Last year, The CW attempted an ambitious endeavor with its slate of superhero shows: A crossover story that played out over the course of that week’s episodes. It was a resounding success, and a lot of viewers (including us) thought the story was better than what we’ve seen in the Justice League movies. Since it worked so well last season, the network is doing it again, with another story that brings together Supergirl, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Arrow. While the crossover episodes may be great fun for viewers, they’re a logistical nightmare for producers. Each of the four shows is already on a demanding schedule, and The Flash star Grant Gustin told us things get even crazier when the crossover episodes are filmed. (Click on the media bar below to hear Grant Gustin)
The second half of this season’s CW crossover event airs tonight, with The Flash airing Part 3 at 8/7c, followed by Part 4 on DC’s The Legends of Tomorrow at 9/8c.
The show may be called Arrow, but that doesn’t mean that Arrow — along with his alter ego, Oliver Quinn — is the only important part of the show. If fact, Stephen Amell, who plays the title character on The CW’s hit series, says that as time’s gone on, the members of his supporting team have become more and more important to the show’s success. (Click on the media bar below to hear Stephen Amell)
Arrow airs Thursday nights at 9/8, following Supernatural on The CW.
In its sixth season, the evolution of Arrow continues. Stephen Amell, who stars as the title character, told us he works closely with the creative team to figure out ways to move the character forward with each new season. (Click on the media bar below to hear Stephen Amell)
The Arrow season premiere airs Thursday, October 12 at 9/8c on The CW.
As Arrow moves into its sixth season on The CW, the challenge for the show will be to keep things fresh and interesting after more than 100 episodes. Star Stephen Amell doesn’t think that will be a problem; based on the scripts he’s read so far, he says the writers are taking his character into directions we haven’t seen before, and he’s really excited about that. (Click on the media bar below to hear Stephen Amell)
The new season of Arrow premieres Thursday, October 12 at 9/8c on The CW.
After five seasons, some TV shows have a tendency to lose a little steam. But not Arrow. The CW’s superhero show ended last year on a high note, and star Stephen Amell — who plays Oliver Queen/Green Arrow — says that based on the scripts he’s seen so far, Arrow is only upping the ante in Season 6! (Click on the media bar below to hear Stephen Amell)
The new season of Arrow premieres October 12 on The CW.