Arrow "Invasion!" Review: Season 5 episode 8 gets mixed response from audience
In this 100 episode, the outside story keep the Arrow players busy while reminding everyone that Supergirl and Flash are still involved.
Arrow: "Invasion!" gets mixed review from critics around the world, and audience mostly give positive reviews in social networking sites.
In the 40-minute action, adventure and crime drama display, the 100th episode starts with Oliver waking up to a life in which his parents are alive and he is about to marry Laurel. Felicity faces a new threat with the help of The Flash and Supergirl.
Another great episode of Arrow. #Arrow100
— Cameron Owen (@Camowen98) December 2, 2016
I love these crossover episodes ❤️😭👏🏼 Flash / Arrow / Super Girl / Legends of Tomorrow ✨ Best Team up Ever!😍
— SUMM (@summer_brub) December 2, 2016
— Kathleen Saffell (@GoldenVibeWrite) December 2, 2016
— The Cake is a Lie! (@doemaaan) December 2, 2016
The television series is developed by writer/producers Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Andrew Kreisberg.
One of the most sought after TV series, Arrow, is based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow, a costumed crime-fighter created by Mort Weisinger and George Papp.
For the first time, it was premiered in North America on The CW on October 10, 2012, with international broadcasting taking place in late 2012.
The TV series is primarily filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the series follows billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), who, five years after being stranded on a hostile island, returns home to fight crime and corruption as a secret vigilante whose weapon of choice is a bow and arrow.
After many episode, the series takes a new look at the Green Arrow character, as well as other characters from the DC Comics universe.
Although Oliver Queen/Green Arrow had been featured in the television series Smallville from 2006 to 2011, on the CW, the producers decided to start clean and find a new actor (Amell) to portray the character.
Arrow focuses on the humanity of Oliver Queen, and how he was changed by time spent shipwrecked on an island. Most episodes have flashback scenes to the five years in which Oliver was missing.
Most critics give positive review and the series averaged about 3.68 million viewers over the course of the first season and received several awards and multiple nominations.