The ball is in Laurel Lance's (Katie Cassidy) court.
Last we left off on The CW comic-book drama, Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) dropped an Arrow bombshell, revealing to Laurel that her former lover/friend Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) is actually the Arrow -- a calculated move on his part to weaken Oliver's world.
Oliver Queen's (Stephen Amell) world may be unraveling on Arrow, but not everything in Starling City is doom and gloom.
Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) and Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) are victims, to varying degrees, of the powerful Mirakuru serum – the former five years running, the latter mere weeks. But as island Oliver discovers in a scene exclusive to The Hollywood Reporter from this week's episode, "The Man Under the Hood," there may be a way out -- courtesy of Dr. Ivo (Dylan Neal).
In Starling City, danger is never far and this time Thea is the latest victim.
On Wednesday's Arrow,Slade makes his move against Oliver and the repercussions are big. While Oliver scrambles to protect his family, namely Thea (Willa Holland), whom Slade has in his clutches, a member of Team Arrow starts to doubt Oliver’s decisions.
Helena is back on Arrow,and that usually spells trouble.
In Wednesday's "Birds of Prey" episode, Helena is lured back to Starling City to exact her revenge after her father is arrested. Laurel is handpicked to serve as lead prosecutor on the case, putting her in the middle of the crossfire at the city courthouse after Helena discovers there's more to her father's arrest than meets the eye. Meanwhile, Sara risks her Canary identity to keep Laurel out of harm's way.
Arrow continues its villains chapter with a Diggle-heavy flashback episode devoted to the origins of the Suicide Squad. Recruited by Amanda Waller, Diggle agrees to help catch a dangerous criminal he recognizes from his time as a soldier in Afghanistan. What he didn't count on was being forced to work on the same team as proven criminals Deadshot, Bronze Tiger and Shrapnel -- not to mention his ex-wife Lyla.
Ahead of this week's Arrow, The CW has released a dramatic movie-quality trailer.
[Warning: Some spoilers ahead.]
The three-minute trailer, posted by star Stephen Amell on Facebook on Tuesday, touts the impending showdown between Oliver Queen (Amell) and his former mentor Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett), who reappeared in Starling City at the end of last week's episode -- much to Oliver's chagrin.
Anticipation has been building for The CW's Arrow spinoff TheFlash, and, like clockwork, the first official image from the comic book drama pilot has been released.
In the photo below, a smiling Grant Gustin dons the red Flash suit, marking the first time this iteration of Barry Allen has been seen in superhero form. And like Green Arrow's suit, the Flash has a gritty feel to it. Though the full-body suit has yet to be revealed, the image offers a good preview of the tone for the pilot and potential series.
Everyone's favorite tech guru Felicity is about to face her biggest test yet on Arrow.
Prison Breakalum Robert Knepper makes his debut Wednesday as William Tockman, better known as DC Comics' villainous Clock King, who serves as Felicity's first formidable foe. The timing couldn't be worse for the bespectacled techie; the Clock King's entrance in the Arrow universe comes at a time when she is at her most vulnerable -- thanks in large part to the unexpected addition of Sara Lance to Team Arrow.
The CW has handed out early renewals to five of its biggest hits.
Returning for the 2014-15 broadcast season are veterans Arrow, The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural as well as rookies The Originals and Reign, the network announced Thursday. Arrow will be back for its third season, Vampire Diaries its sixth and Supernatural will hit season No. 10.
[Warning: Major spoilers ahead from Wednesday's episode.]
Arrow dropped big revelations during Wednesday's episode, "Heir to the Demon." With several weeks off for the Winter Olympics, the residents of Starling City will have some major issues to deal with when The CW comic-book drama returns in late February.