Sabrina the Teenage Witch has had her own TV shows before, but they were decidedly more family-friendly and comedic. Now that the more grown-up Riverdale has taken Archie characters in new directions, and Sabrina herself has seen new (and much creepier) life in comics courtesy of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Greg Berlanti are currently in development on a Sabrina series for The CW.Read More
Black Lightning doesn't come to The CW until next year, but creators Salim Akil and Mara Brock Akil gave fans at the ATX Television Festival in Austin a little taste of what they can expect from the show.Read More
Greg Berlanti Wants to Remake Little Shop of Horrors, the Famed Comedic Musical About Nice Guys, Hubris, and Man-Eating Plants
We're long overdue for a modern update on Little Shop of Horrors, the story of a Nice Guy who breaks bad.Read More
We've always been huge fans of performance artist Lindsey Stirling for her geek-classical music covers and original compositions. In this video, she teams up with pianist Lang Lang to create a tribute to the Spider-Man score.Read More
Does Greg Berlanti ever sleep?
With Marvel's Luke Cage coming to Netflix later this month, we seem (hopefully!) to be starting on a wave of black superheroes coming to television. DC is putting their hat into the ring with a TV adaptation of Black Lightning for Fox.Read More
Courtesy of Mara Brock Akil, Salim Akil, and Greg Berlanti.
Hopefully you're not having superhero fatigue right now because this is some good news on the television development front--it's being reported that a new drama series centered around the comic book character Black Lightning is currently being shopped to networks.Read More
It'll either be someone on The Flash or Supergirl.
While Berlanti isn't naming names, he did confirm that there will be a character currently on one of the series--not someone joining the show as a new cast member--who will come out as gay this season. He also confirmed it will not be a character on Arrow or Legends of Tomorrow, which leaves The Flash and Supergirl as the remaining two possibilities.Read More
It looks like DC is getting its first animated gay superhero thanks to DCTV powerhouses, Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim. Much the way Vixen was given an animated series on the CW Seed to introduce her into the DC television universe before bringing her into live-action, so too will be the case for DC's The Ray.Read More
You all know how I felt about the Season Two finale of The CW's The Flash. However, I still love the show, and so I was hoping against hope that the S2 ending wasn't leading to the most predictable of all places. So much for that. **SPOILERS IF YOU'RE NOT CAUGHT UP ON THE FLASH**Read More
Alex + Maggie = 4Eva? There you go, fanfic writers. You're welcome.
Now that Supergirl is coming back for a second season on The CW, Berlanti Productions is wasting no time in getting stories written and broadening the world of National City. Not only is Superman himself finally going to appear on the show (with a face!), but other characters from inspired by Superman's comics will be making appearances.Read More
Since it was announced around a year and a half ago that Archie and the gang would be making their way to The CW, people involved have been warning that the show wouldn't be traditional, wholesome Archie fare.Read More
Following a screening for the upcoming Supergirl/The Flash crossover, Entertainment Weekly reports that executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti revealed plans to finally bring Lynda Carter on the series.Read More
The cast and crew of CBS' Supergirl recently took the stage for Day 3 of PaleyFest in Los Angeles. During their presentation, they talked about Supergirl's feminism, whether we can expect to see some LGBTQ+ characters, and the upcoming Supergirl/The Flash crossover!Read More
And now we have our Veronica! Actress Camila Mendes has been tapped for the role, which describes Veronica in this adaptation as "extremely intelligent, self-confident and immediately popular", but also "eager to reinvent herself--from Mean Girl to caring friend." Definitely sounds familiar--at least partly like the complex Veronica we all know.Read More
Casting news about The CW's Riverdale has been coming out in drips and drabs. Now, it seems that the show has finally found its lead. Meet The CW's Archie, everyone!Read More
The CW's Riverdale, based on the world of Archie Comics, has announced casting for two of the show's leads! Ladies and gentlemen, meet your new Betty and Jughead!Read More
Maybe we should rename CW to, uh, "Comics... World?"
The CW is definitely cornering the market on comics-based adaptations. In addition to its various shows set in the dubbed Arrowverse (Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow), the network has just ordered a pilot based on the characters of Archie Comics.Read More
If you've been keeping up with The CW's The Flash, you know that the stakes are getting ever-higher for our favorite speedster as Professor Zoom continues to terrorize our Earth in pursuit of Barry, and n'er do wells from Earth-2 continue to come through the dimensional ruptures. In an exclusive interview with The Mary Sue, I had a chance to speak with Malese Jow, the talented actress who plays Linda Park about the character's increasing involvement in Season Two.Read More
But wait! There's more!
Actor and comedian Echo Kellum (Sean Saves the World) was just cast as Mr. Terrific/Chris Holt in Arrow's fourth season. The show will introduce Holt as an employee at Palmer Technologies under Felicity Smoak's supervision.Read More
"I think that’s a great message for young women, because this country has really disenfranchised them, for a long time."
While at Comic-Con over the weekend, The Mary Sue's Sam Maggs had a chance to speak with Supergirl stars Jeremy Jordan and Mehcad Brooks, as well as series creator Greg Berlanti, and writers Ali Adler and Andrew Kreisberg. So what does Supergirl's cast and creative team want young women to take away from the upcoming show?Read More