Press Release This Week’s visit to Earth-2 sped THE FLASH to its highest rating among adults 18-34 (1.5/6) since its smash hit series premiere in 2014 (10/7/14), and its best rating among adults 18-49 (1.6/5) in more than a year, since the first FLASH-ARROW crossover event (12/2/14), according to national Live Plus Same Day Nielsen Ratings for February 9, 2016. It was also the series’ most watched episode (3.96M) in nearly a year, since 2/17/15.
Top Five Actors who could play Flash characters Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five. There are a number of speedsters running around on the CW’s The Flash television show, but Matthew and Stephen think there could be a few more speedsters and offer up the actors who could play them.
Starz has announced two more actors will be joining the cast of Ash vs Evil Dead in the second season, and once again, the production is pulling from television’s past.
Welcome to Earth-2, where down is up and black is white! Where what you think you know, is no where close to reality, and everyone has a chance to play a different version of themselves. This week, we not only pay a visit to Earth-2, we take a moment to explore the comic book history that tie-in to this week’s episode of The Flash.
Bryan Fuller, who launched his career writing for “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and “Star Trek: Voyager,” will return to the television franchise as co-creator and executive producer of the new CBS “Star Trek” series.
During last night’s sports broadcast, Coca-Cola spent a ton of money to promote their smaller cans of Coke. The company did it the only way they could, by bringing in the biggest and smallest Marvel heroes to promote the carbonated beverage.
Before you get too excited, the Legion pilot is not Legion of Superheroes, but rather the X-Men character Legion that you all know and love. Marvel has announced a trio of casting hires for the upcoming pilot for FX Network.
The CW and Archie Comics have announced the television network has officially picked up The Archie television series for a pilot.
The crew of the Ghost is surprised when the two refugees they agree to help escape the Empire are revealed to be surviving Lasat. Zeb must come to terms with his past to help his people reach their new home. Check out this sneak peek of the new Star Wars Rebels episode that airs on February 3rd.