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Arrow, The Flash & Riverdale Ongoing Season Will Start Wrapping In May

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Arrow, The Flash & Riverdale Ongoing Season Will Start Wrapping In May

The CW has announced the finale dates for its most popular shows. Fan-favorite shows Arrow, The Flash, Riverdale, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and more are approaching their endgame and will soon be wrapping up the current season.

Most of these shows premiered their latest season in the fall, last year. As per the dates, the finale will begin airing from April 9 with the conclusion of Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 until June 18 when Supergirl Season 3 wraps up. Currently, Supergirl is on hiatus and it will be resuming the run for the second half of the season on April 16.

In between, The CW’s latest DC Comics adventure Black Lightning will be coming to a close on April 17. It will be followed by Jane the Virgin Season 4 finale on April 20. Fans can be assured that as their favorite shows come to a close, there will be more to look forward to.

The Originals final season premieres on April 20. In addition, The 100 Season 5 takes off on April 24. Fan-favourite Riverdale Season 2 will come to an end on May 16. Supernatural Season 13 concludes and Arrow Season 6 concludes on May 17. The Flash Season 4 wraps on May 22. Dynasty will also come to an end in the same week. It will be followed by iZombie on May 28.

As these shows approach their finale, fans can expect things to get intense. While The Flash will be tackling The Thinker, Arrow must stop Cayden James and his team. Riverdale has several mysteries to resolve and Supernatural will be featuring a Scooby-Doo crossover.

Meanwhile, The Flash and Arrow are on a brief hiatus. Arrow will return next week with episode 16 titled “The Thanatos Guild.” The Flash Season 4 will resume its run with episode 17 “Null and Annoyed” on April 10. Be sure to keep visiting Pursue News for more updates and information on your favorite television series.

Source: The CW via Screen Rant




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