We’re four episodes in and the quest is just beginning. I’m starting to see more and more similarities to Lord of The Rings, with one big difference, two females are at the center of the quest. These are the kind of female characters we need on TV.
Episode three started out intense and never really slowed down. Amberle and Wil can no longer avoid their destinies. It’s time for them to embrace it.
Austin Butler may have pulled me in, but Poppy Drayton and Ivana Baquero are going to keep me hooked.
The epic two-night crossover event starts TONIGHT on The CW at 8/7c!
Stephen Amell, star of The CW’s Arrow, is scheduled to do an IamA on reddit on Mar. 26 at 12:30 pm ET. We’ll be checking it out. Will you? Let us know below in the comments.
We’ve got some pretty exciting stuff coming up on Arrow – including info on Firefly fan favorite, Sean Maher, reprising his role as Shrapnel!
Team Arrow welcomes a new member as they face off with a master techno-villain, The Clock King (guest star Robert Knepper). Meanwhile, Oliver tries to help mend fences in the Lance family, even as his own personal relationships grow even more tense.
When we last left our hero, he was fighting for his life after being injected with an unknown drug and left for dead. Barry Allen is recruited to help Felicity save him. But the cure causes Oliver to hallucinate and he is confronted with ghosts from his past that remind him of some tragic decisions.
Watching this episode, which introduces the character of Barry Allen, soon to be known as “The Flash” (and superbly played by Grant Gustin – fantastic casting), leaves you wishing for the new The Flash series to start immediately.
The mid-season premiere starts things off right with explosions and shooting and fire!