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The second season of The CW's 'Arrow' ended on a tremendously strong note with finale installment "Unthinkable," though we were left with a number of questions as to how season 3 would play out, with Olivers of either timeline in such vastly different circumstance. Now, we've learned of at least few new flashback characters, as well as a present-day villain and a new superhero character that sound suspiciously like a DC comics favorite!
Yesterday saw The CW speeding out its first full trailer for 'The Flash,' having spun off Grant Gustin's Barry Allen from 'Arrow' into his own DC series for the fall. The impressive five-minute trailer revealed plenty of comic goodness and lighting-quick heroics, but moved so fast that we needed to slow that sucker down! So, what speedy secrets lie hidden in the world of The CW’s ‘The Flash’?
Earlier today, 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash' raced out its first full trailer, but even as the last of the broadcast networks to reveal its full schedule, The CW was far from finished. The network issued its full fall 2014 schedule, pairing Barry Allen with the Winchester brothers and leaving a few other comic characters for midseason, while we've also got our first video looks at 'iZombie,' 'Jane the Virgin' and more.
If you thought last night's 'Flash' teaser debut with the 'Arrow' finale got your heart racing, wait until you see the full trailer for the CW's DC comics drama! Our first genuine look at the scarlet speedster's new fall series reveals not only Grant Gustin's Barry Allen displaying lightning-quick wit and even quicker moves, but also our first major DC villain, and a pointed guest star for the pilot, none other than the 'Arrow' himself, Oliver Queen!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its twenty-third and final episode of the year with season finale “Unthinkable,” as Oliver rallies his friends and allies for the final confrontation with Slade Wilson, while the fate of Starling City hangs in the balance.
Last week's penultimate ‘Arrow’ installment “Streets of Fire” saw Oliver and his team racing around the city to combat Slade's destructive army, while Malcolm Merlyn returned with a proposal for Thea, and Sebastian Blood had second thoughts about their reign of terror, so what does the twenty-third and final episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Is all hope for Starling lost as Oliver Queen's second year comes to a close?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 23, finale installment “Unthinkable!”
Look out 'Arrow', there's a new superhero on the block! 'The Flash' has officially been ordered to series for The CW this fall, and to prove it, tonight's 'Arrow' season 2 finale "Unthinkable" debuted the fastest man alive in his his first official footage from DC's 'The Flash.' See the scarlet speedster in action right now, but don't blink, or you'll miss it!
We're still not sure how to feel now that The CW's 'Arrow' has officially spun off 'The Flash' into his own series confirmed ordered for the fall, but it seems our fears may soon be put to rest with our first look at Grant Gustin's Barry Allen in motion as the fastest man alive. See the first footage of 'The Flash''s super-speed and find out when we'll see a new sneak peek right now!
'Arrow' season 2 went all out with the action in this past week's "Streets of Fire," but will next week's finale event "Unthinkable" reach the same dazzling heights? All bets are off with the full set of promotional photos for next week's finale, including some surprising returns, and dark fates implied in the war between Oliver, Slade and A.R.G.U.S.!
When The CW first announced that 'The Flash' would put Barry Allen in 'Arrow''s Starling City before spinning the scarlet speedster into his own series, we were a bit skeptical. What we've seen of Grant Gustin and the series have been promising to date, and now The CW confirmed 'The Flash' in our future with a fall series order for its 'Arrow' spinoff.