Beginning December 8, the CW DC Universe is getting bigger, as a number of classic stars return to reprise their roles in the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths. The CW has also announced that the Black Lightning series would be part of the event, as well as Kevin Conroy as old man Batman.
The CW has revealed its full fall schedule for next season, and it looks like the World’s Finest or Supergirl and Batwoman are taking Sunday night.
The CW announced its fall lineup in New York, expanding its programming schedule to six-nights per week. The biggest change for comic book fans is the announcement that Supergirl would be moving to Sunday nights.
The CW Network has given early renewals to ten of its primetime series for the 2018-2019 season, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW.
We only have to a couple of months to watch the debut of the next CW/DC Comics live action show, as Black Lightning is set to debut on January 16, 2018.
Last year, Mon-El came to The CW television series, Supergirl. As season three readies for release, we learn that Saturn Girl will be arriving in National City, too.
With the massive success of The CW’s Riverdale series, it was only a matter of time before Sabrina the Teenage Witch got the go ahead from the network.
The CW has announced it has hired Hartley Sawyer to play Ralph Dibny (aka The Elongated Man) for season four of The Flash.
Here’s something that will keep you thinking until October – both Captain Cold and Damien Darhk are scheduled to return for Season 3 of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow series on The CW. How is this possible? Hint: Time travel.
During The Flash panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, it was confirmed that The Thinking is coming to the CW series in Season 4.