Captain Jack is sticking around!
John Barrowman has been promoted to series regular for Arrow's upcoming third season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The Doctor Who and Torchwood alum...
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Well, that didn't take long!
Now that The CW has officially ordered The Flash to series, TVGuide.com can exclusively reveal that the first Arrow-Flash crossover will occur much sooner than fans might've expected: Stephen Amell, who plays Arrow's emerald archer Oliver Queen, appears in The Flash pilot!
The Arrow spin-off stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, a scientist who's gifted with the power of super-speed in the aftermath of a freak accident that transforms him into the Fastest Man Alive. Given that Barry originated on Arrow, it seems only fitting for Oliver to return the favor, but there's a twist:
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The CW has unveiled its new fall schedule, which finds The Originals on the move.
The Vampire Diaries spin-off will...
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...
Oh Arrow-heads, you are in for a treat! Tonight's season finale (8/7c, The CW) features a moment too good to wait for, so we are proud to present to you an exclusive first look at a scene that fans of Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) are gonna freak out over. Has Ollie (Stephen Amell) finally completed the hoodie-sporting hottie's Jedi training? Click below for the good stuff, then go all sorts of crazy in the comments section to discuss the repercussions and possibilities of what our hero hands to his young apprentice.
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...
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I'm still processing that Castle cliff-hanger. Who ran Castle's car off the road? — Linda
Although there are a number of possibilities (3XK comes to mind, for example), it sounds like at least one person isn't involved: the recently arrested Sen. William Bracken. "I think that aspect of the mythology is closed now," creator Andrew W. Marlowe says. "Beckett knows who killed her mother. If there's further storytelling there, I think we're going to be breaking new ground." And for those fans miffed that we didn't get to see Castle and Beckett's wedding, look on the bright side: The show will have a fresh budget to work with in Season 7! "That's right," Marlowe says with a laugh. "We were running on fumes, financially, at the end of this year." When can we expect our diamond-encrusted invite?
I'm confused about The Blacklist. Did the burn scars on Red's back mean that he's Liz's father? — Evan
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...
It's official: Marc Guggenheim deserves a vacation. In the past few years, he's not only been executive producing and writing The CW's Arrow, he's also been penning screenplays (Green Lantern, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters and Perry Mason for Robert Downey Jr.), and agreeing to take over the X-Men comic at Marvel. Oh, and he just published his first novel, a political legal thriller called Overwatch. Who needs sleep, right?
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Question: I heard that Fox canceled its freshmen sitcoms Dads, Enlisted and Surviving Jack! While I never watched and didn't care for Dads, I did watch (and loved!) both Enlisted and Surviving Jack. What puzzles me about the cancellations of all of these shows were that their ratings performed with the same numbers that Fox's other sitcoms New Girl, The Mindy Project and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, yet those shows all got renewed for another season! Why is it that The Powers That Be at Fox would cancel three shows that had the same low (or modest) ratings as the other three shows that got picked up for another year? It doesn't really make sense with me! - Chris