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When the credits finally roll on your bingewatch of The Defenders today, make sure you don't scroll away thinking you're quite done with the latest batch of the Netflix Marvelverse. At the very end, we get a tease of what's on the way after the dust settles on Jess, Matt, Danny, and Luke's adventures — something very violent.

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In his first comics series, Black Lightning fought against a criminal organisation called the 100, led by an oversized crimelord named Tobias Whale. The villain is following the electrically powered hero to TV, where rapper Krondon will be playing Jefferson Pierce's archnemesis.

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We've barely heard anything about the plans to bring Stephen King's Dark Tower world to the small screen since it was announced, to the point that no one was sure if it was still happening. But the show has taken a big step forward today, with the announcement that The Walking Dead's Glen Mazzara will run the series.

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Doctor Who has been on and off the air for nearly 54 years, and part of the key to the show's longevity is that the baton of its lead character can be passed from actor to actor, from the First Doctor, William Hartnell, all the way to the upcoming 13th Doctor, Jodie Whittaker. But Doctor Who goes far beyond recasting — changing the lead character is a fundamental part of the show itself.

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Cast your mind back to the 2012, when the idea of a movie starring Batman and Superman was just a twinkle in Zack Snyder's eye, and the CW only had one DC TV show on the way. Back then, the network also triumphantly announced plans to succeed where NBC failed by bringing Wonder Woman to TV. Now, five years later, those plans are finally done.