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CW 2017-18 Season Ratings (updated 2/18/18)

Last year, The CW aired three new scripted TV shows and cancelled two of them. How many will be cancelled or renewed during the 2017-18 season? Stay tuned.There's lots of data that network execs looks at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. These charts will be updated daily, as new ratings data becomes available.CW shows (so far): Arrow, Black Lightning, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, Jane the Virgin, Riverdale, Supergirl, Supernatural and Valor.Read More…
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Legends Of Tomorrow Cast Celebrates Wrapping Production On Season 3

As someone who was rather critical of Legends of Tomorrow for its first two seasons, I must give credit where credit is due by saying that not only is its third the best yet, but I also find it to be one of the better DC TV shows this year. Really, it’s found the right balance between drama and humor, embraced the richness of the source material more than ever before, and made some fine additions to the Waverider such as John Constantine and the incoming Kid Flash.

So, while we wait to see how the gang will stop the formidable threat that is Mallus, it’s come to our attention that production has actually wrapped on season 3. Showing that camaraderie doesn’t end when cameras stop rolling, though, Caity Lotz (Sara Lance/White Canary) recently posted a couple pics on Twitter letting us know that she’s still
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Legends of Tomorrow: John Noble is Playing a Second Character

John Noble will officially be appearing on Legends Of Tomorrow, but as a character other than Mallus. The time-travelling Arrowverse series returned to the small screen last week, taking over Supergirl‘s usual Monday-night slot for just over two months in order to wrap up its third season. The decision to split this single slot rather than air all four of the Arrowverse shows at once is a conscious one by The CW, which has decided to limit how many superhero series it has running at any given time. This means the Legends will be battling it out with Mallus for the next couple of months, before Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) returns to take on Reign (Odette Annable) for her final few weeks.
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DC Takes Us Behind The Scenes Of That Awesome Arrowverse Promo

While it’s safe to say that the DC universe hasn’t exactly transferred smoothly to the big screen, the same can’t be said for television. The various DC TV projects, known collectively as the Arrowverse, recently returned to The CW to rave reviews, with particular kudos going to the excellent Cress Williams-starring Black Lightning.

However, if you cast your mind to a while back, you might remember that to whet our appetites, the network released a trailer at the beginning of the year entitled “Suit Up.” Taking place in a locker room style setup, the promo showed various heroes from Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow getting into costume. As they strap, buckle and zip themselves into all kinds of cool looking pieces of body armor, gadgetry and helmets, they’re joined by Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl (rushing there late from work) and Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen,
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DC TV Watch: 'Legends of Tomorrow' Returns With John Constantine

Welcome back to The Hollywood Reporter's weekly DC TV Watch, a rundown of all things DC Comics on TV. Every Friday, we round up the major twists, epic fights, new mysteries and anything else that goes down on The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Black Lightning and Fox's Gotham. Note: Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Gotham did not air new episodes this week.

Legends of Tomorrow

Back from the dead | Coming off a two-episode appearance on Legends of Tomorrow, John Constantine (Matt Ryan) — from NBC's short-lived Constantine — is not dead ... yet. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Ryan...
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Titan announce new ‘Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor’ comic

Titan Comics have annouced that alongside premiering in the latest Doctor Who season, the Thirteenth Doctor will be debuting in comics this Autumn – in a brand-new ongoing comic series written by Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser (Orphan Black, Star Wars: Rogue One, Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows, Faith, Supergirl, Mother Panic) with art by fan-favorite artist Rachael Stott (The Twelfth Doctor, Motherlands) and colorist Enrica Angolini (Warhammer 40,000).

The anticipated new TV season ushers in a brand-new era for Doctor Who with Showrunner and Executive Producer Chris Chibnall’s fresh, focused vision and the arrival of Jodie Whittaker, the Thirteenth Doctor, alongside a team of new friends played by Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole. Series 11 will be an unmissable year full of action and adventure.

Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor kicks off a new iteration of Titan’s hugely popular and critically acclaimed Doctor Who comics – featuring the Thirteenth Doctor,
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The Thirteenth Doctor heralds a new era for Titan’s Doctor Who comics

The BBC and Titan Comics have announced that as well as starring in the new TV series of Doctor Who, the Thirteenth Doctor will be debuting in comics this fall.

Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor will be penned by Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser (Orphan Black, Star Wars: Rogue One, Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows, Faith, Supergirl, Mother Panic) with art from Rachael Stott (The Twelfth Doctor, Motherlands) and colorist Enrica Angolini (Warhammer 40,000).

