The Agents of SHIELD are heading toward their big confrontation, as well as the end of the season (which might be the end of the series, they still haven’t announced that yet) with “Inside Voices.”
Things take some ugly turns for Jefferson Pierce in “Black Jesus: The Book of Crucifixion.”
The Legends of Tomorrow are almost done with their season. Things are coming to a head with the battle against Mallus in “Guest Starring John Noble,” which actually is exactly what it sounds like for once. There are a lot of twists and turns and surprises along the way as the Legends have to deal with a cliffhanger from last episode, as well as the constantly looming threat of Mallus and the Darhks.
We start learning a bit more about what’s going on in, “The House of El,” Krypton’s second episode. Adam Strange and Seg-El are in the Fortress, and Seg has a lot of questions.
With all the chaos building to a head on Agents of SHIELD, they take a step back and dive into backstory in “Rise and Shine.” In an effort to persuade Coulson to unite SHIELD and Hydra, General Hale tells her story to him.
Gotham is definitely veering towards stranger and stranger titles as the “A Dark Knight” season continues. This week’s is “One of My Three Soups,” which at least makes some sense before the end of the episode.
If you’ve been watching Arrow for a while, it’s become clear that something has been up with Thea Queen, played by Willa Holland. Her part has been getting smaller and smaller, with long absences based on flimsy excuses. According to several sources, Holland herself has been behind the reduction in her role.
This week’s Black Lightning starts doing a bit of repair work on one of the major relationships on the show, which I’m glad to see.