In Episode 2, we learned that Lyla has secretly been working with the Monitor this whole time. At one point towards the end of Episode 3, we see Lyla almost finding the nerve to tell Diggle about her secret but she ends up keeping the truth hidden
In the episode, Oliver finds himself transported to the bunker where he is met by his very confused team only to have his own mind blown in turn when he realizes that the future Team Arrow has also been brought to the present
In the sneak peek, we see the team uncovering the Deathstroke Gang's plan to dominate the city. John "JJ" Diggle Jr plans on killing every member of the Star City Unification Movement, including William Clayton, so the Deathstrokes can take their place as the city's elite
Gotham is dirt, Gotham is violence, Gotham is crime, but for Bruce Wayne, Gotham is home — it is his dark mirror, his battlefield, and his one true love
Episode 2 'Welcome to Hong Kong' revealed that Lyla has been an agent of the Monitor for quite some time, possibly long before she ever even met Diggle, and she has been keeping this a secret from him even after everything they've been through
Painkiller has already made it clear that there is no one he can't kill, but what about when he goes up against a man who can't die?
While Joseph David-Jones's Connor Hawke has had some very emotional moments and William is adorably fun, the rest of the future Team Arrow hasn't really been doing much other than standing around and looking cool and this is especially obvious in Zoe's case.
Odell might have the upper hand right now but if he keeps pushing the Pierces, it's only a matter of time before they decide to push back and the ASA would do well to remember the amount of power at the hands of these three metahumans
At its very core, there's very little difference between this world and the one we live in, and that is what makes 'Watchmen' so very terrifying
In the show's second episode we get a short introduction into the history of one of the more minor characters from the comics, a vigilante who is driven by a deep hatred. No, we're not talking about Rorschach, but his predecessor the Hooded Justice
There are no less than 10 new Titans on the team, and that's not counting Jericho and Aqualad who were team members in flashbacks. Add Deathstroke and Bruce Wayne to the mix and that's a whopping 14 people.
So far, Jefferson didn't have to face the full reality of the occupation but now that he's confronted with the appalling conditions his fellow citizens are living in, there's no way the hero is going to stand by and let the ASA continue to commit gross human rights violations in his hometown
Season 1 did have a few flashback sequences thrown into the episodes that worked really well by contrasting the past and present lives of the Titans but Season 2 keeps leaving fans unsatisfied and frustrated by doing full-length flashback episodes that often don't really move the plot forward.
While it's definitely fun for the fans to see these characters fighting side by side, the problem is that there really aren't any villains on the show who are powerful enough to give them a real challenge.
Esai Morales provides a memorable performance in the episode that really brings out the emotional side of Deathstroke, which is something we don’t really see too often with the character
At the end of Season 5, we saw Princess Carolyn take a huge step forward by fulfilling her long-time dream of adopting an adorable baby girl. Unfortunately, she ends up being a shadow of her former self.
In the first episode, BoJack gets very annoyed at the rehab center's philosophy that people aren't responsible for their addictions. But by the end of six weeks there, BoJack is feeling great.
In this week's 'Van Helsing', Hansen's secrets are revealed and Fort Collins may come under threat from a full-fledged vampire attack.
The Gamora who is alive in the Marvel Cinematic Universe right now isn't the one we all know and love, it's a version of her from an alternate reality who was brought into the main universe. Writer Stephen McFeely dishes on some new details about the daughter of Thanos
The revelation that Dick may have murdered Jericho was a shocking twist and fans are bound to be eagerly waiting for an explanation of some sort
With the Oracle by his side, Sam is now on a mission to free the Dark One and the first stop on their journey is at the tomb of the Sisterhood's Great Mother Michaela. As one of the Brides of Dracula, she commands a lot of respect among other vampires, especially the Sisters who are her chosen army.
Even though the 2040 spin-off has had a mixed response, fans are hopeful that a Green Lantern spin-off starring John Diggle might be worked out at some point.
Thea has been one of the best characters in the series since the very first season and we can't wait to see her return to the show. The promo shows Oliver telling Thea about his impending death and knowing Thea, she's not going to just sit around and let that happen.
The episode itself is extremely tight, moving from scene to scene like a true action thriller. Even in the most emotional moments, the pace doesn't let up and it's an engaging watch from start to finish as Laurel's struggle with survivor's guilt gives the story an extra touch of humanity
Oliver will be approaching the League of Assassins, or whatever is left of them, in order to find the answers he is looking for. He's unlikely to be greeted warmly by his one-time allies but considering what's at stake here, it's a risk that he's willing to take
Despite receiving rave reviews from critics, the show has less than 50% audience approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes with some viewers complaining that the show is "SJW propaganda" because it features a black woman as its lead character and an army of white supremacist terrorists as the villains
As the leader of the violent Deathstroke Gang, JJ is his brother Connor Hawke's biggest enemy and despite how clearly evil his brother is, Connor still can't accept that it might be too late to save JJ.