Jodie Whittaker’s Thirteenth Doctor made her first appearance in the 2017 Doctor Who Christmas Special ‘Twice Upon a Time’ and will usher in a brand-new era for fans this fall alongside incoming showrunner Chris Chibnall and new companions played by Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole.

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The CW Expands to Sunday Night This Fall, Which Might Be Good News For Bubble Shows Like ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’

The CW is aiming to be a bit of a David in a sea of Sunday night Goliaths. The network is returning to Sunday nights this fall for the first time since 2009, which could be huge news for the producers and talent behind The CW’s existing shows and new pilots.

By adding two more hours to the network’s schedule (8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Et), The CW will program 12 hours of original scripted fare in-season — likely more than Fox in the fall, which will devote at least seven of its 15 hours to sports (and a few more hours toward reality fare).

“We’re increasing our scheduling by 20 percent,” The CW president Mark Pedowitz said. “That’s a big-sized bite. We will do this with the same quality programming we do on Monday through Friday, on Sunday nights.”

Sunday is already a competitive night for networks, with some of
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Star Trek: Discovery episode 15 review: Will You Take My Hand?

James Hunt Feb 13, 2018

Star Trek: Discovery bows out of season one on a finale packed with joyful fan service. Spoilers ahead in our review...

This review contains spoilers.

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It’S All Over. And by that, I mean the Klingon-Federation war that threatened the very fabric of the alpha quadrant. Who would have guessed that all you needed to solve your problems was to talk to the opposition? Admittedly with a planet-destroying bomb planted in the centre of their world. But mostly just talking. It’s the Star Trek way.

I don’t even know where to begin with this episode. I just had a great time. Sure, not everything about the plot was perfect and the war did end a little too comfortably - but then what fictional war doesn’t?
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DC's Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 10 Review: Daddy Darhkest

Alas, this is not a Supergirl review. We have to wait until April to know what's next for Kara Danvers.

Well, for an episode that ultimately didn't lead to much (other than some new information on Mallus), DC's Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 10 was an interesting ride through a new section of the Dctv universe never seen on The CW thus far.

With demons, it's opening an unlikely new world for the Dctv shows on The CW and how they handle magic, which is going to be interesting if it's ever expanded upon on any of the other series.

Nora Darhk's entire storyline this season is a mess, and this episode just made it a little worse. Before, thinking she was willingly working with Mallus to help save her father was enough information to be believable, but this new twist was unnecessary.

That girl you’re trying to save is Nora freaking Darhk.
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Jenna Dewan Tatum: "Health"

Sneak Peek new revealing images of actress Jenna Dewan Tatum aka 'Lucy Lane' in "Supergirl", posing for the latest issue of "Health" magazine:

In 2006, Dewan co-starred with future husband Channing Tatum in "Step Up" and "Take the Lead". 

In 2008, she starred in the Lifetime made-for-television film "Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal", as 'Coach Emma Carr'.

In 2009, she appeared in the comedy feature "American Virgin".

In 2011, Dewan portrayed 'Bunny Janie' in "The Playboy Club" TV series.

In 2012 Dewan appeared in the romantic-comedy feature "10 Years", produced by Channing Tatum. 

This was followed by an appearance in Season 2 of "American Horror Story" as the character 'Teresa Morrison'. 

In 2013, Dewan starred in the Lifetime series "Witches of East End" as 'Freya Beauchamp'.

In 2015 she began a recurring role in the CBS series "Supergirl" playing 'Lucy Lane', the sister of 'Lois Lane' and girlfriend of 'Jimmy Olsen'.

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8 Great Directors Who Should Make a Superhero Movie — IndieWire Critics Survey

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of film critics two questions and publishes the results on Monday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best film in theaters right now?”, can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: “Wonder Woman” and “Black Panther” have helped to reinvigorate the superhero genre as a social and creative force, and the success of those films can be at least partially attributed to their directors. With that in mind, which filmmaker would you most like to see direct a blockbuster superhero movie next, and why?

Max Weiss (@maxthegirl), Baltimore Magazine

I’m firmly in the camp of not wanting my favorite actors or directors to either star in or helm superhero films. (I audibly groaned yesterday when the news surfaced that Joaquin Phoenix was going to be playing The Joker.) Yes, Waititi, Coogler, Jenkins, et al managed
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Magic, Speedsters & Constantine to populate second half of Legends Of Tomorrow

Tonight sees the start of the second half of Legends Of Tomorrow’s third season, filling in for Supergirl which is on a short break. When we last saw the chaotic band of heroes we were saddened by the death of Dr. Martin Stein (Victor Garber) and Jefferson Jackson aka Firestorm (Franz Drameh). Both were founding members of the team and were often an essential ingredient in the team’s various plans when taking on super-villains. It’s not all doom and gloom though. The team has seen a few new additions in the third season. Making an immediate positive impact with more
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Fifty Shades Freed: Where Have You Seen Boyce Before?

