The CW Network introduces the precursor to the Justice League

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow ended with a surprise twist. After ridding the world of Savage, it appeared the team was breaking up for good. They had completed their mission and there was no reason for them to travel through time together.

All of the members of the team tried to adjust to normal life again, but couldn’t. Ray and Martin figured out how to contact the Waverider and Rip came back, surprised that everyone wanted to join him again, except for the Hawks who decided to give their relationship a chance.

Everyone is about to get on the Waverider when another one shows up and Rex Tyler (aka Hourman) is on board. He is from the Justice Society of America and claims Mick sent him.

The Justice Society of America is the precursor to the Justice League and makes perfect sense for the CW Network, which has become the home to DC’s superheros. With the addition of Supergirl in the fall, the crossover potential is huge, making the Justice Society doable.

With this development, fall TV looks much more interesting.

Are you excited about the Justice Society of America?

 

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CW Network renews all of its shows

In a surprising move, the CW Network renewed all of the shows that have aired this season, including Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, its lowest rated show.

I watch a lot of the CW shows, which means I’m happy. I love Arrow (my favorite show), The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is growing on me.

I still watch The Vampire Diaries and, although this season has been one of the better ones, I can’t help but wonder when this show is finally going to end. Every year, I think this show can’t possibly survive for another season and then it’s renewed. Next season will be the eighth for The Vampire Diaries. What more can the writers do?

This season, the writers seem to be wrapping up storylines. We’ve jumped three years in time and it appears couples who should be together finally are. If the hunter is killed at the end of this season, I don’t know where the writers go next.

I’m glad Reign was renewed for a fourth season. I realize it’s not historically accurate, but the writing is excellent and this show has a lot of life left in it. I just wish others would see what a gem Reign is.

Did the CW’s renewal of all of its shows surprise you?

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