Stephen Amell and Jessica De Gouw
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:
Chandra Wilson, Daniel Dae Kim, Nina Dobrev
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I'm so excited about Ben and Bailey's wedding on Grey's Anatomy! Do you have any details? — Nora
NATALIE: Let's just say getting Bailey actually down the aisle will be a miracle! "It's almost like pulling a tugboat to get her to cooperate, but the thing is happening with or without her, and she's got to get on board with the program at some point," Chandra Wilson says. "Bailey can be distracted very easily, and she's already been married and done it in what she thought was the right way and it failed, so there's a lot of fear going into it again." Look for her to get a kick in the butt from both Cristina and Callie.
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ADAM: It seems our friend Chin Ho might be ready to move on after Malia's death....
Jay Ryan, Kristin Kreuk
Freshman drama Beauty and the Beast has been given a full-season pickup, The CW announced Friday.
This week, the show, which stars Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan, jumped 9 percent in total viewers. For the season, it's averaging an audience of 2.4 million and a 0.9 rating among adults 18 to 34, according to the network.
Nikita's Amanda is dusting off her torture skills.
On Friday's episode (9/8c, The CW), when Amanda (Melinda Clarke) returns to bust Owen (Devon Sawa) out of a Russian prison, fans will learn more about their shared past. "She very specifically targets Owen. He had a life before Division, but when he came to Division, Amanda got her hands on him," Clarke tells TVGuide.com. "The torture machine that Amanda tried on Birkhoff last year — that was not the first time she's used it. So, Amanda has definitely been an integral part in who Owen is today."
David Ramsey and Stephen Amell
You guys love Arrow — and it shows!
The CW drama — which was just named the winner of TVGuide.com's Fall TV Popularity Contest — surged 30 percent Wednesday to 3.7 million viewers and a 1.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, matching its best numbers since the premiere...
Dean and Sam track down a lead in Kearney, Mo., where grudges are serious business; their pal Garth turns out to be the new Bobby; and Sam and Dean have the opportunity to do some venting...with their fists.
Wow, I thought the title of this episode was "Southern Comfort." There wasn't much comfort going on at all. Well, Garth did his best, but by the end of the hour, I needed a shot of Southern Comfort to calm my nerves.