PREVIEW: ARROW ("Salvation") & SUPERNATURAL ("Freaks and Geeks")

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ARROW continues its first season with a new episode on Wednesday, March 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.

In "Salvation," an angry resident of The Glades who calls himself "The Savior" (guest star Christopher Redman) embarks on a kidnapping and killing spree to punish those he believes have wronged the residents of his neighborhood. To make things worse, he broadcasts these murders online and claims he was inspired by Arrow's (Stephen Amell) vigilantism. Oliver is horrified by this statement and vows to stop "The Savior," but his manhunt in intensified after Thea (Willa Holland) comes to him in tears and tells him Roy (guest star Colton Haynes) has been kidnapped.

Laurel (Katie Cassidy) is surprised when her father (Paul Blackthorne) starts to believe her mother's (guest star Alex Kingston) claim that Sara is still alive. Meanwhile, Malcom (John Barrowman) tells Moira (Susanna Thompson) to find the person responsible for his attempted murder.

Watch a sneak peek below:

David Ramsey and Colin Donnell also star. Nick Copus directed the episode written by Drew Z. Greenberg & Wendy Mericle.

SUPERNATURAL follows at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

In "Freaks and Geeks," Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate some recent vampire kills and are surprised to learn Krissy Chambers (guest star Madison McLaughlin) is involved. They find Krissy and learn her father was killed and she's been taken in by a man named Victor (guest star Adrian Hough), who has taken in a group of orphan kids to teach them how to hunt. Victor is helping the teenagers find the vampires who took their parents so they can get revenge. Sam is intrigued by Victor's method of giving the teenagers a home life as well as a hunting life, but Dean is suspicious of Victor's motives.

John F. Showalter directed the episode written by Adam Glass.


1 comment:

  1. Tonight’s episode of Arrow should be a good one for sure. I really can’t wait to see what this new villain who calls himself “The Savior” is all about, or how he was inspired by Arrow. I can’t seem to live without Arrow, and because I work at DISH was thrilled to get my hands on our new Hopper DVR when it was released, and I’ve been blown away by it as a DVR ever since. I like how I can use my Hopper to record up to six shows at once during primetime hours, and I use this technology to help minimize my DVR conflicts so that I won’t miss episodes of Arrow.