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Arrow Season 8 Episode 4 Review: Present Tense

Oliver Queen and his kids take on a terrorist in a Deadshot mask in one of Stephen Amell's best performances to date

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Arrow Season 8 Episode 4

Stephen Amell has done some of his best work so far this season, and this episode tops it all. Amell has long said that the only thing Oliver has left to do is leave a legacy, and there’s no more literal translation of that than his children. After (for them) decades and his own death, in “Present Tense” he finally gets to see them again. For him, it’s a preview of how it will all turn out, a chance to skip ahead to a part of the book he knows he won’t live long enough to read.

I’m sure there will be a Monitor- or Crisis-related explanation for how this has happened,
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First Photos From Arrow Season 8 Tease Ollie’s Final Adventure

In the words of the great Pat Benatar; CW, you’re a heartbreaker.

Starting this fall, fans of Supernatural and Arrow will have to say goodbye to their favorite shows. Fortunately for us, we do still have one year left with them and the first four images of the final season of the green archer’s series have just been released.

Two of the stills show Oliver Queen in civilian clothing, while the other two have him in his Green Arrow costume, ready to do, well, whatever he damn well pleases.

It’s been seven years since Stephen Amell’s Ollie was shipwrecked on that island. He was rescued though and rose from the ashes to clean up Star City. Now, eight seasons later, a new direction for the show is being teased, as the hero will face…actually, here, just read the official synopsis from The CW:

After a violent shipwreck,
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Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season Blu-ray Review

Whenever I take on the task of reviewing Arrow either at the start of a new season or months after it whenever the requisite home video release drops, I often wonder if I’ll run out of things to say. After all, this show’s about to head into its eighth and final season, and I’m about to reflect on the seventh. Fortunately, the producers aren’t keen to rest on their laurels, and are willing to take a few risks even late in the game.

When it comes to those risks, though, I think it may be subjective as to which viewers enjoyed them most. If for any reason the past year of broadcasting proved divisive, I can certainly understand why, because the Arrow we received was very different from that of years prior.

For those not up to speed, it’s important to remember that season 6 ended
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Fanatic Feed: Arrow Loses Another Series Regular, NCIS: La Vet's Temporary Absence, and More!

Here is a wrap up of all the news you need to know from Thursday, August 8, 2019.

Fresh off the news that Arrow is bringing back a lot of stars for its eighth and final season, it has been revealed that another actor is exiting as a series regular.

According to Green Arrow TV, Colton Haynes is out of the CW drama, but showrunner, Beth Schwartz told the outlet that "we hope to have him back."

The news did not go down well with fans of the show, primarily because there was some confusion about whether Haynes was the one who made the decision.

However, the actor took to Twitter on Thursday to set the record straight.

"Getting a lot of angry messages so just to clarify...I didn’t exit the last season of Arrow. I was not asked to come back for the final season as a series regular,
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The Flash Ep Wants To Borrow Mister Terrific From Arrow

In case you hadn’t heard, The Flash is getting a new showrunner for season 6 in the form of Eric Wallace. Having already been part of the team behind the scenes, the new head honcho should prove to be a fitting successor to Todd Helbing – and he really is making sure that we the viewers are kept on our toes going forward.

If you’d like for me to cite a few examples before moving on, it’s worth mentioning how the upcoming season will have two big bads – one pre-Crisis and one post-Crisis. The first one, of course, is the monstrous Bloodwork, but nothing is known about who’s following his act. And if that weren’t enough, Wally West will return to Central City at some point, no doubt putting smiles on the faces of many fans.

Well, if Wallace is to have his way, he’ll be
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First Arrow Season 8 Trailer Marks The Beginning Of The End

Over the course of its illustrious history, Arrow has accomplished much more than your average TV show. In addition to being the first live action series headlined by the Emerald Archer, it brought us exciting new interpretations of Black Canary, Deathstroke, Ra’s al Ghul, Arsenal and countless others. Not only that, but it spawned an entire universe of DC-themed shows existing within the same continuity, which has been appropriately dubbed “the Arrowverse.”

