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How will Team 'Arrow' handle Oliver's disappearance?

Get ready to have all the feels when Arrow returns with its first episode post-Oliver’s death.

After Oliver (Stephen Amell) took the fall for the murder of Sara (Caity Lotz), the emerald archer faced off with Ra’s al Ghul (Matt Nable) and unfortunately lost, seemingly costing him his life. “Stephen Amell is really enjoying playing Toliver, who is Oliver Queen’s identical twin brother that you’ve never heard of before,” executive producer Marc Guggenheim deadpans. “That’s a spoiler. That’s exclusive for you.” He’s kidding. Don’t worry.


'The Flash': Barry's on the hunt for Reverse Flash as Captain Cold returns

When The Flash returns, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) will be determined to take down the Reverse Flash, but it may not be as simple as looking to Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) for answers. Though it has been revealed that Wells is actually the man in the yellow suit, Barry still doesn’t suspect anything amiss with his mentor.


Tristin Mays joins 'The Vampire Diaries' as the 'real' Sarah Salvatore

No more fake outs, TVD fans. The Vampire Diaries has cast the role of Sarah Salvatorefor real this time.


Darkness falls over Starling City in 'Arrow' midseason trailer

Oliver Queen wasn’t the only one left hanging after Arrow‘s midseason finale. The fate of Starling City without the Arrow hangs in the balance, and both the forces of good and evil are rising to fill the power vacuum that’s been created.


'The Flash': Wells confirmed as Reverse Flash, but are there more?

In case there was any doubt, Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) is The Flash‘s Reverse Flash.

“He’s the man in the yellow suit. Yes, I am Reverse Flash,” Cavanagh told reporters during The CW’s “The Heroes and Villains of Arrow and The Flash” panel at the Television Critics Association’s winter TV previews. READ FULL STORY

'The Vampire Diaries' saying goodbye to Steven R. McQueen as series regular

Jeremy Gilbert will officially say goodbye to Mystic Falls.

The Vampire Diaries executive producer Julie Plec reveals to EW that Steven R. McQueen will no longer be a series regular as of episode 14. Though Jeremy has left town before—and even died at one point—he really is leaving this time.


The CW considering another 'Arrow' spin-off: What should it be?


Sure, why not? This fall, The Flash premiere was The CW’s most-watched telecast of all time (6.8 million viewers including DVR). How can any network not look at that performance and say, “More, please!”

On Sunday at the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour in Pasadena, CW president Mark Pedowitz made waves by renewing eight shows. Then he intriguingly added that he’s in “preliminary discussions” to expand the network’s Arrow/Flash/DC universe with yet another show, but he refused to say which character: “You’d have to be judicious. Could there be another hour in that universe? Possibly. That’s why we’re in preliminary discussion. [The show] has to stand on its own legs.” READ FULL STORY

The CW renews 8 shows for next season


Wow: The CW has just renewed eight shows for next season.

The network picked up another round of Arrow (season 4) , Jane the Virgin (season 2), Reign (season 3), Supernatural (season 11), The 100 (season 3), The Flash (season 2), The Originals (season 3) and The Vampire Diaries (season 7). In other words: The CW just renewed every one of its fall shows.

“Each of these series have helped define what The CW is today, a network that is home to smart, provocative, quality programming, targeting a savvy adult audience,” said CW president Mark Pedowitz. “By picking up these shows now, our executive producers can start planning next season’s storylines, and rolling these shows out throughout next season guarantees The CW will have more proven original series for our fall, midseason and summer 2016 line-ups.” READ FULL STORY

How 'iZombie' differs from 'Veronica Mars' (aside from the fact she's dead)

An inquisitive blonde solves crimes all while narrating via voiceover.

No, we’re not talking about Veronica Mars—though The CW’s somewhat similar new series iZombie does hail from Mars creator Rob Thomas. Heck, even Rose McIver’s voiceover sounds like Kristen Bell’s, but there is one very big difference: iZombie’s Liv is a zombie.


'The Flash' taps Liam McIntyre as new Weather Wizard

In news surprising to no one since the producers behind The Flash and Arrow love Spartacus actors, Liam McIntyre has been tapped to play Mark Mardon, also known as the Weather Wizard, EW has confirmed.


Eliza Taylor talks 'The 100' midseason finale

With only one episode left in 2014, The 100 may finally show what peace on Earth looks like. That’s right: the Grounders and Sky People could be working in harmony to defeat the Mountain Men in the new year. There’s just one caveat—Finn must die.

After Finn massacred 18 people (including children) in a Grounder village two episodes back, fans have been incredibly divided as to how he should pay for his crimes. Here, star Eliza Taylor talks about how Clarke will handle this—and where her people go from here.

'Jane The Virgin' photo reveals guest star Paulina Rubio in midseason finale

It looks like Paulina Rubio-obsessed Xiomara (Andrea Navedo) finally gets to meet her favorite pop star in a sneak peek at a scene from the upcoming Jane The Virgin midseason finale. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' scoop: Peter Stormare returning as Vertigo

Peter Stormare will reprise his role as Vertigo in an upcoming episode of Arrow, EW has learned.



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