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It’s previously been stated that a crossover between the worlds of The Flash and Supergirl wasn’t in the cards, but now there are rumors that just might happen after all.
The Arrow Season 4 premiere had a flash-forward showing Oliver standing next to a grave. While fans are still speculating who will die in the near future, John Diggle’s actor David Ramsey has a few ideas of his own.
Oliver Queen and Co. of Arrow have the week off for Thanksgiving. Happily, a double dose of the Green Arrow will be hitting the waves next week, and it looks worth the wait.
The CW’s Arrow has been much more good than bad up to this point in the fourth season. There is, however, a certain something that may just ruin the entire show unless something changes. It's hard to care about characters' lives if their deaths don't matter, and Arrow has a bad habit of untwisting its own plot twists.
Last week, it was announced Colton Haynes will reprise Roy Harper later this season on Arrow, and now we’ve learned the character’s return will be due to a DC supervillain that has just been cast.
Fortunately for CW viewers who aren’t into the superhero or vampire scene, however, some good news has come down about the network’s comedy series: Crazy Ex Girlfriend and iZombie.
The Flash is finally taking a breather, which means there’s no new episode tonight. Not to worry, though, this break isn’t going to last long, as the following week it will return to kick off its latest crossover with Arrow. Check out the preview!
Nothing says “the weekend” like bloodsuckers getting romantically dramatic, you know what I mean? They totally get that over at The CW, where a pretty shocking schedule change just took place.
Back when Legends of Tomorrow was first announced, The CW and the show’s producers put together a huge trailer to introduce this world to audiences, but the first real trailer is here, and it is absolutely fantastic. Check it out!
The identity of Felicity Smoak’s father remains a mystery on Arrow, but there’s a big moment coming up that will find Oliver somehow intertwined with the mysterious man.
Although a preview for the upcoming crossover between The Flash and Arrow came out earlier this week, now there’s an extended trailer out that gives viewers a better idea of what’s to come. And it is fabulous.
As you can imagine, a lot of work goes into making Arrow’s fights look realistic, and in Stephen Amell’s case, case, fight coordinator James Bamford had a specific regiment for training the series lead.
We’ve learned tons of details about Legends of Tomorrow over the past few months, from characters involved to what they’ll be doing, but it’s been a mystery when the show would actually debut. Until now.
Wally West has been a name that’s been bandied about in relation to The Flash since early last spring. In that time, we’ve learned quite a bit about what to expect from the Flash character, but unfortunately, we haven’t seen hide nor hair of him on the actual CW series
Arrow’s seventh episode of Season 4 – entitled “Brotherhood” – saw family reunited and friendships reaffirmed, but it ended on one hell of an ominous note as supervillain Damien Darhk made a move that guarantees that nobody in Oliver Queen's life will be safe anymore.