As such, each fall has brought us some wild crossovers joining each series, with the next being “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” Normally, these are isolated events for the most part, but the next one on the docket will alter the Arrowverse landscape like never before – something that lead actor Stephen Amell has already hinted at, beginning with his own show.

In fact, Arrow‘s eighth and final season looks to separate itself from previous years, as
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Arrow Writers Tease A Clean Slate For Season 8

If you’ve been following our Arrow coverage lately, then you know that we, like you, have been wondering what exactly the eighth and final season will entail. After all, this past May’s finale, “You Have Saved This City,” lived up to its namesake by pretty much saying Oliver Queen did just as much. And upon leaving Star City in the capable hands of his closest allies, he went off into seclusion so that he and Felicity could raise their baby daughter together.

There was just one problem, however: the Monitor showed up to whisk Ollie away on some sort of cosmic crusade. Because of that, we’re expecting for season 8 to have more of a science fiction vibe than this show is normally used to seeing. Actually, Stephen Amell himself hinted at it being a prelude of sorts to the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event, so that provided some vindication.
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Penultimate Arrow Season 7 hits Home Video 8/20

  • Comicmix
Burbank, CA – Get ready for nonstop action from start to finish when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season on Blu-ray and DVD August 20, 2019. Both sets contain all 22 action-packed episodes from the seventh season, plus the show’s 2018 Comic-Con Panel, a crossover featurette, deleted scenes, a gag reel and more! All three DC Crossover: Elseworlds episodes will be available only for fans who purchase the Blu-ray set. The Complete Seventh Season is priced to own at $39.99 Srp for the DVD ($51.99 in Canada) and $44.98 Srp for the Blu-ray ($52.99 in Canada), which includes a Digital Copy (U.S. only). Arrow: The Complete Seventh Season is also available to own on Digital via purchase from digital retailers.

Following Oliver Queen’s shocking decision to turn himself over the FBI and reveal his identity as the Green Arrow to the public, Oliver has spent the past five months in prison while
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‘Arrow’ Season 7 Blu-ray and DVD Set for August 20th Release Date

The penultimate Arrow Season 7 Blu-ray and DVD has been given an August 20th release date by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. That will put Arrow Season 7 on store shelves exactly one week before fellow Arrowverse series The Flash Season 5 Blu-ray and DVD arrives.

As with The Flash Season 5, Season 7 of Arrow on Blu-ray only will include all three episodes of the DC Crossover Event: Elseworlds.

In Arrow Season 7, Oliver is freed from prison and tries to work alongside law enforcement rather than in the shadows. Despite his best efforts, a bleak future is depicted in flash-forwards where a new breed of vigilante's are outlaws and a new evil is rising.

All 22 episodes of Arrow Season 7 are accompanied by the following bonus features:

The Best of DC TV’s Comic-Con Panel San Diego 2018

Inside the Crossover: Elseworlds

Villains: Modes of Persuasion

Gag Reel

Deleted Scenes

The Arrow Season 7 cast includes Stephen Amell,
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Arrow Season 8 Synopsis Teases A New Direction For The Series

When you sit down to analyze this past Monday’s season finale of Arrow, you have to admit that it could’ve served as a series finale in various respects. After all, Oliver Queen and his cohorts foiled the Ninth Circle’s plans, and then the Emerald Archer left Star City in the capable hands of his teammates. After that, he and Felicity Smoak settled down in seclusion and began raising their newborn daughter, Mia.

As luck would have it, the hits just kept on coming for Ollie, as the Monitor showed up and said it’s time that they begin their cosmic mission. Not only that, but the flash-forward segments revealed that, yes, our hero will indeed meet his demise during the upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover.

