The CW has released a new trailer for The Flash Season 4. Picking up months after the end of Season 3, Barry Allen has been trapped in the Speed Force, leaving Iris, Cisco and the others to defend Central City in his absence. Despite their skills, they’re barely holding Central City together and are desperate to get Barry back.
When Barry does return, however, he’s not the same Barry that went into the Speed Force, coming out a markedly different man.
Ah, Supergirl Season 1… it was much simpler. The attraction and feelings Kara had for James complicated by the arrival of Lucy Lane. What I wouldn’t give to go back to when Supergirl was on CBS.
If you’re like me, you didn’t appreciate the relationship that Kara and James shared during the series’ first season; we took it for granted, and thus when the show was transported to The CW, it crashed and burned. But let’s not forget (and not let the writers forget) that Kara and James had a budding relationship that was built on trust and healthy habits that are missing with her new beau.
Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim has expressed interest in spotlighting the Black Lives Matter movement/police brutality conflicts that have been of great focus in recent media and news outlets during Arrow Season 6. His hope is to portray the topic in the form of Season 5 episode “Spectre of the Gun” which tried to tackle the use of gun control.
The Season 5 episode was met with mixed reviews, and most importantly, it never truly resolved the real life issue presented. Trying to up the stakes by featuring a Black Lives Matter storyline will not do the movement any justice and it surely won’t advance any opinions about it.
Mike proposes a power move to boost business;Harvey’s past causes complications; Rachel’s father wants to join forces and Louis mentors Brian
On Suits Season 7 Episode 9, Harvey finds himself in precarious position when he takes on the Attorney General. Meanwhile Louis finds an unexpected protegé in Brian.
Before we start this off, let’s get one thing straight. Season 3 of Arrow was disastrously horrible altogether, but Episodes 10, 11, 12, and 13 were the best the series has to offer and showed what being heroes really means.
These episodes of Arrow are Oliver Queen-lite; he was off the grid, not reachable, and the heroes in Starling City had to continue fighting and doing their duty to protect the city.
American Horror Story: Cult relied heavily on the fear that the audience would associate with the recent election, anchoring that as the core for this season.
American Horror Story Season 7 Episode 1 differed in the way that it gave us a peek into its upcoming season, laying it all out there because it still didn’t come close to the way they pushed certain themes along. Cult made it clear in the season premiere that the greatest villain this time around would be emotions that people feel, none of it can be blamed on a supernatural force or being.
In just a few short weeks, The Flash will return to TV with its fourth season. The last we saw of Barry Allen and the rest of the team, Barry had just stepped into the Speed Force as punishment for altering the timeline and causing Flashpoint. With Barry out of action, how has the team gone on without him?
The Flash Season 4 offers some new and interesting changes to the show that will hopefully pay off as the board is reset. What are some of the things we can look forward to with the new season?
Ah! Season 5 of Arrow, the season that followed the very dismal Season 4. The season that truly had to follow-up some of the worst writing I’ve personally seen on any superhero drama TV Series.
Luckily, however, Season 5 wasn’t completely terrible! There were twists, turns some engaging plot points and a fresh new feeling to the show that still felt like the original Season 1 and 2 days! But the question remains, where does the series go from here? Now that its propelled itself back into the hearts of (some) DCTV fans, what can it do to follow-up a pretty okay season? Here’s what we want to see on Arrow Season 6.
Jane taking on the story of Mia, a sexual assault survivor, led to an interesting conversation within the show on how she would write this piece. It wasn’t until Jacqueline revealed herself to also be a survivor that everything about the episode clicked.
The Bold Type has handled several intense issues over the course of its first season, but The Bold Type season finale tackled the biggest of all: sexual assault. It wasn’t easy hearing Mia’s pain and her story, along with seeing her endurance art, but it brought a new light to a topic that is constantly mishandled in Hollywood. As a victim of sexual assault myself, this episode really hit home for me, and the significance of this storyline goes well beyond a TV show.