“Emerald Archer,” this show’s 150th episode, assumes the format of a documentary (narrated by Kelsey Grammer), with a camera crew following around Oliver (Stephen Amell), Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) and the rest of Team Arrow to talk about their past lives as vigilantes and what the Green Arrow has come to mean to Star City. Oliver also has to somehow juggle William’s (guest star Jack Moore) return from boarding school and the arrival of a new threat to his city.
Matt LeBlanc’s family sitcom returns to begin its third season with the premiere “Wife-Proof,” which finds Adam (LeBlanc) making a gallant husbandly gesture by doing what he can to make the office feel more welcoming, now that Andi (Liza Snyder) will be joining him at work every day. Elsewhere, Lowell (Matt Cook) has been hiding a life-changing secret. Kevin Nealon, Kelly Rocha and Stacy Keach also star.
Desperately trying to protect Amy (Saniyya Sidney), Brad (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) convinces Lear and Sykes (Henry Ian Cusick, Caroline Chikezie) to allow them to go outside the facility for exercise breaks in the new episode “Whose Blood Is That?” Wrenching flashbacks reveal what Carter’s (McKinley Belcher III) life was like prior to being sentenced to Death Row. Fanning’s (Jamie McShane) control over those inside Project Noah grows stronger, while the virals gain power over the facility’s staff.
As soon as she arrives in Los Angeles, Fauna (India Eisley) immediately starts trying to track down long-estranged members of her family, including her enigmatic grandfather, Dr. George Hodel (Jefferson Mays), in the new episode “Phenomenon of Interference.” Jay (Chris Pine), meanwhile, continues his pursuit of the Bloody Romeo, but the disgraced journalist remains haunted by the story that destroyed his career several years ago: a story about George Hodel. Dale Dickey and Jay Paulson also star.
Wheelchair-bound exorcist Dr. Seth Ember (Aaron Eckhart, “The Dark Knight”) is recruited by a Vatican emissary (Carice van Houten, “Game of Thrones”) to tap into the subconscious mind of a tormented boy (David Mazouz, “Gotham”) to free him from demonic possession. in Brad Peyton’s confused (and confusing) 2016 supernatural horror thriller. Catalina Sandino Moreno, Keir O’Donnell and Matt Nabel co-star.