Naturally, this leaves us all wondering what the ten-episode final season will entail, but the official synopsis disclosed at The CW
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Arrow: Season Seven Ratings

While it was once a top Nielsen ratings performer for The CW, the Arrow TV show has slipped some over the years. During the regular 2017-18 television season, it finished in dead center -- ranking seventh out of the 13 scripted TV shows we tracked. Now that the series is back for a seventh season, can it regain some lost ground, or is it on its way out the door? Will Arrow be cancelled or renewed for season eight? Stay tuned. **Status update below.

A CW superhero adventure drama set in the DC Comics universe, Arrow stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Echo Kellum, Rick Gonzalez, Juliana Harkavy, Colton Haynes, Kirk Acevedo, and Katie Cassidy. Five years after surviving a ship-wreck in the South China sea, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Amell) returns home a changed man. Now, disguised as the Green Arrow,
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Familiar Faces Return In New Arrow Season 7 Finale Photos

To say that a lot has transpired during Arrow‘s seventh season is quite the understatement. After kicking things off with Oliver Queen in prison, Star City was graced with a new Emerald Archer whom we assumed to be a hero. But as it turned out, the vigilante was actually Emiko, Ollie’s estranged sister, and leader of the terrorist organization known as the Ninth Circle. And since the true Green Arrow was released from the clink, he’s had to accept the fact that his own flesh and blood is the new big bad in town.

Given all that, I’m expecting for next week’s season finale to be both action-packed and emotionally draining. Fortunately, the network has thoroughly whetted our appetites with no less than eighteen images taken from the climactic episode, each of which can be found in the gallery below.

As you browse said slideshow,
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Did Arrow Just Lose Another Series Regular?

If you tuned in for Arrow Season 7 Episode 18, titled "Lost Canary" on Monday night, there's a good chance you thought The CW drama was losing another series regular ahead of its final season.

The explosive installment focused on Laurel returning to her old ways as Black Siren. It even resulted in Sara Lance returning to help the Earth-2 iteration of her sister see the light.

In the end, Laurel returned to the side of good, but there was a major caveat:

Laurel decided that the best course of action for her was to return home to Earth-2 with the aim of tying up loose ends and making a life for herself on her home planet.

Related: Arrow Season 7 Episode 18 Review: Lost Canary

The plot twist left many fans reeling, primarily because it seemed to confirm that Katie Cassidy's tenure on the series was over.

Thankfully, that's not the case.
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Emily Bett Rickards Says She’s Leaving ‘Arrow’ Ahead of Final Season

  • The Wrap
Emily Bett Rickards Says She’s Leaving ‘Arrow’ Ahead of Final Season
Arrow” star Emily Bett Rickards announced on social media Saturday that she’s exiting the CW superhero drama ahead of its eighth and final season.

“Felicity and I are a very tight two,” the actress wrote in an Instagram post, framed as a poem to fans from her and her on-screen counterpart, the tech-savy Felicity Smoak, aka Overwatch. “But after one through seven we will be saying goodbye to you.”

As previously announced, “Arrow” is set to conclude with an abbreviated, 10-episode eighth season set to air sometime during the 2019-20 season. Rickards has been with the show since its beginnings, initially in a recurring capacity before eventually being promoted to series regular.

Also Read: The CW's 'Arrow' to End With Season 8

Executive producers Greg Berlanti and Beth Schwartz issued a statement regarding Rickards’ departure shortly after her announcement.

“We’ve had the pleasure of working with
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Arrow Season 7 Episode 15 Review – ‘Training Day’

Jessie Robertson reviews the fifteenth episode of Arrow season 7…

Opening Montage….Oliver beating up some poor young police academy trainee (in the middle of their desks?), Renee kills it time-wise putting a gun back together, Felicity badly wants to interrupt a police It person and Diggle looks bored in strategy class. Then the one-liner by Rene: “Don’t you know we already have our own uniforms?”

