The CW released the first photo of actress Ruby Rose as Batwoman. The network made the announcement earlier this summer that Rose was cast.
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CW casts Elizabeth Tulloch to Play Lois Lane In Arrowverse Crossover CW announced it cast Elizabeth Tulloch from NBC’s Grimm to play Lois Lane in...
The CW has now cast their Batwoman. Ruby Rose, who is known for Orange is the New Black and her modeling career, has been cast as Kate Kane.
Legends of Tomorrow is a consistently bananas show and I am genuinely glad something that strange is on television.
In seven years, Arrow's accomplished a lot. Its first season set the precedent for comic book storytelling on television.
During The CW's Comic-Con 2018 panel, the network debuted the trailer for Black Lightning season 2.
While Warner Brothers continues confusing audiences with multiple iterations of the Joker, shuffled release dates, and new project announcements, The CW...
Arrow is one of TV's most popular shows. They just ended their sixth season, spawned at least two spin-offs, and helped save Supergirl.
Lynda Carter Makes Her Mark on Hollywood Boulevard According to CBR.com, Lynda Carter is going to get her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame...
DC Comics currently has five television shows airing on the CW television network. Four of those shows are part of the Arrowverse. Are there too many universes...
John Constantine is back and we’ve got the photos to prove it. Thanks to Comingsoon.net, we’ve got our first look at John Constantine in the photos from...
If these sidekicks are going to stay on the air, the Arrowverse must figure out how to make them interesting.
The CW released a trailer for the Black Lighting television show. The show is based on a DC Comic, it is not part of the “Arrowverse” of shows.
Marvel should follow the example DC has set with their "Arrowverse" on CW, and create an interconnected network television "mini MCU."
DC Comics is lining up a new superhero show, this time with a black lead. Will Black Lightning become a part of the Arrowverse?
Based on Grant Morrison's Multiversity series, Freedom Fighters: The Ray will become the first superhero show with a gay lead when it debuts on CW Seed.