“Arrow” Season 2 Episode 21 “City of Blood” will air on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, at 8:00 p.m. on The CW. Find out if Oliver will push through with his plan to surrender to Slade. Read on to find out more about MNG’s spoilers of Season 2 Episode 21 “City of Blood.”
According to the episode preview from Spoilers Guide, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) reopens her investigation about Sebastian Blood (Kevin Alejandro), while Thea (Willa Holland) thinks of leaving Starling City for good.
Slade (Manu Bennett) threatens Oliver (Stephen Amell) of taking everyone he loves from him. This has caused Oliver to consider the idea of giving in to Slade by surrendering himself to stop the mad man from causing too much chaos. Meanwhile, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) and Diggle (David Ramsey) will not let Oliver do this. So, they go over the risky measures in order to prevent Oliver from going to Slade.
As for Slade, he is busy preparing to launch an attack in Starling City. Who’s with him? No other than the “super” army that he has created through Roy’s blood.
“Arrow” Season 2 Episode 21 “City of Blood” is written by Holly Harold and directed by Michael Schultz.
Since the “Arrow” season finale is coming soon, TV Guide has posted information of what fans can expect of the show. We here at Movie News Guide (MNG) are happy to bring you the good news. The finale will be a three-part episode. “Arrow” Season 2 is scheduled to end on May 14, 2014. The first part of this exciting ending will start on April 30, 2014. So, don’t miss the “Arrow” Episode 21 “City of Blood!” Somehow, it’s like “Arrow” versus himself as Roy (Colton Haynes) grows powerful, with Laurel finding out his real identity.
Andrew Kreisberg, executive producer of the show, says that death will be expected in the finale.
“There’s a couple of massive surprises for the island. The gloves are off and anybody can die at any minute,” said Kreisberg in the TV Guide feature.
That’s it for the “Arrow” spoilers about Season 2 Episode 21 “City of Blood.” It will air on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, at 8:00 p.m. on The CW. Stay tuned for more news about “Arrow” including spoilers and episode recaps.