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CW 2017-18 Season Ratings (updated 8/17/18)

Last year, The CW aired three new scripted TV shows and cancelled two of them. How many will be cancelled or renewed during the 2017-18 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): The 100, Arrow, Black Lightning, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, iZombie, Jane the Virgin, Life Sentence, Masters of Illusion, The Originals, The Outpost, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Riverdale, Supergirl, Supernatural, Valor and Whose Line Is It Anyway?.

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Review: Arrow the Complete Sixth Season

  • Comicmix
Although Arrow set the tone and allowed the CW to grow its own integrated television universe, the series itself has been a maddening, uneven affair that always seems to take three steps forward then backslide at least one.

In what could have been a final season, that unevenness was never more frustrating as the show whipsawed characters and situations into increasingly dumb configurations that annoyed rather than entertained.

You can revisit all the nonsense in Arrow: The Complete Sixth Season, out now on Blu-ray and Digital HD from Warner Home Entertainment.

Season Five ended with Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) finally comfortable with one another, ready to resume their romance. Everyone is manipulated or kidnapped to find themselves on Lian Yu as Adrian Chase John Segara), who is excessively over-prepared, blows it all to hell.

We open the new season with the aftermath, starting with the
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Stephen Amell Shows Off His Classic Green Arrow Beard

Arrow season 7 is said to finally introduce one aspect of Oliver Queen’s character that fans have been waiting to see since the show began: the classic Green Arrow goatee. Stephen Amell’s promised us that he’ll be sporting the iconic facial hair in the new run and has kept fans updated over the past few months with how his attempt to try and grow the ultimate beard is progressing.

This week, for instance, he shared a shot of where his face fuzz is currently at. It seems he’s not a fan of the beard conquering his chin, either, as he captioned the image: “This situation is becoming untenable.” This echoes what the star joked about recently on Twitter, when he mocked his own beard-growing abilities. “Been trying to grow my beard to look like the iconic image of Green Arrow,” Amell wrote. “Five months in… I’m closer to Thanos.
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Moby and Charlotte Ross Confirmed to Attend Justice for Animals Gala

On September 8, 2018 singer/songwriter Moby and actress Charlotte Ross from the hit series Arrow will be among the animal advocates attending the Animal Legal Defense Fund's Justice for Animals Gala in Los Angeles.

The event will feature a silent auction, a delicious plant based dinner, drinks, music and activities as guests learn about the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s recent legal victories, latest lawsuits, and legislative initiatives to end the suffering of animals. Few tickets are still available at www.aldf.org/gala.

All proceeds from this event will be used to benefit the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s mission to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system.

The Animal Legal Defense Fund is celebrating its 39th year as an organization. Moby will be attending and Charlotte Ross will be master of ceremony for the evening.

What: Animal Legal Defense Fund’s Justice for Animals Gala

When: Saturday,
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Parkland Pictures Launches New U.K. Distribution Arm, Parkland Entertainment

Parkland Pictures CEO John Cairns has teamed with former Arrow Films acquisitions director Tom Stewart to launch new U.K. distribution company Parkland Entertainment, Variety has confirmed. Stewart and Cairns will be joint partners in the new company, with Stewart attending next month’s Toronto Film Festival in his role as acquisitions director of the new company.

Cairns said he immediately saw an opportunity to expand Parkland’s operations when Stewart’s departure from Arrow was announced in June. “I saw the news and contacted him and suggested we got together,” Cairns told Variety. “I made him a partner, so we own the new company together.” Stewart does not hold an ownership stake in Parkland’s sales or production outfits.

The new distribution arm will kick off with three titles already on Parkland’s sales slate, starting with British thriller “Us and Them” (pictured), written and directed by Joe Martin,
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Parkland Pictures Launches New U.K. Distribution Arm, Parkland Entertainment

  • Variety
Parkland Pictures CEO John Cairns has teamed with former Arrow Films acquisitions director Tom Stewart to launch new U.K. distribution company Parkland Entertainment, Variety has confirmed. Stewart and Cairns will be joint partners in the new company, with Stewart attending next month’s Toronto Film Festival in his role as acquisitions director of the new company.

Cairns said he immediately saw an opportunity to expand Parkland’s operations when Stewart’s departure from Arrow was announced in June. “I saw the news and contacted him and suggested we got together,” Cairns told Variety. “I made him a partner, so we own the new company together.” Stewart does not hold an ownership stake in Parkland’s sales or production outfits.

