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We look at five "Arrow" spinoffs we'd like to see after CW President Mark Pedowitz recently hinted that more spinoffs may follow "The Flash."
Marc Guggenheim previewed "Arrow" season three on Jonah Weiland's talk radio show, discussing Oliver Queen's new bow, Ra's al Ghul and more.
Stars Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin are showcased in photos from the Vancouver set of their series’ upcoming crossover.
The newest trailer for The CW's "The Flash" features more dialogue with Oliver Queen, unseen footage and a mission statement from Harrison Wells.
CW President Mark Pedowitz says there are "discussions going on" about expanding the "Arrow" universe beyond "The Flash."
Writer Robbie Thompson tells CBR about the 10th season of "Supernatural" and introducing a steampunk Spider-Woman in Marvel's "Spider-Verse" #1. UPDATED with Denis Medi art.
The upcoming superhero drama adds three more potential adventures to its highly anticipated debut season.
With more shows based on comics hitting the small screen than ever before, here's our guide to latest television additions to the DC Universe.
Oliver, Felicity, Laurel, Diggle and Roy get ready to face new threats in The CW's "Arrow" season three promotional poster.
Nick Tarabay has been cast as Digger Harkness, better known as Captain Boomerang, in the upcoming season of The CW's "Arrow."
You read that right: Amanda Pays will play Dr. Tina McGee on The CW's "The Flash," the same role she played in the 1990 CBS "The Flash" series.
The actress promises that the crusading blogger she plays on The CW's new superhero show will be just as heroic as the Scarlet Speedster.
After bringing the essence of DC Comics' heroes to TV, prolific writer/producer Andrew Kreisberg brings a touch of their TV iterations to comics.
Stephen Amell weighs in on the Oliver/Felicity romance, which superhero should visit Starling City and the Arrow's place in the DCU.
The "Law & Order" vet takes on the challenge of being the grounded good guy among "The Flash's" super-fast-paced superhero action.
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.
John Barrowman, David Ramsey & Marc Guggenheim journeyed to the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss "Arrow" as it heads to its third season.
After being discussed throughout "Arrow" season two, Bat-villain Ra's al Ghul will debut four episodes into season three, played by Matt Nable.
The newest "Arrow" trailer features a first look at Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer, a grittier Laurel and Oliver knowing his way around a gun.
The first look at "Arrow" season three has arrived, with five photos featuring new glimpses of the Arrow, Arsenal, Canary and more.
Dominic Purcell will join his fellow "Prison Break" alum Wentworth Miller on the villains side of "The Flash" as Heat Wave.
The actor, who previously played Ra’s al Ghul in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, has said he'd be willing to return to the role on the small screen.
"Supernatural" alum Amy Gumenick has joined "Arrow" season two as Carrie Cutter, better known as Cupid, a villain with an obsessive crush on the Arrow.
The new season of "Arrow" looks to delve into Felicity's past, including a hacker ex-boyfriend from her college days named Cooper Seldon.
With Devon Aoki vacating the role due to a scheduling conflict, "The Wolverine's" Rila Fukushima join's "Arrow" as Katana.
The CW has released a new trailer for "The Flash," giving a new look at Weather Wizard and Barry's encounter with Oliver Queen.
With the series premiere approaching, The CW promotes "The Flash" with a poster showing the title hero zipping through Central City.
Actor Greg Finely moves to Central City to take on "The Flash" as the metal-skinned rogue known as Girder.
"TRON: Legacy" actor Matt Ward will join "Arrow" season three as Simon Lacroix, better known as villainous archer Komodo.
"Arrow" continues to expand the DC TV world with characters like Ray Palmer and Ra's Al Ghul joining the hit drama while testing its namesake hero and his allies.
Executive producer Jeremy Carver and star Misha Collins talk about the Winchester brothers' relationship, Castiel's struggles and the state of Heaven as Season 10 opens.
Showrunner Rob Thomas and the cast of The CW's new show embrace their genre ties and hope for a hit with their zombie detective procedural.
The hulking Justice League villain will get a go at Barry Allen this fall thanks to genre and comic acting veteran Clancy Brown.
"The Flash" stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton & Danielle Panabaker stopped by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss their excitement about the upcoming show.
"Medium" actor David Cubitt has been cast as Mark Shaw, one of the many to assume the Manhunter mantle, in "Arrow" season three.
The cast of "Supernatural" reflected on the past nine seasons, looked ahead to "Demon Dean," and addressed John Constantine's Castiel-like trenchcoat.
Tom Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin & original "Flash" actor John Wesley Shipp visit the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss all things "The Flash."
Felicity's mother comes to "Arrow," while Sal Maroni finds a face in "Gotham" with two new casting announcements for Warner Bros. fall lineup.
"Arrow" stars Willa Holland, Paul Blackthorne & Katie Cassidy look back on their season two character arcs and forward to season three.
"The Flash" executive producers Andrew Kreisberg & Greg Berlanti discuss the expectations and hopeful tone for the upcoming CW series at Comic-Con.