Last night, while Downtown Los Angeles became a hotbed of newsworthy activities that spun into a mourning for pop music, music television, and culture as a whole, the Hollywood hills provided something quite different.
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Lois Lane’s sister Lucy Lane is coming to CBS’s Supergirl, and Entertainment Weekly has your first look at Jenna Dewan Tatum in the role. “We hope to explore the history that Lucy has with James Olsen — or, as Lucy knows him, Jimmy Olsen,” said Supergirl executive producer Ali Adler.
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Arrow co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim has been fairly vocal about the likelihood – or lack thereof – that a Green Lantern could appear on Arrow.
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Sure he’s only had three appearances (with two being after-credits teasers), but Thanos is one of the biggest and baddest threats in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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It was years ago that TV critic Alan Sepinwall said something to me that I’ve remembered ever since and that he doesn’t remember saying: that writing about television was shifting its focus from what is said before shows are on to what is said after shows are on.
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This has been the summer of Mr. Robot. USA’s hacker drama went from that show with the goofy title to a minor TV obsession for many who got wrapped up in its coolly paranoid charms.
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