With the apparent loss of Oliver Queen, Diggle and Roy continue his mission, while Felicity begins to question vigilantism and Laurel at last embraces her new identity.
We find out how close Ted “Blue Beetle” Kord came to filling the role Ray “The Atom” Palmer does on Arrow.
The Flash and Arrow are two of the eight series that earned early renewals from The CW.
Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and The Big Bang Theory again top the list of most pirated shows. Gotham is the only new entry.
Ra’s al Ghul comes to Starling City and Sara Lance’s killer is finally revealed in a midseason finale that ends with a literal cliffhanger.
Arrow and The Flash grapple with moral issues even as they race to stop Captain Boomerang’s path of death and destruction.
A classic team-up, a superhero battle for the ages and the debut of a DC Comics character we’ve been waiting for all season. Plus … the Rainbow Raider?
“Draw Back Your Bow” feels like Season 1 episode as Cupid arrives to Starling City, but a Cinderella-like subplot involving Felicity Smoak and Ray Palmer saves the day.
Did Roy Harper murder Sara Lance? Is Ted Grant a serial killer? The answers to both questions are revealed in this week’s episode, which also introduces the Boxing Glove Arrow!
A visit from Donna Smoak and a threat from the mysterious Brother Eye open a window into Felicity’s troubled — and decidedly goth — past.
As the hunt for Malcolm Merlyn begins, a fairly uneventful episode of Arrow leads to a game-changing introduction.
Oliver & Co. track down Thea, who’s been busy, Diggle’s concerns about ARGUS grow, and Laurel turns to Ted Grant.