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Arrow Season 7 Episode 17 Review: Inheritance

Some people were born to be bad, and others were raised to be bad. Emiko Queen is the latter of the two. 

Emiko's true intentions were the main focus on Arrow Season 7 Episode 17, and while I appreciated the new twist added to an otherwise dull character, getting to this big reveal left a lot to be desired. 

Arrow Season 7 has had a lot of fun elements going for it that made it stand out as one of the show's best seasons. However, Emiko was not one of them. 

The New Green Arrow mystery and the half-sister reveal had a ton of potential, but most of it got squandered after the introduction on Arrow Season 7 Episode 10. 

Related: Arrow Season 7 Episode 16 Review: Star City 2040 

Similarly to Dinah, her character felt forced into the show, and she hadn't made much of an impact since her big arrival. Multiple times she would pop up and not do anything.
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CW 2018-19 Season Ratings (updated 3/25/19)

Last season, The CW launched four new scripted TV shows during the regular season and cancelled two of them. This time around, the network will be programming six nights a week, instead of five. How many shows will be cancelled or renewed during the 2018-19 season? Stay tuned.

There's lots of data that network execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. These charts will be updated daily, as new ratings data becomes available.

CW shows (so far): All American, Arrow, Black Lightning, Charmed, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, Legacies, Riverdale, Roswell New Mexico, Supergirl, and Supernatural.

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‘Charmed’ Showrunner Exits, Craig Shapiro & Elizabeth Kruger Board Series

  • Variety
The CW’s reboot of “Charmed” is changing showrunners.

Variety has learned that Carter Covington has stepped down as showrunner on the series, which has already been renewed for a second season. Husband and wife team Craig Shapiro and Elizabeth Kruger have been brought on to helm the series going forward.

Shapiro and Kruger are currently under an overall deal at CBS Television Studios, which produces “Charmed.” The team previously co-created the CBS series “Salvation” along with Matt Weaver and served as co-showrunners. They also executive produced and served as co-showrunners on the CBS series “Extant” starring Halle Berry. In addition, they co-created USA Network series “Necessary Roughness” and ran the writers room on Bravo’s “Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce.” Their other credits include “Bull,” “Pan Am,” and “Miami Medical.” They are repped by UTA.

The rebooted “Charmed” stars Melonie Diaz, Sarah Jeffery, Madeleine Mantock, Ser’Darius Blain, Ellen Tamaki,
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Arrow Season 7 Episode 17 Review: Inheritance

Arrow begins tying the season-long threads together in a fun, rewarding - if not altogether surprising - episode

This Arrow review contains spoilers.

Arrow Season 7 Episode 17

Oliver learned a hard lesson in tonight’s episode: you can’t save someone who doesn’t want to be saved. It’s yet another learning moment for him (although a bit of a repeat…) that doesn’t come as much of a surprise, but does bring a truly excellent fight, including back-to-back arrow deflections.

One downside to the way this story unfolded is that it doesn’t leave much room to critique Oliver’s very real need to play hero even when it’s unnecessary or patently unhelpful. If Emiko’s plight had been real, going in against her wishes could have truly endangered her further. It’s also a reversal of a lesson he supposedly learned in their relationship just a few episodes ago,
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Arrow’s Stephen Amell Teases A Hair-Raising Season Finale

There once existed a very profound man who said there are two types of people in this world: those who raise hell, and those who raise hair. Okay, nobody actually said that to my knowledge, but it seemed like as good of a jumping off point for today’s Arrow article as any.

Now that spring has finally arrived, it’s only a matter of time before our favorite shows wrap their current seasons. In the case of Arrow, its seventh go-round is set to conclude on May 13th, so be sure to mark your calendar because odds are Beth Schwartz and company are crafting a real barn-burner.

From the look of it, shooting will commence on said episode in the very near future because lead actor Stephen Amell managed to turn all the right heads as he’s usually able to by posting a cryptic photo on Twitter captioned
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Whoa: Supernatural Will End With Season 15 After a History-Making Run on The CW

  • Popsugar
We truly never thought this day would come: Supernatural is ending with a 15th and final season on The CW.

The series starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles as demon-slaying, monster-hunting brothers Sam and Dean Winchester was the network's longest-running scripted original. Padalecki, Ackles, and fellow star Misha Collins (who plays Castiel) made the unexpected announcement on Friday via an emotional video shared on Twitter.

"We have some big news we wanted y'all to hear from us," a teary-eyed Padelecki said, before Ackles cut in. "Though we're very, very excited about moving into our 15th season, it will be our last. Fifteen years of a show that has certainly changed my life, and I know it's changed these guys' lives . . . though we're excited about next year, it will be the finale. It will be the big, grand finale."

Hey #SPNFamily here's a little message from @JensenAckles @mishacollins and me. I'm
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Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)

  • The Wrap
Fall TV 2019: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)
(Updated March 25 with “9-1-1” and “The Resident” both renewed for Season 3 by Fox)

It’s that time of year again! As the broadcast networks order pilots and consider new series for their fall slates, they’ve also begun to winnow down which current shows will return next season and which will come to an end.

