Well, that didn't take long!
Now that The CW has officially ordered The Flash to series, TVGuide.com can exclusively reveal that the first Arrow-Flash crossover will occur much sooner than fans might've expected: Stephen Amell, who plays Arrow's emerald archer Oliver Queen, appears in The Flash pilot!
The Arrow spin-off stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, a scientist who's gifted with the power of super-speed in the aftermath of a freak accident that transforms him into the Fastest Man Alive. Given that Barry originated on Arrow, it seems only fitting for Oliver to return the favor, but there's a twist:
TNT is developing a Firestarter sequel series written and produced by Supernatural's Robbie Thompson, the network announced Wednesday.
The Shop follows Charlie McGee, a girl with pryokinetic abilities, 20 years after seemingly destroying the mysterious organization that once exploited her. Now, Charlie has been tracked down by one of The Shop's former members, Henry Talbot, who introduces Charlie to other people with supernatural abilities. Upon learning The Shop is alive and worse than ever, the group teams up to destroy it for good.
It's official: Marc Guggenheim deserves a vacation. In the past few years, he's not only been executive producing and writing The CW's Arrow, he's also been penning screenplays (Green Lantern, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and Perry Mason for Robert Downey Jr.), and agreeing to take over the X-Men comic at Marvel. Oh, and he just published his first novel, a political legal thriller called Overwatch. Who needs sleep, right?
NBC has released trailers for its new fall series, including Marry Me, starring Casey Wilson, and Constantine, based on the Hellblazer comics. Check them out below.
Based on the popular comic book series Hellblazer, Constantine stars Matt Ryan as the titular demon hunter and master of the occult. He struggles with his faith as he is haunted by the sins of his past, but he is suddenly thrust into the role of defending humanity from the gathering forces of darkness...
NBC has given series orders to DC Comics drama Constantine, Debra Messing cop dramedy The Mysteries of Laura, rom-com A to Z, NASA comedy Mission Control, Kate Walsh's Bad Judge and midseason entry One Big Happy, TVGuide.com has learned.