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Can you tell me anything about The Blacklist's big post-Super Bowl episode? — Darren
Now that the Berlin story line is wrapped up, the Super Bowl episode will be more of a stand-alone event. But it's shaping up to be an explosion-heavy spectacle — one that kicks off with Red being kidnapped! His abduction, however, could be part of a plan to stay close to the episode's villain (played by Ron Perlman). In fact, Red has a few tricks up his sleeve, one of which will seriously scare Liz.
I can't wait for Maleficent to get back to Storybrooke! Got any scoop for her arc on Once Upon a Time this season? — Annie
You're not the only one! ...
David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Katie Cassidy,Stephen Amell
Arrow may have left off on a happy note, but that won't last very long!
Can Arrow's consummate hero have it all?
The third season of The CW series will dare to answer that question when Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) attempts to have his cake and eat it too — in this case, that means being a superhero that the residents of Starling City actually respect while also trying to have a personal life. It's harder than it sounds — something that Ollie will learn fairly quickly into the season.
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Emily Bett Rickards, Stephen Amell
If Arrow's Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) started off the series as a vigilante, he's now evolved into the full-fledged hero he was destined to become. Oliver completed his transition during Wednesday's season finale, and surprisingly, it was thanks to his nemesis Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett).
With the battle raging in Starling City...
After vowing not to kill in his quest to be a hero, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) will face quite the conundrum in Arrow's season finale (Wednesday, 8/7c, The CW) as his season-long cat and mouse game with Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) finally comes to a head.
"Our pitch for the season was that we wanted Oliver to...
Remember when Slade (Manu Bennett) told Oliver (Stephen Amell) that one more life needed to be taken before effectively destroying the Arrow's life? Well, that life may be Laurel's (Katie Cassidy).
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During Arrow's season finale Wednesday (8/7c, The CW), Oliver...
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With Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) determined to ruin Oliver Queen's (Stephen Amell) life, the last thing Arrow's billionaire playboy-turned-vigilante needs is more people learning the truth about his extra-curricular activities. Unfortunately, that's exactly what Slade had in mind when he showed up at Laurel's (Katie Cassidy) door to tell Ollie's former love the truth about the emerald archer. But that doesn't mean Laurel will believe Slade.
Arrow: More people will learn Oliver's secret identity!
Naturally, the inquisitive ADA will set out to uncover the truth for herself in Wednesday's episode (8/7c, The CW), which finds her slowly putting the puzzle pieces together in more ways than one. The truth...
Emily Bett Rickards, Stephen Amell and David Ramsey
The Foundry is getting pretty full these days.
Now that Roy (Colton Haynes) and Sara (Caity Lotz) have joined Team Arrow, Oliver's (Stephen Amell) secret identity is really not so secret anymore, and soon even more characters will find out the truth.
Arrow Scoop: Which Flash characters are heading to Starling City?
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of Arrow. Read at your own risk!]
So that's what Sara Lance has been doing for all these years!
Once rescued by the League of Assassins, Sara (Caity Lotz) found love in the arms of Ra's al Ghul's daughter Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law), who came to Starling City during Wednesday's episode of Arrow to bring Sara back to the League — and to...
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.