Articles for Smallville Season 10

Smallville is coming to a close this season whether we like it or not. While it may be a sure thing that Clark will fly, the Superman suit is on its way and Lois and Clark will be together in the end, getting there is over half the fun. And to keep up with all, BuddyTV wants your help. For the final season, we‘re looking for a Fan Columnist, a devoted fan with a hunger to write weekly recaps for Smallville. A Fan Columnist will highlight all the important moments with their own twist and insights.  Read more »
After spending the majority of the Smallville season 10 premiere being tortured while naked, the Green Arrow is returning to pleather and archery for the final season‘s second episode.  Read more »
After months of intense anticipation to see how the Blur will survive that deadly fall, Smallville kicks off its tenth and final season. "Lazarus" arrives with the stepping-stones for Clark Kent‘s final journey in becoming the world‘s greatest hero.  With callbacks to the past and evil looming everywhere, it looks like we have a mind-twisting season ahead of us and if you blink you might miss something.RevelationsJust as I had feared after the finale, Lois Lane is the one to find Clark‘s body.  Cradling him in the iconic position, Lois pleads for him not to leave her while Clark faces off with Jor-El in the abyss between life and death. Jor-El sounds from above to lecture Clark in the never-ending evils of the world.  Challenging his old man, Clark insists he send him back to Earth.  Jor-El goes silent and the possibility of Clark dying sinks in for a moment but that‘s not what caused a gasp.  Looking around, Clark sees a familiar bald figure.  That‘s right, Lex Luthor is there in limbo.  Unfortunately it is not Michael Rosenbaum but it gets the blood pumping nonetheless.  With a flash of light the sun is up and the Blue Kryptonite dagger is out.  Who knows how long Lois waited to pull it out but seeing her man start to awaken, she runs off and watches her hero heal in the sun before superspeeding away. Read more »
There are two ways to deal with your loved ones choosing to leave.  You can respect their decision or you can go out looking to bring them back.  It was refreshing to see Clark choose to respect Lois‘ decision to take the job in Africa.In the latest episode, "Shield," our characters are taught a lesson in acceptance of their roles in saving the world. Read more »
Look!  In the sky!  It‘s a bird!  It‘s a plane!  It‘s Uber Girl!  Power Girl?  Mega Girl?  The episode may be called "Supergirl" but we can‘t give her that "Super" title before our Man of Steel gets his, now can we?  Tonight‘s episode marked the return of Clark‘s super-powered cousin, Kara-El.  But this family reunion isn‘t all hugs and laughs, although there are some LOL-worthy moments.  Darkness is afoot and our heroes are forced to face it head-on.  Read more »
Very few shows make it to 200 episodes.  And even fewer deliver their best episode 10 seasons in.  I was expecting the episode to be good but I did not expect it to take over the position of my favorite episode of the series.With everything but Lex Luthor and the tights, tonight‘s groundbreaking episode, "Homecoming," looks back at the past and provides a glimpse of the future as Clark discovers the darkness within him.  Read more »
The CW has always been a fifth place network, coming in behind ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX. But now, on Friday nights, that‘s no longer true.In total viewers, the CW beat FOX on Friday night, led by the 200th episode of Smallville that earned the show‘s best rating since moving to Friday nights last season. The lead-in also helped give Supernatural a huge boost.  Read more »
Today is apparently International Caps Lock Day on the Internet, and the BuddyTV writers aren‘t just celebrating: We‘re cele-berating, by using our caps lock key to virtually yell at the people on TV who piss us off.They may be kind of hard to read, but isn‘t that the point? It‘s clear these characters are in need of some serious tough love. Read them, then try your own!  Read more »
This show really loves to tease the flight card, doesn‘t it?  Everyone seems to get to fly before Clark.  While it doesn‘t bother me, it‘s driving plenty of fans nuts.In the latest episode, "Isis", an ancient Egyptian spirit possesses Lois and Clark must decide what he‘s willing to risk in the name of love.  Read more »
A Halloween episode where no one gets possessed?  Now that is refreshing!  No zombies, no vampires, no witches - just some good old children of the corn.  In the latest episode, "Harvest", Lois, Clark and Tess all learn a lesson in faith as the dynamic duo face off against a misguided Amish community while Tess struggles in curing little Alexander. Read more »
