Meanwhile, Flash's new Tuesday night buddy debuted a brand new clip from the upcoming "Flight of the Living Dead" episode:
Airs Tuesdays on The CW.
After a strong opening run on the major network, "Gotham" returned to Fox last night with slightly down ratings. As Deadline explained, the series dropped 25% of viewers from its last original episode. Though the trade stressed that the numbers should prove less an argument against the show than it is an argument against long gaps in new episodes for fan favorite series.
Airs Mondays on Fox.
Gearing up for its own last run of episodes in its third season, "Arrrow" celebrated today with a pair of new posters after the release of a short fan-ish film imagining a superhero fight club between the cast of the drama and that of "The Flash."
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
Before "Avengers: Age of Ultron" arrives in theaters, the next big movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is getting a ton of play in the press. As producers from both the Marvel film and TV sides have been making the rounds of late, talk of Captain America's Avengers-shattering adventure abound.
Earlier today, "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." producer Jeffrey Bell teased how his show's dreaded "Index" of super powered people may roll into "Civil War" saying, "If you have a bad experience with one enhanced person then you're suddenly profiling all enhanced people and saying it's bad. There are a lot of good metaphors here especially when we head into the Inhuman world about people being different, about people changing, how others react to that and how they are controlled. We have had an index since season one of people who have powers or might have and put them on a gifted index list. That's certainly alive in our world. Some people think that's a good thing while others find that to be a terrifying idea."
Combine that with how Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has been talking about the fate of Spider-Man and saying that "As you might have imagined, that had been in the works for a long, long, long, long time. And we had, as we often do, mapped out various alternatives if things don't happen. So we had a plan how it would continue without him and we have a plan how now it will continue with him."
Both a firm plan for Spidey and a registration of powered individuals falls right in line with the original "Civil War" comic that the movie takes its name from.
Arrives May 6, 2016.