Like The Flash, Arrow is going on an extended hiatus with no new episodes until March 18. Fortunately, The CW has released a promo for Episode 16, titled “The Offer,” for fans to chew on for the next several weeks.
Included among The CW’s in-development Arrow and The Flash spinoff project will be several DC superheroes that have never been in a TV series before. Here are our top picks for who these heroes might be.
The CW has done an impressive job building its own DC TV universe over the past three TV seasons, and now it might be expanding further. There is an Arrow and The Flash team-up spinoff now in early development.
It didn't end with a twist as shocking as the mid-season finale but “Nanda Parbat,” the de facto mid-mid-season finale, also contained quite the cliffhanger. The fifteenth episode was rather riveting and a step up from what has been a lacklustre third season of Arrow. Probably, had something to do with a certain someone taking flight.
Arrow fans have been taught to expect the unexpected on a weekly basis, but Season 3’s main antagonist just changed the game in an unexpected way in tonight's episode. And now we have to wait three weeks to see what happens next.
The Flash began its hiatus this week, and Arrow will be joining it after Episode 15 airs. To infuriate fans further, “Nanda Parbat” will also leave the audience with a cliffhanger.
The good news is, the next new episode of The Flash looks awesome. The bad news is, we have to wait weeks to see it, as CW has put the freshman superhero drama in reruns until later in March. The CW dropped this little nugget of disappointment in the trailer...
There was a lot to take in during this week’s episode of Arrow, but what you may not have noticed is that the episode included a fun reference to one of the most famous science fiction franchises of all time: Star Trek.
Fans got their first look at Brandon Routh in the A.T.O.M. costume several weeks back, but now we can see what it looks like within Arrow thanks to the 30 second promo for Episode 15, titled “Nanda Parbat.” Take a look!
Since he proved such a formidable and entertaining adversary for Season 2, Arrow fans have been waiting for “The Return” of Slade Wilson for some time. The CW series didn't keep Deathstroke alive just so he could rot away in some prison. Was bringing back the second season's super-successful big-bad a good idea?
Oliver Queen has faced many different types of bad guys during Arrow, but most of their skills can actually be learned in real life He’ll have to up his game later this season when he deals with a new bad guy with special abilities, as Doug Jones joins the cast.
Thanks to a new photo, now the possibility of a crossover between Arrow’s Oliver Queen and The Flash recurring character Firestorm is suddenly on our minds. Are these two about to blaze the trail for the superhero team-up few of us expected?
One of the more recurring rumors about where Arrow is headed is that at some point, John Diggle will become the TV version of popular Green Lantern John Stewart. Now one of the showrunners has finally addressed whether ‘space cop’ is a career in Diggle’s future.
Huntress has been one of the more popular recurring characters on Arrow, and many fans have been asking when we’ll see the crossbow-wielding femme fatale again. Here's what executive producer Marc Guggenheim had to say about adding the character to the mix this season.
Following up on last week's excellent guest appearance by a certain gone-but-never-forgotten Canary, next week's Arrow is actually bringing back a few other characters from episodes' past. In addition to Cynthia Addai-Robinson's Amanda Waller and Malcolm Merlyn, Two less likely recurring characters are making an appearance in "The Return," one in flashback and the other much more present. More specific spoilers ahead!