Roundtable interviews with The Flash cast at SDCC 2019
How long can The Flash last without… The Flash??
Barry won’t be the only speedster roaming the streets on The Flash soon. Wally is getting his very own powers and The CW has given us the first look at the Kid Flash.
As the anticipation of this year’s San Diego Comic Con reaches a fever pitch, the Warner Bros. Television Group announces that they are bringing an epic 21 shows to the hottest fan convention of the year. BOOM! Drop the mic. There will be series from top producers including Greg Berlanti, Greg Daniels, Bruno Heller, Andrew […]
Part of both Arrow and The Flash this season is preparing the viewers for the midseason premiere of Legends of Tomorrow. Over the next few months, they will be bringing us some of the main characters. This week: Firestorm!
The wait is finally over – The CW kicks off its week of new season premieres with The Flash, and iZOMBIE.
After a phenomenal freshman season and a virtual tsuanmi of a season finale cliffhanger, the fall premiere of the next chapter for Barry Allen and his friends and foes can’t come soon enough. We sat down with cast and producer to find out what fans have to look forward to.
WBTVG shows they know how to make an entrance as the studio brings 18 top series to San Deigo Comic-Con 2015. But wait — there’s more! Throw an awesome Saturday night event with DC Entertainment into the mix, too. Now, drop the mic.
The CW’s breakout series, The Flash, wraps up its first season with what star, Grant Gustin, calls an “emoji waterfall” episode. Get out your handkerchiefs, folks.
Wrapping up its most watched season in seven years, The CW Network presented its 2015-16 broadcast schedule to advertisers, affiliates and national media at New York City Center in The Big Apple.