Arrow Season 6 is currently on a break and there will be no new episode next week, as well. The CW series starring Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak, David Ramsey as John Diggle will resume its run for the remaining episode at the end of March.
Meanwhile, The CW is doing a good job of whetting fans’ curiosity. The network has released a synopsis teasing more challenges and difficulties for Oliver and Diggle. According to the latest information, the duo will be facing their biggest challenge yet in episode 17 of Arrow Season 6. The much-awaited episode is titled “Brothers in Arms” and it will see Oliver and Diggle a precarious predicament. There is not much information available revealing what gets Diggle and Oliver in this situation.
Also, the episode will shed light on Curtis’ personal life. However, fans will get to see Curtis new love interest, who will disappoint her with his opinion on vigilante life. This will be the first time Curtis will be romantically involved with someone after his break up with his husband Paul, last season. Unfortunately, his new boyfriend is not a fan of Vigilantes. Considering his strong opinion about Curtis’ work, we wonder how far their relationship will go.
“Oliver and Diggle face their biggest challenge yet. Curtis is disappointed to find out his new boyfriend has a firm anti-vigilante stance,” reads the official synopsis for Arrow Season 6 episode 17.
In other news, The CW has announced the finale dates for its television series. As reported earlier, the CW finale will begin wrapping up in April. However, Arrow will go a bit longer and wrap up the sixth season on May 17.
Arrow Season 6 resumes its run with episode 16 “The Thanatos Guild” on March 29. It will be followed by episode 17 “Brothers in Arms” on April 5. Be sure to keep visiting Pursue News for more information and update.
Source: The CW via Comicbook
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