The new season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars kicks off on September 29, 2012 at 9:30 PM on the Cartoon Network, and if we are to believe the teaser image LucasFilm sent our way, some characters will meet their destinies over the course of the season.
Place your bets now, because once the season starts, the window closes.
The station that brought you Smallville is back for more superheroy goodness with a Green Arrow series conveniently named Arrow. CW has released a few clips here and there of the upcoming series, but today we have a new, full trailer for your viewing pleasure.
I’m intrigued enough about Arrow that I will definitely be setting the DVR on October 10 to catch the first episode.
Why am I sharing this? I know a number of you are The Big Bang Theory fans, and there are also a number of you who like actress Kaley Cuoco. Combine that with a keyword like Spider-Man, and promoting Universal with more Universal news coming soon, and you have this.
Following an impressive fourth season* full of surprises, the spectacular action and riveting story of Star Wars: The Clone Wars intensifies in Season Five on Cartoon Network at a new day and time. Starting September 29, 2012 at 9:30 am, the classic heroes and villains of the world famous Star Wars Saga continue their adventures as The Clone Wars moves to Cartoon Network’s action series Saturday mornings.
Adult Swim announced today that the much-anticipated Robot Chicken DC Comics Special will officially kick off the sixth season of the Emmy Award®-winning series on Sunday, September 9that Midnight (ET/PT).
Joss Whedon’s acclaimed “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,” starring Neil Patrick Harris, Nathan Fillion and Felicia Day,” will make its television debut on Tuesday, October 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on The CW.
Batman doesn’t use guns, but in the upcoming Beware the Batman animated series, we’ve seen butler Alfred Pennyworth wielding guns. In light of the shooting in Aurora, Colorado, Warner Bros. has decided to tone down the violence.
There was so much news coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con that even a week later, we are still getting news of announcements made at the show. Zenescope Entertainment had a few bits of information to share at the con, including the announcement about an upcoming television series.