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Teen Choice Awards 2018 Winners: Riverdale Leads the Way

The TeenChoice Awards made a splashy return to Fox Sunday night, and some of the biggest teen dramas were well-represented in the winners' circle.

Riverdale secured nine wins out the nine categories it was nominated in. It was nominated more than once in three categories, meaning it had 12 total nominations.

This is great news for the buzzy CW drama which benefited from increased ratings when it returned last October.

Shadowhunters, which was canceled at Freeform earlier this year was also well-represented.

All told, have a look at the full list of winners below.

Teen Choice Drama TV Show (#ChoiceDramaTVShow)

Empire

Famous in Love

Riverdale (Winner)

Star

The Fosters

This Is Us

Choice Drama TV Actor (#ChoiceDramaTVActor)

Cole SprouseRiverdale (Winner)

Freddie HighmoreThe Good Doctor

Jesse Williams — Grey’s Anatomy

Jussie Smollett — Empire

K.J. Apa — Riverdale

Sterling K. Brown — This Is Us

Choice Drama TV Actress (#ChoiceDramaTVActress)

Bella Thorne — Famous
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Teen Choice Awards 2018: Riverdale, Shadowhunters and More TV Winners

Teen Choice Awards 2018: Riverdale, Shadowhunters and More TV Winners
Another trip around the sun means another Teen Choice Awards, a ceremony in which Team TVLine is surprisingly invested despite being told we’re “too old to vote.”

Hosted by Nick Cannon and Lele Pons, Sunday’s main event once again celebrated pop culture’s best favorite acts in TV, movies, music and more — and once again, we only care about the TV part.

So scroll down for a list of nominees in all 25 (!) TV-related categories. As winners are announced throughout the ceremony, winners’ names and titles will be Bolded. When you’re done scrolling, drop a comment with your
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Will ‘The Flash’ speed off with the Teen Choice Award for the 2nd year in a row?

Will ‘The Flash’ speed off with the Teen Choice Award for the 2nd year in a row?
The Flash” debuted in 2014 and has aired four seasons on The CW, but despite a consistent presence in the Teen Choice Awards nominations it didn’t earn a bid in the top category until it competed for Choice TV Action Show in 2017. It won that race, and it’s back this year to defend its title. Will it win again? Given the title character’s superhuman speed you’d expect him to win whatever race he enters, but in this case he’ll have to wait and see if his fans are as quick with their votes as he is on his feet.

The series has five nominations this year. In addition to the top race for Choice TV Action Show it’s up for Choice TV Actor (Action) for Grant Gustin, Choice TV Actress (Action) for both Candice Patton and Danielle Panabaker, and Choice TV Ship for the romance between Gustin and Patton.
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The Flash Season 5 Is Casting Caitlin Snow’s Father

Towards the end of The Flash season 4, we found out a shocking revelation about Caitlin Snow. When Cisco helped her uncover a repressed memory, it turned out that her icy-powered alter ego Killer Frost has been with her since she was a child and was not a product of the particle accelerator as previously established. Now, we expect to find out more about Caitlin’s past in season 5, and this new casting call seems to support that.

That Hashtag Show has got hold of a character breakdown for Dr. Thomas Snow, Caitlin’s estranged father, as The Flash is currently looking for “a Caucasian male in his 50’s” to play him. The description teases that Thomas will return to the lives of his wife and daughter and attempt to make peace, but he’s still withholding a dangerous secret.

“Described as a Caucasian male in his 50’s, Dr. Snow is
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Danielle Panabaker Teases What The Flash Season 5 Holds For Caitlin And Killer Frost

Though The Flash‘s fourth season did a fine job of tying up the Thinker’s arc, there were still some threads left dangling after May’s finale. And no, we’re not talking about what’s to come with Nora Allen-West, but rather, the developing situation involving Caitlin Snow.

If you’ll remember, one of our favorite stalwarts lost connection to her Killer Frost alter ego late last season, but as it turns out, she has memories of using her powers as a child. Therefore, the particle accelerator explosion was not the cause of her metahuman abilities.

