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The Top Five Cameo Appearances on Arrow

The CW network’s action crime drama "Arrow" has had several cameo appearances throughout the 4 previous seasons. Many of the guest appearances have been seen in flashbacks or as crossovers from other DC Comic shows including "The Flash", "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow". Season 5 is no exception. The showrunners have hinted that there will be a surprise cameo in the season 5 finale. All we know is that it a return appearance. As the Green Arrow’s team of vigilante crime fighters prepares to take down Prometheus, we can’t help wonder who this mystery character will be. READ MORE...

Deathstroke Creator Responds to Manu Bennett's Campaign for Spin-Off Series

'I love Deathstroke and I was overjoyed to see your return and would love to see you do more,' comic book writer Marv Wolfman replies to Bennett's tweet proposing the potential ' Arrow ' spin-off. ...Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00110066.html

Can Oliver Cope as a Single Father? Stephen Amell Previews 'Arrow' Season 6

Oliver, his son and no one else. That's the bleak future Prometheus laid out for Arrow 's season 6, and, while we know a reset of those proportions won't come to pass, we have to wonder if Star City's leading vigilante is ready to swap late nights for early morning school runs and pointed conversations for parent-teacher conferences.   According to Stephen Amell, life as the Green Arrow isn't as prohibitive to fatherhood as one might think. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/oliver-his-son-and-no-64918.aspx

Are The CW Superhero Shows' Cliffhanger Endings Too Farfetched?

It didn't always used to be the case but recently The CW's superhero shows have aggressively gone after the goal of ending all their series on cliffhangers. While Arrow seasons 1 through 4 ended on pretty definitive notes, nearly every other series in the Arrowverse, except maybe Supergirl , has left fans in the lurch as it closed its seasons. This past season was particularly noticeable as (almost) every show (it is debatable if Supergirl ended on a cliffhanger or a tease) ended with some game-changing circumstance ... that will be undone incredibly quickly. The Arrowverse needs a cliffhanger intervention. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/are-the-cw-superhero-shows-cli-64889.aspx

SideReel Power Ranking: Week of May 21, 2017

Lots of movement on the SideReel Power Ranking, a weekly look at the TV shows garnering the most attention on SideReel.com. The CW's Riverdale drops one spot to make room at the top for The Flash , which closed out its third season with a battle between Barry on Savitar. The third position went to TV's latest revival, Twin Peaks . Originally an ABC series, David Lynch's mystery-drama is back after 25 years and airing on the much more appropriate Showtime. Returning to the top 10 is Arrow , which made a massive 13-spot leap on the heels of its season finale, and the U.K. reality hit Just Tattoo of Us , which doesn't appear to be going anywhere, much like the tats these crazy participants are (sometimes reluctantly) getting.     Top 10 Shows on SideReel: May 21 - May 27   1 - The Flash ▲   2 - Riverdale ▼   3 - Twin Peaks ●   4 - 13 Reasons Why ▼   5 - Pretty Little Liars ▲   6 - Grey's Anatomy ▼   7 - Game of Thrones ▲   8 - Keeping Up With the Kardashians ▼   9 - Arrow ▲▲   10 - Just Tattoo of Us ▲▲     div.post p { text­align: justify; }

Arrow Star Stephen Amell Fires Through American Ninja Warrior Course - EW.com

Stephen Amell has wanted to take on the American Ninja Warrior obstacle course for years, and he finally got the chance Thursday night. Red Nose Day put on a special Celebrity Ninja Warrior edition that saw a crowd cheer on the Arrow star as he hurdled through the Fly Wheels, Battering Ram, Warp Wall, and — an Arrow favorite — the Salmon Ladder. Read the full article at EW.com .

DC TV Watch: 'Arrow' Season 5 Finale Kills Off Major Character

THR rounds up all the major twists, new mysteries and more from this week in DC Comics TV shows.   ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/yC1LveUs-ds/dc-tv-watch-arrow-flash-supergirl-finales-1007932

John Barrowman Confirms He Is Leaving 'Arrow'

The Arrow season 5 finale cliffhanger left the fate of every major character but Oliver Queen up for grabs. While it is unlikely that Arrow has killed off everyone from Thea Queen to Dinah Drake, the possibility is there. One death that happened before the cliffhanger has been confirmed however. In a video post over on his Facebook page , John Barrowman AKA Malcolm Merlyn has confirmed that he is leaving Arrow after the dramatic finale.   ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/john-barrowman-confirms-he-is-64859.aspx

Should the 'Arrow' Season 5 Finale Be the End of Deathstroke?

Like all of the CW's superhero shows this year, the excellent Arrow season 5 ended on a cliffhanger. Oliver saved his son but Adrian Chase still "won" by blowing up Lian Yu while the entire regular cast was on it. It's a twist that doesn't have a ton of weight behind it because no one is really entertaining the possibility that Arrow just killed off every character but Oliver and his son William. Still, for the cliffhanger to have any type of meaning, someone shouldn't make it out alive and based on the finale it might be the character that already has "death" in their name. "Lian Yu" could be Slade Wilson's Arrow swan song. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/should-the-arrow-season-5-fina-64856.aspx

Is 'Arrow' Season 5 the Best Season Yet?

In season 2 The CW's Arrow surged with popularity. The show was on a creative high after a strong season 1 finale, and season 2 told the story of an epic struggle between Oliver and his friend-to-foe Deathstroke AKA Slade Wilson. Arrow season 2 not only saw Oliver face off against Deathstroke but it also saw the introduction of Barry Allen, the birth of The Flash spin-off and the beginnings of the Olicity romance. Season 2 introduced so much of what made Arrow special and was considered the show's peak in almost every arena. This became an even more widely held opinion as the show suffered some creative mishaps in seasons 3 and 4. Now things have changed. As season 5 of Arrow comes to a close it is arguable that this season, not season 2, is the show's true creative peak. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/is-arrow-season-5-the-best-sea-64818.aspx