Another strong outing for Arrow, showing, somewhat effortlessly, how good TV is done. Great characters, great story, great crossovers (included as well!), and great groundwork laid for the next 8th/final season; and all packaged together with great extras!
After 7 seasons of full 20+ episode runs, a series like this really shouldn't even logically be expected to work even half this well, but it truly is a testament of the impeccable talent involved both in front and behind the camera that they produce such a great product: genuine entertainment you look forward to watching, episode after episode.
If you like Arrow and you are still along for the ride, Season 7 won't disappoint.
Although the mid-part of the series lags, pushing through is well-worth it. While people flock to theaters (pre and hopefully post-COVID), Marvel is the name they want. But I feel DC does TV right, and Arrow is a prime example of storytelling, character, acting, and more. Great series (as all the other within the universe are).
Season 7 of this television series opens five months after Oliver (Stephen Amell) decides to disclose his secret identity as Green Arrow to the FBI. He is now in prison, serving a life sentence. Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) and William (Jack Moore) are in the witness protection service, trying to adapt to their new life. Meanwhile, in Star City, a new arch-wielding vigilante takes on the mantle left by Oliver, striking the curiosity and anger in some of his associates.