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Welcome to the Spoiler Room, a safe place for spoiler addicts to come on a weekly basis to learn what’s coming next on their favorite shows and, hopefully, get a few of their own questions answered. 1,131 more words


Netflix vs Hulu...is there really a difference?

by Leroy Rivera

Technology has been in such an evolutionary state over the last decade and there is no intention of it slowing down. Everything we ever dreamed about and have seen from our favorite television shows is becoming a fast reality. 895 more words

Movies And Trailers

What is next for Arrow?

I need to start by telling you my thoughts on the TV show Arrow; I love it. Well, where it is now at least. The first series was a little too melodramatic for my liking, although you do have to have some emotional investment in the characters behind the masks occasionally all of the tears got a bit overkill and I found myself saying “just shoot something with an arrow”. 731 more words

The Flash joins Arrow on Sky1

Sky1 has acquired the UK TV rights for superhero drama The Flash.

The series, piloted during the second run of hit show Arrow, follows scientist Barry Allen who is given the power of super speed that transforms him into the Fastest Man Alive. 85 more words


R'as Al Ghul, the Atom and Arsenal appear in new Arrow preview...

That’s right comic fans, the new preview for season 3 of Arrow is out and its a corker! apart from the appearances of both Ray ‘the Atom’ Palmer (played by former Superman – Brandon Routh), we also get Roy Harper as Arsenal and of course the main event that is titular Bat villain – R’as al Ghul! 54 more words


Introducing Arrow

Assya’s Arrow collection aspires to assert the individual and the unique.

Rebellious chic with spiky sophistication, the arrow collection is Assya’s most cutting edge collection yet. 106 more words

New Season

The CW adds Girder and Komodo to the cast of The Flash and Arrow!

It looks like The CW will have a great fourth quarter with veteran series Arrow and newcomer The Flash. From the look of things, it appears that television will once again (see: Smallville) put together a Justice League of sorts well before the movies have a chance to. 213 more words