Arrow says farewell to a series regular in thoroughly underwhelming fashion.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend ended its first season this past Monday on a high note. The show, created by Rachel Bloom and Aline Brosh McKenna, stars Bloom as the titular ex-girlfriend, Rebecca Bunch. After running into a high school ex-boyfriend with whom she remains infatuated, Rebecca impulsively decides to move from New York City to West Covina, …
Arrow sets up its season end game with one of its worst episodes ever.
Arrow Season 4, Episode 17 “Beacon of Hope” Written by Ben Sokolowski & Brian Ford Sullivan Directed by Michael Schultz Airs Wednesdays at 8pm ET on The CW In case you didn’t realize what the title of the episode was, Felicity, Thea, Oliver, and company are right there to deliver the title numerous times throughout the …
Arrow’s inconsistent characterization and obvious plot machinations highlight a less-than-stellar installment marking the return of a cartoonish antagonist.
At its center, “Night of the Hawk” makes a point about proving its central thesis—the thing that sucks about feelings is you realize how much you can hurt someone or get hurt
Just as a 23-episode order can hurt a season of television by stretching it out too thinly, the room given to broadcast network series can also allow for episodes like The Flash’s “King Shark” to linger on trauma in believable, realistic ways.
“Code of Silence,” while not strictly a comedic episode, is a breath of stress-free air in a season that has pivoted around more difficult material.
Team Flash makes their way back to Earth-1 in another entertaining (if more straightforward) episode of The Flash.
“Sins of the Father” manages to collate its different moving pieces into an hour that is entertaining and rich enough in story…
The Flash crossovers into Earth-2 in a wonderfully energetic and creative hour.
Arrow continues its mid-season resurgence with a fantastic, focused episode packed with guest stars.
In the world of The Flash, family always comes first.
Arrow (mostly) gets back on track with a terrific Felicity and Diggle focused episode.
The return of Eobard Thawne (Matt Letscher) brings immediate and significant weight to Barry’s shoulders and thoughts.
When The Flash’s second season premiered, the series was returning from one of the year’s most exciting cliffhangers on television, and the first episode back handled the resolution to that cliffhanger with intelligence and heart.
Major takes another major step in his still-unrevealed plan against Vaughn, while Clive and Agent Bozzio inch closer to capturing both Major and Blaine in a set of promising storylines.
Both Clive and Major’s plan come into sharper focus, as Liv has to deal with the fallout of her actions while Ravi makes a saddening discovery about the zombie cure in a fun pair of episodes.
Major’s real plan is revealed as Blaine faces threats from several sources while working to stay ahead of new threats in an entertaining pair of episodes that bring into sharper focus the various forces converging on Liv and her allies.
The opening of the portal between two Earths opens a lot of possibilities, and it plays a key part in shaking up the team dynamics over the past two episodes, making for a fun watch with some exciting possibilities.
Liv tries to help Major cope while both Max Rager and Blaine make moves towards their end goals in an entertaining outing.
Blaine’s attempts to gain a monopoly on the Utopium trade once again puts him on a collision course with Liv, this time via Peyton, while Major realises the futility of trying to cope with his situation alone.