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ARROW: Season 2.22: ‘Streets of Fire’ TV Show Trailer & Spoiler Image

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The CW‘s Arrow 2.22 Streets of Fire trailer and 2.23 Unthinkable image. With the unleashing of Deathstroke’s (Manu Bennett) Mirakuru army, Mayor Blood (Kevin Alejandro) in charge, Isabel Rochev’s (Summer Glau) turn as Ravager, and the Canary (Caity Lotz) off to “see an old friend,” Team Arrow has its work cut out for it. With the city gripped in terror and mayhem, Oliver (Stephen Amell) & Co. will be getting some help, however, but from some very unexpected sources. Spoiler ahead.

Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) returns, just shy of the family reunion of Thea’s (Willa Holland) nightmares, but just in time for the start of the season’s big showdown. As for Sara’s “old friend,” well that happens to be one Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law), last seen in episode 13, and she will be bringing a League of her own to the season finale.

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Series executive producer Andrew Kreisberg on Sara’s surprise, and the finale:

“She went to go get help, because when you’re fighting an army, you need an army. It’s the Arrow, Canary and Roy and the League of Assassins versus Slade and his Mirakuru army for the city.”

‘Streets of Fire’ also stars David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Katie Cassidy, and Paul Blackthorne, and airs Wednesday, May 7, on The CW at 8:00pm EST. ‘Unthinkable,’ the season 2 finale, described by Kreisberg as “effing” insane & an all out war, will air the following week, on May 14.

Leave your thoughts  on the ‘Streets of Fire’ TV show trailer, and the ‘Unthinkable’ image, below in the comments section. For more Arrow photos, videos, and information, visit our Arrow Page, subscribe to us by Email, follow us on Twitter or on Facebook.

Sources: SpoilerTV, EW

 

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