So, tonight’s episode feels like a lot of ideas we’ve seen in Arrow before, that all want to get to a certain place that makes absolute sense for this show. As I illustrated, they all start out in police academy, and after Oliver tells Felicity he really wants to give this a try, they do! Their first mission out of the gate is dealing with a big corporate honcho who’s manufacturing poisoned bullets, essentially and is untouchable. Team Arrow show up
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‘Arrow’s Stephen Amell, David Ramsey And Cast React To News Of Final Season

  • Deadline
It’s the end of an era. It was announced Wednesday that the CW’s superhero series Arrow would be coming to an end after its 10-episode eighth season. Arrow frontman Stephen Amell made the announcement on social media and his co-stars chimed in about news of the final season.

Amell also posted a very emotional video on Facebook detailing his journey and thanking Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns, cast and everyone involved in the series. In the video, he said the end of the show “feels strange” and that “it is not the end, but it is the beginning of the end.””

“This show has given me a platform that extends so far beyond my ability to just appear on your television 23 times a year,” he said. “It has given me a voice for philanthropic endeavors, for social issues that I am interested in. I got to take batting practice
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The CW’s ‘Arrow’ to End With Season 8

  • The Wrap
The CW’s Arrowverse is about to get a little smaller, as “Arrow” — the show that kicked off the network’s DC Comics-inspired programming — will be ending with its upcoming eighth season, TheWrap has learned.

And this final chapter of the Stephen Amell-led superhero drama will be an abbreviated one, with a 10-episode order set to air during the 2019-20 season.

“This was a difficult decision to come to, but like every hard decision we’ve made for the past seven years, it was with the best interests of Arrow in mind,” executive producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Beth Schwartz said in a statement. “We’re heartened by the fact that Arrow has birthed an entire universe of shows that will continue on for many years to come. We’re excited about crafting a conclusion that honors the show, its characters and its legacy and are grateful to all the writers,
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‘Arrow’ to End With Season 8 on The CW

  • Variety
‘Arrow’ to End With Season 8 on The CW
The next season of “Arrow” will be its last, Variety has learned.

The CW’s longest-running DC Comics series, which was renewed for an eighth season back in January, will end after Season 8 airs during the 2019-2020 season. The final season will consist of 10 episodes.

“This was a difficult decision to come to, but like every hard decision we’ve made for the past seven years, it was with the best interests of ‘Arrow’ in mind,” series executive producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Beth Schwartz said in a statement. “We’re heartened by the fact that ‘Arrow’ has birthed an entire universe of shows that will continue on for many years to come. We’re excited about crafting a conclusion that honors the show, its characters and its legacy and are grateful to all the writers, producers, actors, and — more importantly — the incredible crew that has sustained us and
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Carlos Valdes Dodges Questions About His Exit From The Flash

It didn’t take long for our report published last month saying that Carlos Valdes will be leaving The Flash following its fifth season to be met with heartfelt lamentations from the fanbase at large. After all, Cisco Ramon has been a part of the Star Labs family since the pilot episode, and I, too, would be sad to see him go. But then again, we just have to accept that many actors want to pursue other endeavors after certain periods of time pass and wish them the best of luck.

If there’s to be a positive side to what our source told us, it’s that Cisco won’t be killed off. Instead, Valdes will be written off the show in such a way that the door will be left open for possible guest shots here and there. Personally, I think he’ll take the metahuman cure before the current season wraps,
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Arrow: Is The CW TV Series: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Eight?

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Is The CW still keen on Oliver Queen? Has the Arrow TV show been cancelled or renewed for an eighth season on The CW? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Arrow, season eight. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

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A CW superhero adventure drama set in the DC Comics universe, Arrow stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Echo Kellum, Rick Gonzalez, Juliana Harkavy, Colton Haynes, Kirk Acevedo, and Katie Cassidy. Five years after surviving a ship-wreck in the South China sea, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Amell) returns home a changed man. Now, disguised as the Green Arrow, he’s back in Star City and
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