The CW has formally picked up both The Flash and iZombie for next fall, bringing the number of new DC television shows for next season up to three. While it was all but expected that The Flash would be appearing on the station next seaspm, Hollywood insiders were also expecting iZombie, which was helmed by Veronica Mars' Ron Howard, to be picked up after its pilot episode was very well received.
In related news, the Outhouse is pleased to announce Flash Facts, an Easter egg column about the Flash series, which will be published the morning after CW airs new episodes of the Flash. "People can't get enough of Arrow Annotations," said Outhouse Editor in Chief Christian Hoffer. "So we'll give them more DC easter eggs and hope they don't notice we also run a site solely dedicated to pointing out DC's many flaws."
According to an IGN report, CW also picked up Jane the Virgin and The Messengers. Not making the cut was a Supernatural spinoff series. The report also stated that Tomorrow People, starring Arrow's Stephen Amell's cousin Robbie Amell, has been cancelled, as has Star-Crossed and The Carrie Diaries.
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