Below is every scripted (and a few unscripted) show that ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and The CW have renewed or canceled so far, along with those still awaiting their fates. We’ve also included descriptions of the new shows that have been picked up so far.

Check back throughout the coming months for updates. You can read our pilot guide to see what projects may soon be ordered to series here.

Also Read: 'The Simpsons' Renewed for Seasons 31 and 32 on Fox

NBC

Renewed Series: “The Blacklist,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago Med,
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Arrow Sneak Peek: Will Oliver Uncover Emiko's Darker Secrets?

Arrow Sneak Peek: Will Oliver Uncover Emiko's Darker Secrets?
A sparring session becomes a bit of a sharing session, as seen in this exclusive sneak peek from this week’s Arrow.

In “Inheritance” — the last episode to air Mondays at 8/7c, before the CW series moves to 9 o’clock when it returns April 15 — Laurel learns some damaging information that affects Emiko (played by new series regular Sea Shimooka). Always looking to protect his sister, Oliver (Stephen Amell) invites Laurel to investigate, which makes Felicity happy as her friend is now working with the team. Things go awry, however, forcing Felicity to make a choice between the team and Laurel.
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TV Shows Ending in 2019: Broad City, Game of Thrones and 35+ More

TV Shows Ending in 2019: Broad City, Game of Thrones and 35+ More
When 2019 began, we knew that at least 23 beloved shows would soon be leaving us. Three months later, that number has jumped to 40. Math!

So, which shows have joined the ranks of The Big Bang Theory, Game of Thrones and Jane the Virgin? Well, thanks to Netflix and Marvel’s semi-conscious uncoupling, we’ve added a pair of superhero series to our list. (R.I.P., Jessica Jones and The Punisher!) And we didn’t forget about all you Bronies out there — we’re pouring one out for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, too. (Hey, nine seasons is nothing to shake a horn at!
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DC TV Watch: Lex Luthor Is (Rightly) 'Supergirl's' Ultimate Season 4 Villain

Welcome back to The Hollywood Reporter's weekly DC TV Watch, a rundown of all things DC Comics on the small screen. Every Saturday, we round up the major twists, epic fights, new mysteries and anything else that goes down on The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Black Lightning and Fox's Gotham. This week, Supergirl showrunners Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner, along with actor Jon Cryer, reveal how important Lex Luthor has been to season four this whole time without anyone realizing it.

Supergirl

The big news: Lex Luthor (Jon Cryer) is actually the supervillain mastermind behind every single Supergirl season four plot ... we just didn't ...
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Arrowverse: The 5 Best and 5 Worst Couples

Romance is part of most superheroes' stories, and with the Arrowverse on the CW, it's no surprise that there have been quite a few relationships. There are seven seasons of Arrow, five seasons of The Flash, and four seasons each of Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow after all.

Related: All Heroes Introduced On Arrow, Ranked

Some of these relationships have had positive effects, both on the characters involved and the series. Others, however, have not, changing how characters are viewed or simply being doomed from the start. Whether in the former or latter category, these relationships were certainly memorable, for all the right or wrong reasons.
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Supernatural Bosses Break The Silence Following Cancellation

It’s been on the air for a whopping decade and a half, but Supernatural is due to round up its record-breaking run next year at the end of its fifteenth season. The CW’s monster-hunting series – the longest-running sci-fi/fantasy show in U.S. TV history, don’t you know – was announced to be ending earlier today, shocking the devoted fanbase and eliciting those usual cries of “about time” when a long-running program ends.

The news first came from stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins in a post they all shared on social media. The more typical press release from the show’s producers has now arrived though, with Supernatural‘s EPs Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb saying the following in a joint statement:

“Firstly, we would like to thank all the people who have been involved with the show both in front of and behind the camera.
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Whoa: Supernatural Will End With Season 15 After a History-Making Run on The CW

We truly never thought this day would come: Supernatural is ending with a 15th and final season on The CW.

The series starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles as demon-slaying, monster-hunting brothers Sam and Dean Winchester was the network's longest-running scripted original. Padalecki, Ackles, and fellow star Misha Collins (who plays Castiel) made the unexpected announcement on Friday via an emotional video shared on Twitter.

"We have some big news we wanted y'all to hear from us," a teary-eyed Padelecki said, before Ackles cut in. "Though we're very, very excited about moving into our 15th season, it will be our last. Fifteen years of a show that has certainly changed my life, and I know it's changed these guys' lives . . . though we're excited about next year, it will be the finale. It will be the big, grand finale."

Hey #SPNFamily here's a little message from @JensenAckles @mishacollins and me. I'm
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‘Supernatural’ to End After Season 15 on The CW

  • Variety
‘Supernatural’ to End After Season 15 on The CW
Supernatural” is ending after 15 seasons.

