TV Buzz: Early News On The Flash, Arrow, Game of Thrones And Under The Dome.

TV Buzz: Early News On The Flash, Arrow, Game of Thrones And Under The Dome.

With the 2013/14 TV season cooling down, thoughts turn to what's on offer this fall. Via TVLine and TVGuide's inside scoops, check out some early news from The Flash which reveals that a larger force than the meta humans are at work. Whilst in Arrow, Stephen Amell talks about the season 2 final scenes focusing on Amanda Waller.

TV Guides Natalie Abrams was lucky enough to watch the pilot episode of The Flash before it airs later in the year. Most fans expected the villainous Reverse Flash to be behind the death of his mother, not his framed father to which Natalie confirms that fans expecting this 'wont be disappointed.' Interestingly, it seems that other forces are at work which are established in the Grant Gustin lead show with the 'final moments of the series premiere will also hint at other nefarious forces at work in Central City'. Abrams also assures fans that the Arrow crossover 'will not disappoint.' Who or what this could be remains to be seen when the show airs in the fall on The CW. Could it be a Slade Wilson type character who operates behind the scenes?

Taking of Arrow, TVLines Matt Webb spoke recently to Oliver Queen himself, Stephen Amell, about how Amanda Waller's presumed flashback sences will affect Oliver in season 3: “Oliver lost a lot of his humanity in those five years [away from Starling City], so as we see that continue to happen it in the flashbacks, we will see how much of his humanity he wants to get back in the present.”

Game of Thrones returns to HBO this Sunday following a one week break. After the shocking end to the last episode, Sansa Stark, being the sole witness to Littlefingers treason, holds all the cards and a degree of power. However, whether or not she will testify against the man who saved her from the Lannisters and Kingslanding waits to be seen but the decision she makes will 'show exactly how far she's come in playing the game' according to Abrams.

Under the Dome is set to return to CBS this summer and the events of last series will haunt corrupt conciller Big Jim according to actor Dean Norris : There are moments where Big Jim maybe sees ghosts," "While it's a terrifying situation, it's also funny to see Big Jim have to squirm with these kind of ghosts of Christmas past and the future and have to deal with them."

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Filed Under "Other" 5/28/2014 Source: TV Guide
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