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After the CW cast America’s Next Top Model to Fridays during the Summer, I thought it was on its last svelte legs. Leave it to Tyra Banks to reinvent it by implementing social media scores and including men in the cast. Bravo on the latter.

In addition, the network’s decision to air it only once a year also made fans actually crave for the next cycle. Witnessing all of Banks’ antics only once a year is the perfect amount. All of these changes seem to have worked in the show’s favor.

The CW just announced it’s ordered a 22nd cycle of ANTM. Once again, it’ll feature men and women. Dates for the start of production and premiere will be announced at a later date.

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Ever since Arrow premiered, fans have been waiting for Katie Cassidy’s character Laurel to become Black Canary. It’s been two years in the making, and her transformation is finally here.

On the tenth episode of Arrow Season 3 titled “Left Behind,” Black Canary makes her debut. We get to see if all that training from Ted Grant/Wildcat pays off. The CW has released the first two photos of Laurel as her crime-fighting alter ego all decked out in leather from head to toe. Check them out below.

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The Flash Makes CW History

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Now that all the data from the series premiere of The Flash have been tabulated, it’s official… The CW has a hit on their hands. The comic book television adaptation sped past the competition big time.

Ratings for the Arrow spin-off rises to 6.8 million total viewers after final Live + 7 Day Nielsen ratings data have been factored in. It becomes the CW’s most watched telecast of any series in the history of the network since its September 2006 launch. Congrats to executive producer Greg Berlanti, actor Grant Gustin and the entire cast.

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Arrow Casts Wildcat & Debuts Season 3 Preview Clip

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Starling City is about to get a new resident. J.R. Ramirez joins Arrow as Ted ‘Wildcat’ Grant.

His character is an ex-boxer who runs a gym for underprivileged youths in Starling City in between training vigilantes like Black Canary as a member of the Justice Society of America. I suppose this is how Laurel (Katie Cassidy) transitions from district attorney to a leather-clad vigilante. Ramirez’s previous credits include appearances on House Of Payne and Emily Owens M.D..

Just in case you missed it, I’ve also embedded a Season 3 preview clip producers presented at San Diego Comic-Con. There’s plenty to see including Brandon Routh’s arrival, Colton Haynes in his new Arsenal outfit and the season’s big bad villain, Ra’s al Ghul. Check it out below, along with a photo of Ramirez.

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Check Out Colton Haynes In His Arsenal Costume

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Fans have been waiting for this moment since Colton Haynes joined the show. Finally during the show’s third season, Haynes will make his debut as Arsenal. Entertainment weekly snagged their hands of Haynes wearing the costume which will make its debut during the Season 3 premiere of Arrow.

In the DC Comics Universe, Harper first appeared as Speedy, Green Arrow’s teenage sidekick. 50 years after making his debut, the modern-day version was an early member of the Teen Titans who later assumed the identity Arsenal. Check it out Haynes in full Arsenal attire below.

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Wentworth Miller Joins The Flash

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His return to acting wasn’t just lip service. Wentworth Miller is serious about stepping in front of the camera once again. He just signed on to join The CW’s The Flash. Since his breakout role in Prison Break, Miller has only appeared a handful of times on television. His return is long overdue. Find out his role below.

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The CW’s decision to only air America’s Next Top Model once a year was a wise one. I actually miss all of Tyra Banks’ “insightful and sage” advice to aspiring models. Dare I say, I also miss her ridiculous terms she invents.

On August 22, all the fashion action returns. Smartly, the show opted for a second cycle of “Guys and Girls.” Last season, not only provided lots of drama but plenty of male eye candy. This year’s crop doesn’t disappoint.

After sitting out for two cycles, popular judge, J. Alexander, returns to the panel, taking over a departing Rob Evans. Photographer Yu Tsai replaces Johnny Wujeck during the shoots. Though I love Wujeck, the creative quotient of the shoots since Jay Manuel left, haven’t been as fantastic. This year’s international destination is Seoul, South Korea. Check out the promo touting J. Alexander’s homecoming below.

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The 2014 Primetime Emmy Nominations & Snubs

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The 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards nominations were announced this morning at the TV Academy in North Hollywood. HBO, once again, reigns supreme beating out rival networks with 99 total nominations. Silicon Valley, The Normal Heart, Veep, True Detective and naturally Game of Thrones all being recognized by the Academy. Behind it were CBS with 47 noms, NBC with 46, and FX with 45.

In terms of individual shows, Game of Thrones is this year’s most nominated program. Close behind were Fargo and American Horror Story: Coven with 18 and 17 nominations respectively. I was pleasantly surprised to see Adam Driver (Girls) and Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex) get some love.

On the flip side, Modern Family‘s Ed O’Neill, Eric Stonestreet and Sofia Vergara were snubbed. Also missing out were The Blacklist‘s James Spader and The Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany. How many characters does the latter have to play to get some Emmy lovin’.

The Americans, Sons of Anarchy and The Good Wife also missed out in the big categories. The latter’s omission certainly hurts given no broadcast shows made the Best Drama cut. Arguably, the CBS program had one of its best creative years ever.

Winners will be announced at the 66th annual Primetime Emmys ceremony on August 25, to be hosted by Seth Meyers. Check out the rest of the nominations below.

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