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SDCC 16: DCTV Massive ‘Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, and Legends’ Presentation

SDCC 16: DCTV Massive ‘Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, and Legends’ Presentation

This year at San Diego Comic-Con The CW was pulling no stops when it came to their own DC panels. While the cinematic universe debuted trailers for Wonder Woman and Justice League the Television division was hard at work crossing over 4 different shows. They included the original DCTV show Arrow the masked vigilante of

Pearl Mackie

Diversity Aboveground: TV Winners & Losers 2016

It’s that time of year again to reflect on what television gave us this season and whether next season will be better in TV Winners & Losers 2016. Winners: Literary Fans Assuming they’re willing to put down their latest novel, book lovers will have more than usual to choose from on television. ABC will have

Massive DCTV Crossover Event Coming to The CW; Will They Adapt ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’?!

Earlier this week it was announced that CBS’s Supergirl TV Show had moved networks over to The CW. She will joined the DCTV Universe of Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. Now during The CW Upfronts it was announced that a massive crossover event will happen between all four shows. This shouldn’t come as

Jay Hernandez, Will Smith and Margot Robbie

Diversity Aboveground: DC Films, the Good and the Bad

The current slate of DC Comics films are representative of Hollywood as a whole. There’s still an emphasis on Caucasians especially males. People of color appear to be cast for brownie points. Different sexual orientations are just about non-existent. However, there are some bright spots. Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice Two Caucasian male actors

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Diversity Aboveground: New Fall Tv!

The Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film found that this previous television season contained at least 70% of new programming without a female show-runner, creator, director, writer and/or editor. Only two percent of female Directors of Photography were female. Of the new directors who had never worked in television before last

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