While speaking with Cinema Blend at San Diego Comic-Con, actress Danielle Panabaker let us all have a general idea of where the story will go when the saga resumes this fall:

“Well she’s gone right now, so I think the first thing is for Caitlin to find her and understand more
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The Flash Gets His Flash Ring in Trailer For The Flash Season 5

The CW has released the trailer for The Flash Season 5 and it gives us an exciting look at what's in store for our favorite characters! One of the cooler things that we see in the trailer Barry Allen getting his Flash Ring!

It's been reported that Chris Klein is set to play Cicada, next season’s Central City villain. "A grizzled, blue-collar everyman whose family has been torn apart by metahumans, Cicada now seeks to exterminate the epidemic — one metahuman at a time."

Matching wits with The Thinker, who by season’s end had harnessed the powers of all twelve bus metas he created, stretched Team Flash to their limits, but with the help of some new allies, Barry Allen (aka The Flash) and company were able to put a stop to the Enlightenment and save Central City once again. However, with the arrival of Barry and Iris’ speedster daughter,
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The Flash Cast Video: Will Barry and Iris Get Along With Their Grown Daughter?

The Flash Cast Video: Will Barry and Iris Get Along With Their Grown Daughter?
When last we tuned into The Flash, the Mystery Girl we had been glimpsing all season long introduced herself as Barry and Iris’ grown daughter, Nora. But will Team Flash believe the lass’ claim?

In a word or two, ultimately yes. “We’re pretty gullible,” Candice Patton shared during the cast’s visit to TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con suite. But the acceptance of Nora’s identity won’t be instant. As leading man Grant Gustin noted, “We have been tricked at the beginning of every season!”

Gustin, Patton and TV daughter Jessica Parker Kennedy then detail which insta-parent is
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‘Supergirl,’ ‘Arrow’ Producers Stars Talk New Cast Members, Showrunners

  • Variety
‘Supergirl,’ ‘Arrow’ Producers Stars Talk New Cast Members, Showrunners
Warner Bros. Television presented panels for its CW superhero dramas “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” “Legends of Tomorrow,” and “The Flash” Saturday at Comic-Con.

New “Arrow” showrunner Beth Schwartz joined the show’s cast onstage at Comic-Con, promising to keep the show rooted in the tone it has previously delivered as it enters its seventh season.

“I’ve been on the show since season one,” said Schwartz, who rose through the ranks from writer to executive producer and showrunner. “It’s been a long time. So it’s not a completely different show, but I’m going to put my own spin on it.”

Colton Haynes, who is returning to “Arrow” in season seven in his role as Roy Harper, praised Schwartz. “It’s the best show that’s ever been on the show since the show started,” he said.

Haynes also spoke about his character’s storyline this season.

“The good thing is Roy’s coming back,
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The Flash Season 5 Will Reveal The Truth About Killer Frost

Though The Flash‘s fourth season did a fine job of tying up the Thinker’s arc, there were still some threads left dangling after May’s finale. And no, we’re not talking about what’s to come with Nora Allen-West, but rather, the developing situation involving Caitlin Snow.

If you’ll remember, one of our favorite stalwarts lost connection to her Killer Frost alter ego late last season, but as it turns out, she has memories of using her powers as a child. Therefore, the particle accelerator explosion was not the cause of her metahuman abilities.

But if you thought she was born this way, then you’ve got another thing coming.

According to TV Guide’s latest Comic-Con Special, the truth surrounding Ms. Snow will be revealed in the not too distant future. In fact, executive producer Todd Helbing says this curveball will be “a huge thing,
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Danielle Panabaker To Direct An Episode Of The Flash Season 5

Danielle Panabaker will be back as Star Labs doctor Caitlin Snow in season 5 of The Flash, with it looking likely that her childhood and unexpectedly long history with her Killer Frost alter ego will be explored, if hints in season 4 were anything to go by. What’s more, the actress – who’s been with The CW’s hit DC show since the beginning – will also be doubling up her duties by taking on a role behind the camera.

Et has confirmed that Panabaker will direct an episode of season 5. Details on where this outing will fall in the run are currently unknown, but the star did make the following statement to the outlet, in which she talks about her passion for producing great TV and thanks her Flash family for the support in going for her first directing gig.

“I’m incredibly excited and grateful to be directing my first episode of television,
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TVLine Items: Ransom Renewed, General Hospital Recasting and More

CBS is still demanding Ransom: The suspense drama has been renewed for Season 3 by the network and Canadian broadcaster Global, our sister site Deadline reports.

