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Crossovers allow fan favorites on both shows to interact with one another and more. While most people are down with The Flash and Arrow crossing over, there’s one group that decidedly doesn’t enjoy it when the two shows share characters or plots.
When Oliver Queen returns to Starling City in Arrow Season 4, he’ll be rocking a new costume and superhero identity. Actually, there will be another change: his home won’t be called Starling City anymore.
With Arrow, The Flash and the upcoming Legends of Tomorrow currently on The CW’s programming slate, it’s a perfectly acceptable assumption that the network would want to build its DC comics library up in the future.
Laurel has come a long way since Arrow Season 1, and when the series returns in the fall, fans will see her go through another change when it comes to how she handles her life as Black Canary.
The CW’s Arrow owes much of its success to the charisma of geeky computer genius Felicity Smoak – and the actress who plays her, Emily Bett Rickards. While consistently strong and capable throughout the show’s run, Season 3’s overwhelmingly dark tone gave Felicity less opportunities to crack wise – now it seems Season 4 will return the former IT support girl to her comedic glory.
For its upcoming Season 2, The Flash is following up on a casual namedrop over a year after it was heard in a conversation between Cisco Ramon and Caitlin Snow in the Arrow Season 2 episode “The Man Under the Hood.” We will soon see the introduction of a Justice League character in Central City.
Just like last season, Arrow and The Flash will be teaming up again together later this fall, but this crossover will have a more important purpose, as it will also help lay the groundwork for Legends of Tomorrow.
John Constantine coming to Arrow is undoubtedly exciting for fans of DC’s Hellblazer, and one of the showrunners is quick to point out that the character’s introduction makes sense story-wise given the mystical elements at play this fall.
Matt Ryan's time playing a live-action version of DC Comics' John Constantine was cut short earlier this year when NBC decided to not order a second season of the character's show, Constantine. Since then, we've heard whispers that the same incarnation of the character could live on.
After nearly two seasons of “will they?/won’t they?” on Arrow, Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak finally finally got together back in May during the Season 3 finale. Despite that, though, the show’s eponymous hero will be falling for another woman in Season 4, but with a big catch.
Last night’s three-hour Raw finally gave the world the next phase of the feud between Arrow star Stephen Amell and the bizarre baddie Stardust. Things got physical, and it led to Triple H setting up a match at SummerSlam. It's happening!
Villainy hasn’t been erased just because Oliver and Felicity are going out now on Arrow, and when the two lovers return to Starling City in Season 4, their relationship is going to suffer as a result. But how much?
If you know anything about John Barrowman, it’s that he’s a fun-loving goofball that delights in antics behind the scenes on Arrow. There was one moment in particular that made him crack up during last season’s shoot, and it was quite a stinker.
The WWE has never been a stranger to cross-promotions and oddball pairings, and they’ve got a potential doozy coming up now that Arrow star Stephen Amell has confirmed he will soon address his ongoing feud with Cory “Stardust” Rhodes on Raw.
As the upcoming super-spinoff Legends of Tomorrow gets closer to making its way to our eyeballs, we’re finding out more about the many characters that will populate its shared universe. We now know who will be don Hawkman’s giant pair of wings for The CW’s trio of superhero shows.