Category: TV Show Reviews
Arrow is a 51-episode, 3-season American TV series, created jointly by Marc Guggenheim, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, who were the renowned American writers and TV producers. The show is derived from the Green Arrow character of DC Comics, a comic book publisher in America, a costumed crime-combatant character, developed by George Papp, a comic book artist from America, and Mort Weisinger, an American comic book and magazine editor.
The Arrow TV show premiered on the CW channel, a broadcast television network in America, on the 10th of October 2012 in North America. Later, the show was broadcasted globally during the late 2012. The TV series was mostly filmed in British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, and it follows Oliver Queen, the billionaire playboy, depicted by Stephen Amell, a Canadian performer, who, following five years of being trapped on an antagonistic island, comes back home to fight corruption and crime as a furtive vigilante whose weapon of option is a bow and arrow. Nothing like in the comic books, Oliver Queen does not at first go by the assumed name, Green Arrow.
The Arrow TV series receives a practical look at the Green Arrow role, including other roles from the DC Comics world. Even though Green Arrow/Oliver Queen had been featured from 2006 to 2011 in Smallville, an American Television series, the TV producers decided to create clean and find an innovative actor to represent the role. The Arrow TV series centers on the humankind of Oliver Queen, and the way he was transformed by time, spent stranded on an island. Nearly all episodes in the series contain flashback outlooks to the island.
Response of the TV series
Generally, the Arrow TV series has received optimistic reviews from critics, and was the maximum-rated latest series of the CW channel in five years. An average of 3.68 million spectators watched over the line of the first season of the TV series. The Arrow TV series was nominated for several awards and it received three awards. To support it, a sample comic book was released earlier than the commencement of the TV series, at the same time as a web television series, featuring a product associated with an American privately detained company, Bose, were created for the second season. The first season of the series is available on Blu-ray and DVD in regions 1, 2 and 4, the DVD region codes, and a recording was released, too. The second season of the TV series premiered on the 9th of October 2013, and is available on Blu-ray and DVD in regions 1, 2 and 4, the DVD region codes. Two adaptations of a recording have been released.
The CW channel renewed the Arrow TV series on the 13th of February 2014 for a third season that premiered on the 8th of October 2014. A by-product series set in the similar universe, with the title, The Flash, commenced airing on the CW channel on the 7th of October 2014.
Nominations and awards
The Arrow TV show won the 2013 BMI Film and TV award for the Best TV series category.
The TV show won the 2013 Canadian Society of Cinematographers award for the Best Cinematography in TV Drama category.
The series won the 2013 Leo Awards for the Best Visual Effects in a Dramatic Series category.
The Arrow TV show was nominated for the 2013 IGN Summer Movie Awards for the Best TV Series, Best TV Action Series and Best Actor categories.