The Monitor knew beforehand that Earth-2 would be destroyed and it's even possible that he may have caused the destruction of the parallel universe as a lesson of some sort to prepare Oliver for the coming 'Crisis'.
While Connor and JJ figure out their family drama in the future, Oliver needs to move on to the next phase of his mission for the Monitor. Oliver's next mission, which may or may not be set on Earth-1, is to recruit an individual who has a very important role in the coming 'Crisis'
In the episode, Anissa runs into Grace while walking to her car. She's quite surprised to see the metahuman shapeshifter but she quickly declares her love for Grace and begs her to come back for good
Though Painkiller may have lost his humanity it has only made him even more deadly as a weapon. We saw how merciless he can be in Episode 2 when he killed his own mother on Odell's orders and in Episode 3, we get some more information on Painkiller's true capabilities.
Odell has already transformed Painkiller into his own personal killing machine using a mind-control chip. It's really only a matter of time before the alliance between the ASA and Black Lightning breaks down and when it does, Odell's so-called gift could lead to Jefferson's downfall
In the comics, Jericho is a metahuman with the power to possess other people and transfer his mind to their bodies and if he has his powers from the comics on the show, it's quite likely that he may have survived his "death" by transferring his mind to someone else's body
Judging from the trailer, it looks like J.J. Abrams has a truly epic finale in mind for the Skywalker saga that has now stretched over three trilogies and it all boils down to Rey and Ben, the light side and the dark, coming together to finally unite the Force.
The CW released a sneak peek of the episode on October 21 showing Agent Odell tasking Painkiller with hunting down the Markovians who are currently amassing troops outside the city limits and the first promo clip released for the episode also showed Black Lightning's explosive return to the field.
Anissa Pierce (Nafessa Williams) and Jennifer Pierce (China Anne McClain) are trying to sabotage the A.S.A.'s plans. This season, Anissa has transformed into a one-woman army while Jennifer continues to show she has the heart of a true hero
Finally discovering Vanessa's location, Axel sets out to complete his vendetta but will he manage to make good on his plan?
Dick Grayson grapples with the guilt of his secret which almost costs Jason his life.
There is not much backstory on Earth-2 Adrian but he initially comes off as a bit dumb, rushing head-first into battle without stopping to figure out the truth.
Ray, as Earth-1's leading expert on dwarf star particles, could provide invaluable assistance in unlocking their secrets.
The previous episodes revealed that Violet is immune to vampirism and Jack too displayed the same powers, hinting at a possible connection to Vanessa.
The charismatic ballerina in 1942 suffered a detached retina that required three corrective surgeries. She spent nearly a year in recovery, forbidden to laugh, cry or even move her head.
The synopsis for the episode hints at a strange force giving the old team reminders of their past sins.
Though we've learned quite a bit about this universe since it first appeared in Season 2 of 'The Flash', we found out about a few more key differences between this world and the main reality thanks to 'Arrow' Season 8's premiere, including the identities of this world's Hood and Dark Archer.
It looks like the Markovians may have released a biological weapon designed to neutralize all the metahumans in Freeland, removing all opposition to their invasion. The virus could cause massive damage in the city and cost countless lives unless Black Lightning decides to do something about it
Sara is a pretty sassy character who can be quite merciless while dealing with the people around her. Though she admitted that she's no stranger to sarcasm, Bender revealed she still had some difficulty relating to her character because of how different their approaches to life are
The trauma of watching a universe die before their very eyes, is bound to leave some lasting scars on Oliver and his friends, and Laurel especially is going to have a hard time coming to terms with the fact that everyone she knew and loved has been annihilated
The Spectre is an ancient mystical being, largely believed to be one of the first angels created by the Judeo-Christian God and the living personification of divine wrath. His power is nearly limitless and in the comics, he is the only hero with the power to stand against the Anti-Monitor directly
Seeing Oliver reminded of how much he needs Diggle in his life was quite touching, especially because the episode managed to recreate Oliver's first meeting with his one-time bodyguard in a fitting homage
What makes this version of Tommy and the episode as a whole such a fitting tribute to the first season is the fact that this time around, Oliver gets a chance to save his best friend, just as Tommy had done for Oliver back on Earth-1
Remus Noronha has an undergraduate degree in Journalism, Psychology and English and a life-long obsession with comic books. He is a lover of superhero, sci-fi, fantasy and cult classic movies.