Meeting the in-laws can make or break a relationship.  Lucky for Clark, he‘s already met the Lane clan.  But having General Sam Lane show up just as he‘s about have sex with his daughter does not make Clark look like the world‘s best boyfriend.The latest episode, "Ambush", has Clark taking on the General, who has brought more trouble with him than just Lois‘ kid sister, Lucy.  Read more »
This week Smallville is getting a very big guest star: Teri Hatcher. The current Desperate Housewives star famously played Lois Lane on the ‘90s TV series Lois and Clark: The Adventures of Superman, and now she‘s taking on the role of Lois Lane‘s mom.  Read more »
It is the considerable opinion of BuddyTV that the people should not be allowed to vote. This morning the 2011 People‘s Choice Award nominees were announced and the choices are less than inspired. Sure, like a broken clock, some of the choices show an impressive exhibition of taste (nominating Ian Somerhalder‘s highly entertaining performance on The Vampire Diaries), but mostly, it‘s an embarrassment. Read more »
Things may go nuclear in Smallville but the nuclear family is nowhere to be found.  Everyone carries with them the ghost of a lost parent.  Even Clark, who grew up in the adopted nuclear Kent family, carries the ghosts of his Kryptonian parents.In tonight‘s emotionally creepy episode, "Abandoned", our characters are faced with the losses of their pasts and must find a way to fill the voids left behind.  Read more »
One man‘s heroism is another man‘s terrorism.  It‘s heroes versus the government, only the government is corrupted - and not in the way you might think.With the return of Arthur Curry, a.k.a. Aquaman or just A.C., the latest episode, "Patriot", gives our heroes a new perspective on doing their civic duty.  Read more »
Blood may be thicker than water but it does not define who you are.  Blood doesn‘t corrupt but people do.With the title "Luthor" you can expect to get a lesson in corruption.  And who better to get it from than the master of corruption himself, Lionel Luthor.  Read more »
Do you want to be on Smallville? Now you can be. For the show‘s final season, the show is sponsoring a super contest called Believe in Heroes where fans can win the chance to appear on the show‘s February 4 episode, "Beacon."  Read more »
Life‘s an adventure.  You can be on top of the world one second and beneath it the next.  Happiness is precious but one shouldn‘t let it blind them from the dangers lurking outside their front door.In the latest episode, "Icarus", Clark and our other heroes are made aware of these dangers as General Slade returns and the VRA targets civilians.  Read more »
The CW finally unveiled its mid-season schedule today, though there isn‘t much new to talk about. The only real gap in the network‘s schedule came from Life Unexpected coming to an end, a problem being solved by the weight-loss reality show Shedding for the Wedding.  Read more »
Smallville will come to an end this May after 10 seasons, and with only 11 episodes left, I‘ve started thinking about how I want it all to end. Since everyone watching already knows the Superman mythology, it‘s safe to say Clark Kent and Lois Lane will survive, but how would you like the series to wrap everything up?  Read more »
In an instance of the worst timing ever, Smallville‘s scheduled episode for February 4 features a tragic storyline that is eerily similar to the recent events in Arizona. According to the official episode description, Martha Kent, Clark‘s mother and a congresswoman, appears at a pro-vigilante rally and gets shot on national television.  Read more »
There‘s a lot of CW casting tidbits and other news going around, so here‘s a quick summary of the bits on all your favorite shows.  Read more »
When we last saw Smallville in 2010, the attendees of Hawkman‘s funeral all suddenly passed out in the temple, causing confusion for fans. When the show returns Friday, January 28 at 8pm on the CW, the mystery of what happened will be revealed, and it involves Chloe Sullivan.  Read more »
Imagine the worst thing that‘s ever happened in the history of the world and then double it. Now you‘re prepared for the news that will mark Supernatural fans‘ Day of Infamy.The CW is postponing the scheduled returns of Smallville and Supernatural one week. The two were originally scheduled to have new episodes Friday, January 28, the first new episodes in seven weeks. But now the network is pushing them back, so the new episodes won‘t air until February 4.  Read more »
Mirrored realities.  Alternate realities.  Clark Kent has just about seen them all.  But what about virtual realities?As our heroes find their way through a Matrix-like world in the latest episode, "Collateral", they are forced to deal with festering trust issues brought about with the return of their friend, Chloe.  Read more »
Chloe is back on Smallville after going AWOL to head up the Suicide Squad, but it looks like everything is falling back into place now that she‘s returned. And by falling into place, I mean falling into bed.  Read more »
May is still a long time away, but the CW already has big plans for the finales of its Friday night sci-fi/fantasy shows, Smallville and Supernatural. Both shows will get special two-hour season finales (or in the case of Smallville, a series finale).  Read more »
It‘s  official: the Smallville series finale will be complete. After months of speculation, TVLIne has learned that Michael Rosenbaum will return to the series for the final episode as the one and only Lex Luthor.  Read more »
They‘re baaaaack...And with the Luthors back in business, who knows what havoc there is to be wreaked.  But never fear, the father of evil may be back but so is our hero‘s mother, fighting to keep hope alive.In the latest episode, "Beacon", the fight between good and evil is put to the test as the Luthors reclaim their place in society and our heroes fight to repeal the VRA. Read more »
On the last episode of Smallville, the Lex Luthor clone Alexander returned with a murderous rage. Now played by Lucas Grabeel (who previously played a young Lex Luthor back in season 6), Alexander tried to kill Clark, Martha and Lionel, though failed on all accounts. When Tess Mercer tried to end his reign with a syringe full of cyanide, however, it was revealed that Alexander is also a Man of Steel as the needle bent when it touched his skin.So who is this mysterious Alexander? Based on this new photo from the March 4 episode, "Scion," he isn‘t Alexander at all: he‘s Connor Kent, aka Superboy.  Read more »
Darkness is afoot.  Will you succumb to it or suffer a lethal fate?  Clark has faced off with two agents of the Unholy Trinity but one remains and he‘s out for blood.In tonight‘s episode, "Masquerade", our heroes come head-to-head with the darkness while finding ways to stay true to their identities.  Read more »
One month ago One Tree Hill did an episode about Brooke‘s bachelorette party told Hangover-style as the girls tried to remember what happened on their wild night. I guess the CW really likes that idea, because now Smallville is doing the same thing. When Lois and Clark go out to celebrate their bachelor and bachelorette parties, they have a an unrememberable night.  Read more »
In ten years, we‘ve had weddings, we‘ve had receptions and, I think it‘s safe to say, they rarely ever go as planned.  So why should the bachelor/bachelorette party for Lois and Clark be any different?In the latest episode, "Fortune", Clark and the gang wake up in questionable circumstances when Zatanna casts a spell on their champagne.  Let the mayhem begin...  Read more »
When you were a teenager, there‘s a good chance you didn‘t always listen to your parents.  Now if your dad is Lionel Luthor, I don‘t blame you.  I wouldn‘t listen to him either.  But if the trustworthy Clark Kent has been less than honest with you, whom do you trust?In tonight‘s episode, "Scion", our hero gets a lesson in parenting when Tess drops an expected surprise off at the Kent Farm.  Read more »
Smallville returns this Friday to finish out the series with its last six episodes. First up, Clark gets some blasts from another world as the mirror box and the alternate universe where Clark was raised by Lionel Luthor makes a comeback.  Read more »
Luthor and Kent family values have come head-to-head severaltimes over the past 10 years on Smallville, but which will win out when all is said and done? Just when you think you‘ve picked aside, the other has a way of creeping up on you.The latest episode, "Kent," marks the return of JonathanKent and the infamous Clark Luthor. While it may be the same Clark Luthor we‘ve seen before, Clark is faced with a very different Jonathan, and must channel the real Jonathan to save the day.  Read more »
There have been plenty of memorable guest stars over the 10 seasons of Smallville. But few have been as instantly entertaining as this week‘s new hero, Booster Gold, played by Days of Our Lives star Eric Martsolf.Booster is a cocky, smug, self-promoting hero from the future who loves being in the spotlight more than saving people and whose 1,000-watt smile charms all the ladies (well, almost all). Martsolf (who previously worked with Justin Hartley on Passions), perfectly captures the character‘s smug exterior while simultaneously infusing him with heart and some very valuable lessons for Clark Kent.  Read more »
Are you sick ofall those masked men blurring their way in and out without so much as a helloor goodbye? Are you going tosettle for anything less than the gold standard? His powers may impress you, but Booster Gold is no Blur.In the latestepisode, "Booster," Clark is met with a fame-craving hero who is out tooutshine Metropolis‘ Man of Steel. Maybe it‘s time to take those glasses off. Read more »
Oliver may have gone off to Star City with his new wife Chloe on Smallville, but he‘s back this week to help Clark on a very dangerous mission: heading to the Phantom Zone.  Read more »
THIS IS SPARTA! I mean Krypton! Either way, prepare yourself, because it‘s a fight to the death. This round we have Clark Kent up against ... Oliver Queen? There has to be a catch here somewhere.The latest episode, "Dominion," marks the return of Zod, and it‘s safe to assume Clark won‘t be happy to see his twice-defeated foe again. Read more »
This week brings the last episode of Smallville before the two-hour series finale, and the show is dusting off some memorable but more minor villains to take on last stab at Clark and his friends before the finale brings Lex Luthor back into the equation.  Read more »
The three big networks -- FOX, ABC, and CBS -- were neck and neck last night for ratings, with CBS finally coming out on top in pure number of viewers with shows like CSI: NY and Blue Bloods.Fringe, FOX‘s X-Files-esque cult favorite, was down 10% last night for its season finale, with 3.30 million. But never fear, because Fringe will be back for a fourth season. Fringe has slowly lost viewers over the course of its three seasons, despite progressing tremendously in terms of story. The season 1 finale was watched by 9.28 million, while 5.68 million tuned in for the season 2 finale. Will interest in Fringe continue to dwindle over season 4, or can the show regain some of its following? Read more »
The countdown is officially on and everyone is feeling the pressure. And I‘m not just talking about the fans. With the wedding getting closer and closer and the darkness increasing, our heroes have their work cut out for them. But not without one last trial to get through.In the latest episode, "Prophecy," Lois walks a mile in Clark‘s shoes while Oliver searches for a cure to the darkness.  Read more »
The two-hour Smallville series finale, airing this Friday at 8pm on the CW, promises to be an epic event. Not only will it feature the return of Michael Rosenbaum as Lex Luthor, but it also has the wedding of Lois and Clark. Hopefully.  Read more »
We‘re just days away from the highly anticipated two-hour series finale of Smallville. Fans can get ready for the Smallville series finale by downloading the previous seasons on iTunes. Even better, for a limited time get FREE downloads of each season premiere plus discounts on season 1-9.  What could be better than that? How about a contest for BuddyTV readers and an exclusive clip from the final season?  Read more »
The Smallville series finale promises to be a big event, especially with the return of Michael Rosenbaum as Lex Luthor. The actor has been off the show for nearly three years, but that doesn‘t stop him from getting right back into the action.  Read more »
"Do you believe a man can fly?" That was a question Lex Luthor posed to Clark Kent ten years ago, and now it can finally be answeredYES! A man can fly!In the series‘ last episode, "Finale," Clark takes the final step in becoming the world‘s greatest hero.  Read more »
After 10 years on the air, Clark Kent flew off into the sunset last night. The two-hour season finale of Smallville was up, up and away, beating last week‘s ratings and tying for a season high. Elsewhere, season finales everywhere ended with slight ups.CW‘s Smallville ended its run last night with a 63% increase, and a season high of 3.34 million. The ratings increase is to be expected for a series finale, but it‘s still nice to see Supes get a well-watched sendoff. What did everyone think of the series finale? Did Clark & Co. say goodbye in style? Read more »
Smallville season 10 is the show‘s final season. Look back at all the episodes, recap,s photos and more from the last year of Clark Kent on the CW.Slideshow‘Smallville‘: A Decade Long Journey To Becoming A Superhero Read more »
