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superman & lois
Showrunner Todd Helbing addressed a number of those changes & challenges earlier today in an interview with EW Two issues in particular that caught our eye were the role Jenna Dewan's Lucy Lane will play in Lois's life and the difference between Superman's dynamic with new DOD boss Lt Mitch Anderson (Ian Bohen) as compared to Dylan[...]
Ex-Superman & Lois Writer: "I Can't Say I Felt Heard"; Fisher/JL Case
Tucker described a working environment in which she found herself "flagging #metoo jokes," "defending the Bechdel test" to guarantee proper female representation in storylines, and "fighting to ensure the only Black faces on screen aren't villains"- with a direct critique of series showrunner Todd Helbing's leadership abilities and skills when it came to dealing with others[...]
A look at Superman & Lois (Image: The CW)
All Rights Reserved. One of the biggest takeaways from the interview was the not-too-subtle critique of series showrunner Todd Helbing when Tucker explained what a writer's room that she was heading would be like "I of course have a million ideas, and maybe you'll see some of them in Season 1 But if I were in[...]
'The Flash' Season 5, Episode 17 "Time Bomb": Will Nora Tell Her Folks About Thawne? [PREVIEW]
Rob Greenlea directed the episode written by Kristen Kim & Sterling Gates In the following featurette "Inside: Time Bomb," executive producer Todd Helbing offers viewers a little behind-the-scenes insights into how the season got to this point – and where things might be going in this week's episode: And what kind of The Flash preview would this[...]
flash season 4 finale
According to executive producer Todd Helbing, the Flash season 4 finale is going to set up the big bad for season 5, and most comic fans will be able to figure it out from the threat introduced in the finale. Photo: Shane Harvey/The CW — © 2018 The CW Network, LLC All rights reserved Helbing told that the[...]
Barry Allen
The hit parade continues over the next three weeks building up to the finale and Todd Helbing, executive producer, gave TVLine some clues for their May Sweeps / Season Finale look Spoilers ahead as we put together all that we know. The Flash — Photo: Katie Yu/The CW — © 2018 The CW Network, LLC All[...]
Executive Producer Todd Helbing takes us inside the mid-season finale of The Flash, called 'Don't Run' The episode seems to turn up the heat for two of our heroes as Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) is abducted by The Thinker (Neil Sandilands) in order to teach him a lesson Meanwhile, Amunet Black (Katee Sackhoff) returns in[...]
Flash season 4
All of this is talked about in the clip below as executive producer Todd Helbing takes us inside When Harry Met Harry. If you remember when the Elongated Man first appeared, his costume was rather generic and this suit seems to keep that in mind as it's more practical than spectacular I'm sure as the season[...]
DCTV Recap
Executive producer Todd Helbing talks about the new episode, how Barry (Grant Gustin) has changed since coming out of the Speed Force, and the lighter tone for the new season. The video starts by talking about how Barry has left behind all of the negative things from his past But things are very different six months[...]
Flash season 4
Executive producer and showrunner Todd Helbing told him that there is a psychological component to Season 4: "The Thinker literally is the smartest guy on the planet, so there's a lot of chess pieces that he's moving around simultaneously As our team is figuring out who he is and what they think the plan is, there's[...]
Meet The New Rogues – Mirror Master And Top Make Their Debut
The second video is executive producer Todd Helbing talking about The New Rogues episode, how Mirror Master and Top fit in to Central City and the team looking for another Harrison Wells… yeah, that one threw me off too. The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8 PM on the CW. [...]
Flash Season 3 Will Be Lighter In Tone
I can't go into too much detail, but he's quite a bit different. And executive producer Todd Helbing explained the advantage  of having two villains as the big bads this year: [We're] trying to have the powers that they both possess play off of each other It's not just, 'Oh, I have to catch this guy and take[...]
Why Another Speedster For Flash Season 3?
After having the big bad for season one be Reverse-Flash and then for season two it was Zoom… fans have questioned the logic of bringing Savitar in as a big season three villain. IGN asked executive producer Todd Helbing that exact question Why another speedster? Is it more interesting when Barry has to go up against[...]