Barry Allen stumbles his way through a new romance while attempting to solve the mystery of Firestorm, and Joe West and Cisco set out on their own investigation.
Oliver Queen returns in time to help Team Arrow take down Brick and take back Starling City. Plus, the secret origin of Malcolm Merlyn is revealed.
The new villain Peek-a-Boo teleports into Central City, Barry Allen gets a new love interest, and Cisco kicks some butt and tracks down Martin Stein in a packed, if haphazardly plotted, episode.
The creator and the actor discuss this week’s episode of The CW’s post-apocalyptic drama, and what it means for the characters and the remainder of the season.
As Oliver recovers, the rest of Team Arrow swings into action against the increasingly menacing Brick, and Thea stands up to her father.
The Pied Piper arrives in Central City to wreak havoc and expose one of Harrison Well’s greatest secrets (no, not that one).
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 weathers fire and ice this week, as Captain Cold returns to Central City for the midseason premiere, and brings Heat Wave with him.
The CW tries to prevent the end of the world in the first look at the upcoming sci-fi drama from Teen Wolf writer Eoghan O’Donnell.
The Flash and Arrow are two of the eight series that earned early renewals from The CW.
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.