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CW 2018-19 Season Ratings (updated 2/16/19)

Last season, The CW launched four new scripted TV shows during the regular season and cancelled two of them. This time around, the network will be programming six nights a week, instead of five. How many shows will be cancelled or renewed during the 2018-19 season? Stay tuned.

There's lots of data that network execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. These charts will be updated daily, as new ratings data becomes available.

CW shows (so far): All American, Arrow, Black Lightning, Charmed, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, Legacies, Riverdale, Supergirl, and Supernatural.

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DC TV Watch: 'Arrow' Retreads Same Twist for Its Latest Shocker

Welcome back to The Hollywood Reporter's weekly DC TV Watch, a rundown of all things DC Comics on the small screen. Every Saturday, we round up the major twists, epic fights, new mysteries and anything else that goes down on The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Black Lightning and Fox's Gotham. This week, both Arrow and Gotham get baby crazy. Note: Supergirl did not air a new episode this week.


The big news: Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) is pregnant with Oliver's (Stephen Amell) baby, and their daughter will grow up to become Blackstar (Katherine McNamara) in the future.

What it means: This is obviously the news that ...
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Are Arrow Season 7’s Real Villains in The Present And Future?

Speculation is one of the best sources of entertainment when it comes to superhero media. As a result, it should come as no surprise to learn that interested individuals have come up with a theory that the current season of Arrow will feature the Ninth Circle as the main villains for both the present and the future storylines, which is based on some pretty solid reasoning. However, before laying out that reasoning, it is necessary to mention something about the source material. What Is the Ninth Circle? On the whole, the Ninth Circle is a relatively recent addition to the

Are Arrow Season 7’s Real Villains in The Present And Future?
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Arrow Season 7 Episode 13 Review: “Star City Slayer”

After the frustrations I felt during Arrow‘s 150th episode last week, I needed an hour like “Star City Slayer” to remind why I love this show, even when it’s at its most maddening. Unlike Diggle’s proclamation that everyone had each other’s backs, this week’s emotional payoffs actually feel earned. The action sequences aren’t about tracking down a vigilante-obsessed wacko whose motivations seem convoluted at best; instead, they’re tied to a villain whose creation we saw earlier this season during the Slabside arc, or they’re used to reveal the identities of some major characters in the flash-forwards. And while the “twist” at

Arrow Season 7 Episode 13 Review: “Star City Slayer”
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Go Weird or Go Home: Why ‘Doom Patrol’ Beats ‘Umbrella Academy’ at the Superhero Game

Go Weird or Go Home: Why ‘Doom Patrol’ Beats ‘Umbrella Academy’ at the Superhero Game
It was when half the Doom Patrol traveled through a flatulent donkey to another dimension that I realized a line had been crossed. Probably in a good way.

We’re nearly seven years into the modern TV superhero-drama boom, which began with the CW’s Arrow. In those early days, when Oliver Queen was running around without a mask and only being called “the vigilante,” there was a sense that the people adapting comic books for the small screen felt they had to hold viewers’ hands through the whole concept.
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Triple Threat Trailer Shows Tony Jaa and Iko Uwais Fighting (Exclusive)

David Crow Feb 14, 2019

Watch an exclusive trailer for Triple Threat, a new martial arts movie that puts Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais, and Scott Adkins onscreen together.

Forget The Expendables. The team you want to be on is the one in which Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais, Scott Adkins, and more are throwing high-flying fisticuffs. That is certainly the very amusing appeal of Triple Threat, a new VOD and limited release cinematic event that brings some of 21st century cinema’s best martial artists together for an action movie spectacle.

The film, which is directed by Jesse V. Johnson (a former stuntman on films like Thor and The Amazing Spider-Man) is about a group of mercenaries going head to head with a group of assassins. May the best roundhouse kick win. The synopsis is below:

“A down-and-out team of mercenaries must take on a group of professional assassins and stop them before
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Arrow May’ve Just Teased A Batman Villain For The Batwoman Series

The CW’s Batwoman TV series is now raring to go, following Ruby Rose’s introduction as Kate Kane in last fall’s “Elseworlds” crossover. We know that the show will be set in a Gotham City without its Dark Knight savior, leaving Batwoman to pick up the slack, but we still don’t know what villains we can expect to see in the next Arrowverse show. A stray reference on this week’s episode of Arrow, however, may have opened the door for one major Bat-mythos foe to appear.

Episode 7×13 “Star City Slayer” saw Dinah Drake catching up with her old Ccpd boss, Captain Singh. Feeling down about her vigilante activities as Black Canary coming out in the open, Singh gives her a pick-me-up by reminding her how she infiltrated the crime gang of a mob boss named Blockbuster and ultimately prevented a gang war in Bludhaven.

