‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its third installment of the year with "Corto Maltese,” as Oliver travels to the titular country in search of Thea, Felicity settles into her her new job, and Laurel trades blows with boxer Ted "Wildcat" Grant (J.R. Ramirez).
'Arrow' season 3 has played host to a wealth of DC comics additions in only its first few weeks, with plenty more on the way, so why not keep adding to the list? Fresh off supervillainous turns in 'The Cape' and 'X-Men' universes, Vinnie Jones will take up his next comic baddie role in 'Arrow' season 3 as DC villain "Brick."
‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its second installment of the year with season premiere followup “Sara,” as the team grapples with Sara's death, and Roy is forced to reveal Thea's whereabouts, while in flashback Oliver acclimates to his new Hong Kong surroundings, and has a chance encounter with Tommy (Colin Donnell).
And lo, 'Arrow' season 3 has finally premiered with last night's action-packed "The Calm," beginning a new day in Starling City that came with the cost of a fan-favorite character. Now, producers explain their motivations behind the shocking death for the season to come, while an intriguing new detail has emerged on recent rumors that Liam Neeson might return to the role of Ra's al Ghul.
‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its first installment of the year with season premiere “The Calm,” as Oliver's increased acclaim in Starling City is threatened by a new Vertigo (Peter Stormare), while Queen Consolidated falls to billionaire Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), and Oliver remembers his time in Hong Kong.
The CW’s ‘Arrow‘ will return for its third season this week, joined by its new spinoff super-series 'The Flash,' and cementing DC's reign over superhero TV for the foreseeable future. The vigilante archer drama closed out its second season on an exceptional high, but what does season 3 hold in its quiver? Get ready for 'Arrow''s season 3 return with our comprehensive guide to everything we know about the new episodes, including new characters, crossovers, conflicts and more!
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'Arrow' season 3 has made much of the new day in Starling City to come with Wednesday's "The Calm," but for as much of a bright future Oliver Queen has on the horizon, darkness always finds a way to creep back in. Enter our second clip from 'Arrow''s season 3 premiere, as Oliver takes on the "new" Count Vertigo (Peter Stormare), and winds up fighting a much deadlier enemy: himself.
A few superhero series premieres have come and gone in recent weeks, though we haven't felt nearly as excited by them as for the 'Arrow' season 3 premiere next Wednesday, as a renewed Oliver faces "The Calm" before an inevitable storm. Our first full clip from next week's premiere has arrived in the meantime, and Olicity goodness is well in the air amid some thrilling vigilante heroics.
In just one week, 'The Flash' will make his speedy CW debut with October 7 series premiere "City of Heroes" (yes, just like the 'Arrow' episode). We've seen a few bits and pieces of the pilot here and there, but there's something ghostly familiar about our first full clip from the new superhero series...