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The third season of Arrow is currently in production, and the show will be back on The CW starting October 8th, with it's spinoff, Flash, scheduled to start airing one night before on October 7th.It seems way too early to start thinking about the Big Brother Season 16 finale yet. But CBS has set the date for the 90-minute season finale, which will crown one houseguest the winner. The finale of Big Brother and the premiere of Survivor will occupy a three hour block together on Wednesday, September 24, which just so happens to be the big premiere week for broadcast television. Watch Lucy OnlineWatch HoW To TrAiN YoUr DrAgOn 2 OnlineWATCH DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES ONLINE
According to CBS's announcement, Big Brother's Season 16 finale will air on Wednesday, September 24 at 9:30 p.m., immediately following the debut of Survivor, which is set to premiere at 8:00 p.m. that night. The "Blood vs. Water"-themed season of Survivor will broadcast from Sn Juan del Sur in Nicaragua, and will feature all-new contestants competing against a loved one. This scheduling arrangement means CBS's sci-fi drama Extant will wrap up on Wednesday, September 17, a week ahead of its originally scheduled finale date. Watch 22 Jump Street OnlineWatch The Other Woman Online
But let's talk about Big Brother, because as we said, it feels too early in the game to even think about the finale just yet, let alone try to imagine who might be sitting in the final two seats, but September 24 is less than two months away. If we do the math, there are eleven houseguests remaining in the game, which means, assuming the format of the series follows the past few seasons, there will be eight more evictions before finale night, with the Final 3 being set by September 24. There are seven Thursdays between then and now, and we know this week will be a double-eviction week. So that means there might only be one double-eviction this season. Unless they drop the Final 3 thing and evict the last houseguest the week before the finale. I'd almost prefer they do that and go back to the old format of pre-taping the jury questions, as the live questioning seems to have very little impact on how the jurors vote.
THR says that the Arrow version of the character "will be an A.R.G.U.S. operative in Corto Maltese who crosses paths with Diggle." The trade also notes that the show has actually previously featured links to Manhunter. Prosecutor Kate Spencer, who played a key role in the second season of the series played by Chelah Horsdal, also goes by the name Manhunter in the comics - but her character won't factor into the show's future, given that she died in the episode "Streets of Fire."