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Dynasty is being setup for a reboot over at The CW… the 80s are back, folks. Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, the creators of Gossip Girl, is developing a reboot of the 1980s mainstay, Dynasty. The series ran from 1981 to 1989 and followed the feud between insanely rich families the Carringtons and the Colbys.… read more

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TV

September 28 2016

CW gears up for a big season

The CW is gearing up for a big season it seems and is making several moves to make sure you don’t forget it. Despite most networks already being a couple weeks into their fall seasons, The CW kicks off its new episodes next week, and to that end it has launched a new sizzle reel… read more

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The 1980s is becoming hot again for reboots, and next up is The Lost Boys. Released in July 1987, The Lost Boys has become one of those 1980s films that it feels like everyone on the Earth has seen. It was a unique take on vampire films, and it was just fun. On the off… read more

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It sounds as though The CW has a lot in store for us this year on its DC shows, and a lot of it sounds awesome. The CW held its panel at the Television Critics Association meetings and there was a ton of news for all of its DC shows. Arrow At long last, season… read more

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Supergirl finally has the family together as her cousin Superman is set to make his debut in season two of the series. As Supergirl moves to The CW this fall, along with it will finally come the debut of Kal El, better known as Clark Kent and Superman. Tyler Hoechlin was chosen to play the key… read more

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Yet another unusual bit of casting news has surfaced for all of the DC shows on The CW. In May it was announced that Wentworth Miller had signed on as a “universe regular” across all of the Greg Berlanti shows on The CW meaning Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and the recently added Supergirl.… read more

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It may feel like the TV season just wound down, but already we know when all of our favorite shows will return to the networks. Through out September and October all of our favorite shows, as well as all of the new ones will be making their debuts. The first couple of weeks are relatively… read more

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At long last the Supergirl TV series will be able to stop making excuses as to why we never see Superman. Supergirl played out its first season on CBS where several references were made to Superman, and we saw him either in shadows or at a distance, but we never saw him up close. That… read more

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While not as harsh as previous years, this was still not a good year for cancellations on the TV networks. With the cancellations over, and the upfronts completed showing off the new series, it’s time to look over what happened at the networks this season. Networks ABC – 12 CBS – 8 Fox – 7 NBC – 11… read more

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The dust has settled from all of the 2016 upfronts, so now it’s time to see how your week of television watching will shape up come this fall. Be sure to check out all of the upfront breakdowns for descriptions of the new shows. ABC CBS FOX NBC The CW ABC can’t seem to get… read more

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The CW has announced its 2016/2017 schedule, and there are a few scheduling changes and a peppering of new shows. New shows are in all caps, and all times are Eastern. MONDAY 8 pm Supergirl 9 pm Jane the Virgin TUESDAY 8 pm The Flash 9 pm NO TOMORROW WEDNESDAY 8 pm Arrow 9 pm… read more

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Supergirl is coming back for season 2, but she will be calling a new network home. Debuting this season on CBS, Supergirl has pulled in okay numbers, but not great ones. As renewal season approached there started to be some chatter that the show wouldn’t be renewed, or it could pull an unusual move on… read more

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