Arrow

Aired: Dec 10, 2018 , Monday at 21:00 on CW

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Episode Summary: Second part of the crossover event with The Flash and Supergirl.
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Elseworlds, Part Two

It's not easy to maintain the excitement of a three-night event, and Arrow Season 7 Episode 9 fell short of The Flash Season 5 Episode 9. The aim was to introduce a brand new character in Kate Kane, a new superhero in Batwoman, the grail of comic cities in Gotham, and successfully lay the track for the third episode of the trilogy. All of those things were done, but the transition wasn't from the first installment to the third wasn't as smooth as it could have been. In... more

 
 
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Arrow's Birds of Prey-Inspired Episode Reveals First Photos — 'All the Women Are in the Forefront,' Raves EP

In the episode “Lost Canary” (airing Monday, April 15, now at 9/8c), Earth-Two’s Laurel (played by Katie Cassidy) — after being accused of murder and having her criminal past exposed — goes “full Black Siren” and teams up with criminal acquaintance Shadow Thief (guest star Carmel Amit) for a crime spree around Star City. While Dinah (Juliana Harkavy) aims to bring Laurel in, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) refuses to give up on her friend and tries everything to get through to her, even summoning Sara Lance (Legends ... more

Arrow's Echo Kellum Exits After 3-1/2 Seasons as Curtis (aka Mr. Terrific)

Well, this news is less than terrific: Monday’s Arrow marked Echo Kellum‘s final episode as a series regular, the actor confirms to EW.com. Conversations about Curtis’ exit began back in Season 6, Kellum explains. “It was my idea. I have kids … and it was just starting to feel like I should be back home more.” Kellum says he had a “long conversation about family and fatherhood” with then-showrunner Marc Guggenheim, “and he totally got where I was coming from.” But because this... more

'Arrow' Star David Ramsey Breaks Down His Directorial Debut

David Ramsey has starred as John Diggle on the CW’s first superhero drama “Arrow” since 2012 but the seventh season of the series granted him a very special new experience: stepping behind the camera to make his directorial debut. After first talking with executive producer Greg Berlanti about the possibility of directing “several years ago,” Ramsey tells Variety, he realized he wanted to do it but “didn’t want to be that guy that just picked it up because I’m the second lead on the show so I... more

 
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