Here’s What To Expect From Upcoming Legends Of Tomorrow And Arrow Episodes

Although a portion of the Arrowverse is unfortunately on hiatus yet again for the time being, the truth of the matter is that we’re about to begin the final stretch of episodes for the season, so now is the time to get excited. In fact, Legends of Tomorrow will be wrapping up things a little bit earlier because, don’t forget, it tends to enjoy shorter seasons than that of its sister shows. Still, there’s a tad more of Arrow for us to look forward to, which we’ll touch on momentarily.

First, let’s discuss Legends of Tomorrow, which has thankfully been able to continue on without any interruption in recent memory.

On Monday, April 2, season 3’s penultimate episode will arrive in the form of the blatantly titled “Guest Starring John Noble.” Yes, he may technically serve as the voice of Mallus, but we learned not long
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Arrow’s Stephen Amell Teases Oliver-Centric Episode To Come

If you’ve been keeping up with the current season of Arrow, then you may make the argument that it feels like a true ensemble show now more than ever. In fact, the title card at the top of each episode these days also showcases logos for the likes of Black Canary, Spartan, Wild Dog and others.

Still, it’s important that the series not lose its primary focus on its central character, that being Oliver Queen Aka the Green Arrow. And judging by what lead actor Stephen Amell had to say in a recent Facebook Live video, well, longtime fans should be satisfied with what one of this season’s latter episodes will bring:

“Putting the starting touches on episode 618 after putting the finishing touches on episode 617 directed by my good buddy Mark Bunting who I felt incredibly fortunate, more fortunate than usual to work with one David Paul Ramsey.
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Talia Al Ghul Confronts Oliver Queen In These New Images From Next Week’s Arrow

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Last week’s episode of Arrow concluded with Oliver Queen being saved by Talia al Ghul after he’d earned the wrath of the Bratva in season 5’s flashbacks. She now looks set to aid him in his mission to take down Constantin Kovar, though it’s important to note that it’s been mentioned in the present day that she must have played a role in training Prometheus.

That means Talia knows the villain’s identity, so chances are she’ll show up in Star City at some point. Considering the fact that Green Arrow is married to her sister Nyssa and killed her father, it’s hard to imagine that being a meeting which will go particularly well.

For more on what to expect from this episode of Arrow – titled “Second Chances” – here’s the official synopsis courtesy of The CW:

In his quest to take down Kovar,
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"Arrow: Second Chances"

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Sneak Peek new footage, images and synopsis from the upcoming "Arrow" episode "Second Chances", written by Speed Weed, Sarah Tarkoff and directed by Mark Bunting, airing February 1, 2017 on The CW:

" his quest to take down 'Kovar', 'Oliver' (Stephen Amell) gets help from 'Talia al Ghul' (Lexa Doig). However, when she reveals what she wants from him in exchange, Oliver isn’t sure he can accept her help. Then 'Felicity' (Emily Bett Rickards) attempts to hack the 'Nsa' to help free 'Diggle' (David Ramsey) but when her online efforts are flagged, she faces off against an unknown adversary.

"Meanwhile, 'Curtis' (Echo Kellum) tells the team about female vigilante 'Tina Boland' (Juliana Harkavay), he uncovered online who has been wreaking havoc all over the country..."

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The Hunt For A New Black Canary Begins In First Look At Next Week’s Arrow

Well, that was…disappointing? Tonight’s episode of Arrow was by no means bad, but the reveal that the Laurel Lance who returned in the midseason premiere was actually Earth-2’s Black Siren was underwhelming, to say the least. Sure, the door was left open for her to find redemption, but it appears as if we can forget about seeing the Black Canary in The CW series.

Instead, Oliver Queen is going to hunt down someone else to take over the mantle, and that will seemingly be the woman we met in the episode’s final few minutes. We have no idea who she actually is, but she has powers very similar to Black Siren, a strange coincidence and a potentially hard pill for fans of Laurel to swallow if she does end up joining Team Arrow.

For more on what to expect from “Second Chances,” here’s the official
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