SpoilerTV has photos from next week's "Agent Carter" episode, "A Sin to Err." The episode will find Agent Carter on the run and Dottie making her move. You can check out a few of them below.
You can check out a recap of "Uprising," last night's "Arrow" episode, over on Spinoff. The CW has also started airing a promo for next week's installment, an episode titled "Canaries."
ComicBookMovie has a bunch of new images from the episode. You can check out a few of them below.
Following the premiere of "Daredevil's" first teaser trailer, IGN spoke to showrunner Steven S. DeKnight about the series and its source material.
"I always loved in the comics that also this is a guy that has heightened sense but no super powers," said DeKnight. "This is a guy who's pushing himself to the limit who can get hurt and can get killed... I'm hugely influenced by the Frank Miller runs that I grew up with, where he was constantly getting the crap kicked out of him. Again, obviously there's a bit of a heightened sense of reality that he can do what he can do and not end up in the hospital every other day. But we also touch upon why that is. Really, it's like Batman without the money. He is just determined. It's sheer force of will that keeps him going when a normal man would fall over and a lot of that I think, also in the Matt Murdock mythos, comes from his father and being a boxer and that kind of thing, where you just don't quit."
Premieres on April 10 on Netflix
The CW has released new stills from next week's "Flash" episode, "The Nuclear Men," which sees Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell) make his explosive return.
"Heroes" alum Milo Ventimiglia will join the cast of "Gotham" for a multi-episode arc beginning with the show's 19th episode. Ventimiglia will play a serial killer nicknamed the Ogre. The character will be an original one, as WBTV stressed that the character named Jason Lennon has no ties to DC Comics' Ogre.
"Handsome, wealthy and seductive, the Ogre is a serial killer who has been preying on the young women of Gotham for nearly a decade, luring them into his web and confronting them with a series of "tests" as he searches for his perfect mate. When the women fail to live up to his impossible standard, Lennon disposes of them quickly and viciously. His obsessions, combined with Gordon's determination to bring him down, send both Gordon and Lennon -- and those around them -- on a course toward tragedy."
Airs Mondays on Fox
Bleeding Cool has heard from an unnamed source that "Lucifer," a pilot based on the Vertigo comic by Mike Carey and Peter Gross, has been given the green light from Fox. Since the network commissioned a "put pilot" for the potential series, that means that the "Lucifer" pilot will air or Fox will have to pay a penalty. Tom Kapinos ("Californication") is attached as showrunner.
THE WALKING DEAD
Entertainment Weekly has posted a number of new photos from "The Walking Dead's" upcoming return episode. You can check out a few of them below.
Returns February 8 on AMC