Series stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and Misha Collins made the announcement in a video posted on Instagram on Friday. “We just told the crew that even though we’re very excited to be moving into our 15th season, it will be our last,” Ackles said. “15 years of a show that has certainly changed my life, I know it’s changed these two guys’ lives, and we just wanted you to here from us that though we’re excited about next year, it will be the finale.”

“We’ve cried some tears and we’ll cry some more, but we’re grateful and we’re going to work all that emotion into next season,” added Padalecki. Watch the announcement in full below.

The final season will consist of 20 episodes. “Supernatural” has been a cornerstone of The CW throughout its run and remains one of the
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Was Riverdale Musical Quite Fitting? Did This Is Us Have You Guessing? Why Did No One Seek Rookie? And More Qs

Was Riverdale Musical Quite Fitting? Did This Is Us Have You Guessing? Why Did No One Seek Rookie? And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including American Gods, The Resident, Riverdale and Schitt’s Creek!

1 | How did Arrested Development‘s Portia de Rossi maintain second billing on Season 5 when she only appeared in four episodes of the first half, and a single scene in the second half (at the tail end of the finale)?

2 | Did Hawaii Five-0 catch you off guard with how emotionally powerful that final scene between Junior and his dad was?

3 | Dare we theorize that Blue Bloods
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The Flash Season 5 Hits Series-Low Ratings, Is Cancellation Coming?

The future of the Arrowverse is up in the air right now as though all four DC TV shows were renewed for another season, the shape of The CW’s shared universe is expected to change beyond that. Arrow is confirmed to end after its shortened eighth run with it rumored that Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl could also join it in the near future. The Flash is the only series that seemed secure, but a recent dip in ratings now has fans worried.

Last Tuesday’s episode, “Failure is an Orphan,” ended up having a pretty ironic title, as it’ll go down as the least-watched episode of the series to date. Cancelled Sci-Fi looked at the figures and reported that season 5’s 16th episode, which aired on March 12th, only managed a 0.5 rating in the key deomographic of 18-49 year olds. In total, 1.55 million caught the installment, which
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Why the Arrowverse Needs to Defeat the Big Bad Once and For All

Dave Golder Mar 22, 2019

Who’s afraid of the Big Bad wolf? Not the writers of the Arrowverse. But is the Big Bad a plot device that’s had its day?

This article comes from Den of Geek UK.

The Flash has a new showrunner next season, Eric Wallace. One thing foremost in his mind as he starts planning out the show’s sixth year will no doubt be, "What can we do that’s new and interesting with the Big Bad?"

Here’s a suggestion: don’t have one.

With Arrow coming to an end next year, it’s a perfect time to shake up the remainder of the pocket universe that bears its name. And one way that the remaining Arrowverse shows – The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow – could inject some new energy into their storytelling is to let go of their dogged reliance on that staple of fantasy TV series – the season-long baddie.
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Gotham Season 5 Episode 10 Review: I Am Bane

Another Batman big bad joins the fray as Gotham prepares for the final No Man's Land battle.

This Gotham review contains spoilers.

Gotham Season 5 Episode 10

“I Am Bane?” You sure are, pal. Well, a Gotham facsimile anyway. This week, as Gotham speeds towards a finale, Bane makes his debut. Now, whether this Eduardo Dorrance version of Bane is the actually, for real Bane that Batman will face (and get his back broken by) is still up in there; it has to be said that this Shane West portrayal of the man who might break the Bat certainly has a Bane like feel. Well, a Dark Knight Rises Bane, anyway. Man, what do people have against lucha masks?

The coming of Bane to No Man’s Land begins with the Us military arriving and getting ready to open up Gotham City. In a Gilligan’s Island level yoinks, the presiding General
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How the CW Stars Have Been Reacting to the Ending of Arrow

The Arrow television series is coming to a sad end after running for seven series already. The last season will be having a much shorter run than usual with previous seasons, which have twenty-three episodes. This eighth and final season will only have ten episodes for the fans to enjoy. The showrunners Beth Schwartz and Marc Guggenheim both say the decision to finish the television series was a difficult one to make. Why is Arrow ending? The simple reason is that Stephen Amell, who plays the titular role, wanted to leave the series while moving onto other projects while spending

How the CW Stars Have Been Reacting to the Ending of Arrow
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Promo images for Arrow Season 7 Episode 17 – ‘Inheritance’

We’ve already seen a promo for Monday’s seventeenth episode of Arrow season 7, and now a batch of images have arrived online for ‘Inheritance’ which you can check out below…

See Also: Arrow Season 7 Episode 16 Review – ‘Star City 2040’

Laurel Teams Up With Oliver – Laurel (Katie Cassidy) learns about some damaging information that affects Emiko (Sea Shimooka). Always looking to protect his sister, Oliver (Stephen Amell) invites Laurel to help investigate, which makes Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) happy as her friend is now working with the team. However, when things go awry, Felicity is forced to make a choice between the team and Laurel.

See Also: Follow all of our coverage of Arrow here

Arrow season 7 airs on Mondays on The CW.

Photo credits: The CW

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