[Warning: spoilers ahead for Wednesday's episode of Arrow, "Left Behind."]
Arrow is back in a big way.
Team Arrow learned the sad truth about Oliver's (Stephen Amell) demise at the hands of Ra's Al Ghul (Matt Nable). To add insult to injury, the bringer of the bad news was the man who orchestrated the whole thing, Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman). Unbeknownst to them, Oliver is alive (if not well).
The network used its platform at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour to announce an early renewals for eight series: Arrow, Jane the Virgin, Reign, Supernatural, The 100, The Flash, The Originals and The Vampire Diaries.
The first panels for the 32nd annual PaleyFest have been announced.
Set to return to the Dolby Theatre and run March 6-13, the television festival will feature nights with the casts of ABC’s Shonda Rhimes political thriller Scandal as well as The CW’s hot one-two DC Comics punch Arrow and The Flash. Also joining the lineup is CBS’ veteran critical darling The Good Wife.
To say Marc Guggenheim and his wife, Tara Butters, are a comic book family would be an understatement. Guggenheim, currently an exec producer on The CW's Arrow, has written scores of Marvel comics (and DC feature Green Lantern).
Starling City will have a new arrival when Arrow returns in January.
Marc Singer will appear in episode 14, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Singer, star of the 1982 cult classic TheBeastmaster, will play General Matthew Shrieve beginning the in the 14th episode of season three. In the comics, Shrieve is the leader of the Creature Commandos, a team of superhumans who first fought in World War II.
[Warning: Spoilers ahead from the Arrow/The Flash crossover episode, "The Brave and the Bold."]
The CW's Flash-Arrow crossover event finished up with Wednesday's Arrow hour. While the biggest Arrow moment occurred during The Flash hour (as Oliver ran into his ex/baby), a few important things went down in "The Brave and the Bold."