The series will begin production this October in Budapest, Hungary, for a 2019 premiere. The upcoming season explores international crisis and hostage negotiating as Luke Roberts’ Eric Beaumont and his elite team resolve the most difficult kidnap and ransom cases.

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Vinessa Antoine is leaving General Hospital as she prepares to star in the Canadian drama Diggstown. Her Gh character Jordan Ashford will be recast, Soap Opera Digest reports.
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See ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ Cast’s Adorable Yearbook Page Ahead of Comic-Con

  • The Wrap
It’s summertime, but that’s not stopping us from going through old yearbooks.

Warner Bros. TV has been sharing throwback elementary school photos of casts from the shows the studio is sending to Comic-Con this year, including “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash” and “Black Lightning.”

Caity Lotz, Brandon Routh, Tala Ashe, Matt Ryan, Jes Macallan and Courtney Ford are all expected to be at the “Legends of Tomorrow” panel, which is on Saturday, July 21, at 5 p.m. in Ballroom 20.

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#Wbsdcc begins this Wednesday and today we're bringing you DC's #LegendsOfTomorrow's yearbook page! #SDCC2018 pic.twitter.com/WQMpXhooQX

— Warner Bros. TV (@warnerbrostv) July 16, 2018

The Flash” cast will host their panel immediately afterward, at 5:45 p.m. also in Ballroom 20. Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Hartley Sawyer,
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The Flash Star Shares New Image From The Set Of Season 5

If anything, the season finale we witnessed this past May preserved The Flash‘s annual tradition of going out on crazy cliffhangers. After all, if you’re going to match happenings such as Flashpoint and Barry Allen’s exile into the Speed Force, then why not have his daughter from the future, Nora, show up to let us all know that she also enjoys messing with the timeline?

Given that, the wait to see what’s next in the saga is indeed hard to endure, but on the plus side, actress Danielle Panabaker did recently confirm that cameras have begun rolling on season 5. This is actually the usual time Arrowverse shows get back to the grind so that not only do the post-production teams get ample lead-in time to meet fall premiere dates, but also because San Diego Comic-Con presentations are scheduled for later this month. Yes, that means you should expect a trailer.
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Arrow Cast Teases The Start Of Production On Season 7 With New Photo

The other day, The Flash star Danielle Panabaker revealed that production had begun on the fifth season of The CW’s DC TV series. Now, it seems its sister show, Arrow, isn’t far behind, as the cast recently gathered together for the first table read of season 7.

The news was revealed via the @ARROWwriters Twitter account, which posted a photo of Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen), Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity Smoak), David Ramsey (John Diggle) and Echo Kellum (Curtis Holt), along with the caption: “Happy #Arrow table read day! A few familiar faces stopped by today…”

The timing of the Arrow crew going back to work bodes well for there being a sneak peak at the new run at this month’s Comic-Con. Warner Bros. Television is putting on a panel for the show and, going by previous years, that would mean we’ll get a sizzle reel based on
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The Flash Star Reveals That Season 5 Has Started Filming

The Flash wrapped up its fourth season just a couple of months ago, but the cast of The CW’s hit DC TV series is already going back before the cameras for season 5. We know this because Danielle Panabaker – who plays Star Labs doctor Caitlin Snow and her metahuman alter ego Killer Frost – posted a beautiful shot of Vancouver on Twitter, teasing that she’d returned to the city to begin work on the latest season. The actress captioned her photo with a simple: “We’re back.”

As fans will know, season 4 left us with numerous plot threads dangling to be dealt with in season 5. The big one is that Barry and Iris have encountered Nora Allen, their speedster daughter from the future. After a few brief appearances throughout the season, she finally revealed herself to her parents, but admitted that she’d made a grave mistake in traveling back to the past.
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Comic-Con 2018: Riverdale, Arrow, The Flash, Supernatural Among the Series Making Up Wbtv's Slate

Comic-Con 2018: Riverdale, Arrow, The Flash, Supernatural Among the Series Making Up Wbtv's Slate
On Monday, Warner Bros. TV announced its Comic-Con 2018 slate — and some especially big news for Riverdale: When the cast and producers return for their third consecutive Con, their panel will be held in massive Hall H. (File under: You know you’ve made it when… )

Among the other series heading back to the pop-culture-palooza are Arrow, Black Lightning, Supernatural and The Big Bang Theory (though the CBS comedy isn’t sending its actors this year, just its writers and EPs). New to Comic-Con are the Originals spinoff Legacies and J.J. Abrams’ and Stephen King’s Castle Rock.

