Last night ended the The CWs #DCWEEK 4 Part Crossover event, and we as fans were amazed at not only a fantastic story-line but the chemistry between characters leaves us hoping there will be more unity between these shows in the future.
THE FLASH RACES TO ITS MOST WATCHED EPISODE IN TWO YEARS AS #DCWEEK SPEEDS UP
Things are heating up as #DCweek crosses over to The Flash…
The Flash Hits Season Highs in All Key Demos as the Heroes vs. Aliens Crossover Event Continues
November 30, 2016 (Burbank, CA) – With The CWs DC crossover week in full speed, last nights THE FLASH raced to its most watched episode (4.09M) in almost two years (12/9/14) and its highest rated episode of the season, according to preliminary fast affiliate ratings from Nielsen Media Research for November 29, 2016.
‘DARE TO DEFY’ AS THE CW ANNOUNCES ITS MIDSEASON SCHEDULE
Change is in the air for The CW2016/2017 midseason as we watch The Vampire Diaries come to an end after 8 terrific season and meet some new faces with the premiere of Riverdale…So grab yopur calendars and mark the dates below as The CW announces its midseason lineup!
There’s not much to say yet except… wow! This season is really kicking it off with a bang, it’s honestly a great show and every episode has kept me entertained from beginning to end… even though there has only been around 3 episodes so far. Although it’s really quite good, I’ve noticed something about the show.
When The Flash premiered on the CW in 2014, it won glowing reviews from comic fans and newcomers alike. With charming performers like Grant Gustin(Barry Allen/The Flash), Jesse L. Martin (Joe West), Carlos Valdes(Cisco Ramon), and Tom Cavanagh(Harrison Wells) at the core of the cast and ingenious special effects delivering a super heroic punch, the Arrow spin-off quickly became the most watched show in the network’s history. But there was a hitch in The Flash’s sprint to TV greatness. Through no fault of the actresses playing its female leads, characters Iris West and Caitlin Snow have never quite matched the stride of the show itself when it’s humming on all cylinders. But the third-season premiere proves that The Flash has finally figured out how to use one of its leading ladies.