The Count has returned to stir up more trouble in Starling City — and this time, his quest for vengeance against Oliver will put Team Arrow in the line of fire.
On Wednesday's episode (8/7c, The CW), viewers will discover that The Count (Seth Gabel) escaped from maximum security prison during the Undertaking and has set his sights on making Oliver (Stephen Amell) pay for using his own drugs against him. "The Count has learned from his past mistakes and he's spent countless days replaying in his mind the last confrontation that they had...
Arrow surprised fans — at least those who hadn't already been spoiled by the head of The CW, no less — with the reveal that the masked Canary taking down the scum in The Glades was actually Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), who was presumed dead after the Queen's Gambit sank all those years ago. But no one was more shocked than Oliver (Stephen Amell), who ended up stranded on an island — and apparently an Amazo freighter — for years because of the same accident.
Arrow's Stephen Amell teases Oliver's quest to get public support
"It was the first time in the present day that Oliver was thrown a curveball that he wasn't expecting," Amell tells TVGuide.com. "He was absolutely positive that...
On Arrow, Starling City isn't really fond of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) right now because of his mother — along with Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) — are why half of The Glades was leveled during the Undertaking. But it's not just Oliver who will seek the public's support as he attempts to rebuild the city: Arrow will also need their help if he wants to be seen as a hero, not the killer vigilante they've come to know. Now that Ollie has sworn to go about being a hero a different way, will the city support the Arrow? TVGuide.com caught up with Amell to get the scoop on that, the true nature of Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau) and the super-powered elephant in the room (Hint: The Flash!):
Homeland star Navid Negahban has landed a guest-starring role on Arrow, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Best known for playing infamous villain Abu Nazir, Negahban will play...
Arrow surprised fans at Saturday's Comic-Con panel with a slew of scoop on the second season and a sneak peek that included a look at what's to come when Oliver (Stephen Amell) once again suits up.
The second season premiere, which will pick up five months after the earthquake, is titled "City of Heroes." "That's really what this season is about," executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said. "It's about Oliver becoming a hero. There's going to be a couple more heroes helping him out this season."
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In the sneak-peek trailer shown before the panel...