Greg Berlanti
Smith was eying Nicolas Cage for the role of Bizarro in the series, whose cancellation predated HBO Max axing "Batgirl."
After being dropped by Lifetime, "You" is thriving on Netflix — but Sera Gamble's series has also grown into a much different show in Season 3.
Likable talent and solid action scenes clash with clichéd plotting and direction in The CW's reboot of a classic series.
The "Babadook" director will embrace her queer cult status for her next film, with "Love, Simon" producer Greg Berlanti attached.
The Penn Badgley-led drama series about obsession in the age of social media premiered earlier this summer.
As it enters its fourth season, the bonkers superhero drama continues to deliver strange twists with zero compromise.
Casting will begin soon for the character, which will first appear on the DC crossover between "Arrow," "The Flash" and "Supergirl" this December.
Berlanti remembers a time when even “edgy” shows weren’t allowed to show same-sex make outs, and how far things have come in the years since.
Nick Robinson stars in this adaptation of Becky Albertalli's young adult novel "Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda."
There won't be any wise-cracking cats in "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," a new CW series in the vein of "Rosemary's Baby" and "The Exorcist."
The broadcast behemoths face a voting body more eager to reward cable and streaming series.
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