Easter Egg Hunt: Supernatural Joins the Arrowverse?!?

Welcome back to our monthly Easter Egg Hunt! If you’re new here, this is the drill: I’ve been banned from watching DCTV with my friends because they claim I can’t keep my mouth shut during the episodes.

Arrowverse: Mini-Crossovers Could Make For Major Fun

One of my favorite things about the DCTV universe—most specifically the shows on The CW—is the crossover events.

The Hope and Watchability of Supergirl

Since its debut, The CW’s Supergirl has been met with some sadly all-too-familiar complaints.

Easter Egg Hunt: The Joker’s Daughter and the Return of Wally West

April has begun, and that means Easter is right around the corner. We know that this year, traditional Easter egg hunts may be in short supply—but we can still have them Couch Club-style!

Supergirl: Lena Luthor is Not Your Villain

Supergirl's 100th episode, "It's a Super Life," stepped back from the main action of the season and gave Kara the chance to try to repair her relationship with Lena through Mr.

Easter Egg Hunt: Vampires and Demons and Thieves (Oh My!!!)

How have you been doing, DC fans? Easter might be one month away, but that doesn’t mean we have to wait until then to go on an Easter egg hunt. We can have one every time we watch #DCTV.

Easter Egg Hunt: A Post-Crisis World

Well, it happened again. I’ve been banned from watching DCTV shows with my friends because I won’t shut up during the episodes. I can’t help it, there are so many cool comic book references to point out!

Supergirl's David Harewood Brings Back a Classic DC Villain

You’d think Martian Manhunter had enough on his mind these days without also trying to direct an episode of Supergirl.

Breaking News: The CW's Superman & Lois Gets a Series Order

For the first time since the conclusion of Smallville in 2011, the Man of Steel will anchor his own TV show…and this time, he’ll be suited up and ready f

Unlocking the History of the Multiverse

The CW’s recent “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event exposed more people than ever before to the concept of DC’s Multiverse—the expanse of differing “Earths," each with their own unique makeup of superheroes and villains.

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