At one point, yours truly's digital audio recorder fell into Candice's water (thank goodness I had my i Phone for audio backup! After that debacle, I had the coordination of a newborn...
I couldn't even eat a forkful of fruit before I dropped it into the street.
The series hails from Bonanza Productions, Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros.
TV with Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg and Sarah Schechter exec producing.
Giving Sara a consistent romance is an interesting next step in her character development, and we can't wait to see how it plays out. While we could see the return of one of Sara's lost loves (and we'll get to those in a bit), it seems most likely that Legends of Tomorrow will see a new character enter the fore to flirt with Sara.
Without even dipping into DC's vast library of comics, there are already two possible candidates for Sara's heart among Season 2's new recruits. The ancestor of Mari Mc Cabe — who has her own animated show, Vixen, and appeared in Arrow — will board the Waverider in Season 2.
When Sara’s fellow League of Assassins member Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) shows up in Starling City to bring Sara back to the fold, Sara refuses, putting her family in danger. I wish I got to do more stunt rehearsals, but most of the time, I have to learn the fights on set, whenever I have down time.Ever since her introduction in Season 1 of Arrow, Sara Lance has been one of the most interesting characters in the DCTV multiverse.Driven by a heroic origin story to rival even Oliver Queen's, Sara trained with the League of Assassins to become a formidable vigilante.Calling herself Black Canary, Sara was an important member of Team Arrow.But Sara isn't just important within the realm of fiction — as DC's first openly bisexual character on television, Sara is a trailblazer of sorts for the LGBT community, and her relationship with Nyssa in Arrow chimed with many fans.