Good News, Bad News: FRINGE, 90210 & Green Arrow

Good News: The CW is developing a new show revolving around a pre-Batman Dick Grayson [Robin]. Bad News: For fans, like this TV Addict, who had their fingers crossed for a Green Arrow spin-off. [Source]

Good News: Thanks to last night’s introduction of “The Observer,” FRINGE’s cool-factor just shot up ten-fold. Bad News: So to did the X-FILES comparisons. Paging Cigarette Smoking Man line one!

Good News: Kelly and Brenda continue to rock the zip that is 90210. Bad News: Annie, Dixon, Naomi, Ethan, Navid, Harry, Ryan and Debbie, you know, the new and ‘exciting’ characters we’re supposed to care about… not so much.

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  • Linda B.

    The Green Arrow spinoff could still be in the works. Maybe instead of having endless shows about spoiled rich people, the CW will now have a lineup of superhero shows. Yeah – I’d be watching!

  • Krystal

    Bah! Screw the Smoking Man comparisons! LMAO “The Observer” is ten times creepier to me, especially after the sandwich thing.

  • Nick.C

    I grew up on comics and the news about the CW developing a new show revolving around a pre-Batman Dick Grayson is horrific!I mean they have no respect for the characters(just look at Smallville and what they did to Clark Kent)It honestly makes me feel sick reading this news…

  • Just Jody

    I thought the new kids were finally getting interesting in last night’s 90210. C’mon, who doesn’t love a fight at an event? And since it looks like the old gang is now done with the zip, here’s hoping that was just the first step…. because even I won’t be able to stick around for too long without the old crew if things don’t improve.

    I was a little sad to see Kelley & Brenda still fighting over boys. They should have moved past that by now.

  • tim wilkins

    “90210″ The Good: Kelly and Brenda: love them. The Bad: Annie and Adriana: Uh, u just saw this girl w/ ur bf and ur gonna be all nice to her and etc. Can u say doormat? And the Ugly: Naomi and her parents. “parent trap’ it wasn’t.