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Arrow has always been the darkest of the three DC TV shows on The CW, and it looks like some of that darkness will be spreading over to The Flash. The big Arrow death will take its toll on Team Flash in a big way.
The first 18 episodes of Arrow Season 4 built toward a big death that would land one of Oliver’s nearest and dearest in a grave, and now that funeral has probably put Oliver and the rest of his comrades in danger's way.
Barry Allen is currently without his super speed on The Flash, but this new development doesn’t match up with him showing up in Arrow’s flash forward. Here’s the explanation for this inconsistency.
Flashbacks have been a major part of Arrow from the beginning, and they used to be great. Lately, however, they aren't so much. According to the executive producer, there's a good reason why.
Death has come to Arrow in a very big way as one of the main characters was sent off to that great vigilante bunker in the sky. According to executive producer Marc Guggenheim, the death will play a big part in Felicity's decisions.
Arrow has gone through some major changes in Season 4, and the recent big death means that more change is on the way. One character in particular has some personal challenges to face in the rest of the season, and it sounds like the journey will definitely be worth watching.
When Green Arrow isn’t busy brooding, shooting arrows at criminals, or flashing back to his time trapped on a hellish island, then he’s usually getting some kisses. But just who gave the best on-screen kiss on Arrow?
Next week’s episode of Arrow, titled “Canary Cry,” will undoubtedly be a somber affair, and will bring two members of the show’s ensemble back to mourn Laurel’s passing: Dinah Lance and Nyssa al Ghul.
The CW’s Arrow delivered a blow to fans on Wednesday night when the show killed off a well-loved and long-standing character from the series by the end of the hour. Now, it looks like that death will also have an impact on Legends of Tomorrow.
On last night’s Arrow episode, titled “Eleven-Fifty-Nine,” Laurel whispered something to Oliver that fans couldn’t hear. Here’s when we’ll find out what she told him. Warning: spoilers are ahead!
So, Arrow really did it. They really, actually killed off a major character and there’s no way to bring them back. Whatever your feelings about the big death, showrunner Marc Guggenheim wants you to know that it really had to happen.
For the past 17 episodes of Arrow, we've had to wonder and theorize and speculate about which character was going to die by the end of the season. Now, we finally know the truth, and the show as we knew it will never be the same.
In this era of social media and smart phones, spoilers for major TV cliffhangers tend to not be too hard to find so long as there are paparazzi out there to snap pics, and Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim doesn't mince words about his thoughts on paparazzi leaks.
Once upon a time on Arrow, dead just meant dead. Now, as the seasons have passed and Oliver’s world has gotten bigger, death means something very different.
Few characters on DC TV shows are ever completely safe, no matter whether they're original to the shows or legends from the comics. According to Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim, there's a special sort of math that goes into choosing who dies.