Well, the holiday hiatus is finally over for you Arrowheads (yeah, I just made that up) and Winchester Fans. Tonight we have new episodes of Arrow and Supernatural to help us through the winter chill. Video clips after the jumpFirst up, on this week’s Arrow entitled “Burned”, Oliver’s confidence is shaken after being beaten by the Dark Archer and he takes a break from being Arrow. However, when Laurel calls Arrow for help investigating a firefighter’s suspicious death, he reluctantly agrees but his hesitance while fighting almost costs him his life. Meanwhile, Tommy throws a benefit for the firefighters and Thea tries to lift Moira out of her depressive state. Eagle Egilsson directed the episode written by Moira Kirland & Ben Sokolowski.
Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim talks about Oliver Queen’s crisis of confidence here:
And coming up in February, someone new arrives on the scene, someone who may play a pivotal part in not only Oliver’s life, but in his sister, Thea’s life as well – Colton Haynes (Teen Wolf) will be guest starring as Roy Harper – but more on that after tonight’s episode.
Arrow “Burned” airs Wednesday January 16th at 8.7c on The CW.
On this week’s Supernatural entitled “Torn and Frayed”, Naomi (guest star Amanda Tapping) tells Castiel that Crowley (guest star Mark Sheppard) is holding an angel captive and Castiel must rescue him before Crowley finds out their secrets. Castiel turns to Dean for help. Meanwhile, Sam meets with Amelia (guest star Liane Balaban) who asks him to make a choice: stay with her or leave and never contact her again. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Jenny Klein.
Showrunner Jeremy Carver talks about how this week’s episode touches on a pivotal point in the Winchester brothers strained relationship and what happens when Crowley goes on the offense:
Just add in some Castiel, Mama Trans, and last, but certainly not least, a nice helping of Benny and we’re good to go.
Supernatural “Torn and Frayed” airs Wednesday January 16th at 9.8c on The CW.