Recognizing the success that The CW superhero drama series "The Flash" has enjoyed for its freshman season, executive producer Marc Guggenheim recently confirmed in an interview that fans should expect more light-hearted conversations and possibly more humor when "Arrow" returns to the small screen for its Season 4 run.
A report from Screen Rant cited the showrunner's recent interview with io9 in which he discussed about "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" and his new comic book, "The Infinite Adventures of Jonas Quantum."
As for "Arrow," this is what Guggenheim has to say: more >>
After being a member of the Church of Scientology for 30 years with her entire family, actress Leah Remini says her daughter is the single reason why she left the organization behind.
"I was working on a [Scientology] course one day. I was at one of these hotels in Florida and I saw my daughter swimming for the first time while I'm reading this [Scientology] thing. A tear came down my face," Remini said on an episode of Oprah's "Where Are They Now?" series. "I was like, 'What am I doing?'"
She continued: "I don't think people know the amount of dedication it takes to be in this organization," she explained. "I mean, it was every day, three-and-a-half hours minimum, seven days a week." During that fateful trip in Florida, though, Remini realized that she was "now doing the same thing to my daughter that my mother [had conveyed] to me … that what she was doing was more important." more >>
The penultimate episode of the hit superhero TV drama series "The Flash" saw Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) finally getting his hands on the stronger, faster, and more cunning Reverse Flash.
With the help of Starling City's guardian, Arrow (Stephen Amell) and Ronnie (Robbie Amell) a.k.a. Firestorm, the Flash was able to pin down Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh) who really is a person from the future, Eobard Thawne.
A promo video for the upcoming finale episode titled "Fast Enough" features Thawne/Wells revealing to Barry the reason as to why he murdered Nora Allen. more >>
Recent TV show reports indicated that MTV has added yet another 12 episodes for the current season of its hit scripted program "Finding Carter."
The announcement came this week via a YouTube video (via TV Line) uploaded by cast member Alex Saxon, who plays the character Max.
"Hey guys I have some amazing news, Finding Carter has been picked up for 12 more episodes and we couldn't have done it without you," the actor said. more >>
Last week saw the unveiling of CBS' upcoming small screen offering, "Supergirl," which features the acts of Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, Superman's younger cousin.
The superhero show, which won't be hitting the television until this fall, expectedly captured the attention of fans who went on to speculate that the upcoming series might somehow cross over with its fellow DC TV shows like "The Flash" and "Arrow," which are currently aired on The CW.
Despite such desires, it appears that the crossover won't be happening soon, as what Greg Berlanti told Variety. more >>
Wendy Raquel Robinson is well known for portraying strong women on television shows like the hard-hitting fictional character Latasha "Tasha" Mack on the BET series "The Game," but now that the series is ending the actress is combining her faith and gifts to solidify her legacy.
Robinson, 47, has spent nine seasons on "The Game" and six seasons on the television series "The Steve Harvey Show." While she has provided laughs and entertainment to countless viewers, Robinson's behind the scenes work with her nonprofit school, the Amazing Grace Conservatory, has helped mold young minds.
The nonprofit school recently created a contemporary "Sister Act Too" production, where young people between the ages of 8 and 18 performed original songs, dances and spoken word. more >>