Oliver’s time in prison is supposedly about to end as we deal with “The Slabside Redemption,” an obvious play on The Shawshank Redemption, a movie based on a Stephen King story.
The season of Diaz evades everyone and the good guys kind of flail about continues as the team tries for some “Due Process,” an ironic title considering vigilantes skip that part of the law.
The saga of Oliver is in prison and everyone else fails to capture Diaz continues with “The Demon.”
The former Team Arrow keeps trying to find their way in the new world they are stuck with, as Oliver completes part of his goal and finally gets to “Level Two.”
Arrow continues the saga of Oliver in prison and everyone else failing in new ways to catch Ricardo Diaz, who has long worn out his welcome in my book, in “Crossing Lines.”
It’s a great time to be a fan of superheroes, with all the movies and tv shows going. And one of the things that kicked that wave off was the CW’s Arrow, which has spawned several spin-off shows now.
The CW’s Arrow ends its sixth season with a “Life Sentence.” Since this is a season finale that aired a few weeks ago as I write this, there will be spoilers.