You can check out a recap of last night's episode, "Knock Knock," over on Spinoff. There's also a promo for next week's installment, titled "The Last Laugh."
Fox has also released a few spoilery behind the scenes pics from last night's episode.
Comic Book Movie has posted a behind the scenes photo from "Agent Carter" featuring Hayley Atwell and James D'Arcy.
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
ABC and Marvel have released a banner showing off the team's new ride, Zephyr One.
"I like it," Ramsey said. "I know there's a lot of criticism that it looks like the Magneto helmet. But by the time you see Diggle in action -- we also get into what the helmet can do -- you won't be thinking of the X-Men at all. There is a very cool gun too. The gun and the helmet, by the way, are S.T.A.R. Labs creations."
Netflix has also announced that "Arrow" season three will arrive on its streaming service on October 7.
An international promo for the upcoming slate of superhero shows has the first footage of Oliver Queen calling himself Green Arrow.
Returns October 7 on the CW
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
Michael Uslan, the producer behind every big screen Batman adaptation since 1989's "Batman," revealed that there's a "major announcement" coming for Batman fans.
"On Saturday October 10 we plan on making a major announcement. Stay tuned," Uslan told the Fan Theory podcast. "Join us at 1:45 p.m. in one of the large rooms. You won't want to miss what's going to take place there."
While talking with Screenrant, Michael Shannon elaborated on -- or, more accurately, joked about -- his role in "BvS."
When asked about the story he cooked up regarding General Zod having flippers, Shannon replied, "Flippers? I think that might be a prime example of my scatological humor. People ask me a lot about 'Batman v Superman' and I really don't have anything to say about it, so sometimes I just make up stuff, which I'm sure Warner Bros. is really happy about."
Opens March 25, 2016
In an interview with IGN, writer/director Drew Goddard talked about his role in the early days of Marvel's "Daredevil" TV series, a project that was initially intended to appear on a much larger screen.
"I went into Marvel and talked to them about making it as a movie a couple of years ago, long after the [Ben] Affleck movie," said Goddard, referring to the Man Without Fear's 2003 feature film. "But what we all sort of realized is that, this movie doesn't want to cost $200 million. The thing about Matt Murdock is, he's not saving the world. He's just keeping his corner clean. So it would feel wrong to have spaceships crashing in the middle of the city. But because of that, Marvel on the movie side is not in the business of making $25 million movies. They're going big, as they should."
"It felt that we'd have more freedom to make it on the small screen and make it more adult," Goddard continued. "Look, if we took the Netflix [show] and put it in theaters, it's rated R. And they're not doing R-rated movies. And we also got to really explore the character. I feel like Netflix was the best possible home for that, otherwise you'd end up with a watered down version."
Returns to Netflix in 2016
The CW has a new featurette for the upcoming season, this one focusing on actor Tom Cavanagh.
Netflix has revealed that "The Flash" season one will arrive on the streaming service on October 6. And DC Entertainment has posted a new featurette focusing on Barry Allen's new set of powers.
Returns October 6 on the CW
The CW has released an interview with Robert Buckley about the upcoming second season of "iZombie."
And Netflix has revealed that "iZombie's" first season will arrive on the streaming service on October 6.
Returns October 6 on the CW
THE WALKING DEAD
While talking to Entertainment Weekly, Melissa McBride discussed how Carol has changed over the course of five seasons.
"Well, it's certainly been a phenomenal opportunity for me to start out where I did on the show and for her to start out where she did on the show, and to end up where we are now, looking back, and following along on the journey," said McBride. "I think that's why a lot of people are so into it, because it's just so completely turned around from where we started. And getting to roll around in that character has been so much fun for me. So much fun for me. And I know this is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of character to play, and to be on the show as long as she has, and to have evolved the character like that over six seasons. It must be super fun for the viewers to see all of these characters evolve through this."
Return October 11 on AMC