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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will battle the Legion of Doom in Season 2, it was announced on Saturday at the San Diego Comic-Con.
And populating The CW series’ iteration of the infamous Legion of Doom will be some familiar faces: Reverse-Flash (to again played by The Flash‘s Matt Letscher), Captain Cold (Legends‘ Wentworth Miller), Malcolm Merlyn aka the Dark Archer (Arrow vet John Barrowman) and Damien Darhk (Arrow‘s Neal McDonough).
Comic-con 2016 Exclusive Videos, Casting News, Scoop and More
Letscher will be a series regular on Legends Season 2, while McDonough will recur. Miller and Barrowman recently signed groundbreaking deals »
If Pokémon Go has got you in a hunting and scavenging mood but wishing you could discover some treasures Irl and not just on your phone screen, then Misha Collins has just the thing for you. The Supernatural actor is bringing back Gishwhes — the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen. Gishwhes, back for a sixth time, is a week-long scavenger hunt that has amassed tens of thousands of participants going to great and silly lengths to win the grand prize for their team. This year the winning team will get a trip to Iceland with Collins, who plays the angel Castiel on Supernatural. Though the scavenger hunt has its participants discovering and creating cool stuff in real life, there is some phone (or camera, at least) use required. Teams must take photos and videos of their submissions so the judges can review entries of GISHWHESers around the world (but, »
- Emily Rome
Tony Sokol Jul 22, 2016
Amazon has released the first images from the rebooted series The Tick, a superhero story based on comedic comic book characters created by Ben Edlund. The project stars Peter Serafinowicz, Griffin Newman and Jackie Earle Haley. Ben Edlund (Supernatural) wrote the pilot.
The first images include a superhero in an apparent TV interview with Whoopi Goldberg, and Serafinowicz hanging out in his costume...
The new series will be part of Amazon's 2016 comedy pilot season, which also includes I Love Dick, starring Emily Gould, Kathryn Hahn, Kevin Bacon and Griffin Dunne; and Jean-Claude Van Johnson which will star Jean-Claude Van Damme. All three »
Amazon has announced that its upcoming reboot of The Tick is set to arrive this August as part of its 2016 comedy pilot season, with the announcement accompanied by the first images from the new series, which sees Peter Serafinowicz succeeding Patrick Warburton as the big blue superhero…
In a world where superheroes have been real for decades, an underdog accountant with zero powers comes to realize his city is owned by a global super villain long-thought dead. As he struggles to uncover this conspiracy, he falls in league with a strange blue superhero. The Tick stars Peter Serafinowicz (Guardians of the Galaxy), Griffin Newman (Vinyl), Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen), Valorie Curry (House of Lies), Yara Martinez (Jane the Virgin) and Brendan Hines (Scorpion). The Tick is executive produced by Ben Edlund (Supernatural), Barry Josephson (Bones) and Barry Sonnenfeld (A Series of Unfortunate Events), directed by Wally Pfister (The Dark Knight), and written by Edlund. »
- Gary Collinson
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One month out from its anticipated premiere, Amazon Studios has today peeled back the curtain on The Tick, its long-rumored comedy reboot that thrusts Peter Serafinowicz (Guardians of the Galaxy) into the title role.
Playing the part of an underdog accountant with no powers to call his own, one Average Joe takes a stand against crime in the city, crossing paths with a peculiar blue superhero (Serafinowicz) in the process. Ben Edlund of Supernatural fame penned the series and will executive produce in tandem with Sony Pictures Television. An official synopsis for The Tick was released alongside today’s batch of stills, and you can have a gander at it below.
In a world where superheroes have been real for decades, an underdog accountant with zero powers comes to realize his city is owned by a global super villain long-thought dead. As he struggles to uncover this conspiracy, »
- Michael Briers
Amazon is getting into the superhero business, having set an Aug. 19 premiere date for its pilot reboot of The Tick.
