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The most exciting part of tonight's Flash episode actually came after the final scene, as it was our character-filled first look at the upcoming crossover episode between Flash and Arrow. Check it out!
Fans of the DC universe on television have been all abuzz in recent weeks as the upcoming crossover event between The Flash and Arrow approaches. Arrow star Stephen Amell is excited about what the future of the crossovers will mean for The CW.
One of the most anticipated events to hit the airwaves as part of the DC universe on television in the upcoming crossover between The CW’s Arrow and The Flash. Both shows have been bigger than ever this season, and the latest crossover will see an unprecedented number of superheroes in the fold.
The Flash and Arrow are set to cross over with one another this season, but it won't be anything like last year. Here's what we know about the CW's big yearly event.
Arrow’s sixth episode of Season 4 saw the resolution of the mystery of just what happened to Ray Palmer and how exactly the man in the supersuit could have possibly survived a devastating explosion. As it turns out, the answer was right in front of us the entire time.
There have been lots of Arrow characters bouncing back and forth between life and the grave, thanks to the Lazarus Pit. And even though that device has been rendered useless, it doesn't mean that we won't still be re-meeting up with dead characters.
Ray Palmer is still alive on Arrow. Unfortunately, he’s being held captive by Damien Darhk, and the Season 4 big baddie has kept the tech genius his prisoner for this reason.
Following John Constantine’s appearance on Arrow, fans have renewed their efforts in seeing the character’s show brought back by launching a new campaign.
The CW's Arrow has had a gallery of terrifying supervillains, but none have been as downright chilling as Slade Wilson. Star Stephen Amell recently dropped a surprise spoiler that indicates that Slade's influence is not entirely gone from the show.
Arrow and The Flash will be joining forces yet again in 2015, but this crossover isn’t just another opportunity to team Oliver Queen and Barry Allen again.
By this spring, the networks will make some big decisions on whether or not some of our favorites will get renewals, and for now we are keeping tabs on what shows are cancelled, which are renewed and which at least have received full season orders.
Netflix has been losing a lot of popular programming in recent months, instead choosing to focus more on original programming. However, very soon the subscription streaming service may lose some of the biggest network TV programs it is still paying for, and not because Netflix is alright with losing those programs.
Matt Ryan reprised his role as John Constantine in last night’s Arrow episode “Haunted,” and while in Star City, the chain-smoking occultist used the opportunity to take a shot at his former TV home.
Here’s how executive producer Marc Guggenheim feels about that.
Season 4 of Arrow has taken audiences in an entirely new direction as the magical and mystical are explored further than we could have ever expected. "Haunted" introduced John Constantine into the fold, and here are three reasons he needs to return as soon as possible.