The CW has released the official descriptions for the episodes of Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow which will air during the week beginning April 25th.
In Arrow, it sounds like some big twists could be on the way in regards to the fate of the Black Canary. While there’s a very, VERY good chance that Laurel is indeed dead, it sounds like someone else may have already taken up the mantle. Has Sara returned, or could we be looking at an Earth-2 doppelgänger?
Oliver (Stephen Amell) and the team struggle to come to terms with Laurel’s (Katie Cassidy) death, especially Diggle (David Ramsey) who is overwhelmed with guilt for choosing to believe Andy (guest star Eugene Byrd) had changed. Meanwhile, Lance (Paul Blackthorne) refuses to believe his daughter is really gone and asks Nyssa (guest star Katrina Law) to help bring her back. A recent Black Canary sighting in Star City only seems to prove his theory that Laurel isn’t actually dead. Laura Belsey directed the episode written by Wendy Mericle & Beth Schwartz.
Meanwhile, in Central City, The Flash is going to take the focus off Zoom for what sounds like a filler episode. That would be a bad thing for many shows, but as The Flash rarely has a disappointing week, this instalment will no doubt still be a lot of fun. The fact that Wally is seemingly going to get one step closer to learning Barry’s secret is also pretty intriguing.
A meta-human with super strength named Griffin Grey (guest star Haig Sutherland) mistakes Harry (Tom Cavanagh) for Earth-1 Harrison Wells and kidnaps him, demanding that Wells cure him from his current condition. Realizing another brilliant Wells could help track Griffin’s location, Barry asks Jesse (guest star Violett Beane) to help. Meanwhile, Wally (Keiynan Lonsdale) corners Joe (Jesse L. Martin) about The Flash. John Showalter directed the episode written by Brooke Roberts & Katherine Walczak.
Finally, we have Legends of Tomorrow, and the team is clearly about to take one step closer to finally bringing Vandal Savage’s reign of terror to an end.
Rip (Arthur Darvill) takes the team to London in the year 2166, three months before his family is killed. He believes this to be their final opportunity to take out Savage (Casper Crump) who is, unfortunately, at the height of his power. However, the team discovers two key elements to defeating him – Savage’s daughter (guest star Jessica Sipos) and the means to kill Savage once and for all. Gregory Smith directed the episode written by Sarah Nicole Jones & Ray Utarnachitt.
Tell us, which of these DC TV episodes are you most excited about: Arrow, The Flash, or Legends of Tomorrow? Sound off in the comments section and let us know. And if you haven’t done so already, check out a gallery of photos from the next episode of Arrow below.