The Crisis’ conclusion begins in the eighth episode of Arrow’s final season and here’s how you can watch “Crisis On Infinite Earths, Part 4” online.
This Tuesday night, the Crisis begins its conclusion in a two-part special that will see the five-part Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover come to a close, and it all starts on a special episode of Arrow.
Oliver Queen’s (Stephen Amell) journey has also been nearing its end for quite some time now, as Arrow‘s final season kicked off on The CW in October, showcasing the Emerald Archer’s attempts to assist The Monitor in preparing for the inevitable Crisis. And it all built towards the crossover we’ve been waiting for when Crisis kicked off with special episodes of Supergirl, Batwoman and The Flash in December.
It goes without saying that the Crisis was particularly major for the Green Arrow, as he was presumably killed off in the very first installment – falling victim to countless evil shadow demons as he defended Earth-38 for as long as he could – and leaving fans in complete shock.
However, that would not be the end for him, as his daughter Mia Smoak (Katherine McNamara), best friend John Diggle (David Ramsey) and Legend John Constantine (Matt Ryan) traveled to Purgatory to get him.
Oliver’s refusal to return stemmed from the fact that he had become something else, and now, with the fate of the entire multiverse at stake, he will eventually make his comeback to take on the Anti-Monitor – saving the lives of those that were lost by the wave of antimatter.
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Full details on how to watch the eighth installment of Arrow‘s final season (and the fourth installment of Crisis On Infinite Earths) can be found below, including start time, TV info, live stream and more:
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 14
Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Episode: 8 “Crisis On Infinite Earths, Part Four”
TV info: The CW
Live stream: CWTV.com
“Crisis On Infinite Earths, Part Four” will air first on The CW this Tuesday night before it is uploaded to CWTV the next day – where it will be available to stream for five weeks.
Are you excited to see the fourth and fifth installments of the Crisis crossover on Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow? How will you be watching it? Let us know in the comments below!