Screener Squad: Arrow (The Final Season)

Arrow Final Season review

ARROW (THE FINAL SEASON) TV REVIEW

**WARNING: THIS WILL HAVE SPOILER DISCUSSIONS** Now that the flagship CW DC universe has come to a close (kind of) and we’ve had some time to think on the denouement, it’s time to give our in-depth analysis on Arrow’s final season. It’s hard to summarize everything that happened since you’ll need knowledge of the multi-series Crisis on Infinite Earths arc for full context, but it mostly follows Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) in his efforts to tie up the loose ends surrounding Lian Yu and Nanda Parbat, stop the new Deathstroke Grant Wilson (Jaime Andrew Cutler) from destroying Star City, and helping the Monitor (LaMonica Garrett) stop the Anti-Monitor from destroying their universe. No pressure, right? Allen and Daniel ‘Dogget,’ who were the only people on the crew still watching the show, take the lead as they see where this season excelled, where it faltered, and if it effectively tied up eight seasons of story plus crossover material.

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DIRECTED BY: James Bamford, Antonio Negret, Katie Cassidy, Kristen Windell, Laura Belsey, David Ramsey, Glen Winter, Tara Miele

STARRING: Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Rick Gonzalez, Juliana Harkavy, Katherine McNamara, Ben Lewis, Joseph David-Jones, LaMonica Garrett, Katie Cassidy, Audrey Marie Anderson, Charlie Barnett, Andrea Sixtos, Willa Holland, Colton Haynes, Paul Blackthorne, Colin Donnell, Josh Segarra, John Barrowman, Rila Fukushima, Kelly Hu, Lexa Doig, Kyra Zagorsky, Echo Kellum, Jaime Andrew Cutler, Venus Terzo, David Nykl, Barry LEvy, Yurij Kis, Sebastian Dunn, Byron Mann, Grant Gustin, Melissa Benoist, Ruby Rose, Caity Lotz, Orsic Chau, Jon Cryer, David Harewood, Brandon Routh, Tyler Hoechlin, Elizabeth Tulloch, Stephen Lobo, Ezra Miller, Melanie Merkosky, Emily Bett Rickards, Susanna Thomspn, Sea Shimooka, Joe Dinicol, Jack Moore, Katrina Law, Manu Bennett

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