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The cast of Riverdale is clearly very comfortable putting their hands on each other. (Hey, if you looked like them, wouldn’t you be, too?)
It was a touchy-feely love fest when the stars of The CW’s teen soap dropped by TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite: Cole Sprouse (Jughead) and Lili Reinhart (Betty) stroked each other’s arms from opposite sides of the couch. (Fast-forward to 8:05 for the good stuff, “Bughead” fans.) Madelaine Petsch (Cheryl) affectionately rubbed the shoulders of Casey Cott (Kevin). And K.J. Apa (Archie) and Camila Mendes (Veronica) even acted out their “steamy” Season 2 sex scene… »
Hall H was filled with a lot of “rock star” type celebrities during this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, but “Supernatural” brought some actual rock stars along for their Sdcc panel today… The band Kansas surprised those in attendance with a… Continue Reading →
- Debi Moore
Nobody had a better time at Comic-Con than celeb tots!
The Supernatural star took a reprieve from the madness of the halls to bring his sons, Thomas, 5, and Austin, 3, to the San Diego Zoo on Friday.
As adorable as his sons are, a sloth stole the show from the photogenic Padalecki men!
"Had Such a great time at the @sandiegozoo !!" the 35-year-old actor wrote on Instagram. "I don't even mind that the two-toed sloth stole my camera! ;)."
Fans of “Supernatural” got more than they bargained for during the show’s Comic-Con panel on Sunday, which kicked off with a surprise performance from rockers Kansas, whose 1976 hit “Carry on My Wayward Son” has been a staple of the show for years. Following the performance (which can be seen courtesy of the fan-shot video […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Coming off a very deadly season finale and news of a potential spinoff, the Supernatural cast and crew had plenty to talk about during their San Diego Comic-Con panel on Sunday. Plus, there was a live Kansas rock concert!
Read on for scoop about Castiel’s fate, the Winchester’s demon spawn problem, a long-awaited return and more:
* “Misha [Collins] had become a bit of a prima donna,” Ep Robert Singer joked about Castiel’s death. In all seriousness: “We say when we write these things, you have to go where the story takes you. »
The CW sci-fi series Supernatural kicked off the final day of Comic-Con with a spectacular presentation. Starting with a clip of show stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles — as themselves — headed down to Comic-Con’s Hall H. They cracked jokes and drove off, but as the screen went black, legendary rock band Kansas of the ’70 and ’80s started blaring the de facto theme song of the series “Carry On My Wayward Son” on the Hall H stage. The crowd erupted with applause as… »
The CW's Supernatural spin-off series Wayward Sisters has just officially gained three familiar faces.
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- Amanda Bell
The SuperFlash musical episode may be well behind us, but the Supergirl cast had some songs in their heart as they dropped by TVLIne’s Comic-Con interview suite.
For starters, the topic of Mon-El’s “mysterious” (as Chris Wood put it) whereabouts when Season 3 arrives led Tony Award nominee Jeremy Jordan to serve up a short ditty. Later, TVLine Senior Digital Editor Andy Swift’s solicitation of a Supergirl theme song resulted in Wood, Jordan and — with some nudging — series lead Melissa Benoist sharing an original tune they previously workshopped, »
Jody Mills’ family of Wayward Sisters is growing.
The potential Supernatural spinoff has added Kathryn Newton (as Claire Novak), Katherine Ramdeen (Alex Jones) and Briana Buckmaster (Sheriff Donna Hanscum) to its cast. The trio will join Kim Rhodes (as Sheriff Jody Mills) in a backdoor pilot airing as a Season 13 episode of the long-running CW series.
Our sister site Deadline first reported the news, adding that Clark Backo (Designated Survivor) has also joined the offshoot as a newly created character: Patience Turner, an over-achiever whose life is turned upside down when she discovers she inherited a psychic gift from her »
Supernatural fans camped out all night (some camped all day and all night) to get the coveted front row seats at Sunday's annual San Diego Comic-Con panel in Hall H, but they never expected to grab front row seats at a Kansas concert on top of that.
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- Lindsay Macdonald
Executive: This is the Wayward Sisters core cast Supernatural fans had been wishing for — Briana Buckmaster, Kathryn Newton and Katherine Ramdeen from the original series have closed deals to join the proposed Supernatural spinoff toplined by fellow Supernatural standout Kim Rhodes. Also cast in the project, which is being developed as a planted spinoff and will have a backdoor pilot airing as an episode of Supernatural's upcoming 13th season, is young actress Clark Backo… »
Supernatural's San Diego Comic-Con panel turned into a rock concert on Sunday morning.
