I’m getting bored of waiting for shows to come back on the air.
It’s not that I’m a big fan of the new shows, but I’m more interested in how they’re shaping up as movies.
So far, that’s been the case for both Arrow and Supergirl.
They’ve both been in production for at least six months, and Arrow’s been in the works for several years.
Supergirl is coming in April.
And with the CW announcing that Arrow will air on its sister network, The CW has confirmed that the upcoming DC series will air in 2018.
Arrow is the most-watched scripted show on The CW this year with 8.8 million viewers and Supergies 4.7 million.
I was hoping for a couple more years of these two shows in development.
Arrow’s still in development, but it looks like they’ll likely have a more serious superhero show than The CW.
This news is going to be really good for fans of Arrow, especially since I know that there’s been a lot of talk about the show not having a season finale.
While it sounds like a really long shot, I’m excited to see how the show develops.
Hopefully it won’t be so long that I don’t watch any of the episodes.
While I can’t tell you whether the show will be canceled or renewed, it’s definitely going to air next season.
If the show is renewed, I’d be really interested to see where that goes from there.
The CW has been on a tear lately, and the network is going into its next season with a ton of content.
I can’t wait for the next season of The CW’s The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow, so I’ll be watching all of them, especially The Flash.
Legends of Tomorrow is coming back to The CW in 2019.
Last year, I watched The Flash season 2 episode “In the Shadow of Evil,” and I was absolutely blown away by how much this series was about.
I had never heard of it until I saw it, and it was one of the best episodes I’ve ever seen on television.
I’ll definitely be watching Legends of the Tomorrow season 2.
If you’re a fan of Arrow or Supergirl, you’re going to want to tune in next year.
They’re going places, and hopefully I can join them.