What’s coming to The CW the week of March 5? The Lucy Hale-led dramedy LIFE SENTENCE will be premiering. Over on SUPERNATURAL, the Winchester brothers are hunting for a religious relic to help them open the breach between worlds, while Roy Harper returns to ARROW.
Monday, March 5
DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW 3.13 “No Country for Old Dads”: When Damien (Neal McDonough) and Nora Darhrk (guest star Courtney Ford) take Ray hostage they force him to try and fix the Fire Totem, but Ray (Brandon Routh) tries to use the power struggle between them to his advantage. Ray and Nora find themselves working together in 1960’s East Germany in order to fix the totem, but soon come face to face with a younger and deadlier version of Damien Dahrk. Meanwhile, Sara (Caity Lotz) seems to be taking positive steps in her personal life. Dominc Purcell, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Nick Zano, Tala Ashe and Keiynan Lonsdale also stars. Viet Nguyen directed the episode written by Keto Shimizu & James Eagan.
IZOMBIE 4.02 “Blue Bloody”: It’s a real-life game of clue for Liv (Rose McIver) after she eats the brains of a despicable dowager and must determine which one of her disgruntled servants killed her. Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) and Bozzio (guest star Jessica Harmon, “The 100”) are struggling to maintain a healthy relationship. Meanwhile, circumstances place Major (Robert Buckley) and Liv in opposition to one another. Rahul Kohli, David Anders, Aly Michalka and Robert Knepper also star. Michael Fields directed the episode written by Dean Lorey.
Tuesday, March 6
THE FLASH 4.15 “Enter Flashtime”: When a nuclear bomb detonates in downtown Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin), Jesse Quick (guest star Violett Beane) and Jay Garrick (guest star John Wesley Shipp) slow down time by entering Flashtime. As everyone in the city is frozen, the three speedsters push themselves to the breaking point to save the city and everyone in it. Gregory Smith directed the episode written by Todd Helbing & Sterling Gates.
Wednesday, March 7
RIVERDALE 2.14 “Chapter Twenty-Seven: The Hills Have Eyes”: When Hiram (Mark Consuelos) suggests that Veronica (Camila Mendes) and Archie (KJ Apa) head up to their lake house for the weekend, Veronica decides to invite Betty (Lili Reinhart) and Jughead (Cole Sprouse) to join them. Determined to uncover Hiram’s plans for Riverdale, Jughead uses his time at the lake house to press Veronica about what she may know. Back in Riverdale, Cheryl (Madelaine Petsch) makes a surprising connection with an unlikely friend, while Josie (Ashleigh Murray) lands in hot water after revealing a secret to Kevin (Casey Cott). Skeet Ulrich also stars. David Katzenberg directed the episode written by Ross Maxwell.
LIFE SENTENCE 1.01 “Pilot”: When Stella (Lucy Hale), a young woman who has spent the last eight years living like she was dying, finds out that her cancer has been cured, she is suddenly forced to face the long-term consequences of the “live in the moment” decisions she made, including marrying a total stranger. She also finds out that her “perfect family” isn’t so perfect after all and everyone in her life hid their problems from her. Stella is shocked to learn that her parents, Peter (Dylan Walsh) and Ida (Gillian Vigman), have fallen out of love, her sister, Elizabeth (Brooke Lyons), gave up her own dreams to start a family with her husband Diego (Carlos PenaVega) to take care of her, and her often overlooked brother, Aiden (Jayson Blair), who’s pushing 30 and still lives above the garage, sells Adderall to soccer moms and uses Stella’s cancer to guilt them into sleeping with him. Meanwhile, Stella’s husband Wes (Elliot Knight), begins to worry that he can’t continue to pretend to be her perfect husband for the rest of his life. With a real future suddenly in front of her, Stella’s cinematic life snaps into reality, and instead of living like she’s dying, she will have to learn to live like she’s living, and help her family and friends do the same. Lee Toland Krieger directed the episode written by Erin Cardillo & Richard Keith.
Thursday, March 8
SUPERNATURAL 13. 15 “A Most Holy Man”: Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are close to collecting everything they need to open a rift into the apocalyptic world and possibly rescuing Mary (guest star Samantha Smith) and Jack (Alexander Calvert). The one missing ingredient leads the Winchesters to a black market for religious relics where everything is not always as it seems. Amanda Tapping directed the episode written by Robert Singer & Andrew Dabb.
ARROW 6.15 “Doppelganger”: Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Thea (Willa Holland) are shocked to hear that Roy Harper (guest star Colton Haynes) is back in Star City. However, when they discover the circumstances of Roy’s return, Oliver and Thea realize that Roy is in trouble and jump in to save him. Black Siren (Katie Cassidy) makes a shocking decision. Kristin Windell directed the episode with story by Christos Gage & Ruth Fletcher Gage and teleplay by Speed Weed.
Friday, March 9
DYNASTY 1.14 “The Gospel According to Blake Carrington”: Suspicious that the Colbys may be up to no good, Fallon (Elizabeth Gillies) plays a dangerous game of charades; meanwhile, Steven (James Mackay) finds himself unexpectedly channeling his darker side when he tries to help Sammy Jo (Rafael de la Fuente), and Cristal (Nathalie Kelley) must cover-up an impulsive mistake that threatens to implode her marriage. Grant Show, Sam Adegoke, Alan Dale and Robert C. Riley also star. Francisca X. Hu and Paula Sabbaga wrote the episode, directed by Dawn Wilkinson.
JANE THE VIRGIN 4.12 “Chapter Seventy-Six”: Jane’s (Gina Rodriguez) fixation on a negative review has left her with writer’s block, so Rogelio (Jaime Camil) suggests she take a class to help. With the encouragement of Jane, Rafael (Justin Baldoni) is ready to dig into his past. Rogelio is trying to make things less about him and more about Xo (Andrea Navedo), but he grows suspicious when he learns she is keeping a secret from him. Meanwhile, Petra (Yael Grobglas) tests the loyalty of her lawyer. Ivonne Coll also stars. Melanie Mayron directed the episode written by Leah Longoria.