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  • ‘Smallville’ Star Michael Rosenbaum Says He Turned Down CW Crossover After WB Refused to Give Him a Script

    The CW has enlisted a number of actors from past DC franchises to reprise their roles on the network’s big “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover this fall, but at least one “Smallville” star says he won’t be returning.Michael Rosenbaum, who played bald supervillain Lex Luthor for seven seasons on the WB series, wrote in a tweet on Tuesday that he was offered the chance to make a cameo on the “Arrowverse” crossover but declined.“I’ll just be straight up about this,” the actor wrote, addressing fans of the show. “WB called my agents Friday afternoon when I was in Florida visiting my grandfather in a nursing home. Their offer: No script. No idea what I’m doing. No idea when I’m shooting. Basically no money.”“And the real kick in the ass,” he continued “‘We have to know now.’ My simple answer was ‘Pass.’ I think you can understand why.”Also Read: 'Crisis on Infinite Earths': Erica Durance to Return as 'Smallville' Lois Lane for The CW's Mega-CrossoverThe “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, based on one of DC Comics most famous storylines, is set to kick off in December. Incorporating all of the network’s DC series — “Supergirl,” “Batwoman,” “The Flash,” “Arrow” and “Legends of Tomorrow,” along with characters from “Black Lightning” — the four-night event will also feature cameos by actors from previous adaptations of the comics series.As previously announced, Tom Welling, who starred as “Smallville’s” Clark Kent, and Erica Durance, the series’ Lois Lane, will make an appearance. Tyler Hoechlin, who played “Supergirl’s” version of Superman, and Brandon Routh, who starred as the same hero in the 2006 film “Superman Returns,” are also set make appearances.The CW and Warner Bros. Television declined to comment on Rosenbaum’s statement.Here ya go. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/8PFT6wsPMo— Michael Rosenbaum (@michaelrosenbum) September 24, 2019Read original story ‘Smallville’ Star Michael Rosenbaum Says He Turned Down CW Crossover After WB Refused to Give Him a Script At TheWrap

  • CW Renews Flash, Riverdale, Dynasty, Charmed, Supernatural Plus 5 Others

    The CW on Thursday went on something of a renewal tear, picking up additional seasons of 10 current series — aka nearly its entire lineup. The list of shows confirmed to return for the 2019-20 TV season includes The Flash, Arrow, Riverdale, Supernatural, Supergirl, Black Lightning and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Freshman entries Charmed and Legacies […]

  • 'Arrow,' 'Riverdale,' 'Crazy Ex,' 'Dynasty' (!!) and 6 others renewed at The CW

    The CW ostensibly has 83 percent of its new, Sunday-through-Friday slate accounted for, with Monday’s renewal of 10 shows — including the ratings-challenged "Dynasty."

  • Your TV To-Do List: Prepare for a 'Crisis' in the DC TV Universe

    "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," "The Carol Burnett 50th Anniversary Special," "Drunk History: Christmas Special," and "Easy" round out our picks this week.

  • 'Supergirl,' 'Flash,' 'Arrow' producer suspended amid sexual harassment allegations

    Warner Bros. TV Group has launched an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior by Andrew Kreisberg, an executive producer on the CW shows “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” “The Flash” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.”

  • Time Travel Shows 101: The Rules Behind ‘Timeless,’ ‘Outlander,’ ‘Doctor Who,’ and More

    Is this a blast from the past, or are we going back to the future? Time traveling is all the rage these days on television, with at least seven shows currently available to watch or stream, including new series Making History and Time After Time. The time travelers include adventurers looking to have a little fun, operatives hoping to save humanity, and superheroes battling the forces of evil.

  • Your TV To-Do List: Jimmy Kimmel Goes For Oscar Comedy Gold

    With so much to watch on TV it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.

  • ‘Supergirl,’ ‘The Flash,’ ‘Arrow,’ and ‘Legends’: What We Want to See Next

    The CW’s lineup of superhero shows returns to the small screen starting tonight with an all-new Supergirl, and here are five things we can’t wait to find out on each show. 1. Will Kara be fighting the Dominators on Supergirl? 3. On Arrow, has Black Canary really come back from the dead?

  • ‘Constantine’ Will Make Surprising Return as Cartoon on CW Seed

    Perhaps it didn’t work as a film, and maybe the live-action series was canceled after one short season, but does that mean we shouldn’t give Constantine a shot at being a cartoon? The network also announced plans to revive the John Constantine character, this time in animated form. Created by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, and John Totleben, and first appearing in The Saga of the Swamp Thing from June 1985, John Constantine is a deadpan con man and chain-smoking occult detective, whose look was based on Sting.

  • ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Crossover Week Episode Provides Epic Finale

    On DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the final night of the CW’s Invasion crossover week ended with Barry Allen offering to save the world, the world he messed up in the first place. “No offense, Oliver, but you and what army?” Barry asked, and when he turned around, all the heroes had gathered to show their collective support for the Flash. Fortunately, the heroes chose to do good, and in an epic fight scene against the dominators, they came together for the betterment of all humanity.

  • DC/The CW Crossover Postmortem: Wrapping Up ‘Invasion!’ With CW Superhero Execs Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg

    From Barry and Cisco traveling worlds to recruit Kara on Supergirl, through the alien mind-control gambit on The Flash, the Matrix reality on Arrow, and transmuting the metahuman bomb on Legends of Tomorrow, the CW superhero shows continue to redefine what is possible with comic book TV shows. Marc Guggenheim, executive producer of Arrow and Legends, and Andrew Kreisberg, executive producer of Supergirl and The Flash, spoke to reporters about the technical challenges of these episodes as well as story repercussions and where their shows are heading for the rest of the season.

  • ‘Supergirl,’ ‘Arrow,’ ‘The Flash,’ ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Crossover: See 26 New Photos

    It’s almost here: The four-way superhero crossover bonanza that fans of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow have been waiting for since it was announced in May. And now The CW has released a slew of new pictures. Eliza (guest star Helen Slater) comes to town to celebrate Thanksgiving with her daughters. The epic superhero crossover kicks off tonight when Barry Allen (guest star Grant Gustin) and Cisco Ramon (guest star Carlos Valdes) seek Kara's help with an alien invasion on their Earth.

  • Halloween Costumes for Your TV-Loving Squad

    Ready to roll with your squad on Halloween night — but need ideas for costumes? Look no further than your TV! TV shows offer plenty of interesting ideas for group costumes. Of course, you'll probably see plenty of The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones squads on Halloween, so how about we help you dig a little deeper into the channels for your friends?

  • Your TV To-Do List: A ‘Fresh’ Family Trip, Nick Nolte’s ‘Graves’ Beginning

    With so much to watch on TV, it can be difficult to plan ahead. But we’re here to help! Here are the five shows you won’t want to miss this week.

  • ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Promo: Sara Beds a Queen, Albert Einstein Kidnapped

    After romancing a 1950s nurse, Legends of Tomorrow time traveler Sara Lance is poised to get royally wooed, as revealed in a new promo for Season 2. VIDEOSLegends of Tomorrow Team Talks Unrepentant Sara, ‘Widower’ Mick, Braggy JSA, Arrow Visit and More

  • Easter Eggs Aplenty on ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete First Season’ Blu-ray

    One extra promises to give us insight into what the writers call “Rip’s Parlor.” It’s full of Easter eggs — many of which turn out to foreshadow future adventures.

  • The CW’s DC Heroes Get Deluxe Action Figure Treatment

    Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow. Yahoo TV got an early look at action figures based on The CW's heroes and more. Click through this slideshow for a sneak peek.

  • ‘Nashville’ Joins the Ranks of Un-Canceled Shows

    Nash-heads, your prayers have been answered! CMT has officially picked up Season 5 of ABC’s Nashville. What should have been a series finale caused controversy when it left the fate of Juliette, played by Hayden Panettiere, hanging in the balance. In the last moments of the show, her plane went missing 90 miles outside of Nashville.

  • ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season Finale Recap: A Three-Way Dance Through Time

    Fortunately, it looks like next year will have plenty of potential fill-ins as Hourman (Patrick J. Adams) introduces the JSA to the Arrowverse. The PlotRip returns the team to 2016, mostly alive, but defeated.

  • 'Legends of Tomorrow' Recap: One Team Member Makes the Ultimate Sacrifice

    Warning: This 'Legends of Tomorrow' recap contains spoilers.

  • 'Legends of Tomorrow' Recap: Vandal Savage on the Loose

    Warning: This recap for the “River of Time” episode of Legends of Tomorrow contains spoilers.

  • 'Legends of Tomorrow' Recap: Giant Robots! Giant Robots! Giant Robots!

    Related: Catch Up on ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ With Our Recaps The Plot The Legends show up in 2166 as Vandal Savage is at the height of his powers. Savage comes after her with a giant robot, threatening the encampment.

  • 'Legends of Tomorrow' Recap: Make Way for… Legend Babies?

    The Legends take down another foe — one who does what they couldn’t: Going back in time to kill their younger selves. Mick Rory is grabbed from the night he burned down his parents house just before The Pilgrim kills him. Rip counters by offering Young Rip who is hidden even from the Time Masters.

  • 'Legends of Tomorrow' Recap: Jonah Hex and a Shootout at High Noon

    If you’re going to make a show about time-traveling superheroes, you’d damn well better be able to make sure your Wild West episode is on point. The Plot The team retreats to the town of Salvation in 1871 to avoid the The Hunters. Dr. Stein saves a young boy from tuberculosis against Rip’s warnings (he turns out to be a young H.G. Wells, arguably the world’s first science-fiction author). Kendra and Sara track down an old woman who turns out to be one of Hawkgirl’s previous lives and tells Kendra that any love that is not Carter is doomed.

  • 'Legends of Tomorrow' Recap: Would You Kill Baby Hitler?

    Warning: This recap for the “Progeny” episode of Legends of Tomorrow contains spoilers.

  • 'Legends of Tomorrow' Recap: Captain Cold Loses a Hand and Chronos's Face Revealed

    Warning: This recap for the “Left Behind” episode of 'Legends of Tomorrow' contains spoilers.