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.
Remember the classic Exorcist movie? Now you can relive the horror all over again in a new television series from FOX. Take the jump for a sneak peek at the first season.
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.
The CW Seed had a lot of success with its Vixen series, and it has been announced the animated heroes will continue with the introduction of The Ray in 2017.
It’s no secret I’m a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer alumn Charisma Carpenter, and it has been announced the actress has now joined the cast of Lucifer, meaning I finally have a reason to watch the show.
For two seasons I’ve been waiting for The Flash creators to bring Mirror Master to the small screen. In season three, we’ll finally get the chance to see Sam Scudder.
If you didn’t watch Supergirl when it originally aired, don’t have the digital collection, or are not watching the reruns on television, you can own the complete first season on Blu-ray and DVD right now.
If you haven’t watched the Stars series, Ash vs Evil Dead, you really missed out on a lot of goofy horror that takes you back to the good old days of Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell. Fortunately, before season 2 arrives, you can catch up on all things Evil Dead by grabbing the DVD collection on August 23rd.
Sony’s PlayStation Network has announced it has cancelled its original series Powers after two seasons.