The actor responds to the controversy over the character's makeover, and shares what he'd like to see happen next.
This week on "Supergirl," Samantha Arias became one step closer to transitioning into the highly-anticipated villain of the season, Reign.
On "Riverdale," after "The Black Hood" killer sent a death threat, Archie Andrews decided to start making some proactive moves.
Supergirl took a quick trip to Mars, as well as a trip down memory lane, as she casually rolled up blasting one of the best songs from the '90s, Britney Spears's "...Baby One More Time."
Warning: This recap of the “Pilot” episode of Dynasty contains spoilers. Thankfully the entertainment industry has generously stepped up to remake, reboot, and re-envision the same things over and over again… to make life easier! Stranger Things was a huge hit because it remade and improved upon major elements from It. Similarly, Empire rose to instant legend status by borrowing elements from the ’80s primetime soap Dynasty and added a more immediately entertaining music industry spin.
If you enjoyed your trip to Riverdale earlier this year, then you’ll be thrilled to hear that Season 2 of the Archie comics adaptation will provide a 22-episode-long vacation in the picturesque town that’s home to maple syrup-infused mysteries, high school shenanigans, a rocking band of pussycats and, of course, #Bughead. Showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa promises that the show’s sophomore year, which premieres Oct. 11 on The CW, will consist of the same ingredients as last year… just more of them. One of Aguirre-Sacasa’s proudest accomplishments with Riverdale‘s first season was venturing into territory where the Archie comic books have often feared to tread: pairing girl-next-door Betty Cooper (Lili Reinhart) with noted hamburger enthusiast Jughead Jones (Cole Sprouse) as the power couple known across the Interwebs as Bughead.
Ahead of the 'Riverdale' Season 2 premiere, one curious viewer sat down and watched all 13 episodes of Season 1 in a single sitting, and by the end, he was in love.
On the season premiere of "Supergirl," a beautiful yet mysterious woman discovered an ability to crush steel with her bare hands, which left viewers asking: Who is she?
Battlestar Galactica alum Katee Sackhoff is set to recur on The CW’s The Flash, as the DC Comics villain Amunet Black aka Blacksmith. Described as the “steely” boss of an underground black market for supervillains, she will first appear in Season 4’s fifth episode, which is titled “Girls Night Out” and also features a visit […]
Can zombies and humans co-exist peacefully? In the finale, Liv (Rose McIver) discovered that the Aleutian flu outbreak had been caused by zombies craving a bigger pool of brains to eat. It was a plan hatched by a Fillmore Graves executive who was trying to pull a coup over her boss, Chase Graves (Jason Dohring).
The zombie apocalypse is nigh! In Tuesday night’s Season 3 finale of iZombie, the secret of zombies’ existence threatens to spill out into the world at large, as Liv (Rose McIver) continues to investigate the origins of the deadly Aleutian flu outbreak in Seattle. Last week’s episode ended with a bang, literally, as a house full of Fillmore Graves soldiers died in a bombing by a crazed zombie truther.
Long live Mary, Queen of Scots — until her head gets chopped off. For the series finale of Reign, which airs Friday night, creator Laurie McCarthy has always planned on showing Mary’s (Adelaide Kane) death. “We didn’t know when the series finale was going to happen, which season it was going to happen, but I always knew it would be her death,” McCarthy tells Yahoo TV.
Our quick take on the CW's new fall offerings, including the superhero show “Black Lightning” and a “Dynasty” reboot.
Vampires, werewolves, witches, sirens, doppelgangers, hybrids — The Vampire Diaries is filled with supernatural beings with awesome powers. Romance has been at the core of TVD since the first episode, which showed the blossoming relationship between human Elena Gilbert and vampire Stefan Salvatore.
For three years, the trials and tribulations, joys and heartbreaks of Reign‘s Mary, Queen of Scots have captivated fans. To celebrate the final season of Reign, which premieres Friday on The CW, we asked creator Laurie McCarthy to participate in our Ask the Fans series, where TV producers pose questions they’ve always wanted to ask their audience. Laurie McCarthy asks: What did you know about the real Mary Stuart/Mary Queen of Scots before you watched Reign?
For decades, Archie Andrews, Betty and Veronica, and Jughead Jones were brightly colored characters in comic books who played jokes on each other, dated, and shared ice cream sundaes at Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe. Now, Archie and company go dark on the CW’s reimagining of that sunny mythology in Riverdale, premiering Thursday. In this version, Archie (K.J. Apa) isn’t a genial, redheaded, bow-tied kid — he’s a ripped brooder who strums a guitar and writes songs to release his teen angst.
For the past four years, Game of Thrones has held the dubious honor of being the most illegally downloaded show on television. MUSO, a data analyst group that studies piracy, published a new report that reveals the opening three episodes of The Grand Tour’s first season have been downloaded nearly 19 million times. To put that in perspective according to MUSO’s 2015 report, Game Of Thrones’ Season Five finale was downloaded roughly 14.4 million times.
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.