Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin
Being poisoned will be the least of Oliver Queen's worries when he discovers that Team Arrow let Barry Allen in on his big secret in order to save him. But for Barry (Grant Gustin), it's a dream come true as his suspicions about the vigilante known as the Arrow will be confirmed during Wednesday's Arrow (8/7c, The CW).
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"Part of the fun...
Summer Glau and Stephen Amell
Oliver & Co. are saying dasvidaniya to Starling City this week!
When Diggle (David Ramsey) finds out that Lyla (Audrey Marie Anderson) has gone missing after following a lead on Deadshot (Michael Rowe), Team Arrow hightails it to Russia to help out. "Diggle will go very, very far to get Deadshot," Ramsey tells TVGuide.com. "You're going to see him come face-to-face with making a choice as to what kind of man he's going to be when it comes to Deadshot."
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Diggle has been the moral compass for Oliver (Stephen Amell), applauding his friend for finally deciding to apprehend his enemies instead of killing them. But Diggle's quest for Deadshot might blind him from that mantra. "He was...
Roy Harper — and DC Comics fans — finally got their wish last week on Arrow when the emerald archer enlisted young Roy (Colton Haynes) to be part of the Scooby Gang.
In the comics, Roy Harper serves as Oliver Queen's (Stephen Amell) sidekick Speedy before becoming the Red Arrow. The CW series even gave a nod to that when Arrow told Roy to use the red arrow as a means to contact him, which should indicate a lengthy partnership ahead.
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Toy Story of Terror
It's Scream with playthings. A scream and a hoot, to be precise. And the first real event of the Halloween season, deserving to become an annual family tradition right up there with It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown — which ABC is holding until Halloween night itself. Disney Pixar's first made-for-TV special, ABC's Toy Story of TERROR! (Wednesday, 8/7c), is a delightful half-hour vignette of gags, action and self-empowerment, couching its never-give-up message in terrific non-stop entertainment. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are back as Woody and Buzz, along with such other iconic fan faves as Don Rickles' Mr. Potato Head and Wallace Shawn's anxious dinosaur Rex, but the focus is on cowgirl Jessie (Joan Cusack), who has to face her abandonment issues and fear of being boxed up alone when one by one, her pals keep disappearing from a shady roadside motel where their owner Bonnie (and her mom) are staying overnight.
David Ramsey, Stephen Amell
When Arrow returns on Wednesday (8/7c on The CW), it will do so without its hero. In the wake of the Undertaking — in which an earthquake machine leveled half of The Glades — Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) has retreated to his own sanctuary ... and we're not talking about the Foundry. The emerald archer has ditched his hood for the safety of Lian Yu, the island where Oliver was marooned for five years of his life.
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It won't be long, however, before Oliver is pulled back into the world of Starling City, where his family name is now synonymous with mass murder. Will Oliver be able to be the hero that the ravaged city needs? Who might stand in his way? TVGuide.com caught up with executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrews Kreisberg to get the scoop on Season 2:
Stephen Amell, Colin Donnell
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Arrow's Season 1 finale. Read at your own risk!]
Arrow vs. Dark Archer! The ultimate showdown between Starling City's two "saviors" did not disappoint in Wednesday's Arrow season finale. One of them came out on top, but there was still a major casualty in the finale. Keep reading to find out how a surprising death came to pass:
John Barrowman and Stephen Amell
With the Undertaking drawing near, Oliver is in the worst place he could be to save The Glades: Malcolm Merlyn's captivity.
In Arrow's penultimate episode, Oliver (Stephen Amell) set his sights on Malcolm (John Barrowman), unaware that his former best friend's father is actually the Dark Archer who once defeated him. Now, make that twice. Will Oliver be able to free himself from Merlyn and stop the Dark Archer's evil plans of leveling The Glades? TVGuide.com turned to executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg for an in-depth interview on the finale, including Oliver and Laurel's (Katie Cassidy) future, a new side of Detective Lance (Paul Blackthorne) and a Thea (Willa Holland) moment that may make fanboys happy:
Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards
Oliver's Scooby Gang on Arrow has expanded over Season 1 to include stylish hacker Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards). While many cheered the news that Rickards was being promoted to series regular next year, TVGuide.com's Sadie Gennis couldn't help but roll her eyes in dread. Although Sadie often feels like the minority in her frustration with Felicity, she's finally gotten the nerve to speak out against Starling City's go-to IT girl. Of course, TVGuide.com's resident comic-book expert Natalie Abrams...
Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards and David Ramsey
Arrow fans are in for the ride of their lives as the ultimate showdown between Oliver (Stephen Amell) and the Dark Archer (John Barrowman), as well as the unveiling of the Undertaking, grows closer. Will Oliver be able to save Starling City? Will his identity be revealed? There are many questions before the series returns Wednesday (8/7 on The CW), which is why TVGuide.com sat down with both Amell and Emily Bett Rickards, who portrays go-to IT gal Felicity Smoak, to get the scoop on what's in store for the rest of the CW super series' season:
The Count (Seth Gabel) will return on Wednesday's episode of Arrow, and TVGuide.com has the exclusive first look.
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The last we left The Count, Oliver (Stephen Amell) had dosed him with enough Vertigo to kill a rhino, and yet, The Count still lives. In fact, he'll soon escape the mental institution! His freedom will coincide with more Vertigo-related violence in the city, sending Oliver and Diggle (David Ramsey) on the hunt to track him down. Check out the first-look photo below: