TV

TV,cbs,supergirl
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

The recently rumored Supergirl TV show has officially been picked up by CBS. Arrow and The Flash creator, Greg Berlanti will team up with Chuck producer Ali Adlerto to make the show about Superman's Kryptonian cousin, Kara Zor-El.

If you're keeping score that means DC has a show on every network channel, except ABC (owned by Disney). Marvel may have the silver screen, but DC is taking over our living rooms.


With Marvel's Cinematic Universe blowing up movie theaters, everyone with a superhero franchise is looking to cash in on the ride. To that end, at least 7 different comic book TV shows will be gracing your living rooms in the coming months.

Here's a breakdown of each one, and why you should (or shouldn't) be watching them.

arrow,list,TV,superheroes,the flash,agents of shield
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

The guys behind 21 Jump Street and The LEGO Movie, Phil Lord and Chris Miller are creating a rebooted pilot for cult 80's TV show, The Greatest American Hero. If you don't know, the show revolves around a timid school teacher who's gifted with Superpowers by aliens, kind've like Green Lantern meets Mr. Feeny sans the valuable life lessons.

Plus, check out that awesome credit sequence.

playstation,TV,superheroes,psn,comic books,Video Game Coverage
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

The Wall Street Journal is reporting Sony's plan to take a leaf from Netflix' House of Cards and start producing original content exclusively for the PlayStation Network. The first show on the docket is an hour-long series based on the Image comic, Powers. by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming.

The series will follow detectives solving murders that involve super-powered individuals. It sounds kind've like Castle meets The Watchmen, which to my mind, sounds awesome.

mass effect,TV,agents of shield,Video Game Coverage
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

You may recognize that top image as Mass Effect 3 concept art, and the bottom one from the SHIELD episode "The Bridge." Awfully similar, no?

NBC,TV,constantine
Via: io9
  • -
  • Vote
  • -

It looks like Keanu Reeves' will not be the last to play the demon hunter seeking absolution. Constantine the TV series is currently being produced by Warner Bros. TV and DC. With show runner David S Goyer and Daniel Cerone, NBC has already picked up the series. It's a good time for comics adaptations!

Back to Top