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So, how will NCIS actually write Ziva's exit from the show? — Samantha
ADAM: Given that Ziva was one of three agents who resigned to protect Gibbs, it actually won't be that far-fetched. The season will open with a two-parter that features Colin Hanks returning to threaten Gibbs, prompting a team reunion. "Ziva is out in the ether and Tony has to go off and find her," executive producer Gary Glasbgerg says. "The second episode is really all about Tony and Ziva, and, I hope, delivers all the things the Tiva fans are going to want." Adds Michael Weatherly: "The will they/won't they is answered. Tony's going to be forced to face this Sword of Damocles that's been hanging over him since Season 3." That's Greek for "they're totally gonna do it," right? ...
Arrow, The Flash
The CW is one step closer to bringing together the Justice League!
The network is developing Flash, a spin-off of Arrow which will feature speedy superhero Barry Allen. The character will be introduced in a backdoor pilot on Arrow during Season 2 before potentially spinning off into his own series.
Arrow: Kevin Alejandro, Michael Jai White join cast for Season 2
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John Barrowman, Stephen Amell
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...
Couldn't make it to the Arrow panel at Comic-Con today? Then feast your eyes on this exclusive sizzle reel that opened up the panel just an hour ago. Featuring footage from last season and brand new scenes from the upcoming second season, the three-minute clip sent the crowd within the San Diego Convention Center's packed Ballroom 20 into a frenzy and blasted out a ton of teases about what's coming up. Like Ollie's new lair and moniker. And Summer Glau's villainous turn. And...wait. Was that Black Canary at the very end?!
TV Guide Magazine Fan Favorites
Comic-Con's biggest stars were out for the third annual TV Guide Magazine Fan Favorites panel, with president and editor-in-chief Debra Birnbaum welcoming some the hottest names in TV, including Blair Underwood (Ironside), Henry Ian Cusick (The 100), Emily Bett Rickards (Arrow), Giancarlo Esposito (Revolution), Kristin Bauer (True Blood)...
Katie Cassidy, Caity Lotz
Arrow fans were thrown for a loop Thursday night after reports surfaced that The CW series had cast the Black Canary.
The Pact's Caity Lotz has, in fact, been tapped for a recurring role on Arrow's second season, but she won't be playing Dinah Drake, TVGuide.com can exclusively reveal.
From the Dark Archer and China White to The Count and Deathstroke, Arrow has no shortage of DC Comics characters to introduce in Starling City, which is why TVGuide.com turned to the fans to find out which characters they'd like to see on The CW's super series.
Photo Gallery: 13 DC Comics characters we want to see — and who should play them!
Most of your picks were the obvious choices, like...
Warner Bros. is going super with their official Comic-Con gear this year. When fans arrive at the annual San Diego convention, they will be distributed one of several different official Comic-Con bags — each with its own detachable cape!
After only one season, Arrow has solidified its place in geekdom by bringing in familiar genre faces in a variety of roles tied to the DC Comics mythos.
From Torchwood's John Barrowman and X-Men's Kelly Hu to Spartacus' Manu Bennett, Fringe's Seth Gabel and Doctor Who's Alex Kingston, Arrow has seemingly proven its ability to snag the best stars from the genre universe for roles like...
Summer Glau is on Oliver Queen's list!
Continuing with Arrow's penchant for welcoming geektastic familiar faces, the show has tapped Glau in a recurring role for Season 2, TVGuide.com has learned.
Arrow's second season to feature two villains
The 31-year-old actress will play...