The new distribution arm will kick off with three titles already on Parkland’s sales slate, starting with British thriller “Us and Them” (pictured), written and directed by Joe Martin,
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Stephen Amell Says The Next Arrowverse Crossover Will Focus On Character

If we’ve learned anything about Stephen Amell, it seems like he’s among the first to hear of cool things about what’s in the pipeline for Arrow, after producers and network executives, of course. Don’t forget, he’s the one who broke the news this past May confirming that Batwoman will debut in the next major crossover, and may have very well seen Ruby Rose in full costume already.

That said, it’s only natural that he know what’s going down in said crossover, and while recently speaking with Digital Spy, Amell teased what’s in store this time around, saying:

“Because we went so big with the crossover last year, you can’t go bigger, so you have to go more about the characters and the story.”

To be honest, that’s pretty much what I’d figured. After the Dominators’ appearance in “Invasion!” and
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9 of the Best Marvel Comics Jokes in ‘The Venture Bros’

  • The Wrap
Few shows have the depth of pop culture knowledge — and ruthless willingness to parody it — that “The Venture Bros.” does. This is especially true for comic books generally, and in particular the Marvel Comics universe.

“The Venture Bros.” is full of references, parodies and straight up jokes about the House of Ideas. There’s even a two-episode joke about the very first Marvel Comics issue from 1939. Here are nine of our favorite Marvel references from the seven seasons of “The Venture Bros.” so far.

Crusaders Action League — The Avengers, but Jerks

The Ventures wind up in New York in Season 6, and there they find the superhero game is a little higher-class than they’re used to. On their first day, they encounter the Crusaders Action League — a group of characters that’s essentially the Avengers with a splash of Justice League. It consists of Stars & Garters, a Captain America analogue
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Oliver Will Get the "Sh-- Kicked Out" of Him on Arrow This Season

We'd all prefer a world in which Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) could just relax on the couch with his wife and son while eating ice cream for dinner and never ever, ever getting hurt, but that's not in the cards for Arrow Season 7.

Stephen Amell posted a short video to Twitter Tuesday afternoon that

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Stephen Amell Says He Didn’t Expect Arrow To Run For So Long

Back in 2012, Arrow was leading the way for a new wave of superhero TV shows. Nowadays, comic book television rules the airwaves as much as cape ‘n’ cowl stories do on the big screen. And impressively, Arrow has managed to last all this time. The series has grown and developed in many unexpected ways over the years but it’s still telling the tale of the Emerald Archer who’s trying to save his city one arrow at a time.

At the center of the show is Stephen Amell, who was asked what he thought of Arrow‘s surprising longevity while promoting the upcoming seventh season at San Diego Comic-Con. The star said he’s humbled that it’s giving other CW successes like Smallville and Supernatural a run for their money and says the whole cast feels “fortunate” to be on such a hit series.

“No. I mean, I
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Stephen Amell Teases Ruby Rose’s Batwoman Costume Test

The Arrowverse is about to get even bigger this fall when Batwoman makes her debut in the annual multi-show crossover before spinning off into her own TV series. The CW seems to be already plowing ahead with the new heroine’s adventures, too, as Ruby Rose was recently cast as Kate Kane. And now, it’s looking like she’s already had her first costume test.

Arrow star Stephen Amell took to Twitter this week to share a very oblique post. He wrote: “Watching someone try on a superhero suit for the first time never gets old.” The Oliver Queen actor didn’t add a hashtag or an emoji to allude to what he’s talking about here, but it stands to reason that he’s referring to Rose, suggesting he’s already witnessed the actress don her cape and cowl for the first time.

Amell has certainly seen a
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Stephen Amell’s Growing His Beard To Get The Classic Green Arrow Look

Stephen Amell’s made the character of Oliver Queen his own over the past six seasons of Arrow, taking the billionaire vigilante from his early days as the Hood to his later years as the savior of Star City. There’s one thing that fans have been wanting to see for a while, though: for him to sport the iconic goatee beard that Green Arrow’s had in the pages of DC comics for decades.

It was met with a cheer all round back in May, then, when Amell revealed that he was working on his goatee beard for the upcoming seventh season of The CW’s hit show. Now, three months later, he’s reminded us this is on the cards with a hilarious Tweet which gives an update on his facial fuzz-growing progress. Apparently, it’s proving pretty difficult.

“Been trying to grow my beard to look like
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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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Ruby Rose Quits Twitter Following Trolling Over ‘Batwoman’ Casting

  • Variety
Ruby Rose Quits Twitter Following Trolling Over ‘Batwoman’ Casting
Ruby Rose has become the latest actor to abandon a social media account due to online trolling. The Australian actress, who co-stars with Jason Statham in this weekend’s global box office champ “The Meg,” quit Twitter and deactivated public comments on her Instagram account over the weekend following social media backlash against her casting as “Batwoman” in The CW’s “Arrowverse,” which was announced last week.

