We know that a new episode of Arrow airing tonight on The CW at 8p is music to the ears, so that means that the show’s stars Stephen Amell and John Barrowmem are the music of the night. Thus it makes sense that when they were trapped in NJ this weekend due to the snow storm at the Heroes & Villains Fan Festival they would sing the most famous song from The Phantom of the Opera. Right?
Executive Producer Greg Berlanti has dabbled with musical numbers on Eli Stone; and I think after this performance, he needs to try it out again on Arrow. Who’s with me?
Arrow and The Flash have given birth to a spinoff and it is called DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Several characters, who appeared on the first two shows, are on this one, that debuts at 8p tonight on The CW, to save the world.
It is 2166, and the immortal Vandal Savage (Casper Crump) has taken over the world and destroyed it. There are a group of time travelers, who are protecting the time line, but they can’t change the past. Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) doesn’t agree with them and he thinks that they should altar time and kill Savage before his world dominance. So he goes back to 2016 and recruits a team to help him destroy Hunter.
He recruits Professor Martin Stein (Victor Garber) and Jax (Franz Drameh), criminals Leonard Snart (Wentworth Miller) and Mick Rory (Dominic Purcell), sisters Laurel (Katie Cassidy) and Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), soulmates Kendra Saunders (Ciara Renée) and Carter Hall (Falk Hentschel), and Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh). Each have their own power that will help them fight and hopefully kill Vandal Savage. That is if they ever can work together as team.
Something that will be a lot easier when they start traveling back in time. Their first stop is a groovy one as they go back to 1975. Will also be their last stop?
You will just have to tune in to this exciting comic book show to find out every Thursday at 8p.
Last year, Tom Cavanuagh and Carlos Valdes dusted off their horns to dazzle us with White Christmas and Santa Claus is Coming Town. This year, the Flash stars brought us Christmas cheer with O Christmas Tree and Winter Wonderland.
Who knew that not only could these two blow us away with their acting, they can also blow a mean air horn. If you close your eyes, you would never know that they weren’t playing any instruments and that is a Christmas miracle that keeps on giving.
In fact, I hope that network big wigs at The CW give them a special where the two of them can entertain us by blowing their horns all night long. Wait, that sounds like a different type of special, but you know what I meant.
Seriously though, didn’t their renditions of Christmas Carols make you feel all warm inside with holiday joy? Even more so than chestnuts roasting on an open fire?
The Vampire Diaries has been struggling in the ratings since it lost its female star Nina Dobrev, so The CW decided to make a change. Starting on January 29th, the Vampire show moves to Fridays along with its spinoff The Originals. What will replace those two show on Thursday nights? Starting on January 21st, the much anticipated DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and the barely talked about The 100 will takeover the formers timeslots. Legends looks thrilling, but do we have room for another comic show? We shall see.
The scheduling change wasn’t The CW’s announcement today. They also decided to pick up 5 more episodes for The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and 6 more for iZombie. Personally, I am surprised that they are staying with Crazy because the lead is so unlikable. I want to like this show, but she is so over the top unappealing, it is hard to adore it like we show. When it comes to iZombie, I wish it got back 9 because I think it is the network’s best show.
Now there is one show whose future is in question and that is Reign. At this point, The CW doesn’t have a slot for it. I have to say, I am so OK with this period drama ending. It was built on the love story between Queen Mary of Scots and King Francis of France and with him out of the picture, there really is no reason for this show to go on. Do CW viewers really care about the politics of the 16th Century, I know I don’t. Do you? And what do you think of all of the changes?
If you are like me and you are still missing Constantine, then you can get a quick fix on tonight’s Arrow at 8p on The CW. The suspenseful episode will totally get your heart racing.
As we know, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) dug up sister Sara (Caity Lotz) from the grave and had her brought back to life. Sadly, it was not the Sara we knew and that is because she has no soul. Tonight, Constantine (Matt Ryan) will team up with Oliver (Stephen Amell) to get Sara back her soul. It will not be an easy task, but they are willing to risk it to save her. Will they all come out of this mission alive? You will just have to tune in to find out.
I am hoping the Big Wigs at The CW see how great Ryan is on the show, and decide to give Constantine a show of his own on their network. Or at the very least bring him back to Arrow a few more times. The chemistry between Ryan and Amell is dynamic and I would like to see it more often.
iZombie’s Executive Producer Dan Etheridge gave the keys to his apartment to the stars of his show, and I’m sure he quickly regretted that decision when he saw what Rose McIver and Rahul Kohli were doing in this photo. The two of them left their mark, well at least one of them did as we can see picture.
