THE FLASH Star May be Leaving The Show After Season Five

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CW’s The Flash was part of the batch of shows that received an early renewal now heading for a sixth season, but of the lead could be leaving the show. If new reports are any indication, then The Flash mainstay Carlos Valdes who plays Cisco Roman/Vibe may not be a series regular when the show returns this fall.

According to We Got This Covered, Valdes is looking to “move on to new pastures” and plans to leave the show once this season finishes its run. The report says the show will more than likely make it a soft write-off, leaving the door open for Valdes to reprise his role  in future episodes across The CW’s Arrowverse.

Valdes is one of the most-tenured characters on The Flash, being introduced alongside Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) in a season two episode of Arrow. Even though he has been absent from a few of the most recent episodes, Valdes will be back on the show this upcoming episode “Cause and XS” .

BLACK LIGHTNING Gives Us Our First Official Look At “LIGHTNING”


The CW’s hit show Black Lightning has been firing on all cylinders this season. One of the biggest storylines is the development of Jennifer Pierce (played by China-Anne McClain) with both her metahuman abilities and her relationship with Khalil aka PainKiller (played by Jordan Calloway). In the comics Jennifer is known as the superhero “Lightning” along with her sister “Thunder” Anissa Pierce (Nafessa Williams) and her father “Black Lightning” (Cress Williams). Many were wondering would Jennifer finally accept her role as a hero with the family and now we have our answer as we have our first look at Jennifer as LIGHTNING


The suit which looks like a hybrid or both the Black Lightning and Thunder costumes respectively.  It will be very nice to see the family of superheroes work together to help take down Tobias Whale (Marvin “Krondon” Jones III) and other bad guys in Freeland.

What are your thoughts on the new suit? Is It what you expecting? Leave Your thoughts.

BLACK LIGHTNING airs on a new night beginning  Monday, January 21, 2019 at 9:00PM.

Sam Witwer Cast as Agent Liberty in ‘Supergirl’ Season 4


Supergirl is currently in production of its fourth season and a major casting announcement has been revealed.

Sam Witwer, known for portraying Doomsday in Smallville and the voice of Darth Maul in the Star Wars universe (minus The Phantom Menace) has been cast in the Arrowverse show as Agent Liberty who is the founder and the figurehead of the Children of Liberty – a hate group whose goal is a human first order.

After the previous events of the show where the citizens of National City and the world discovered the existence of aliens living among them, the usage of this character and this story line will be very interesting. What makes this character even more dastardly, is even with the level of hate speech he tries to portray himself as a loving family man.

Supergirl returns on a new night Sunday October 14th 8/7c on the CW.

Black Lightning is on the move


Well it looks as if the CW’S superhero universe is about to get a little bit bigger.

Via Variety

Black Lightning” has nabbed an official pilot order at the CWVariety has learned.

The Greg Berlanti-produced series was originally was developed at Fox earlier this season, landing a hefty pilot production commitment from the get-go. Insiders tell Variety the network passed on the project earlier this week, so then it moved to the CW.

Should “Black Lightning” go to series, it would mark the fifth DC superhero show from Berlanti at the CW, which is currently home to “Arrow,” “The Flash,” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” and Supergirl,” which have all been renewed for the 2017-2018 season.

If “Black Lightning” is greenlit for 2017-2018, sources close to the network explain that the shows would be staggered throughout the year, rather than scheduling five separate nights of superhero programming.

“Black Lightning” is the second Berlanti Productions series to move from another network to the CW. After “Supergirl’s” first season struggled to keep a big enough audience for CBS’ standards, the younger-skewing sister network picked it up for its sophomore season. While superhero programming may not be the best fit for the Big Four, the CW has had great success with its four series, including “Supergirl,” which is performing strongly in its second season at the CW, only behind the net’s top show, “The Flash.”

Back at the Television Critics Association press tour last summer, CW chief Mark Pedowitz was asked about the possibility of another superhero show. He said: “At the moment, we were only expecting to have four this season…At this time there’s no real discussions about any other superhero characters, but one of the things about the Arrowverse…we get to see all these characters. Now, if someone pops, then you reexamine the situation, but at this time, there are no discussions with anybody else.”

Based on the DC character, “Black Lightning” is about Jefferson Pierce. He made his choice: he hung up the suit and his secret identity years ago, but with a daughter hell-bent on justice and a star student being recruited by a local gang, he’ll be pulled back into the fight as the wanted vigilante and DC legend, Black Lightning.

