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.
Arrow Season 7 is a good setup to the final season of the show. The story is mostly good with the exception of some of the flash forwards to Star City in 2040.
The bluray's picture and sound quality are good and there are some great special features.
Got this on sale for 9.99 on sale. I have always been a fan of this series since Season 1 of this show. Started watching arrow on CW and Arrow is what started the Arrowverse universe. Stephen Amell goes a great job portraying the Green Arrow. Good buy for any DC comics fan to add to collection of moviews
While this series started to get long in the tooth for me, it did wrap up nicely. This was a good season overall, but the back and forth flashbacks were just unnecessary. They could've cut about 75% of the flashbacks and still been successful without losing their audience.
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.
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).