They're physiques are to die for. They will save your life. And they look good in spandex when they're conquering the bad guys. But what is a good hero without the best villain (or villains) to fight? That question gets answered over and over on the CW series "Arrow" and it's spin-off, "The Flash." Whether you're […]
“Riverdale”: Leave it to out producer Greg Berlanti to veer into another arena of comics than where he helped create the current series “Arrow” and “The Flash.” Berlanti is now going to bring a live action version of the iconic Archie comic books to the small screen and, yes, gay character Kevin Keller will be a big part […]
[Spoiler Alert: If you have not watched the season premiere of "Arrow," do not read forward. Major plot developments discussed here.] Shocking character deaths were all the rage last season with beloved, major characters like Will Gardner (Josh Charles) on "The Good Wife" or Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara) on "House Of Cards" meeting their demise in […]
"Who Do You Think You Are?": The TLC series tonight turns the genealogy spotlight on "Modern Family" star Jesse Tyler Ferguson. In the episode, it's Ferguson's great-grandfather who is tracked and, well, it seems that trouble followed him at every turn. As the journey goes on, Ferguson uncovers some family secrets and also finds proof […]
There's nobody like John Barrowman. Whether he's performing at the opening of the Commonwealth games (where he emerged from under a giant kilt!) or making a splash at Comic Con (where, for TVFanatic, I was interviewing him and he decided to flirt with my cameraman) or talking about his role as villainous Malcolm Merlyn on […]
Last season on the CW series, “Arrow,” one of the bigger shockers wasn’t the death of Oliver Queen’s mother or the fact that villainous Malcolm Merlyn is really the father to Thea but it was the surprising embrace and kiss by Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) and League Of Assassins member Nyssa (Katrina Law), who were […]
We’re midway through the week and I’m excited to watch a new episode of “Arrow” at 8pm on The CW tonight.
Happy Hump Day and congratulations on surviving halfway through the work week. Now that we are free of April Fool's Day, we can get back to business as usual without worrying about a loved ones injury, divorce, and/or pregnancy.
Shrapnel is no more but the actor tells us about his journey as an out actor and what he wants to tackle next.
Quick, think of a show that you go to for your LGBT characters and gay storylines?