The band Kansas surprised the thousands of fans gathered in Hall H with a performance of the show's unofficial theme song, "Carry on Wayward Son." The tune was first used back on the season one finale during a montage and has been used for every season finale since then. It has been fully embraced by the Supernatural fanbase as the song of the series, and was even reprised during the show's 200th episode with a slowed-down version as a love letter to the fans.
Series stars Jensen »
- Sydney Bucksbaum
Lian Yu is a hot mess after the events of Arrow‘s May finale, but the Season 6 trailer finds intrepid Oliver nonetheless braving the briquettes to discover at least one person alive: Slade Wilson, doffing his singed Deathstroke mask.
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Elsewhere in the trailer, which premiered Saturday evening at San Diego Comic-Con, Oliver tries to soothe a spooked William, but it becomes clear that there is much work to be done on that nascent father/son relationship.
On the more comic book-y side of things, we see Dinah (another survivor! »
At the close of Season 5 of “Arrow,” there was a huge explosion on the island that left the status of Team Arrow in question. When the gang hit the Comic-Con stage two months later on Saturday, fans got to see an early sneak peek at what our heroes will be up to in the new season.
The panel included stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsay, Emily Bett Rickards, Willa Holland, Echo Kellum, Rick Gonzales, Juliana Harkavy, and Katie Cassidy, as well as executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle.
Mericle opened the panel by talking about the explosion, “The explosion felt like the right way to wrap up Oliver’s story.” Guggenheim added, “Season 5 would end as the end to the last ten years of Oliver’s life. We’re not rebooting the show, we’ll double down on things that resonated with people in Season 5. We will see a different kind of Oliver Queen. We »
- Diane Gordon
To say Arrow star Stephen Amell is a gigantic Michael Emerson fan is a gargantuan understatement. I learned this first hand Saturday inside TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite when I unwittingly broke news of the Lost and Person of Interest star’s Season 6 casting to Amell and several of his cast mates.
And the typically unflappable actor proceeded to freak the you-know-what out.
“I’m f–king fired up!” Amell exclaimed. His equally-as-stoked co-star Echo Kellum shouted, “Holy s–tballs!”
Exec producer Wendy Mericle, meanwhile, all »
Yeah, the members of Team Flash miss Barry Allen an awful lot, ever since he sacrificed himself to the Speed Force prison. But in the trailer for Season 4, which premiered at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, they are handed an extra reason to get their team leader back.
Because if they don’t produce the scarlet speedster, all of Central City will die. At the hands of some supernatural saber-rattling samurai-type monstrosity!
Also glimpsed in the trailer above, which points to Candice Patton’s Iris delivering the season premiere’s »
Erica Durance, welcome back to the Super-verse.
A teaser trailer for Supergirl Season 3 (premiering Monday, Oct. 9) dropped during the CW drama’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, offering eager fans their first look at the Smallville alumna as Kara’s late mother Alura Zor-El, a role she’s taking over from Laura Benanti. And this comes not longer after Durance’s Smallville leading man, Tom Welling, was cast on Fox’s Lucifer — in the same time slot opposite her!
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Black Lightning has struck twice, adding a pair of TV veterans to its freshman season cast.
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James Remar (Dexter) and Damon Gupton (Bates Motel) have joined Season 1 of The CW’s latest superhero drama, both as series regulars, TVLine has learned. The news was confirmed during the show’s Comic-Con panel on Saturday.
Remar will play Peter Gambi, the oldest friend of Jefferson Pierce/Black Lightning (Cress Williams), who serves as father figure and mentor to the masked crime fighter. Gupton plays seasoned lawman Inspector Henderson, »
Season 3 is looking very Cold and Darhk for the Legends of Tomorrow.
The CW has announced that Wentworth Miller and Neal McDonough will reprise their roles as former Legion of Doom members Leonard Snart and Damien Darhk. McDonough will be a series regular, while Miller will recur.
In other casting news, original cast member Arthur Darvill will return as Rip Hunter but as a recurring guest star. Watch for Rip to butt heads with the time-tinkering Legends as the boss of the newly formed Time Bureau.
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When The CW’s The Flash opens Season 4 (on Tuesday, Oct. 10), Barry is still trapped in the Speed Force, and becoming worse for the wear.
“[It’s a] pretty overwhelming experience,” Grant Gustin shared with Michael Ausiello in TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite. The longer he stays (voluntarily) imprisoned, “He’s getting a little scrambled… [and I] don’t think he will be same Barry when he comes out.”
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