Oliver will make an unexpected alliance to defeat Prometheus. “The alliances are going to be very surprising. You’re not going to believe who Oliver is working with to defeat Prometheus,” Executive Producer Wendy Mericle told Entertainment Weekly . “It’s going to be really emotional. It’s going to be all about Oliver’s family, but not the family we’re thinking of right now. It’s going to end in a giant explosion, but not where we think it’s going to end, and the emotional punch is going to be bigger than the actual physical part of the bombs going off.”
Yesterday came the news that Arrow will return for a sixth season, which saw one question bubbling to the surface of fan discussion: what about the flashbacks?After all, in almost every Arrow episode so far, the action has been interrupted by scenes from five years ago, from the 'five years in hell' (some of it on an island) that Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen suffered through before returning to Starling City and becoming a bow-and-arrow-sporting, hood-wearing vigilante in the pilot episode. Now that we've had five years worth of flashbacks, will those cutaways end? Read more: http://www.denofgeek.com/uk/tv/arrow/46409/arrow-season-6-marc-guggenheim-talks-flashbacks#ixzz4VRIAvg6W
The CW has announced at the Television Critics Association press tour today that they have renewed seven series. The Flash will be back for season 4, Arrow for season 6, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow both for season 3. Also included is Supernatural coming back for season 13, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend for season 3 and Jane the Virgin for season 4.
Spoiler alert! This post contains plot details about the December 1 episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the final chapter in The CW’s “Invasion” crossover.Flash's Flashpoint arc reached farther than even Barry (Grant Gustin) anticipated: The speedster learned in the final part of the "Invasion!" arc that the Dominators returned—after decades of peace—due to his messing with time.The aliens gave him a chance to save Earth…if he turned himself in to them. Barry was willing to make that sacrifice, but his friends weren't game to let him go. Instead, they were able to fight back and drive the aliens away.But in the aftermath of the heroes successfully saving the day from the aliens, there's still plenty of drama to come. Executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim spoke with reporters about what's ahead.The Dominators aren't quite gone…yet.With the alien foes merely retreating versus being extinguished there is still room for them to pop up again at a future point. But in the more immediate future, they'll be terrorizing another earth: "The Dominators will return on Supergirl later this season," Kreisberg teased.
Coming out of the next Arrow episode — which Stephen Amell has dubbed "Team Arrow vs. Team Felicity" — The CW series will deliver an overdue deep dive into Oliver and Felicity's infamous Season 4 breakup.
Following his appearance at the Television Critics Association winter press tour (for The CW’s “Behind The Heroes” VFX discussion/demonstration), Arrow co-showrunner Marc Guggenheim was asked about the aforementioned overshare. “Without commenting on the promo, which I have nothing to do with…,” he diplomatically responded, “[and] without commenting on the spoiler, I would say that the episode ends with laying a very specific seed, with a very specific game plan on our part that we hope to see come to fruition.”
After their brief hiatus fighting aliens and reliving their past during the Invasion crossover, the heroes of Star City must face off with big bad Prometheus in the Arrow winter finale. When Prometheus makes a move against Team Arrow, Oliver (Stephen Amell) realizes that their secret identities have been blown and they’re now being hunted by this masked madman one by one. “I think it might be my favorite midseason finale that Arrow has ever done,” executive producer Marc Guggenheim tells EW. “A lot of pieces fall into place. There’s some big reveals.”
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