If you haven’t heard, James Olsen (played by Mehcad Brooks) will get a new job this season on Supergirl.
Last night’s Supergirl debut was a good for for The CW, as the network jumping show was the most watched show in its time period in almost eight years.
He’s called Prometheus. He’s the villain that once beat the crap put of Batman and blew up a sizable chunk of Star City. Now, he’s on TV to scrap with Stephen Amell on Arrow. Let’s us reveal his secret origin to you.
Last night, Supergirl flew to the CW and brought her cousin Kal-El along for the ride. Some say this episode was the best Supergirl episode ever, while others were pretty “meh” on the episode. Where do you stand? Use the comment section below to share your thoughts, reactions, and spoilers about last night’s season premiere.
When it comes to the main villains of the Flash’s Rogue’s Gallery, we’ve seen all but Mirror Master, Abra Kadabra, and The Top on the television series. When season three begins, the only one we’ll be missing is Abra Kadabra, as it has been revealed a gender-flipped version of the The Top is now set to appear alongside The Mirror Master.
During the new CW season, all four of the DC Comics shows will crossover in a massive story event. Will it concern Flashpoint? Will it be a world shattering event that will necessitate a character making the (whisper) ultimate sacrifice? Stephen Amell, who plays Green Arrow, shared a behind the scenes photo that may be the best teaser for the coming season of shows.
Kevin Smith was head over heals last season when he directed an episode of The Flash for The CW. On his podcasts, he’s gushed about wanting to direct more DC television series, and he’s getting his wish as he will take on Supergirl and Flash in their new seasons.
At the end of Supergirl’s first season, a rocket crashed to Earth, and Supergirl was shocked by what she found inside. The confirmation came from The CW today that Mon-El has been cast for the next season.