The openly gay actor faced a range of criticism over her casting as the character, reintroduced by DC Comics in 2006 as a lesbian of Jewish descent. Some of that criticism focused on Rose not being Jewish, but the comments that appear to have caused her to leave Twitter were those suggesting she wasn’t the right actress to play a lesbian superhero.

Before deleting her Twitter account, Rose posted a series of tweets addressing the issue, which she described as “the funniest most
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The Law Is A Ass #436: Is Green Arrow Not Guilty By Reason Of Inanity?

I’m sick of it!

I’ve spent the past three weeks writing about the Arrow episode “Docket No. 11-19-41-73” and like Popeye said, “That’s all I can stands, I can’t stands no more!” No matter how long it takes, I’m going to finish with “Docket No. 11-19-41-73” today. Even if I have to write about it from the beginning all the way to the Spoiler Warning! at the episode’s end.

Dramatis personæ: Oliver Queen: the defendant charged with vigilantism, murder, and the assorted mayhem from the past 5 seasons of Arrow. Alexa Van Owen: prosecutor. Jean Loring: defense attorney. Judge McGarvey: corrupt judge in the pay of crime lord Ricardo Diaz who wants McGarvey to be sure and get Ollie convicted. Me: the lawyer trying to make sense out of this entire mess; I’d have had an easier time reading tea leaves in a coffee plantation.
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12 Biggest Plot Twists That Hurt The Arrowverse (And 8 That Saved It)

The Arrowverse has been the most exciting aspect of the CW’s lineup for years now. Arrow, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and The Flash are all successful shows for the network.

The webseries Vixen, Freedom Fighters: The Ray, and Constantine: City Of Demons also part of the Arrowverse.

While Arrow was the original superhero show in the universe, fans have fallen in love with all of the DC comic shows. With the recent announcement that Batwoman will be joining the established characters, fans are excited to see what the future will bring.

With so many shows going on at once, there are a lot of storylines to keep track of. Sometimes the shows even overlap in crossovers, making things all the more complicated.

There has been time-travel, villains turned heroes, heroes turned villains, crazy hookups, and more. The CW has always loved its dramatic twists, and its superhero shows are no exception.
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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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Brace Yourself DC Fans: A Member of the Bat Family Is Officially Joining the Arrowverse

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The CW's Arrowverse just keeps getting bigger. Originally announced as the special guest for the network's four-way DC series crossover event in the Fall, Batwoman is now the star of a series in development for The CW. The series is slated for a potential release in 2019 and helmed by the mastermind of DC's small-screen universe, Greg Berlanti. On Aug. 7, it was announced that Ruby Rose would don the cowl and take on the role of the Arrowverse's Batwoman. The series will be joining the squad of popular DC series at The CW, which includes Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Black Lightning.

According to the show's official logline, Batwoman tells the story of Kate Kane, who, "armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, an out lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed
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Arrow: The Complete Sixth Season Blu-ray Review

Having to keep track of so many series these days, there are very few that I make it a point to acquire each and every season. After all, a person has only so much time, money and shelf space. But when it comes to Arrow, I can’t help adding the next chapter to my collection once it arrives on home video.

That said, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed taking in season 6 in its entirety over the past week or so. Though I did originally tune in to watch it live, I certainly didn’t mind a second tour on Blu-ray because there was just so much going on this year.

Long story short, the saga resumes not long after Team Arrow and friends were caught in the blast caused by Prometheus on Lian Yu, with pretty much everyone except the mother of Oliver Queen’s (Stephen Amell) child making it out alive.
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DC Looking To Cast Biracial Actress For Black Canary In Birds Of Prey

With Birds of Prey gearing up to be the next DC movie to go before the cameras, casting rumors for the all-female team-up film have started to swirl. One of the main heroines set to be involved is, of course, Black Canary, the leather-clad sonic-screaming vigilante known for her comic book romance with Green Arrow and longtime Justice League membership.

So far, actresses like Vanessa Kirby and Blake Lively have been linked to the role. Which makes a lot of sense as both stars closely match the blonde, Caucasian character from the page. However, Heroic Hollywood’s reporting that Warner Bros. is looking to add a bit of diversity to the movie by casting a biracial actress in the part of Dinah Lance.

It’s possible that the studio’s been inspired by Arrow‘s hiring of Juliana Harkavy as its latest Black Canary, who’s of mixed heritage. This
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