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"Arrow" & "The Flash" executive producer Greg Berlanti will head up Archie Comics-based drama "Riverdale" at FOX written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.
The cast and crew of "The Flash" hint at what's to come in Season 1, including more super-powered character like Firestorm and maybe even Booster Gold.
The "Supergirl" TV series developed by "Arrow" executive producer Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler has landed a series commitment from CBS.
CBR explores which versions of Supergirl we'd like to see serve as inspiration for Greg Berlanti's in-development TV series.
The showrunner spoke with CBR about juggling DC-to-TV characters, from "The Flash's" Rogues to Superman's cousin to the latest Ra's al Ghul.
Greg Berlanti confirms to CBR News that a television series based around Supergirl is currently in very early stages of development.
Barry Allen is barely up and running, yet people already want to know about another Scarlet Speedster joining "The Flash."
Showrunners Andrew Kreisberg & Greg Berlanti plus "Flash" stars discuss how the show will connect to - and distinguish itself from - "Arrow."
"The Flash" executive producers Andrew Kreisberg & Greg Berlanti discuss the expectations and hopeful tone for the upcoming CW series at Comic-Con.
TV's original Flash will play Henry Allen, Barry Allen's father, in the new DC Comics-based series set to debut on The CW this fall.
The CW has revealed even more of "The Flash," with an extended sizzle reel and a 30-second clip showing Barry Allen embracing his new identity.
If The CW passes on its "The Flash" pilot, "Arrow" producers plan "to keep Barry part of the universe."
Grant Gustin, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg discuss Barry Allen's "Arrow" debut, and address Nightwing speculation.
Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg have big plans for "Arrow's" second, plotting the show like a sequel with two big villain arcs, tons of new characters and an early shocking twist
The CW has confirmed its plans to fast-track a "Flash" drama with the pilot to be written by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Geoff Johns, and has put the Wonder Woman origin "Amazon" on hold.
Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg discuss the ins and outs on bringing characters from the DC Universe into the world or "Arrow," revealing their personal favorites they'd like to see make the cross-media journey.
The cast and crew of the CW's "Arrow" appeared at PaleyFest to discuss the hit series, hint at the show's future sotrylines and trace its origins back to "Green Arrow: Year One" and "The Longbow Hunters."
The cast and crew of the CW's "Arrow" came to Comic-Con International to discuss the upcoming Green Arrow TV adaptation's, a hero without superpowers, and expanding the universe beyond TV.
The CW premiered the pilot for "Arrow" Friday at Comic-Con, and the cast and crew spoke about making a show about DC Comics' Green Arrow and what they have in store for the first season.
The CW and TV Guide will give away a 10-page comic based on "Arrow" to CCI attendees, introducing viewers to the network's take on DC Comics' Green Arrow character.
The CW has given a series order to "Arrow," the superhero drama created by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg based on DC Comics' Green Arrow.
A just-released casting breakdown for "Arrow," The CW’s newly greenlit Green Arrow pilot, includes names and origin details DC Comics readers will recognize, including Oliver Queen, Dinah Lance and more.
The CW has ordered a pilot for "Arrow," a retelling of DC Comics' Green Arrow from "Green Lantern" screenwriters Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim and "Fringe" alum Andrew Kreisberg.
With "Smallville" no longer on the air, The CW has set its sights on another DC Comics property with "Arrow," a superhero drama loosely based on Green Arrow.
Syfy has ordered a pilot script for a drama based on the DC Comics superhero Booster Gold. "Fringe" writer Andrew Kreisberg is writing the project, from Greg Berlanti's Berlanti Productions.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment will release "Green Lantern" in theaters on June 17, but first the cast and crew spoke with CBR and the press about their experiences making the film.
The screenwriters of the incoming Ryan Reynolds actioner will team with Geoff Johns and DC's "Green Lantern" team for five comic prequels to the film shipping day-and-date with digital a month before the movie opens.
"The Incredibles" meets "Modern Family" as ABC premieres its new show "No Ordinary Family" at Comic-Con followed by a Question and Answer session with star Michael Chiklis and others.