Michele Curran


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Michele Curran is the newest addition to the TV Source Magazine team! She’s a New Yorker with passionate TV opinion, loves soaps, music, attending broadway and being a masochist for sports. Oh, and she’s #TeamCap. Follow her on Twitter @MimiC1019.

Recent Articles

Brec Bassinger Cast as DC Universe’s Stargirl

Two months after announcing a Stargirl series was in development, DC Universe has found their Stargirl in Brec Bassinger (All Night, Bella and the Bulldogs). The title character, also known as Courtney Whitmore, discovers her step-father was once a superhero and together with the Justice Society of America, they fight villains from the past and present.

DC Universe Releases First Official Images of ‘Titans’

With the launch of the DC Universe streaming service today (Batman Day), this means the series premiere of Titans is only a month away! Warner Bros. Television has released images from premiere episode as well as Episode 2, titled “Hawk & Dove”.

Michael Caruso’s ‘Winterthorne’ Series to Be Novelized

Winterthorne, the four-episode soap opera web series created by Michael Caruso (DeVanity) in 2015, is being adapted into a novel!

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest: The Flash’s Hartley Sawyer on Sue Dibny, Jim Carrey, and Batman

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest brought together stars from Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Gotham this weekend in Edison, New Jersey for a fun event filled with cosplay, art, merchandise, photo and autograph opportunities, as well as panels with the stars of these hit shows. Hartley Sawyer, who plays Ralph Dibny aka Elongated Man on The Flash sat for a […]

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest: The Flash’s Candice Patton on being a role model for young women, Iris breaking barriers

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest brought together stars from Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Gotham this weekend in Edison, New Jersey for a fun event filled with cosplay, art, merchandise, photo and autograph opportunities, as well as panels with the stars of these hit shows. Candice Patton, who plays Iris West-Allen on The […]

Review: Amazon Delivers Strong Characters and Great Drama with Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan

Amazon Prime released the first season of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan on Friday, August 31, with a second season in pre-production. The series based on the character made famous in Clancy’s books, has been previously portrayed by Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and Chris Pine. This time, John Krasinski takes on the role of […]

DC Universe Streaming Service to launch on Batman Day

Announced today during DC Universe’s first live stream, hosted by Kevin Smith, the DC streaming service will launch September 15 — otherwise known as Batman Day.

Yellowstone: The Gritty Dallas Reboot You Didn’t Know You Needed

Earlier this summer, Yellowstone premiered on the Paramount Network with a two-hour season opener. For a new viewer, investing two hours into one episode can seem daunting, but by the end of the second hour, you understand why the audience’s initial introduction to the Dutton’s and their life in Montana needed that time.  With sweeping […]

Ruby Rose cast as The CW’s Batwoman

Orange is the New Black star Ruby Rose, who identifies as gender fluid, has officially been cast as The CW’s Batwoman. The out model- actress rose to fame after joining the cast of Netflix’s Orange is the New Black in season 3 as Stella Carlin.

Supergirl Casts Nicole Maines as First Transgender Superhero for Season 4

In May of this year, Supergirl put out a casting call for a transgender actress to join the show’s fourth season. On Saturday at San Diego Comic Con, it was announced that transgender actress and activist Nicole Maines would be playing the part of Nia Nal- assumed to be a version of the DC Comics character […]

First Look Trailers from The CW’s DCTV Shows Released at #SDCC

The CW’s DC superhero dramas — Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and Black Lightning — had a big presence at San Diego Comic-Con today, with each holding their own panels discussing the details of upcoming seasons and answering questions about the previous ones. The network released first look trailers for the series that premiered during […]

Krypton Season 2 Details Revealed at SDCC

The stars of Syfy’s Krypton came to San Diego Comic Con to discuss the fallout of Season 1 and what to expect in Season 2. Here’s what we learned at the series panel, moderated by TV Guide’s Damien Holbrook.

Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti Developing Stargirl Series for DC Universe

During a San Diego Comic-Con Spotlight panel, former DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns announced he will be teaming up with prolific producer Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter to executive produce a Stargirl series for the upcoming DC Universe streaming service. This will be the sixth series in development for the service and its fourth […]

Batwoman TV Series in Development at The CW

The CW is developing a new series based on the DC Comics superhero series Batwoman to join the acclaimed Arrow-verse in 2019.

Interview: Ladies of the Lake: Return to Avalon Executive Producer Michael Caruso

Ladies of the Lake, the series based on the novel by Days of our Lives owner/executive producer Ken Corday, debuted on Amazon Prime in May of 2017. The first season went on to receive 18 Indie Series Awards Nominations with Wins for Best Guest Actress (Arianne Zucker), Best Guest Actor (Ian Buchanan), and Best Lead […]

Krypton Recap: Season One Finale – “The Phantom Zone”

Thankfully, Syfy blessed us with a Season 2 pick up for Krypton before airing the season finale, so no need to panic over resolution of that giant cliffhanger! I’ve said numerous times that the storytelling on Krypton has been innovative, intriguing, and gutsy. Throughout the first season, the twists and turns that have been placed […]

Krypton Recap: Season 1 Episode 9 “Hope”

OH. MY.GOD. I don’t even know where to begin. I’ll begin with Adam. He’s not on this week. But holy kryptonite, everything else. Let’s dive into my Krypton recap for “Hope”.

Riverdale Recap: “Chapter Thirty-Five: Brave New World”

Well Riverdale fans, the season finale is upon us and now we have a, dare I say, welcome breath of air in between seasons. When Riverdale is great, it’s great. When it’s not, it’s really not. The storytelling hasn’t been as good this season as last and personally I believe having the 22 episode order […]