Image Source: Getty / Joe Scarnic Fifty Shades Freed introduces a plethora of minor characters, including the handsome and bestselling author Boyce Fox. Although we only catch him on screen for a minute or two during a meeting with Anastasia, he certainly manages to catch our attention. For those of you who were scratching your head after that scene, wondering why you recognized the actor, we have all the answers. He might be new to the steamy Fifty Shades franchise, but he's no stranger to the big screen. Tyler Hoechlin made his acting debut by snagging roles in smaller films like Family Tree and Train Quest before moving on to one of his most well-known roles to date, as Michael Sullivan Jr. in Road to Perdition. From there, he went on to score a recurring role in the popular television show 7th Heaven before dabbling in the horror genre alongside Amanda Seyfried in Solstice.
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Unearthed Justice League Mortal Concept Art Reveals Superman, Batman And Much More

Even though I’m someone who walked away from the Justice League movie that we eventually received with a smile on my face, there’s no way I’m going to say that it was perfect or was the complete package that my favorite characters deserved. Actually, I find myself conflicted because while I do love some of the actors that populate the landscape that makes up the DC Extended Universe such as Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot and Jason Momoa, every little bit of trivia surrounding the canned Justice League Mortal forces me to believe that it’d have been the better product.

The latest round of declassified info is some of the best this writer has seen in the time that has passed in the decade or so since the ax came down. Really, aside from seeing Megan Gale in her Wonder Woman regalia, we never had
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Watch the ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Cast Tease the Show’s Return Tonight

Legends of Tomorrow is back! And as a reminder, some of the cast have appeared in a short teaser video that gives a glimpse not only of the arrival of John Constantine (Matt Ryan), but the show's new night and time. As we reported a few months ago, Legends of Tomorrow is taking over Supergirl's Monday night at 8 p.m. slot for the next nine weeks, concluding its third season before Supergirl returns and finishes up its third season as well. It's a weird move (since the Supergirl break was clearly not planned from a narrative …
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Final Legends of Tomorrow Return Promo Features More Constantine

One last promo for Legends of Tomorrow‘s midseason premiere “Daddy Darhkest” has been released. It’s been awhile since The Legends have graced our screens. Due to a decision by The CW to air no more than four superhero shows at a time, Legends of Tomorrow is now sharing a timeslot with fellow Arrowverse series Supergirl – which is on hiatus until April. For the next nine weeks, Legends of Tomorrow starts the week’s worth of Arrowverse shows on Monday nights.
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Legion of Super-Heroes Should Replace Legends of Tomorrow

Season 3 of Supergirl has introduced viewers to a whole new super-team: the Legion of Super-Heroes. Originating in the 30th century, this band of aliens and metahumans have proven to be tremendous allies in the fight against Reign. However, their arc is clearly setting up for the Legion to ultimately go back into cryogenic sleep, and continue their journey back to their own time.
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Supergirl Round Table: What is Imra Hiding?

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Mon-El revealed that his and Imra's marriage wasn't based on love on Supergirl Season 3 Episode 13. What does that mean for the future of Mon-El and Kara?

Below, TV Fanatics Christine Orlando, Kathleen Wiedel, and Jay Ruymann discuss their relationship, Lena's discovery, and whether or not they think everyone will make it out alive.

Join us!

Do you think Mon-El and Kara will get back together? Do you want them to?

Christine: I don’t know, to both questions. I enjoyed Mon-El and Kara last season, more than most, I think, but I’ve grown used to them being apart. I feel as though they’ve both moved on, and maybe that’s for the best.

Kathleen: The relationship between Kara and Mon-El last season wasn't hugely popular with the fans. The fact that it was built in part on Kara trying to "fix" Mon-El or make him a better person didn't help its foundation.
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TV's Top Couple 2018: Vote in the Sweet 16 Now!

TV's Top Couple 2018: Vote in the Sweet 16 Now!
Let the battles continue! TV's Top Couple 2018 has officially reached the sweet 16, meaning there are eight fights to be fought over the next two days, and there are some pretty serious match-ups in this round. Will Riverdale, OutlanderSense8, and Supergirl all continue with two competitors each? Will the OGs Mulder and Scully prevail? Will the Turkish underdogs continue to surprise us all?  Only your votes can answer those questions, so get going! As always, you can vote as many times as you want for as many couples as you want, but you knew that already.  This round closes Sunday, February 11 at 5 p.m. Pt or 8 p.m. Et, so get your votes...
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