We thought it unlikely that Arrow could spawn yet another CW spinoff to see The Atom joining The Flash but it turns out the network’s real plan is infinitely crazier. The CW is reportedly working on a new series to feature not only Brandon Routh’s Atom, but also Victor Garber’s Firestorm, Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold, and craziest of all, Caity Lotz’s Black Canary!
Arrow Season 3 lets loose its 15th installment of the year with “Nanda Parbat,” as Oliver journeys to the League of Assassins' headquarters to rescue Malcolm Merlyn, while Ray Palmer completes his A.T.O.M. suit and Thea lays a shocking revelation on Laurel.
If this past week’s Arrow installment “The Return” acted as a love letter to the series’ past, next Tuesday’s “Nanda Parbat” will bring us into the future. The completed A.T.O.M. suit arrives, as Oliver faces off with Ra’s al Ghul once more in the full round of photos from from next week’s latest Arrow, “Nanda Parbat!”
Arrow Season 3 lets loose its 14th installment of the year with “The Return,” as the Queens return to Lian Yu and find Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) waiting for them, while in the past Oliver arrives back in Starling City, and checks in on his loved ones.
The Flash has already made tremendous impact on The CW’s Arrow-verse, and the hits keep coming before season 3's end. Not only will Falling Skies and Hellboy star Doug Jones play a new DC metahuman baddie, but so too will Flash characters Joe West and Cisco Ramon drop by Starling City for a visit.
Now that Team Arrow has officially reunited and put battling “Canaries” behind them, Oliver and Thea will next head to the island of Lian Yu in preparation for Ra’s al Ghul’s return. That said, “The Return” is exactly what Slade Wilson was counting on, as Manu Bennett resurfaces to jack some Queens in the first photos of next week’s Arrow!
‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its 13th installment of the year with “Canaries,” as Count Vertigo (Peter Stormare)'s breakout complicates Laurel's efforts as Black Canary, while Oliver bristles against the team's new structure, and ponders whether or not to tell Thea the truth.
Welcome back to another installment of the Monday Morning Critic. In this space each week, I’ll be looking at the week that was in addition to the week ahead in television. The format will shift each week, as the world of TV will dictate the form and content of each piece. In this week’s installment: what is holding this season of ‘Arrow’ back, and what the film ‘Boyhood’ says about the state of television.
Team ‘Arrow’ has officially reunited to quell the “Uprising,” and Starling City couldn't be better off by the additional protectors forged in Brick’s reign of Glades terror. Psych! Laurel will have to square off with her own undead sister first, a battle of “Canaries,” while the secret identities of Starling’s superheroes may not stay secret for long.
‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its 12th installment of the year with “Uprising,” as Malcolm Merlyn partners with the remaining team for a final assault on Brick (Vinnie Jones), and Oliver makes his grand return to Starling City.