Those who
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Arrow Reveals Why Black Canary Is Scarred In The Future

To say that Arrow season 7’s flash forwards have raised many questions is a massive understatements. For starters, we’re still wondering what happened to Felicity Smoak (and why she seemingly had a child without Oliver), not to mention what’s up with the newly (re)introduced Connor Hawke.

Right now, let’s talk about one particular mystery that was presented early on this past fall when a rather sizable scar across the neck of Dinah Drake was revealed in a future sequence. On the one hand, it was cool to be given an assurance of her taking up the Black Canary mantle once again, but on the other, we were left asking how she sustained such an injury. Additionally, it should be noted how she’s never made use of her Canary Cry in the Star City of 2040.

Well, this past Monday’s episode, “Star City Slayer,” saw Team
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Competition: Win Aussie crime thriller ‘Outlaws’ on DVD

To celebrate the home entertainment release of Outlaws, available on DVD 18th February 2019, we have a copy of the DVD up for grabs, courtesy of Altitude Entertainment. A violent power struggle threatens to tear a motorcycle gang apart, in a gritty crime thriller featuring the stars of Wolf Creek 2 and The Neon Demon, from the makers of Black Mass and Ill Manors.

Sons of Anarchy meets Macbeth in Stephen McCallum’s directorial debut, about leadership tussles in an outlaw motorcycle club down under. Following the bleak, unforgiving path of recent Australian crime classics Animal Kingdom and Snowtown and Chopper, Outlaws (previously known as 1%) is a brash and brutal crime thriller about loyalty and revenge. Ryan Corr, who was put through hell in Wolf Creek 2, is plunged into another maelstrom here as would-be biker king Paddo. A bulked-up Matt Nable (Ra’s al Ghul from the TV series Arrow), who also co-wrote the film,
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Black Lightning Season 2 Episode 13 Review – ‘The Book of Secrets: Chapter Three: Pillar of Fire’

Red Stewart reviews the thirteenth episode of Black Lightning season 2…

It’s admittedly started to amaze me as to what the thought process behind the writing team for Black Lightning is. I recall commenting in a previous review that it seemed like they were doing what the Supergirl showrunners did in the first two series, which was to throw a bunch of ideas at the wall and see what stuck. With the amount of sideplots tossed into their already overburdened narrative, it begs a simple question- do they expect to be cancelled early-on at some point and are simply trying to get as much material adapted as possible?

Because we are currently living in the Golden Age of Superhero Television, we don’t exactly have a model to look back on in terms of what the average length of a serial should be. Smallville ran for 10 seasons, but we all
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Arrow Season 7 Episode 13 Review – ‘Star City Slayer’

Jessie Robertson reviews the thirteenth episode of Arrow season 7…

Last week, on Arrow’s 150th episode, they took a big shot from the outside and tried something new, a whole new format using the “found footage”/documentary style and it worked! It worked really well actually. There were some obvious logic flaws but for the most part, it was a very enjoyable episode that pushed the boundaries of a show that’s 7 years into it’s run. They went back to that well tonight, and again, very favorable results!

What makes this episode stick is something Arrow’s not always best at: paying things forward. Not in the kind act way, but more so in using it’s history and lore to enhance something later in the season. It happens multiple times here actually but the main crux turns into a serial killer type story. And who should be our psycho killer?
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The Flash Season 5 Episode 14 Review: Cause and Xs

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Not to be dramatic but, what did I just watch?

If there’s one thing The Flash Season 5 Episode 14 taught us, it’s that sometimes people don’t learn their lesson.

In this case, I’m referring to both Nora Allen and the writers who created her character.

Before diving into this review, it’s important I make it clear that any critique on Nora West Allen is not synonymous with my thoughts on Jessica Parker Kennedy. Kennedy is a true spitfire, perfectly cast for her role, with an emotional range that consistently leaves me awestruck.

I just wish she got better material.

This was the 14th episode of The Flash Season 5. Nora has been on The Flash universe for 14 episodes now.

I am aware superhero hero shows are not character-driven dramas, but there still need to be elements of dynamic growth within those characters. If not, you end up
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Superhero Bits: More ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Toy Leaks, Arrowverse Shows Likely to Leave Netflix & More

Why might the Arrowverse shows leave Netflix? Which DC’s Legends of Tomorrow cast member will recur on upcoming Arrow episodes? Will Jessica Jones and The Punisher eventually be canceled at Netflix too? Which Batman villain is Jack Black down to play? What did Chris Pratt have to say about Ellen Page‘s criticism about his church? […]

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Arrow: Is The CW TV Series: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Eight?

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Is The CW still keen on Oliver Queen? Has the Arrow TV show been cancelled or renewed for an eighth season on The CW? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Arrow, season eight. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

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A CW superhero adventure drama set in the DC Comics universe, Arrow stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Echo Kellum, Rick Gonzalez, Juliana Harkavy, Colton Haynes, Kirk Acevedo, and Katie Cassidy. Five years after surviving a ship-wreck in the South China sea, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Amell) returns home a changed man. Now, disguised as the Green Arrow, he’s back in Star City and
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Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)

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It’s that time of year again! As the broadcast networks begin to order pilots and consider new series for their fall slates, they’ve also begun to winnow down which current shows will return next season and which will come to an end.

