cw fall season

 

superman

Ever since Supergirl showed up on CBS last year, her cousin Kal-El, AKA Superman has been in the shadows… literally. The entire first season the audience was treated only to a silhouette of him, or Kara would simply be e-mailing him. This was done for a multitude of reasons, one reason would be because the production team wanted the show to keep focus exclusively on Kara Zor-El and not her more known and more popular cousin. Leaving him ambiguous allows us to focus on the intended hero. Another reason could be due to the DC movie verse already having an established actor for the role of Superman. It could lead to audience confusion and possible superhero fatigue. However, as many times have been stated, the DC Movie-verse and the DC TV-verse operated completely independent of each other. So why not have two Supermen? Now that Supergirl is over on the CW Network, not only does the show have a new home, but the show will finally bring Superman out of the shadows. Wanna know who is playing the role?

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The Tomorrow People

It looks like October is going to be a big month for television junkies, particularly if you happen to be a fan of what the CW has been putting out recently.  The network has just seen fit to send out a list of what we can expect for the new fall season along with when we can expect it.  In addition to the return of some old favorites like Arrow and Supernatural, they also have some new shows ready to take their chances.  Check out the full list below:

Monday, Oct. 7
8 p.m. – Hart of Dixie
9 p.m. – Beauty and the Beast

Wednesday, Oct. 9
8 p.m. – Arrow
9 p.m. – The Tomorrow People

Thursday, Oct. 10
8 p.m. – The Vampire Diaries
9 p.m. – Reign

Tuesday, Oct. 15
8 p.m. – The Originals
9 p.m. – Supernatural

Friday, Oct. 25
8 p.m. – The Carrie Diaries

 

Thanks to blastr for the heads-up.