Next Week on ARROWVERSE is going to be pretty exciting! Supergirl faces the brink of a civil war, Team Arrow has police training, and Team Flash has a way to stop Cicada. Read on to find out more about what’s on the way!


This week on ARROWVERSE’s SUPERGIRL has Kara (Melissa Benoist) facing off against Manchester Black and the Elite. Next week on ARROWVERSE’s SUPERGIRL is “Stand and Deliver.” The focus looks to be about Lockwood’s release from prison and what he does with his newfound freedom.

According to the synopsis, Lockwood organizes a rally and aliens decide to peacefully protest in response. Brainiac and J’onn join in an alien march, while Supergirl and Dreamer will try to keep everyone safe. Meanwhile, Hayley assigns Alex a job that clashes with her beliefs.

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The promo confirms as much. It begins with a shot of Black and his Elite. Haley says to Alex that there is a civil war brewing between humans and aliens. We get a shot of the pro-alien march, with Supergirl leading with J’onn and Brainiac, albeit disguising her identity. We also see Nia (Nicole Maines) as Dreamer. Lockwood is speaking at a live rally, saying that today they are taking their planet back to a cheering crowd. Haley cautions that the whole event could turn into a powder keg, and it looks like she will be right. Manchester orders his team to find the nearest alien hater and kill them. There are then subsequent explosions and chaos that follow and end the promo. For SUPERGIRL, next week on ARROWVERSE is going to get pretty heated.


ARROW’s last episode not only saw Argus’ Ghost Initiative, but saw Oliver (Stephen Amell) and his newly discovered sister Emiko (Sea Shimooka) beginning to talk and work together, and William meeting his newly discovered sister in the future. Next week on ARROWVERSE’s ARROW is “Training Day.” Apparently, the SCPD will be working with all of Team Arrow and that will undoubtedly come with its fair share of complications.

According to the synopsis, Team Arrow attempts to work with the Star City Police Department. However, much to Oliver’s frustration, things don’t go as planned. Meanwhile, Dinah (Juliana Harkavy) gets some life-changing news.

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The promo begins with the mayor of Star City talking to Oliver, reminding him that he now works for the SCPD. We then see an officer saying that Team Arrow needs to learn how the SCPD does things. It seems as though Team Arrow will have to undergo mandatory training, learning to adhere to SCPD protocols. The training officer says that excessive force will not be tolerated and that firearms will only be used as a last resort. While he gives these orders, we see shots of Team Arrow in the field doing the exact opposite. Obviously, there are going to be some significant growing pains and a clash of ideals going on next week on ARROWVERSE.


After this week’s crazy episode of THE FLASH, which saw Gorilla Grodd vs. King Shark, next week on ARROWVERSE’s THE FLASH will see the meta-cure finally ready for use. Next week’s episode will be titled “Failure is an Orphan.”

The synopsis tells us that the meta-human cure is ready to use. Now, Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team must figure out a way to subdue Cicada (Chris Klein) long enough to take it. Killer Frost steps in to help with the plan and Joe eases back into work. Also, Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) isn’t happy about her dad’s plans to stop Cicada.

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The promo reveals a little bit more as to why Nora is upset about the plan. According to her notebook about the timeline, the day that Team Flash is going to enact their plan against Cicada is marked as Barry’s last confrontation with him. She tells him that that today is the day he stops Cicada. We then see a shot of Eobard Thawne in his cell talking to Nora. He says that something or someone is struggling to break through. Could it be that Team Flash does stop Cicada, but it only makes way for a bigger threat? We’ll find out next week on ARROWVERSE!

All of the ARROWVERSE shows air on the CW.

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