Check out Wbtv’s full lineup below:*

Wednesday,
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Comic-Con 2018: ‘The Flash,’ ‘Supergirl’ Return to San Diego, ‘Riverdale’ Graduates to Hall H

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Comic-Con 2018: ‘The Flash,’ ‘Supergirl’ Return to San Diego, ‘Riverdale’ Graduates to Hall H
Warner Bros. TV has announced its lineup for Comic-Con International 2018, bringing 15 fan-favorite series to the San Diego convention.

It begins on July 18 with special preview night screenings of NBC’s new drama “Manifest” and an advanced screening of “The 100,” and brand new episodes of “Freedom Fighters: The Ray.”

The DC Universe digital streaming service will present “Young Justice: Outsiders” on July 20, followed by a look into the “Big Bang Theory” writers room, a presentation of Cartoon Network’s “DC Super Hero Girls,” and then the world premiere of Hulu’s “Castle Rock,” series that takes place in the Stephen King universe.

The CW superhero hits “Arrow,” “Black Lightning,” “DC Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” and “Supergirl” will all have presentations and Q&A sessions on July 21, as will the new “Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals” spinoff “Legacies.
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‘Freedom Fighters: The Ray’ Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Release Date and Details

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced an August 28th release date for Freedom Fighters: The Ray on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.

Freedom Fighters: The Ray is the latest CW Seed animated series making the jump from short form video to a feature-length DC animated film. It hails from the creative team responsible for The CW's live-action Arrowverse series Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

Lending their voice talents to Freedom Fighters: The Ray are Russell Tovey as The Ray/Ray Terrill, Jason Mitchell as Black Condor/John Trujillo, Dilshad Vadsaria as Phantom Lady/Jenny Knight, Melissa Benoist as Overgirl, Megalyn Echikunwoke as Vixen, Iddo Goldberg as Red Tornado, Sunil Malhotra as Jacob, Matthew Mercer as Dollman/Green Arrow/Black Arrow, Colleen O’Shaughnessy as Mrs. Terrill, Laura Post as Resistance Gunner, Christopher Corey Smith as Donald, Bruce Thomas as Mr. Terrill, and Scott Whyte as The Flash/Blitzkrieg.
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Danielle Nicolet Promoted To Series Regular For The Flash Season 5

Though The Flash has lost a few key actors over the years, it’s still managed to hold onto most who’ve comprised the principal cast since the very first season. At this point, it’s hard to imagine the show without the likes of Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdez, Tom Cavanagh and Jesse L. Martin orbiting lead actor Grant Gustin.

Of course, it’s only natural for the family to grow based on how other guest characters evolve and interact with the likes of those played by the stars listed above, chief among them being Danielle Nicolet’s Cecile Horton. Although hers wasn’t a recurring role until the time of season 3, she was originally introduced all the way back in season 1, thus making her a fine example of this point.

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Teen Choice Awards 2018 Nominations: Shadowhunters, Riverdale Lead the Way

The first wave of nominations for the 2018 Teen Choice Awards have been released by Fox.

Riverdale and Shadowhunters each secured five nominations, leading the way.

But while Riverdale may be returning for another season, Shadowhunters has been canceled by Freeform. Could awards success lead the way for another network to pick up the show?

Meanwhile, The Flash, Stranger Things and Jane the Virgin were also well represented.

Have a look at the full list of nominations below.

Related: Shadowhunters Boss: Fans Will Be Satisfied with Finale!

Choice Drama TV Show (#ChoiceDramaTVShow)

Empire

Famous in Love

Riverdale

Star

The Fosters

This Is Us

Choice Drama TV Actor (#ChoiceDramaTVActor)

Cole Sprouse — Riverdale

Freddie HighmoreThe Good Doctor

Jesse Williams — Grey’s Anatomy

Jussie Smollett — Empire

K.J. Apa — Riverdale

Sterling K. Brown — This Is Us

Choice Drama TV Actress (#ChoiceDramaTVActress)

Bella Thorne — Famous in Love

Camila Mendes — Riverdale

Chrissy Metz — This Is Us
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