Here‘s your BuddyTV High Five: The five big moments and questions from tonight‘s episode of Smallville, "Dominion."High Five Highlights:1. Tension amasses between friends when Oliver ignores Clark‘s warnings and follows him through the portal into the Phantom Zone.2. In the Phantom Zone, they are imprisoned by Zod, whom Clark defeated in season 6. Zod is out for revenge.3. Zod has a private talk with Oliver, serving him an ultimatum -- embrace the darkness within him and kill Clark, or die.4. Lois discovers a plan hatched by Tess and Clark. If they do not return from the Phantom Zone in three hours, Tess will destroy the crystal, the only gateway between Earth and the Phantom Zone, locking them inside forever. Lois puts a stop to this by holding Tess at gunpoint.5. Oliver appears to have accepted Zod‘s offer and attacks Clark in the arena. After an action-filled battle, Clark is stabbed in the abdomen by Oliver. Zod approaches to deal the final blow, but before the moment of truth Clark grabs the crystal from Zod and they make their escape. Apparently, this was the plan all along. Read more »
Today the nominations for the 2011 Teen Choice Awards were announced, and as usual, it‘s a collection of obvious choices. Guess what? Teens still love Twilight, and they also really like Justin Bieber, Glee and Justin Timberlakie (who, at 30 years old, will probably be given a Lifetime Achievement Award next year). Read more »
Finally! Comic-Con has begun to release its schedule for the 2011 festivities at the San Diego Convention Center. As you might imagine, there are plenty of TV-related events going on throughout the days. In case you didn‘t want to wade through the entirety of the events schedule, we have a listing of just the television events and panels. Read more »
At one point in your life, you were bound to wish for superpowers. Too bad you‘re not in a TV show with a plot to make you save the world. Luckily, the fictional world still offers us countless beings able to leap tall buildings, shoot lasers out of their eyes, turn invisible or look less goofy in a cape.  Read more »
It‘s safe to say that the final episodes of Chuck may spend some time going in new directions. Chuck and Sarah are now newlyweds instead of star-crossed lovers. The fallout from season 4 has left the entire crew out of the CIA and making a go of it in the private sector. Oh, and Morgan gets to be the Intersect now.While today‘s news incorporates a lot of those changes (especially in the types of missions Chuck & Co. will undertake), it still focuses on one of the greatest parts of Chuck: the guest stars. Read more »
Laura Vandervoort has captivated TV viewers with her non-human roles, including Kara Zor-El (Supergirl) on the television series Smallville and the reptilian humanoid Lisa on V. This holiday, however, she‘s returning to the small screen to play an ambitious marketing executive "who gets more than she bargained for" on the ABC Family series Desperately Seeking Santa.Check out Vandervoort‘s recent Q & A where she talks about her new romantic comedy series, her Scrooge-like role and her other upcoming project. Read more »
Let‘s call tonight‘s edition of Buddy Bites the "legal edition". Do you have your Law & Order ba-bumps handy? Before reading each item, play that sound byte -- it makes for an authentic experience. On to tonight‘s bits then: Read more »
Now that Castle season 4 is taking a break until the new year, it‘s time to take a good, long look at which actors might be appearing when the show returns in 2012. And the most recent piece of casting news will bring Jennifer Beals to the mystery drama.  Read more »
Want more Vampire Diaries?Sure, we‘ve had our episode for the week, but that doesn‘t mean we can‘t have more of The Vampire Diaries to take us into the weekend. Keep reading for news on returning characters, new arrivals, and that moment between Klaus and Caroline. Read more »
Another round of casting bits, then? Tonight, we have lots, including a new mystery character on Once Upon A Time, a Buffy alum heading to Grimm, and two athletes taking a trip to Hawaii. But let‘s begin in a courthouse... Read more »
Everyone comes from somewhere, and Walter Sherman of The Finder is no exception. The show has recently cast three actors to play members of Walter‘s strange and estranged family. And one of those actors has a very, very close connection to Finder star Geoff Stults.Who will make up the Family Sherman? Keep reading to find out! Read more »
On this week‘s episode of The Vampire Diaries, the show takes us back 100 years in the past. What mysteries of the past -- and present -- might turn up in this flashback? Keep reading for a promo video and spoilers from "1912." Read more »
We love our superheroes. The fact that we are just weeks away from the release of The Avengers is exciting. Finding out this weekend EPIX is hosting a marathon of our beloved superheroes hosted by Stan Lee himself really gets us excited. BuddyTV wants to get you really soaring by also giving away a copy of The Amazing Spider-Man Back in Black signed by Stan Lee. Keep reading to learn more about the Marvel Heroes Weekend, how to enter to win the comic book and more opportunities to win signed stuff.     Read more »
