CW’s Jane The Virgin is getting a dose of serious comedy cred: EW has learned exclusively that legendary comic Cheech Marin will guest star as abuelita Alba’s love interest. READ FULL STORY
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Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen has been immortalized.
Last week’s episode of The 100, “Reapercussions,” showed former enemies Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Anya (Dichen Lachman) reluctantly teaming up to escape Mount Weather. They “worked together” right up until Anya whacked Clarke over the head with a rock.
In this exclusive clip from Wednesday’s episode, the duo is still on the run together—although Clarke is now Anya’s prisoner. To avoid detection, they have to go full Walking Dead and cover their scent, which leads to even more questions about The Mountain Men.
Sure, last week Anya said she’s going to give Clarke over as a “prize” to her people, but it’s not hard to sense a budding friendship along the way. Forget Bellamy and Finn—this season it’s all about Clanya. READ FULL STORY
Felicity Smoak may never get her own crucible on the island, but she will finally get an origin story during this week’s episode of Arrow.
Not only will the show flash back to Felicity’s (Emily Bett Rickards) hacker days at MIT—which is tied to a virus plaguing Starling City in present day—but we’ll finally get a look into her home life when her mother Donna (Charlotte Ross) comes to visit. “Mom comes to town and then everything breaks down from there,” Rickards teases from the Vancouver set. What’s in store for Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) go-to IT gal? Get the scoop:
Malcolm Merlyn is returning to the scene of his most horrendous and heinous crime: Starling City.
Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) has already put his powers to good use facing off against various metahumans since The Flash debuted, but he’ll meet his match during Tuesday’s episode when he goes toe-to-toe with famed DC Comics villain Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller).
If you thought the Grounders were bad, just wait until you meet the residents of Mount Weather—at least that’s how Clarke feels when The 100 returns for its second season. Desperate to escape her cell in the underground bunker that houses the Mountain Men, Clarke will go to great lengths to find out if her people are alive.
What’s left of the Queen family will be reunited this week as Oliver (Stephen Amell) travels to Corto Maltese—also the name of Wednesday’s Arrow episode—to track down his missing sister, Thea (Willa Holland). The youngest Queen heir left Starling City at the close of season 2 with her real father, Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), otherwise known as the Dark Archer, Ollie’s sworn enemy whom he believes to be dead.
The Flash is about to return to the scene of the crime.
During Tuesday’s episode, viewers will get a new glimpse at the particle accelerator explosion that turned Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) into the fastest man alive. This time, we’ll see it from a different perspective via those working at S.T.A.R. Labs, a.k.a. Ground Zero. But Barry certainly wasn’t the only one affected by the incident, as Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) lost her fiance Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell) as a result.
Arrow has just cast a juggernaut of an actor to play DC Comics villain Brick in the show’s third season.
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Who killed the Canary? That’s exactly what Laurel plans to uncover as she takes steps toward becoming the Black Canary Arrow fans know from the comics.
In the wake of Sara’s (Caity Lotz) death, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) will set her sights on getting revenge, hoping to uncover the identity of the mystery man who shot three arrows into her sister’s gut. While Oliver (Stephen Amell) may not be too happy with that plan, Laurel will find help elsewhere from new addition Ted Grant (J.R. Ramirez). Will she get justice for Sara’s murder? EW caught up with Cassidy to get the scoop:
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