TV superheroes are big business. Shows like Arrow and Daredevil have rejuvenated the genre, making DC and Marvel big busines on the small screen as much as the big. With the Arrowverse delivering its most spectacular crossover yet, Crisis on Infinite Earths in 2020, Disney+ adding small screen adventures such as Wandavision and The Falcon and the Winter Solider to its Phase 4 slate, and innovative classics like Legion and The Umbrella Academy telling very different superhero stories, TV superheroes are here to stay.
The season two premiere of Batwoman, introduces the world to Ryan Wilder, an unassuming individual who suddenly finds herself in possession of Batwoman's suit.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe hits the small screen in a totally unexpected way.
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Disney and Marvel confirm their Disney+ line-up. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier confirmed for the 19th March and Loki for May 2021
Expect plenty from the MCU on Disney+ in 2021 and beyond...
A new look for Batwoman in season two...
Some familiar Marvel characters are joining the MCU...
It's the end of the road for Cress Williams' superhero.
We return to the Buffyverse and count off the Top 10 episodes of Angel.
"It’s her style, her swag, and her moment!"
The agents find themselves in 1931 New York as season seven begins...
Vellani will play the 16-year-old Muslim teenager superhero for the MCU
Kyle Bradstreet will write and executive produce.
Enter the crazy sitcom world of the the MCU's power couple...
The Orphan Black star will take on the mantle of the latest MCU female superhero.
From Battlestar Galactica to Perry Mason: an exploration of gender and race recasting in TV reboots and the storytelling opportunities they bring
Baz Greenland explores how representation in TV reboots can provide rewarding and challenging storytelling experiences.
"One could say it is a recasting, but we're going to do it in a way that I think honours the spirit of the character."