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The Music Meister is set to make his live-action debut in a crossover episode of The Flash.
Glee alum Darren Criss will fill the dancing shoes of the fan favorite villain the Music Meister on the March 21st episode of The Flash. It will be the first even live-action depiction of the character, which previously appeared as a villain on the kitschy Batman: Brave and the Bold cartoon voiced by Neal Patrick Harris.
After getting zapped by the Music Meister, The Flash and Supergirl are trapped in a alternate reality where everyday life is like a movie musical. The only way to get home is to make it to the end of the Meister’s twisted movie.
The Flash and Supergirl casts actually have deep musical roots. Jessie L. Martin was in Rent. Victor Garber was Jesus in Godspell and Grant Gustin (The Flash) and Melissa Benoist (Supergirl) are themselves both former Glee cast members.
Entertainment Weekly posted photos from the episode, titled “Duet,” in this week’s issue, and The CW posted a teaser trailer to the web.
The Girl of Steel joins the other CW heroes in a revamped version of the classic fight club promo from last year.
CW added Supergirl to its ever-expanding stable of DC superhero television shows. And what better way to induct the Maid of Might into the family than to give us an updated version of the much beloved Superhero Fight Club promo from last year.
The new fight club pits Supergirl, the Flash, Arrow, Firestorm, White Canary and the Atom against what appears to be a GLaDOS-inspired robot of doom controlled by tech whizzes Ramone Cisco and Felicity Smoak — with a surprise villain waiting in the wings.
And just because we love is so much, we’re going to include the original CW Superhero Fight Club.
The Flash premieres on Tuesday, October 4.
Arrow premieres Wednesday, October 5.
Supergirl premieres Monday, October 10.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow stars premieres on Thursday, October 13.
If you’ve been keeping up with television news recently, chances are you’ve been hearing about all of the buzz surrounding Supergirl. The series, which returns for its second season on Monday, Oct. 10, continues to make headlines as it settles into its new home at The CW.
With many anticipated guest appearances like Superman, played by Teen Wolf star Tyler Hoechlin, and a crossover musical with the Flash, 2016 is shaping up to be the year of Kara Danvers.
According to ComicBook.com, the summer press tour for the Television Critics Association’s CW panel announced that Miss Martian, played by Sharon Leal, will join Martian Manhunter in the series’ sophomore season. There have been no statements made about whether or not she will be a series regular.
Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg also spoke at the Television Critics Association summer press tour at the Supergirl panel and revealed that the mysterious pod that crash-landed on earth belonged to Mon-El, who will be played by Containment’s Chris Wood.
Supergirl joins The CW’s impressive lineup of DC shows, including Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash. For those that didn’t keep up with the series in its first season on CBS, don’t fret. Netflix is set to stream the season starting Saturday, Sept. 10.
The CW is also airing two episodes of the show’s first season every Monday night from 8 to 10 p.m. The reruns started on Aug. 1 and will end on Oct. 3, according to an article on International Business Times.
Dust off that red cape, Supergirl fans. With a lineup like this ahead of her, Kara is in for an exciting, entertaining debut season on her new network.
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Where can you find the most powerful and prominent Super Teens in the galaxy? Super Hero High of course! Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Bumblebee, Poison Ivy and Katana band together to navigate the twists and turns of high school in DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, the film will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on August 9 on Digital HD and August 23, 2016 on DVD.
These young Super Heroes discover unique abilities, develop powers, and combat an abundance of overwhelming, exciting and awkward moments to master the fundamentals of being a hero – one day at a time! The group includes:
Wonder Woman was raised on Themyscira, a paradise island overflowing with female leaders. This natural born leader has super strength, the power of flight and a magic lasso that forces anyone to tell the truth.
- Batgirl is crazy smart – she was accepted to Super Hero High based on her brainpower alone (she wasn’t born with super powers). But this crime-fighting sleuth may be the most influential of all! Her unparalleled intellect, expert martial arts skills, photographic memory and legendary detective skills are a formula for an incredible Super Hero.
- Supergirl is the most powerful teen on earth, but also incredibly clumsy. She has super strength, super hearing and super speed but will need to be sure she doesn’t trip over her own two feet en route to saving the world.
- Harley Quinn is the resident class clown who lives for jokes and over-the-top pranks. Nonetheless, this quick-witted gymnast is sneaky and full of surprises.
- Bumblebee has the ability to shrink, allowing her to sneak around without being spotted. She makes sure her team is never surprised by any villains or enemies up to no good.
- Poison Ivy, got caught up in a botched lab experiment, and now has the ability to control and summon plants. She’s gradually adapting to her amazing new powers and blossoming into her new life.
- Katana is an artist with an edge – this fearless martial arts fashionista is up for any crime-fighting test and is never without her sword.
Together, these seven fearless Super Heroes prove that we all have the power to make the world a better place – even while school is in session!
Variety is reporting that freshman drama Supergirl starring Melissa Benoist has been renewed for a second season, but is moving from CBS to sister network the CW, which is already home to superhero shows The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow.
Although it was the highest rated new drama for CBS this year and brought the network its youngest audience, Supergirl always seemed like an odd fit at CBS; and the network had better ratings last year with the comedy block Supergirl replaced.
The show had its highest ratings ever when the Flash, played by Grant Gustin, crossed over from his show on the CW, reaffirming that the audience was there for Supergirl — just perhaps not at CBS.