With the new year underway, The CW‘s “Arrowverse” is waking from its long winter’s nap to the start of some major changes. Only episodes remaining, Arrow is shuffling off the network’s programming coil – making The Flash the “elder states-show” of the “Arrowverse”. Ruby Rose-starrer Batwoman continues solidifying her role in the changing universe, as well as developing a “World’s Finest” relationship with Supergirl and expanding the Batman mythos in CW’s DCU. With “Crisis on Infinite Earths” unleashed, expect even more dramatic changes – including the addition of Black Lightning and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow as well as new pilots Superman & Lois and Green Arrow and the Canaries.
Just because Stephen Amell‘s Arrow is shuffling off the Arrowverse’s mortal coil after eight seasons doesn’t mean the rest of “Team Arrow” will be taking a break any time soon. The CW announced September 2019 that it was moving forward with another Emerald Archer spinoff (remember The Flash?) – this one focusing on Katherine McNamara‘s Mia Smoak, and Canaries Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy) and Dinah Drake (Juliana Harkavy) – Green Arrow and the Canaries.
Earlier this month, the network released the official overview for the episode that shines a little more light on what the series has to offer (which you can check out below). Now, The CW has unleashed the first set of preview images for “Green Arrow and the Canaries” / “Livin’ in the Future” – which you can check out below (along with the episode overview):
“Arrow” Season 8, Episode 9 “Green Arrow and the Canaries” / “Livin’ in the Future”: It’s the year 2040 in Star City and Mia Queen (McNamara) has everything she could have ever wanted. However, when Laurel (Cassidy) and Dinah (Harkavy) suddenly show up in her life again, things take a shocking turn and her perfect world is upended. Laurel and Dinah are tracking a kidnapping victim with direct ties to Mia and they need her help. Knowing it will change everything, Mia can’t help but be a hero and she, Laurel and Dinah suit up once again to save the city. Tara Miele directed the episode written by Beth Schwartz & Marc Guggenheim & Jill Blankenship & Oscar Balderrama.
In October 2019, McNamara wished fans a fine Monday morning by marking the first day of work on the spinoff’s backdoor pilot with a few kind words:
Written by Beth Schwartz, Marc Guggenheim, executive producer Jill Blankenship, and co-executive producer Oscar Balderrama, the pilot episode is directed by Tara Miele (Batwoman). Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros Television will handle production.
Proudly serving as TV Editor, Ray started with Bleeding Cool in 2013 as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought aboard as staff in 2017. Counting John Cusack as his pop culture "spirit animal," his "word fu" stays strong as he continues trying really hard to be the sheppard...