Emily Bett Rickards, Stephen Amell
Between the Dark Knight films, Teen Titans Go!, and the Amell-icousness of Arrow, DC Comics and DC Entertainment have given us a lot to be happy about lately. Now they're giving fans the chance to score some sweet, once-in-a-lifetime goodies and do some serious good with "We Can Be Heroes," the comic-book empire's ongoing charity-giving campaign benefiting hunger-relief groups in the Horn of Africa. Built around members of the Justice League, each week in this latest leg of the WCBH push features perks like set visits, signed books and other awesome swag, all up for grabs to goodhearted folks who donate to the cause. Here, DC Comics creative chief officer Geoff Johns, and Arrow executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg explain the campaign and how TV's hottest hooded vigilante factors in to the philanthropy this week.
Get ready for your new sci-fi obsession, kids! Here's your first look at the extended promo for Almost Human, which Fox will debut Sunday's Family Guy premiere (9/8c).
The buddy-cop-with-a-twist series is the brainchild of J.J. Abrams and Fringe vet Joel Wyman. Starring Star Trek's Karl Urban and Common Law 's Michael Ealy, and set in the year 2048, Human tells the story of John Kennex (Urban), a human detective who's paired with a synthetic sidekick named Dorian (Ealy) after an ambush kills his entire crew.
Stephen Amell, Michael Jai White
Watch your back, Ollie! Arrow's central bow-slinger will be facing more than just inner demons when the superhero hit returns for Season 2. "Michael Jai White is playing Bronze Tiger and he is such a badass," executive producer Marc Guggenheim says of the claw-bearing killer about to rock Starling City. "His performance, our kick-ass stunt department, our incredibly talented costumer designer, and our very gifted props master...they've all combined their A-games to create a really great representation of this DC Comics character."
Three-time Emmy winner James Spader is back on TV, but this time, the Boston Legal vet is on the dark side of the justice system.
"I thought this character would be fun," he says of Raymond "Red" Reddington, the enigmatic international career criminal at the center of this hook-filled drama. "He's stubborn about what he says and doesn't say." Sitting in his dressing room at the show's studio at New York's Chelsea Piers, Spader is as...
In a purrfect world, we would have gotten a second season of ABC Family's The Nine Lives of Chloe King. Unfortunately, 2011's cult fave about a teen (Skyler Samuels) descended from an ancient race of cat people only had one life to live, so fans were left with a lot of questions after its cliffhanger — and a lingering hope that they'd someday hear good news about the rumored Chloe King TV-movie.
Kevin Bacon and Shawn Ashmore
Will there be bad blood between The Following's fellas in Season 2? Apparently so, since executive producer Kevin Williamson reveals that "Ryan and Mike confront each other at a crime scene in New York" when Fox's grisly thriller returns in early 2014.
The chase-or-be-chased craziness of Capture continues as the remaining teams face another round of challenges doled out to them by host Luke Tipple. But who is this Aussie overseeing The CW's Hunger Games—meets-tag competition? Turns out, he's more than just a pretty — and pretty familiar-looking — face.
Pretty Little Liars
Rosewood's resident liars are suiting up, Edwardian-style, for Pretty Little Liars' annual Halloween episode (Oct. 22 on ABC Family). And according to Ian Harding, who plays Ezra (aka the newly revealed A), the hour will find the girls up to their corsets in scares.