As the 2011-2012 TV season draws to a close, networks are preparing for next fall. Dozens of new pilots are being cast and filmed with the hope of being picked up and placed on a network‘s fall schedule. As the saying goes, many will enter, but few will win.  Read more »
There‘s one pilot being developed for the CW that‘s getting a lot of attention, and it‘s not the Sex and the City prequel The Carrie Diaries. Instead it‘s Arrow, the reimagining of Green Arrow that has people buzzing, and now we have our first look at what this new incarnation of the classic superhero will look like.  Read more »
The CW has found the girl who will walk a mile in Carrie Bradshaw‘s Manolos. AnnaSophia Robb (Soul Surfer, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) will take on the iconic role of young Carrie in the Sex and the City prequel The Carrie Diaries.  Read more »
The CW has found its Oliver Queen, and it‘s not the one from Smallville. According to Deadline, Hung star Stephen Amell has been cast as the archery loving superhero Green Arrow in the new CW pilot from Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim.  Read more »
The CW is already gearing up for next fall. The network is looking to the future by moving forward on four potential shows, all of which have received an order for a pilot episode.The shows all fit nicely in the CW‘s two main genres: female-based teen dramas (Gossip Girl, 90210) and sci-fi dramas (The Vampire Diaries, Supernatural). The four shows include a prequel to Sex and the City, a reimagining of Beauty and the Beast, a new take on comic book hero Green Arrow and a slightly meta series from the creator of Farscape.  Read more »
The CW is getting back in the superhero game. According to Deadline, the network is close to a deal for a new pilot called Arrow featuring Oliver Queen, aka Green Arrow.The pilot is being written and produced by Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim (The Green Lantern, Eli Stone and Brothers and Sisters) as well as former Vampire Diaries producer Andrew Kreisberg.  Read more »
The CW is going to have more fresh blood than ever before next season. Today the cable network picked up five new dramas for its 2012-2013 season.  Read more »
Although the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con has not yet seen fit to release a full schedule of events and panels, the various shows and production companies are doing a good job of filling up the schedule on their own. The latest additions? New shows Elementary and Beauty and the Beast, along with the returning series, Merlin. Read more »
Do you like Revenge? Apparently the makers of Arrow do as well, because as far as I can tell, it‘s Revenge with a male lead. Not that it‘s a bad thing. It‘s actually pretty good. Read more »
The CW presented its new shows The Carrie Diaries and Cult at the Television Critics Association (TCA) winter press tour on Sunday, January 13. They also brought along the network‘s president, Mark Pedowitz to talk about both the new shows and about older shows like Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, 90210 and more.Check out what he had to say here! Read more »
The nominations have been announced for the 2014 People‘s Choice Awards.Glee leads the pack with eight nominations, including Favorite Network TV Comedy and nods for Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Jane Lynch and Lea Michele. Both The Big Bang Theory and Grey‘s Anatomy come in second with five nominations each, and How I Met Your Mother, Supernatural, Castle, The Walking Dead and Vampire Diaries all have four. Read more »
These days, the death of a major character on a TV show is met equal parts remorse and suspicion. It‘s become a pretty common plot device for a TV show to shock audiences by suddenly killing off a very substantial character completely out of nowhere. They then leave fans to stew over that death for a while (whether for a couple of episodes, a whole summer, or even a full season) and then display the twist that said character is actually alive. Let‘s look back on some of these big characters that we‘ve had to say goodbye to, only to find out we would see them again soon after. Here are 16 of our favorite major characters on TV who were resurrected from the dead. Read more »
