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WKND - - Y O U R F I L M F I X - 3 MARCH 2017

Ar­row Sea­son 4 ( 2012-) ( TV- 14) Team Ar­row is back ( you didn’t re­ally think Oliver [ Amell] and Felic­ity’s [ Rickards] hia­tus from crime­fight­ing could last for­ever, did you?). This sea­son, they’re up against dark magic like they’ve never seen be­fore and a man ( fit­tingly) called Damien Darhk, around whom ar­rows fall like flies. Brace your­self for some next level evil, be­cause Damien’s plans for Star City are go­ing to blow your mind. Throw in some ma­jor drama ( will Dig­gle for­give Oliver, what will hap­pen when Felic­ity meets her es­tranged fa­ther, is Ray Palmer alive, will Sara sur­vive the Lazarus Pit?) — and you can bet your week­end is sorted. Du­ra­tion: 45 mins x 23 episodes Genre: Ac­tion, Ad­ven­ture, Drama, Crime What’s good: The twists keep the sus­pense game on point What’s bad: The demise of a key pro­tag­o­nist will have you reel­ing Star­ring: Stephen Amell, Katie Cas­sidy, Emily Bett Richards Rat­ing: Blindspot Sea­son 1 ( 2015-) ( TV- 14) Jane Doe ( Alexan­der) wakes up in the mid­dle of Times Square with no clothes and no mem­o­ries of her past, and is kept un­der pro­tec­tive cus­tody by the FBI. De­spite hav­ing no mem­o­ries, she seems to have com­bat and lan­guage skills and the in­tri­cate tat­toos across her back seem to point to­wards a larger con­spir­acy. As the FBI at­tempt to un­ravel a crime cir­cle which is mys­te­ri­ously con­nected to Doe’s tat­too, Jane must fight to fig­ure out who she re­ally is — and whose side she is on. This one is brim­ming with twists and turns. Du­ra­tion: 45 mins x 23 episodes Genre: Mys­tery, Crime, Drama What’s good: A great premise What’s bad: Loads of plot holes Star­ring: Sul­li­van Sta­ple­ton, Jaimie Alexan­der, Rob Brown Rat­ing:

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