They just confirmed a second "season", but it'll just be an episode cut-up into six or seven again. This time they plan on also airing the entire thing on CW.
>Making one episode and cutting it up
>Calling it a season
Honestly why bother then? The first "season" seemed like a proof of concept of whether they should give it a full run. Can they really not get enough funding to do a whole series (unless of course because it's Vixen, a non-popular hero)?
Cutting up a single episode into six or seven parts only a few minutes long and releasing them a week apart is incredibly frustrating
You get boring mini episodes like the ones that focused too much on Arrow and Flash and then the audience loses interest and doesn't come back for the next week.
Do they not think that the audience can sit and watch Vixen for a full half hour in a row?
>You could tell they don't voice act that much.
Kinda hard to get into it when you're reading that awful script. That dialog was painful, all of it.
They freaking had the Flash seemingly be dumbstruck by her teleporting for fucks sake, and the line comes out in the acting every bit as forced as it is.
>Pedowitz said there were more possibilities for the character beyond that, remarking, "Hopefully that character can spin itself out or if not, join the Legends [of Tomorrow]."
Hope she appears more in live action, the actress that voices and is gonna play her in Arrow is fine as fuck
I was talking about the producers looking for an audience when the CW's own website restricts who gets to watch it. They're most likely not missing out on many extra viewers, but anything helps if they want to get a full fledged series out of this.
There needs to be more Vixen cheesecake. Caucasian features on dark skin is so hot.