While they might be sh!tty housesitters, they are great at solving murders. Tune into iZombie tonight at 9p on The CW to see what personality Liz transforms into after she eats the brain of the latest murdered victim. McIver should get more credit for the awesome job she does taking on a new persona every week so flawlessly.
Talking about McIver, I didn’t realize she was wearing a wig on the show. I thought they dyed her hair that bleached blonde.
Just when you thought our televisions would be a little less musical without of Glee, here comes Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The musical comedy debuts at 8p tonight at on The CW and it’s crazy good!
Back in 2005, Rebecca (Rachel Bloom) dated Josh Chan (Vincent Rodriguez III) at summer camp, but their love ended when their parents came to pick them up.
Now 10 years later, she is a successful lawyer in NYC who is about to be made partner. Only problem is that she isn’t sure she wants it. When she is outside contemplating her future, she see Josh Chan. The two of them reconnect in a special way, but he is moving back to West Covina, Ca.
She decides to quit her job and move to West Covina, but it is not because of Josh Chan.
As soon as she gets settled, she takes a job there as a lawyer. Paula (Donna Lynne Champlin) is her paralegal and she doesn’t trust Rebecca.
Now that she has an apartment and a job, she decides it is time to find Josh Chan. Instead she finds his friend Greg (Santino Fontana) and he falls for her. She doesn’t feel the same way, but he is her way to find Josh Chan.
Will her path cross with Josh Chan again? You will just have to watch and sing along to find out. It’s Monday and we all need something to sing about, and this is it.
Then at 9p, Jane the Virgin is back. The episode starts off where the season finale ended. We find out what happened to Mateo and how Jane (Gina Rodriguez) and Rafael (Justin Baldoni) can get their baby back. How long will this plotline last? What would be the fun in telling you?
Elsewhere on the show, her mother, Xo (Andrea Navedo), and father, Rogelio de la Vega (Jaime Camil), have not told anyone they are married. Petra (Yael Grobglas) is deciding what to do with the last of her ex-husband’s sperm. And then there’s Michael (Brett Dier) who continues to remain the nice guy.
I know I am not telling you much, but there are so many surprises during the season premiere, I want you to enjoy them just like I did.
I will tell you one thing, the show is just as enjoyable as it was last year. Not that many sophomore shows can say that and this one of the rare few.
If you have been wondering how The Vampire Diaries will go on without Elena (Nina Dobrev), then tonight at 8p on The CW you are going to get your answer.
The episode takes place a little while after the season finale and they are trying to get on with their lives. But then the Heretics come to Mystic Falls and the town will never be the same.
Stefan (Paul Wesley), Damon (Ian Somerhalder), Caroline (Candice Accola) and Bonnie (Kat Graham) have to come up with a plan to keep peace among the two groups, but will it work? We will have to tune in every week to find out.
I wasn’t sure if The Vampire Diaries could go on without its leading lady, but tonight they proved that they can. In fact, I think they have proven it much better than some other veteran shows who have yet to prove that they should’ve come back this season.
iZombie is back on The CW tonight at 9p and Liv (Rose McIver) is as grumpy as we are that we had to wait this long for a new episode.
The show picks up three months after the season finale and we find out how Liv’s brother is doing since his sister didn’t give him her blood. She will suffer ramifications from that decision, but she had to do it. Even though the cost was great. How costly was it?
We also get to see how Major (Robert Buckley) and Blaine (David Anders) are doing since they were given the Zombie cure. Are they still Zombie-free or did it work?
Now when it comes to why Liv is so grumpy, it has to deal with the murder she is investigating. Clive Babineaux (Malcolm Goodwin) and her are trying to find out who killed the miserable old man on the block. Once Liv’s eats his brains, she turns into a major grump.
There is a new threat to Liv and the Zombies, and he is played by Steven Weber. It will be interesting to see how long he sticks around for because he goes from series to series.
One thing I hope that sticks around for a while is iZombie because I love the fresh take on the overdone genre.
Tonight at 9:30p on The CW’s The Significant Mother Jonathan Silverman is reunited with his Weekend at Bernie’s co-star Terry Kiser. The two men recreate a moment that looks a lot like a scene from their 1989 legendary movie. Not only will we get to see them working together again, I am sure we will be laughing just as hard.
If you have never seen The CW sitcom tune in tonight for a show that has you laughing from the beginning until the end of the episode. It is unlike anything else on television which is a good thing on its own, but the humor makes it even better. Then once you’ve enjoyed the show, you can watch the first few episodes on The CW app. This way you can find out how Jimmy (Nathaniel Buzolic) started hooking up with his best friend and roommate Nate’s (Josh Zuckerman) recently seperated mother (Krista Allen). Silverman is Nate’s dad and still thinks he has a chance of getting his wife back. Like I said, there is nothing else like it on television.