‘Arrow’ at long last answers the grave question at “Eleven-Fifty-Nine,” killing off a major character from the series’ beginning, but can it stick? Is the reveal a satisfying one? Find out in our full review!
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Arrow Season 4 may not have revealed the mystery occupant of that grave flash-forward (fingers crossed, Wednesday!), but at least one cast member’s workload will only increase for Season 5. Following a terrific debut, Echo Kellum’s Curtis Holt will officially join Team Arrow for Season 5 as a series regular.
‘Arrow’ gets in a punny mood with the bee-themed “Beacon of Hope,” returning ‘Walking Dead’ star Emily Kinney’s Brie Larvan, but who else finally joined Team Arrow? Do we find out who’s in the dang grave, already? Find out in our full review!
Anyone following the current season of Arrow can tell you that Oliver and Felicity have had their ups and downs, while a recent photo from producer Marc Guggenheim swung decidedly up for the couple. Now, the latest synopsis for March 23 return “Broken Hearts” may finally explain that mysterious wedding photo, teasing an ominous end along the way.
‘Arrow’ has us all “Taken” with the live-action debut of DC’s Vixen, but did a grave mystery finally reveal itself? Are Oliver and Felicity already walking back their engagement? Find out in our full review!
Caught up as we’ve gotten in Arrow’s future, the Star City of present day will have some new DC drama all its own, come Wednesday, as Megalyn Echikunwoke debuts the live-action incarnation of Vixen for upcoming installment “Taken.” The first photos have arrived, but guess who makes an even more surprising return?
‘Arrow’ almost broke its “Code of Silence” with another stunt-filled high from director James Bamford, but did Oliver’s big secret finally come out’? Plus, who’s ready to walk down the aisle? Find out in our full review!
Just as last night’s Flash brought us a look at King Shark’s return, so too did tonight’s Arrow bring our first footage of a live-action Vixen! Megalyn Echikunwoke reprises her role as the DC superheroine in the first “Taken” trailer, bringing the might of the animal kingdom along with her.
‘Arrow’ finally brought Malcolm to heel for “Sins of the Father,” but who had the upper hand, Merlyn or Nyssa’? What about Felicity’s big reunion with her own evil daddy? Find out in our full review!
The CW knew what it was doing, to schedule three DC dramas in one week between The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, and February 23 will kick off the most comic-bonkers run yet. Check out new synopses for King Shark’s Flash return, Vixen’s live-action Arrow debut, and a future Oliver’s arrival on Legends of Tomorrow!