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Watch WBTV/DC's Comic-Con Q&As, with Stephen Amell in character and in costume, new "Flash" and "Supergirl" castings revealed and more.
Warner Bros. Television has debuted a video reel featuring the new logo treatments for "Supergirl," "Arrow," "The Flash" and more.
WB/DC shows "The Flash," "Arrow," "Legends of Tomorrow," "Supergirl," "Gotham" and "Vixen" all get the spotlight Saturday night at Hall H.
This year's SDCC special edition issue of TV Guide will showcase WBTV content and covers featuring "Arrow," "The Flash," "Gotham" and "Supergirl."
Based on the DC/Vertigo series, the drama finds the one-time King of Hell relieving boredom by helping the LAPD punish criminals.
CBS' "Supergirl" pilot has entered production, and WBTV marks the occasion with the first two photos of Melissa Benoist in full costume.
A new report states that "Titans," based on the DC Comics team of the same name, may be headed to the pilot stage on TNT.
Michael James Shaw will have a recurring guest role as the voodoo king of New Orleans in the upcoming supernatural drama.
Geoff Johns hints which comic book plots The CW's "Flash" series is looking to interpret and re-commits to maintaining separate movie and TV universes.
Warner Bros. Television's new Comic-Con trailer for "Constantine" may win over a few skeptics.
Warner Bros. Television has released its full panel and screening schedule for Comic-Con International 2014, including "iZombie," "The Flash," "Gotham" & more.
Cory Michael Smith has been cast in a "Gotham" guest role as Edward Nygma -- the man destined to become The Riddler.
Warner Bros. Television has released the first official photo of Robin Lord Taylor as "Gotham's" Oswald Cobblepot, better known as The Penguin.
Warner Bros. Television has released the first look at Sean Pertwee as Alfred Pennyworth in FOX's upcoming "Gotham" television series.
One day following a look at Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock, Fox releases the first official image of Camren Bicondova as "Gotham's" Selina Kyle.
NBC has given a pilot order to "Constantine," a drama written by David S. Goyer and "The Mentalist's" Daniel Cerone starring the DC Comics occult detective John Constantine.
WB Television and "Smallville" co-creators Miles Millar & Alfred Gough have settled a multimillion-dollar dispute concerning profits from the long-running television series. ROBOT 6 has more details.
Tollin/Robbins Productions, who helped bring "Smallville" to the small screen, have settled out of court with Warner Bros. on a licensing disagreement as original show developers march on.
A new trailer for The CW's "Arrow," based on DC Comics' Green Arrow character, offers viewers a crash course in the show's premise and the origin story for Oliver Queen's costumed identity.
The CW has released the first clip from the pilot episode of "Arrow." The Green Arrow adaptation will air Wednesday nights this Fall, alongside the network's long-running hit "Supernatural."
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 federal judge has ruled the creators of "Smallville" can amend their 2010 lawsuit against Warner Bros. and the CW over "unreasonably low" licensing fees for the series. CBR has details.
Warner Bros. has released the first official photo for "Arrow," the CW's upcoming re-imagining of DC Comics super hero Green Arrow, featuring star Stephen Arnell in full costume.
"Supernatural" alum Katie Cassidy has been cast as as the female lead Dinah "Laurel" Lance in "Arrow," The CW drama pilot based on DC Comics' Green Arrow.
Stephen Amell, who played a prominent role on HBO's "Hung," has been cast as playboy turned vigilante Oliver Queen in The CW drama pilot "Arrow," based on DC Comics' Green Arrow.
Fox has picked up the rights to DC Comics' The Spectre, with "John Doe" creator Brandon Camp writing a drama about an ex-cop serving in limbo who seeks earthly vengeance of behalf of the dead.
"Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke is set to bring DC Comics' "Deadman" to the CW. While his origins make him an unlikely TV star, deceased Trapeze artist Boston Brand may soon help out the living in a weekly drama.