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The Tick | In a world where superheroes have been real for decades, an underdog accountant (Vinyl‘s Griffin Newman) with zero powers comes to realize his city is owned by a global super villain long-thought dead. As he struggles to uncover this conspiracy, »
Jared and Jensen might as well be brothers in real life, because the way they show support and love for one another off-screen is touching. On Jared Padalecki's 34th birthday, his co-star Jensen Ackles took to Instagram to wish him a happy day, reassure him about his age, reference Supernatural and touch all of our hearts in one single post. Check it out below.
Saving people, hunting things -- the family business resumes. Get a look at stars Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins on the set of the 12th season of Supernatural. Production began last week. Supernatural season 12 premieres on The CW Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 9:00pm Et/Pt, following DC's Legends of Tomorrow.The CW notes that this is a new night for Supernatural, but it feels more like a homecoming. The network has shifted the show several times. From partway into its first season through the fifth season though, Thursdays belonged to Supernatural. The series also stars Jared Padalecki and Mark Sheppard.Read More… »
Glee castmates marked the third anniversary of Cory Monteith's death, using the hashtag "#3YearsWithoutCory" on social media. Monteith starred as Finn Hudson on the first four seasons of the Fox musical comedy-drama series. Glee stars including then-girlfriend Lea Michele, as well as Matthew Morrison, Naya Rivera, Chord Overstreet, Jenna Ushkowitz, Heather Morris, Harry Shum Jr., Diana Agron, and Kevin McHale honored Monteith's passing.Monteith died on July 13, 2016 from a heroin and alcohol overdose, prior to the fifth season of the six season series from creators Ian Brennan, Brad Falchuk, and Ryan Murphy. Monteith's other TV series work includes Kaya (2007) and Kyle Xy (2006-7), as well as appearances on Stargate Sg-1 (2006), Whistler (2006), Smallville (2005), Supernatural (2005), and Stargate Atlantis (2004).Read More… »
“Aquarius” follows the 65-year-old Brazilian widow Clara (Sonia Braga), a former music journalist who’s living out her retirement in the apartment complex where she grew up. Clara pledges to stay in the apartment until she dies, but her plans become complicated when young real estate developer Diego (Humberto Carrão) tries to push her out of her home so that he can transform the forties-era building into a luxury condo. Though the other residents have all vacated, Clara refuses to move, and thus begins a war of attrition between herself and her corporate enemies to see who will blink first. Watch the film’s trailer below.
The film is written and directed by Kleber Mendonça Filho. A former journalist and critic, Filho eventually transitioned into being a director, experimenting with a host of fiction and documentary styles and »
- Vikram Murthi
Supernatural is a juggernaut for The CW. A show that was originally only supposed to be 5 seasons has run all the way to season 12, with no clear end in sight. When it comes to discussing Supernatural's continued existence the constant refrain is that as long as Jensen and Jared are willing the show will keep going.
The sentiment was repeated recently as Collider caught with Eric Kripke, Supernatural's creator and first showrunner. While promoting his new show Timeless, Kripke shared he never imagined that Supernatural would run so long but he can see it going for thousands of episodes. While Jensen and Jared's interest is the party line perhaps it is time for the long-running show to at least consider a hard end date.
San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner as we are less than a week away from this year’s big Comic-Con which will feature several networks bringing tons of TV shows to San Diego to promote their upcoming seasons in the fall. TV Guide Magazine has revealed today four amazing covers for their Comic-Con edition which features Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist, Blindspot’s Jaime Alexander, Supernatural’s Jared Padelicki and Jensen Ackles, as well as The Flash’s Grant Gustin. You can check out the covers below along with several awesome tidbits on what’s inside of the magazines featuring juiciness for The 100, Arrow, The
- Andy Behbakht
Have you ever found yourself watching your favorite TV show and thinking, possibly out loud, “Dang, I never get quite enough of [insert name of such-and-such character here]!”? Us, too.
