Barry forces Captain Cold and Heat Wave to cross the streams in the winter premiere of our favorite show.
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Captain Cold and Heat Wave make some (cold) waves in Central City.
The ARROWverse metastasizes metahumans.
Marc Guggenheim is cautiously hopeful.
Both shows return the week of January 19.
Reverse-Flash, Firestorm and Christmas have all come to Central City, and we're the ones who get the gift.
James Jesse is gonna trick Central City again.
We traveled to Central City and Starling City this week. How was the trip?
"The Brave and The Bold" airs tonight on ARROW.
Airing over two nights, starting tonight!
Blackout and Clock King double up on Barry just when his powers go out in last night's thrilling episode.
We finally do away with The Streak and get a real a-hole of a villain in this week's episode.
The DC TV/movies civil war begins here.
Bette Sans Souci swings by Central City and Iris meets "The Streak" in last night's episode of the fun DC series.
Wentworth Miller gives us our first truly badass bad guy and Felicity Smoak shows up in the best episode of THE FLASH yet!
Josie and the Pussycats are dropping by and there will be a TWIN PEAKS twist? I'm having trouble imagining this.
Will Warner Bros lean on what makes DC Comics unique - alternate, crossable Earths? Geoff Johns hints that they could.
The Mist blows into Central City and Barry gets a lungful.
Barry faces Multiplex in the sophomore episode of CW's far too fun new superhero show.
Oh hey, there will be two guys playing the same character at once!
Here comes SUICIDE SQUAD, THE FLASH and WONDER WOMAN.
The CW's latest superhero show gives us a bright, warm reprieve from the usual dark DC property.
Weird set pics offer clues.
The first episode of The CW's Barry Allen show is pretty great.
Plus see a sizzle reel from ARROW's third season.
There's some good, and there's some bad.
It's gonna be a DC kinda fall on your little screen.
CW's Scarlet Speedster unveiled.
Also Daredevil and Captain America.
John Wesley Shipp joins CW's THE FLASH pilot in a mystery role.
John Wesley Shipp not included. Or who knows? Maybe he will be.
Finally, a Barry Allen for teenyboppers/sad moms.
Rumor: Has the Will Beall script been tossed? Sources say yes.
At least this one has simplicity on its side.