Below is every scripted (and a few unscripted) show that ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and The CW have renewed or canceled so far, along with those still awaiting their fates. We’ve also included descriptions of the new shows that have been picked up so far.

Check back throughout the coming months for updates. You can read our pilot guide to see what projects may soon be ordered to series here.

Also Read: 'The Simpsons' Renewed for Seasons 31 and 32 on Fox


Renewed Series: “Ellen’s Game of Games,” “The Good Place,” “New Amsterdam,” “Will & Grace

Canceled/Ending Series: “Marlon,” “Midnight, Texas,” “Reverie,
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All Arrowverse Shows May Leave Netflix For WarnerMedia’s Streaming Service

For some, like myself, watching your favorite TV shows on a weekly basis is a way of life. Granted, part of my reason for doing so is because it’s an aspect of my job, although that’s just how I’ve always been. But for others, binge-watching via streaming services such as Netflix or Hulu is the only way to fly.

To date, I’m sure a fair amount of those reading this have digested the various series making up the Arrowverse by using the latter option, specifically Netflix. Well, if that’s the case, then the rug may soon be pulled from under you once WarnerMedia launches their own initiative sometime next year.

When this happens, don’t be surprised if Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, Black Lightning and other CW favorites like Riverdale and Supernatural are pulled from Netflix. I’m sure the mere mention
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The CW Reveals New Promo And Title For Next Episode of Arrow

If you’ve been following news pertaining to Arrow since last summer, then you’re aware of how the producers have been holding their cards close to the vest when it comes to this particular series. Furthermore, they’ve withheld certain episode titles for as long as possible – or even changed them at the eleventh hour.

So far, all we’d really known about episode 7×14 was a cryptic hint offered by executive producer and showrunner Beth Schwartz. As it turns out, said offering will be titled “Brothers & Sisters,” which may have something to do with Oliver and Emiko’s relationship. And since it’s pluralized, perhaps we may see that concept applied to the future – maybe with William Clayton and Mia Smoak.

For now, though, an entirely different plot thread is teased by the trailer found at the top of this article, and that’s something having to do with Ricardo Diaz.
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Expect To See Much More Of Connor Hawke This Season On Arrow

Had you tuned in for the past two episodes of Arrow, then you’ve most certainly been reintroduced to a young man named Connor Hawke. Previously, we’d met him during Legends of Tomorrow‘s unforgettable “Star City 2046,” which aired during that show’s first season. Granted, we’d gotten hints of this coming, but seeing is definitely believing.

Before proceeding further, it’s important to stress that while the same actor, Joseph David-Jones, played Connor across both series, Legends‘ offering isn’t the true future the Arrowverse is building toward. That said, we’ll definitely want to pay attention once Arrow rolls out “Star City 2040” soon enough.

Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, you should be happy to hear that we’ll be seeing much more of Connor as the current season unfolds, as David-Jones has signed on as a recurring guest star. Whether or
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Arrow: Season Seven Ratings

While it was once a top Nielsen ratings performer for The CW, the Arrow TV show has slipped some over the years. During the regular 2017-18 television season, it finished in dead center -- ranking seventh out of the 13 scripted TV shows we tracked. Now that the series is back for a seventh season, can it regain some lost ground, or is it on its way out the door? Will Arrow be cancelled or renewed for season eight? Stay tuned. **Status update below.

A CW superhero adventure drama set in the DC Comics universe, Arrow stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Echo Kellum, Rick Gonzalez, Juliana Harkavy, Colton Haynes, Kirk Acevedo, and Katie Cassidy. Five years after surviving a ship-wreck in the South China sea, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Amell) returns home a changed man. Now, disguised as the Green Arrow,
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‘Arrow’: Team Arrow Loses Key Cast Member As Series Regular

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‘Arrow’: Team Arrow Loses Key Cast Member As Series Regular
Spoiler Alert: This story includes details about Monday night’s episode of Arrow.

Team Arrow is down a key member.

Echo Kellum, who plays Curtis Holt, aka Mr. Terrific, appeared in his final episode Monday night as a series regular. The episode ended with Curtis saying farewell to Star City for a job in Washington, D.C.

Now, this is Arrowverse, in which characters tend to go and then reappear at some point, so there’s no reason to believe this will be the final appearance for Kellum.

The actor told TVLine that talks about his exit began in Season 6. “It was my idea. I have kids … and it was just starting to feel like I should be back home more,” he told TVLine. Kellum said he had a “long conversation about family and fatherhood” with then-showrunner Marc Guggenheim, “and he totally got where I was coming from.”

Kellum told
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