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'Dynasty' Season 4 Premiere Episode Synopsis & Cast List!

'Dynasty' Season 4 Premiere Episode Synopsis & Cast List!

Dynasty is back for it’s fourth season TONIGHT (May 7)!

The long awaited new season kicks off right where we left off in season three, with Fallon and Liam getting ready for their wedding.

If you missed the season three finale, Fallon’s bachelorette party got a little wild and was very reminiscent of The Hangover.

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The CW Reveals 'Black Lightning' Series Finale Date & Episode Synopsis

The CW Reveals 'Black Lightning' Series Finale Date & Episode Synopsis

Black Lightning is coming to an end in just a couple of weeks!

The CW just revealed the exact date of the final episode, along with a brief synopsis.

The title of the episode is “The Book of Resurrection: Chapter Two: Closure,” and is directed by showrunner Salim Akil.

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'DC's Stargirl' Renewed For Season 3 Ahead of Season 2 Premiere, Plus 'Kung Fu' Gets Picked Up For Second Season!

'DC's Stargirl' Renewed For Season 3 Ahead of Season 2 Premiere, Plus 'Kung Fu' Gets Picked Up For Second Season!

The CW has just issued two more renewals – DC’s Stargirl and Kung Fu!!

Brec Bassinger‘s Stargirl has yet to premiere it’s second season, and the network has already picked up the series for a season three.

The show, which originated on the DC Universe streaming service, follows high school sophomore Courtney Whitmore (Bassinger) as she inspires an unlikely group of young heroes to stop the villains of the past. This new drama reimagines Stargirl and the very first superhero team, the Justice Society of America, in an unpredictable series.

DC’s Stargirl also stars Luke Wilson, Amy Smart, Yvette Monreal, Anjelika Washington, Cameron Gellman, Trae Romano, Jake Austin Walker, Hunter Sansone, Meg DeLacy, Neil Jackson and Christopher James Baker.

If you missed it, find out when season two will premiere on The CW!

In addition, the new show Kung Fu, starring Olivia Liang as Nicky Shen, has received a second season renewal.

It follows Nicky Shen, who drops out of college after a quarter-life crisis and goes on a life-changing journey to an isolated monastery in China. But when she returns to San Francisco, she finds her hometown is overrun with crime and corruption and her own parents are at the mercy of a powerful Triad. Nicky will rely on her friends and family, as well as her martial arts skills and Shaolin values to protect her community and bring criminals to justice…all while searching for the ruthless assassin who killed her Shaolin mentor Pei-Ling and is now targeting her.

The new series is the second new show on the network this year that has been greenlit for another season. The first was Jared Padelecki‘s hit new series Walker.

Kung Fu also stars Eddie Liu, Gavin Stenthouse, Jon Prasida, Kheng Hua Tan, Shannon Dang, Tony Chung, Tzi Ma and Vanessa Kai. You can currently catch the show on Wednesday nights at 8pm on The CW!

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Elizabeth Gillies Is Back On 'Dynasty' In 1 Week - Here's What to Expect!

Elizabeth Gillies Is Back On 'Dynasty' In 1 Week - Here's What to Expect!

The upcoming fourth season of Dynasty is exactly ONE WEEK away!!!

The CW filthy rich drama, which stars Elizabeth Gillies, will premiere it’s new season on Friday, May 7th.

Like most other shows, Dynasty is expected to pick up right where they left off on the sudden end of season three, due to the pandemic. If you need a refresher on the season three finale, click here!

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The CW Has Pulled 'Bulletproof' From It's Streaming Service Amid Noel Clarke Allegations

The CW Has Pulled 'Bulletproof' From It's Streaming Service Amid Noel Clarke Allegations

The CW will no longer have the show Bulletproof available to stream.

The network has pulled the British cop drama from it’s streaming platform CW Seed amid misconduct allegations against one of it’s stars, Noel Clarke (pictured, left), according to Deadline.

Bulletproof originally comes from the UK network Sky, and The CW picked it up to air the episodes in the US, having recently just aired season three in March.

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The CW Announces 'Stargirl' Season 2 Premiere Date, 'Riverdale' Return Gets Pushed Back & More!

The CW Announces 'Stargirl' Season 2 Premiere Date, 'Riverdale' Return Gets Pushed Back & More!

The CW just revealed the premiere dates for quite a few shows!

The network’s announcement on Thursday (April 29) revealed that DC’s Stargirl will premiere it’s second season on Tuesday, August 10th at 8pm ET/PT.

It will be initially paired with Superman & Lois as it wraps up it’s first season. Then, Supergirl will take the place of Superman & Lois once again, as it returns for it’s final episodes on August 24th.

In addition, the return of Riverdale has been moved by a whole month. It was originally set to return on July 7th, but will now come back on August 11th.

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Dominic Purcell Announces He Will Only Appear 'Periodically' In Season 7 of 'Legends of Tomorrow'

Dominic Purcell Announces He Will Only Appear 'Periodically' In Season 7 of 'Legends of Tomorrow'

Dominic Purcell had quite the weekend on Instagram!

The 51-year-old actor, who has played Mick Rory / Heat Wave, wrote a scathing statement on his account regarding his role on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

“Deal isn’t done. I have no interest. What ever cash they throw on the corporate level. Im walking away from @cw_legendsoftomorrow. It’s been a total pleasure and a humbling experience bringing @dccomics iconic character #heatwave (aka) MICK RORY to life,” he wrote. “I smashed this character- not an actor in the world could have done better. FACT.”

“Time to move on and see how sh-t unfolds. @caitylotz @nickzano look after the kids coming through. They need education. They are a number- teach them to not rely on loyalty from the studio,” Dominic continued. “The studio does not care. The actors work ethic and talent must give them the confidence to question authority. ….Much love to all. It’s not lost on me how very fortunate I am.”

He then deleted the post and followed up with a new one, writing, “God would everyone chill the f–k out. Why are people losing their mind because I’m leaving the show. Yes my tone was heavy straight to the point…It’s who I am. Do I have a beef with the studio at @warnerbrostv NO!”

Dominic added, “Big thanks to the cast and crew and all the awesome relationships I’ve made over the years. Thank you all. Dom.”

“Yes I said [the studio doesn’t] care. That’s not correct of course they do— just me being emotional and over stuff,” he later said. “We all work in a big machine. Sometimes sh-t happens. It’s life.”

He then clarified that he was leaving the show as a series regular, but will come back “periodically with a handshake deal with my boss Phil Klemmer.”

All of his posts about leaving the show have been removed from his Instagram page. Warner Bros TV, Greg Berlanti nor The CW have responded to Dominic’s statements at the time of this post.