A few weeks ago, The CW's proposed 'Arrow' spinoff series 'The Flash' gave us a quick peek at Grant Gustin suited up as the fastest man alive, though we really only saw the costume from the neck up. Now the network has released a full shot of Barry Allen's new duds, and he looks ready to bolt!
The 'Arrow' incarnation of DC fan-favorites the "Suicide Squad" will hit the CW on Wednesday March 19 (possibly even with a special guest), and even though we've seen the lineup, this team of villains is best observed in action. Take a look at the "Suicide Squad" in the full complement of photos and sneak peeks from the next all-new 'Arrow'!
'Arrow' season 2 has already established that we'll be meeting the "Suicide Squad" in the coming weeks, the line-up of which has already emerged in recent photos, but the promo for the episode that followed last night's epic "The Promise" appeared to tease one major member of the team we've not yet seen. Could Harley Quinn make a stealth 'Arrow' appearance in the near future? Find out what producers have to say!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its fifteenth episode of the year with “The Promise,” as Oliver learns the truth about Slade Wilson ('Spartacus' star Manu Bennett)'s survival, remembering how their feud began with the seizure of Dr. Ivo's freighter in the past.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ installment “Time of Death” saw Felicity struggling to find her place when Oliver and Sara went up against DC villain The Clock King ('Heroes' Robert Knepper), while Laurel's family reunion continued her downward spiral, and Oliver was confronted by a face from the past., so what does the fifteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Does Oliver's rivalry with Slade lay out the conflicts to come in the final episodes of the season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 15, “The Promise!”
This week has seen some major additions to the superhero TV landscape, including new a new Batman and Catwoman for FOX's 'Gotham,' and whatever 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' has been cooking up, but once again, the CW's 'Arrow' goes in for the kill. Check out a fully-realized Deathstroke, the Suicide Squad in action, and the Huntress' return in a new three-minute trailer for the final 'Arrow' installments of the season!
This past week's 'Arrow' installment "Time of Death" dropped a major bombshell on Oliver in its final minutes (or earlier, if you looked at the spoilerific photos that came out beforehand), but next week's "The Promise" may prove to be the most explosive installment yet. Deathstrokes past and present are on the rampage in the full set of photos from next week's landmark episode, but just how big do the fireworks get?
A great many castings of The CW's forthcoming 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash,' has emerged, though we haven't yet got a pulse on the Scarlet Speedster's decidedly sci-fi new series. That all changes today, with our first look at former 'Glee' star Grant Gustin suited up in the 'Flash' costume, mask and all! Are you ready to meet the new Barry Allen?
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its fourteenth episode of the year with “Time of Death,” as Felicity struggles to find her place when Oliver and Sara go up against DC villain The Clock King ('Heroes' Robert Knepper), while Laurel's family reunion continues a downward spiral, and Oliver is confronted by a face from the past.
Previous ‘Arrow’ installment “Heir to the Demon” saw Nyssa al Ghul ('Spartacus' star Katrina Law) arriving in Starling City to reclaim Sara by threatening her family, while Oliver learned yet another deadly secret about his mother's past, so what does the fourteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Does Oliver's latest DC foe join the ranks of forgettable one-offs, or bring about an even bigger bad?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 14, “Time of Death!”
A few weeks ago, The CW surprised us all with early guaranteed renewals for our personal favorites 'Arrow' and 'Supernatural,' as well as 'The Vampire Diaries' and freshman offerings 'The Originals' and 'Reign.' Not all of the network's series have been guaranteed additional seasons, but we at least have exact dates for their impending finales!
After several weeks of waiting, The CW's 'Arrow' will make a timely return with this week's all-new DC-centric installment "Time of Death," which pits Oliver Queen against the villainous Clock King ('Heroes' vet Robert Knepper). Two fresh sneak peeks of the new episode have arrived, showing the DC villain in action, but why is poor Felicity the one taking the heat?