As of late, with series like Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash and the upcoming NBC drama Timeless, there‘s a pretty clear growing trend in the time-travel genre. Time-travel is a plot device that can seem like a convenient escape from an unsolvable problem in the story, but can also add more trouble as a result. We‘ve seen many shows with examples of both of these occurring, whether it has been a recurring theme in the series or something that came out of nowhere. From Family Guy to Supernatural to Game of Thrones, let‘s take a look at how time-traveling has affected 10 different TV shows. Read more »
Gone are the days when we could spend the entire summer lounging on the beach or watching TV, free of all responsibility or 9-to-5 schedules. Working adults have only a few short weeks to enjoy the sunshine before we have to go back to our desk jobs. What‘s even more tragic is that many of the places that would make great vacation spots, places that we‘ve seen our favorite TV characters visit a number of times, don‘t even exist. Here are a few of our favorite fictional locales that would make for a fun vacay. Read more »
High school can be a rough time in our lives. We‘re feeling awkward, our bodies are changing and we don‘t really know who we are. No one prepped us for this. Luckily, TV has always been there to offer us insight into how we‘re meant to handle these rough adolescent years. We‘ve seen pretty much every possible scenario that could happen to us played out on the small screen, so at the very least, we know it can‘t get worse than that. From breakups to deaths, here are the biggest lessons about high school that TV has taught us. Read more »
When Supergirl soared from CBS to The CW, it joined fellow DC Comics superhero series Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. Before all of these series, however, The CW was home to the hugely successful 10-season run of Smallville, Superman‘s origin story. It‘s been five years since Tom Welling retired his cape from that series, and with Superman‘s popular appearances on Supergirl, could it be time for a new series centered on the Man of Steel? Let‘s discuss. Read more »
There‘s nothing more noble and tear-inducing on TV than when a character lays down their life for someone else. It breaks our hearts, but it makes for some of the best moments in these series. A self-sacrifice also has the ability to redeem a character you might have previously hated. Grab some tissues as we look back on 11 times a TV character sacrificed themselves. Read more »
It can be hard to say goodbye, especially to a beloved TV character. When a lead actor or actress decides to leave a TV show before it‘s over, it can put the show at risk of losing its steam. The storylines all have to switch gears, different characters have to carry the show and many fans are likely to stop watching. Keeping a show interesting after losing a fan-favorite character is a big challenge, and some shows are able to do it seamlessly while others really struggle to stay fresh. Let‘s look back at some shows that have stayed interesting despite losing a major character. Read more »
Superhero TV shows and movies have taken over our lives. These days, while you‘re waiting on the new Avengers movie to come out, you‘re probably watching The Flash, Supergirl, Arrow or one of the many other superhero TV shows that are currently out there. As much as we love superhero shows, doesn‘t it feel like things start to repeat themselves in each of them? It seems like each show does certain things in its story that we‘ve already seen a million times. We get it, there are certain formulas that work, so why screw with that? Still, there‘s something to be said about breaking the rules to keep things original. Here are five of those rules superhero shows should really consider breaking. Read more »
Lucifer and Empire adds new faces, Supernatural‘s spin-off takes shape and a young reality star lands her own show. Read on to find out more. Read more »
"Midvale" might very well be the strangest episode of Supegirl ever. It‘s not as if the villains were especially wacky and weird. There were no aliens at all, except the ones in the main cast, and there was hardly any use of superpowers. The episode felt like a completely new show. Present-day Kara and Alex Danvers were traded in for teenage versions -- teenage versions trying to solve a murder. "Midvale" almost functioned as a backdoor pilot for a spin-off featuring the younger adventures of Kara and Alex. While that‘s not happening (yet), it does beg the question if Supergirl is planning do more flashback-heavy episodes in the future, or if it even should. Read more »
The CW has finalized its summer schedule which includes adding two scripted shows to join The 100 and The Originals, plus a slew of returning reality franchises.  Read more »