The original comic character was created by Tony Isabella with Trevor Von Eeden. The TV pilot was written by Salim Akil and Mara Brock Akil, who will serve as executive producers with Berlanti and producing partner Sarah Schechter. Berlanti Prods. and Akil Prods. are producing with Warner Bros. Television

The “Arrow-verse”gets early renewal order


Looks like your Trusty Sidekicks will be still be in business throughout this tv season and next.

Via Variety

The CW has renewed seven of its series for the 2017-18 season, Variety has learned.

The network has doled out early renewals to all its comic book franchises (“Arrow,” “D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl”) and to “Jane the Virgin,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” and “Supernatural.” The CW will also resurrect DC’s “Constantine” as an animated series starring the voice of Matt Ryan on digital outlet CW Seed, produced by Greg Berlanti.

“Over the past several seasons, The CW has built a schedule of proven performers, from our lineup of DC superheroes, to critically acclaimed comedies, to sci-fi dramas,” said CW president Mark Pedowitz. “Early pickups of these seven series now allow our producers to plan ahead for next season, and gives us a solid base to build on for next season, with original scripted series to roll out all year long.”



Supergirl EP gives breakdown as how Arrowverse heroes will handle Kryptonian

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Denizens of the CW network’s Arrowverse — the fictional universe that encompasses the CW television shows “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Legends of Tomorrow” and now “Supergirl” — have seen a lot in their time, but nothing quite like Kara Zor-El, Supergirl. The network is planning a massive crossover event for this fall, though, so some viewers are naturally curious about how the only bonafide alien in the crew is going to be received.


According to a report from Entertainment Weekly, Supergirl — the orphan Kryptonian played by Melissa Benoist — is greeted with a mix of intrigue and uncertainty by her peers. And then she starts flying around.

“Some people, like Barry [Grant Gustin], already know her, so Barry’s completely cool with her,” said “Supergirl” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg. “Some people are instantly charmed by her; I think Sara’s [Caity Lotz] got a little crush on her. Diggle [David Ramsey], as always, just when he thinks he’s seen it all, there’s a moment in it where somebody says, ‘This is Supergirl,’ and they say, ‘What’s so super about her?’ and she just lifts off the ground. Dig’s like, ‘I’m convinced.’”

Despite “Supergirl” only recently making the jump from CBS to the CW, the character is already a known quantity to some in the Arrowverse. Last year Grant Gustin, who plays the lead speedster “The Flash,” guest starred on an episode of “Supergirl.” It was Supergirl’s induction into the CW’s Arrowverse.

Details surrounding the crossover remain scarce, although it is known that the villains of the event will be the Dominators. The crossover is expected to air in December.

Can Arrow Get Back On Track?


We are less than a week away from the return of the Emerald Archer to television. Many people are realistically not that excited about the upcoming 5th season and its some what understandable.

Sure the 1st season had to work to grab and keep viewers but it did enough to make them want to watch season 2. Then the full on conflict between “The Arrow” and “Deathstroke” was built up so well until what many felt was a less than climatic final fight between the two. Season three almost lost EVERYONE with the full on story of the League of Assassins but hey this Super Villain enjoyed the story of Nyssa Al’Ghul. Season Fours story of magic was so underwhelming but the arrival of Matt Ryan as Constantine brought in a little bit of hope only to once again deal out another non climatic battle. This time with the fully dubbed “Green Arrow” taking on Damien Dahrk (even though Neal McDonough was AMAZING). Oh yeah lets not forget the death of Laurel Lance/Black Canary which many people took to social media to exclaim their COMPLETE AND UTTER DISDAIN.

But last come to present day where we are at the cusp of a brand new season. With a new season once again there are a lot of changes. Thea and Diggle have left the team (but they are for sure coming back) Oliver (Stephen Amell) is recruiting a new team in Wild dog, Artemis, Mr. Terrific and Ragman. But what should make straying fans and those losing hope feel a bit of solace is that this time the bad guy is just a REGULAR BAD GUY. There’s no super powers, no crew of ninja assassins, no magic just a straight up badass in Tobias Church (Chad L. Coleman) and I for one am SUPER EXCITED.

Oh yeah i forgot to mention this is the last year for the Oliver Queen flashbacks.

But you need to know if nothing else can get you a little bit fired up for this season which premieres Wednesday October 5th on the CW (cheap plug) this two-minute promo posted by Stephen Amell himself should do it.