’-roll edge to the highly anticipated sequel opening in theaters November 26th.
The film picks up on the story of Dale, Kurt and Nick as they decide to start their own business. When things don’t go as planned, the trio is prompted to pull off a harebrained and misguided kidnapping scheme. Directed by Sean Anders, the film returns Jason Batemen, Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day, Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Aniston, with Christoph Waltz and Chris Pine rounding out the all-star cast.
© 2014 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Photo Credit: John P. Johnson. Caption: (L-r) Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day, Jason Bateman and director Sean Anders on the set of New Line Cinema’s comedy “Horrible Bosses 2.
- Michelle McCue
Recently, CW released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Supernatural" episode 7 of season 10. The episode is entitled, "Girls, Girls, Girls," and it sounds like things will get very sticky and intense for Dean and Sam as they are forced to stop both a witch and vicious demon, and more! In the new, 7th episode press release: Sam and Dean will stumble upon a demon who is running from Crowley. Before they have a chance to shut him down, Rowena is going to step in and take things into her own hands. Realizing Rowena is trying to recruit and train followers in the art of witchcraft, Sam and Dean will come up with a plan to catch her before she can do much damage. In the meantime, Hannah is going to run into a blast from her vessel's past, which will complicate things for her and Castiel. Actress ,Erica Carroll, »
Supernatural's Winchester brothers have officially been "saving people, hunting things" for 200 episodes ... and season 10 isn't even halfway over. But after taking a break from some of the season-long drama last week to celebrate the show's milestone, it's time to get back in the swing of things. EW chatted with stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles about the season so far and what lies ahead. »
- Samantha Highfill
Provided by ListenFirst Media, Dar – TV measures what entertainment content is resonating most across Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube and Wikipedia combined. For more on the methodology behind Dar – TV, scroll to the bottom of the article.
Digital Audience Ratings (Dar) – TV Broadcast Monday Nov 10, 2014 – Sunday Nov 16, 2014 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 The Voice 18,531 2 2 America’s Got Talent 4,901 3 3 The Simpsons 3,635 4 4 Dancing With the Stars 3,407 5 5 America’s Funniest Home Videos 2,983 6 7 The Big Bang Theory 1,415 7 6 Supernatural 1,321 8 - Grey’s Anatomy 1,244 9 9 The Flash 1,205 10 - Family Guy 1,130 -
Cable/Streaming Monday Nov 10, 2014 – Sunday Nov 16, 2014 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 Key and Peele 7,597 2 2 The Walking Dead 5,554 3 3 Top Gear 4,364 4 4 Pretty Little Liars 2,198 5 6 Sons of Anarchy 2,035 6 5 American Horror Story 1,448 7 8 WWE Raw 1,281 8 - South Park 1,272 9 10 Impact Wrestling 1,134 10 - Naked and Afraid 970 -
Late Night Monday Nov 10, 2014 – Sunday Nov 16, 2014 Rank Last Week Program Rating(000) 1 1 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 30,325 2 2 Jimmy Kimmel Live 19,791 3 4 Conan 8,885 4 3 Last Week Tonight With John Oliver »
- Jason Klein
It’s Monday, folks, and you know what that means: an all-new episode of TVOvermind’s video show, “This Week in Television,” featuring myself and my best friend and fellow TVOvermind writer Blaise Hopkins, in which he and I discuss recent TV news, review an episode of one our favorite shows, and give our opinions on what was the best and the worst of TV during the week. In this week’s installment, Blaise I touch upon Showtime’s renewals for both Homeland and The Affair (Homeland for its fifth season and The Affair for Season 2), talk about Community adding two new series regulars (Criminal Minds‘ Paget Brewster and Enlisted‘s Keith David) to its cast for its upcoming sixth season, which will air exclusively on Yahoo Screen, and, lastly, share our thoughts the first photos of Laurel Lance (aka actress Katie Cassidy) as Arrow‘s new Black Canary. Additionally, »
- Chris King
Bradley Whitford doesn’t just have a new job — he’s the new boss.
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Whitford (The West Wing) has joined the cast of Showtime’s Happyish pilot, playing Jonathan Cooke, the morally ambiguous boss of Steve Coogan’s Thom Payne. The 30-minute pilot, which begins filming in New York this December, also stars Kathryn Hahn (Transparent) as Thom’s wife Lee.
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Love is apparently in the air during next week’s episode of Arrow, entitled “Draw Back Your Bow,” which not only features DC Comics character Cupid (played by Amy Gumenick of Supernatural) but some much more intimate moments between Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), perhaps even including a kiss between the pair. And, unfortunately for Olicity shippers out there, as you can see from the photos below, it looks like Oliver might be a little too preoccupied to notice what’s going on between Ray and Felicity. In “Draw Back Your Bow,” Carrie Cutter, aka Cupid, who we briefly met at the end of this week’s episode, emerges as the Arrow’s biggest fan. However, between the archery skills she showed off this week and the guy she has hanging by his neck in these photos, something’s telling me that Cupid might not be »
- Chris King
Yet another film is aiming to be rebooted as a TV series for next Fall. NBC is reportedly planning a small screen adaptation of the 2000 lo-fi time travel thriller "Frequency" which starred Dennis Quaid and Jim Caviezel.
"Supernatural" writer, producer and show runner Jeremy Carver has reportedly created a new take on the material and the network has issued a script-plus-penalty commitment for the character driven drama.
Carver will write the pilot episode which, like the original, will focus on a NYPD detective who connects with his son thirty years in the future. Father and son will work together to stop several tragic events from coming to pass, all while finding time to heal their own fractured relationship.
Toby Emmerich, who wrote the original film, will return as a producer on the series.
Source: The Live Feed »
- Garth Franklin
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