The women of Arrow will take center stage on Wednesday (8/7c, The CW) when The Huntress returns to Starling City to settle a serious score against daddy dearest.
When Frank Bertinelli (Jeffrey Nordling) finally gets pinched after a year on the run, Helena (Jessica de Gouw) will return in hopes of getting vengeance on her father. But this isn't The Huntress that Oliver (Stephen Amell) remembers.
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Arrow will feature a geek-tastic showdown between fellow Birds of Prey team members when The Huntress (Jessica de Gouw) returns to town during Wednesday's episode (8/7c, The CW).
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When Helena Bertinelli's hunt for her father (Jeffrey Nordling) leads her back to Starling, she'll end up...
The Huntress is returning to Starling City!
Dracula's Jessica de Gouw will reprise her role as the DC Comics vigilante on an upcoming episode of Arrow aptly titled "Birds of Prey," TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Arrow's endgame may involve Oliver ending up with Laurel, but that doesn't mean he can't find a little loving before then.
In fact, Oliver (Stephen Amell) may find what he's looking for in Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw), the daughter of a mob boss (Jeffrey Nordling) who seeks to avenge her family's murder. But sparring with The Huntress is on the lower end of Oliver's list of priorities, which includes dealing withVertigo (Fringe's Seth Gabel), who was rumored to be Season 1's big bad.
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However, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg insists that someone else is actually the big villain of Season 1. Could that have anything to with the fact that the identity of John Barrowman's character will be revealed in Wednesday's episode (8/7c, CW)? Check out what Kreisberg has to say below: