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It happened so quickly, and at such a critical moment, that you may not have spotted some major foreshadowing in The Flash’s recent season finale.
Damien Darhk is super-powered by all the people his nuclear attack killed, and Team Arrow is on the verge of just accepting the end of the world.
In the wake of Henry’s death, Barry finally faces off with Zoom/Hunter/Jay once and for all.
The gang finally gets its faceoff with Vandal Savage as the immortal baddie tries to essentially blow up time itself and send us back to the B.C. era.
It took some backroom deals to make it happen, but Supergirl is officially joining The Flash and Arrow over on The CW. But how will things change with the network jump?
The CW unveiled its plans for the fall, and officially unveiled footage from the two new genre-esque shows that will be joining the schedule.
Oliver and Diggle track Thea to Dhark’s secret underground suburbia, as Felicity and The Calculator slug it out with Dhark’s forces to retake control of the nuclear launch system.
Barry and the gang figure out a nifty McGuffin to take out all of Zoom’s metahuman army, while Wally decides to start embracing his inner hero (without the help of any superpowers, at least for now).
Great news for fans of DC Comics and good television: Supergirl was renewed on Thursday for a second season. One big change, though: it’s moving from CBS to the CW.
Along with snagging Supergirl from CBS, The CW has also picked up three new genre-hinted series for next season.
The team finally realizes the Time Masters have been pulling all the strings, helping orchestrate Vandal Savage’s rise to power so humanity can eventually survive an alien invasion a bit further in the future.
Great news, Supergirl fans. The show has been officially renewed but will be moving to The CW.
With Darhk’s evil plan to nuke the world officially in play, Felicity is forced to recruit her semi-evil hacker father to help avert the apocalypse.
After Barry dematerialized last week following an experiment to regain his powers, it turns out he was transported to a place where he literally comes face to face with the Speed Force itself.
In the matter of just a few minutes and a handful of conversations, Vandal Savage manages to turn Rip’s crew against one another.