And, for once, instead of stopping there, your friends at TVLine have taken the thought a step (or 20) further by compiling a list of the breakout stars, scene stealers and second bananas who we’ve come to feel not only merit but practically demand their own spinoffs.
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Among the chosen ones on our shortlist are an Orphan Black clone, a »
In 1971, the 300-or-so people pawing through cardboard boxes of dusty comic books couldn't have possibly imagined that they were standing in what would become the cradle of nerd civilization. From a small meetup for diehard geeks, San Diego Comic-Con has grown into one of the largest and most feverishly anticipated pop-cultural events of the year. Thousands upon thousands of industry types, journalists, the devout faithful (and the suckers they've handsomely paid to stand in line as proxies) and cosplaying fans of all stripes will descend upon the city from July »
The news that the CW’s fare is going to live on Netflix — and that full seasons will arrive on the streaming platform even earlier than they have in the past — is good news for TV fans. These days, very few networks marry episodic storytelling to the kind of long-term arcs that encourage binge viewing as well as the CW, and it’s generally so on target that even its missteps have potential. “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” for example, is not on Netflix yet, but I’ll still check it out when it returns for its second season, because if the inconsistent and patchy superhero show pulls itself together, it could well turn into a weekly addiction.
But weekly viewing is so last century. What if you want to go nuts on entire seasons of TV right now? Restricting my recommendations to only ongoing CW scripted fare, there’s a lot to choose from. You »
- Maureen Ryan
Next year, you’ll be able to binge-watch the whole season of Arrow just over a week after the premiere of its finale.
In sealing with The CW a new multi-year content licensing deal, Netflix hasn’t just secured the continued exclusive right to stream previous seasons of the network’s fare, it’s made provisions to stream full seasons of CW series starting only eight days after each of their finales air.
The new agreement includes not only The CW’s current »
London — Fox’s upcoming U.S. series “Lethal Weapon” is set to air in the U.K. on commercial channel ITV.
The show, which was acquired by the Brit channel from Warner Bros. International Television Distribution, is based on Warner Bros.’ 1987 Mel Gibson and Danny Glover actioner and tells the story of the classic cop duo Martin Riggs, played by Clayne Crawford, and Roger Murtaugh, played by Damon Wayans, as they work a crime-ridden beat in modern-day Los Angeles.
The deal marks a return to acquisitions for ITV and was negotiated by ITV head of acquired series Sasha Breslau and controller of acquisitions, rights and regulatory, Jonathan Vandermeer.
“‘Lethal Weapon’ was a standout drama from this year’s screenings, superbly rebooting a beloved franchise with the perfect mix of action, heart, humour and terrific chemistry between Wayans and Crawford as the iconic cop duo,” said Breslau in a statement. “I’m thrilled and excited to see the »
- Diana Lodderhose
The broadcast networks have nearly 20 shows debuting this fall, including new sitcoms from Kevin James and Matt LeBlanc, Kiefer Sutherland as Potus and Michael Weatherly’s NCIS follow-up. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions of the not-for-review pilots.
Next up on our list….
The Show | Fox’s Pitch (Thursdays at 9/8c, premiering Sept. 22)
The eleventh season of Supernatural shook the series to its core as it saw the return of characters such as Lucifer and Chuck/God, along with the introduction of Amara, who turned out to be the latter’s sister. With many loose ends that were on the minds of fans everywhere for years having been tied up, many of us are left wondering where the show can possibly go next.
Two things, however, are certain. The first of which is that Sam and Dean’s mother, Mary, has been miraculously resurrected from the dead, thanks to the generosity of Amara. The second is seeing how the Men of Letters function on a global scale, something that was hinted at in the Season 11 finale. Apparently the longstanding organization doesn’t like how the Winchesters handle things and intend to give them a good talking to, to put it lightly.
But what »
- Eric Joseph
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Felton will play Julian Dorn, a fellow CSI at the Central City Police Department who suspects there’s more to Barry Allen than just his good guy reputation.
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