Today’s bite-sized serial menu brings news and tidbits from Arrow, Once Upon A Time, The Walking Dead, and Sherlock.
- A new promotional image for the CW’s upcoming Arrow superhero series has arrived. Stephen Amell is pictured lining up a target — hopefully it’s a good arc:
- Once Upon A Time‘s Jennifer Morrison says that the second season of the fantasy drama is still in the conceptual stage, but reveals that “Season 2 is about the idea of romantic love in [Emma's] life,” and also “exploring the relationship with her mother now that she knows who her mother is. So there’s going to be a lot of relational stuff going on for Emma in Season 2.” Watch her interview with E! in the player below (via):
- The Walking Dead will have an obstacle course at this summer’s San Diego Comic Con. The Walking Dead Escape will allow participants to be a survivor and race through a zombie-infested evacuation zone; be a walker who joins the ranks of the undead; or a spectator who watches from the sidelines during an Escape Party. The event takes place at San Diego Comic Con on July 12-15 to mark the 100th issue of the Image/Skybound Comic series that inspired AMC’s popular zombie serial. [THR]
- Sherlock executive producer Steven Moffat promises a “puzzling” climax to the third series that will leave viewers “just as frustrated as ever they were”. He also noted that ['SPOILER'] Sherlock’s faux-death at the end of series two would likely go down as one of the most cunning in history when its method is revealed to fans: [Radio Times]:
“We’ve had our meeting, we’ve decided what we’re doing and how we’re going to approach it, and I think we’ve got a climax to the next series that will have people just as frustrated as they ever were.”
“We know what we’re doing. If Sherlock Holmes is going to fake his own death, it better be the best faked death of all time. I think it’s pretty good,”