Arrow quickly became one of the most exciting action shows on television, with strong fight choreography anchoring a careful attention to story and world-building. Led by a strong central performance from Stephen Amell, the show has displayed a penchant for solid casting, from Caity Lotz as Sara Lance to Michael Jai White as Bronze Tiger, building a universe that’s fun to visit week in and week out.
This is the moment Barry has worked for his entire life, the chance to prove his father’s innocence. He has captured Eobard Thawne and finally can get some answers for that fateful night his mother was murdered. The Reverse-Flash offers Barry an alternative. He can use the particle accelerator to travel back and save his mother, also allowing Thawne a chance to return to his time in the future. Will Barry change the future in order to save his mother and free his dad?
If you, like most TV junkies, can’t get enough superhero shows, then you’re in luck. The CW has recently unveiled one of their most ambitious projects yet: a spin-off show of both Arrow and The Flash by creators Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim.