Any Arrow fan well-remembers that the CW drama’s take on DC’s Suicide Squad seemingly went up in smoke over the course of Season 3, reportedly over corporate mandate not to compete with David Ayer’s upcoming film. Now, series star Willa Holland confirms as much, venting her frustration that DC TV can’t interact with the films the way Marvel or Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. do.
Season 1 of The Flash left an open question as to how Tom Cavanagh would return, his “Harrison Wells” having been outed as a disguise for the Reverse-Flash, leaving it all the more surprising that Season 2 would similarly throw the actor’s status into question. That said, Cavanagh has now been confirmed for The Flash Season 3, but which of three (or more!) characters might he play?
The fourth season finale of Arrow ended on a fairly low-key “Schism,” disappointing a throng of fans who tuned into see if a time-turning Flash twist one-night earlier would ripple out across The CW’s DC dramas. The Arrow finale went by with nary a mention of Central City, but star Stephen Amell thinks the emerald archer will be back to basics in Season 5, rather than dealing with time-travel twists from another series.
‘Arrow’ faced down a nuclear “Schism” at the hands of Damien Darhk for its Season 4 finale, but what big twist saw Oliver finally stepping into the light? And what exactly will send us to Russia in Season 5? Find out in our full review!
The Flash may have royally screwed up the timeline by its Season 2 finale “The Race of His Life,” but the hour brought with it plenty of other startling revelations to play with in Season 3 this fall. Chief among them, that masked star confirms we’ll see his character again in Season 3, as well likely to share some involvement with the most recent Legends of Tomorrow twist.
‘The Flash’ speeds through its Season 2 finale showdown with Zoom for “The Race of His Life,” but was a convoluted race worth the ‘Point’-edly time-turning Season 3 tease? And what might it mean for the other series? Find out in our full review!
The Flash has come to yet another temporary stop, as Barry finally managed to best Zoom in “The Race of His Life,” preparing to pivot toward a Point-ed new chapter in Season 3. Apart from Zoom’s final defeat however, tonight’s finale at last revealed the mysterious fate of the so-called “Man in the Iron Mask,” none other than … you guessed it, Jay Garrick! But which?
It must be May if Star City stands on the brink of destruction, but Oliver Queen’s hometown is far from the only major locale in jeopardy by this week’s Arrow Season 4 finale “Schism.” A new extended trailer for the May 25 closer sees Damon Darhk’s nukes once again on the warpath, while Star City erupts in an all-out streetfight. You know … again.
It’s that time of year again, as Flash and Arrow gear up for their respective second and fourth season finales, following this past week’s Legends of Tomorrow closer. The full photo sets see Barry in “The Race of His Life,” but what “Schism” might Arrow be hurtling toward in the final showdown with Damien Darhk?
‘Legends of Tomorrow’ breaks all of time and space for its first season finale “Legendary,” but was a convoluted battle worth the big Justice Society reveal? And who finally quit the team for good? Find out in our full review!