Since the first season of 'Arrow' introduced 'Teen Wolf' star Colton Haynes as DC hero Roy Harper, fans have wondered when the CW drama would finally take the plunge and elevate another character to his comic destiny. As 'Arrow' heads into its midseason 2 finale with tomorrow's "Three Ghosts" however, has the time finally come? Find out in the first sneak peek from the hour!
After the big buzz of Barry Allen's 'Arrow' arrival in last week's "The Scientist," this week's midseason finale will shift the focus back to Oliver Queen as he fights for his life from his battle with the Acolyte, while confronting "Three Ghosts" from his island past. The first photos from 'Arrow''s second midseason finale have arrived, but what has Oliver so gravely concerned, we wonder?
Wednesday night's all-new 'Arrow' installment, "The Scientist," kicked off the first of a two-part finale to bring the second season to its midway point and Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) into Oliver Queen's vigilante world. The arc will conclude with next week's "Three Ghosts," and the extended midseason trailer for the finale has hit with a heaping helping of spoilers!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its eighth episode of the year with “The Scientist,” as Oliver reluctantly enlists the aid of Central City forensic scientist Barry Allen ('Glee' star Grant Gustin) to investigate a super-powered heist with ties to his past, while Moira finds herself confronted by an old enemy..
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “State V. Queen” saw Count Vertigo (‘Fringe”s Seth Gabel) complicating Oliver’s attendance at his mother’s trial, while Moira struggled to keep a dark secret from emerging, so what does the eighth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics, or will Barry Allen beat him to it?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s lighting-quick eighth episode, “The Scientist!”
The 'Arrow' universe has been especially abuzz with the imminent arrival of Grant Gustin's Barry Allen in tomorrow's "The Scientist," making The CW extra generous with its promotional goodies. Yet another clip of Barry Allen's flashy 'Arrow' integration has arrived, along with a few new updates on future DC characters to come!
This Wednesday will see 'Arrow' introduce its toughest sell yet as The CW's DC series brings Barry Allen to Starling City in a flash for "The Scientist," but the scarlet speedster may just be the tip of the iceberg. A new teaser for the series suggests we may be seeing such rumored DC heroes and villains as The Question, Red Hood and more!
The CW's 'Arrow' will soon enter a brave new world of DC tie-ins with this Wednesday's "The Scientist," bringing forensic scientist Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) into the mix to investigate a seemingly superpowered crime spree. To that end, the CW has flashed on an in-depth new preview for the hour, along with news that 'Doctor Who' star Alex Kingston will return as Dinah Lance!
DC's live-action properties have long been faced with far fewer continuity ties than Marvel's cinematic universe, but 'Arrow' fans have remained optimistic that the CW-DC drama could in fact hold a place within the world of 'Man of Steel,' and 'Batman vs. Superman.' Muddy though things have been, producers finally have an answer about the CW's Green Arrow prospects on the big screen.
'Arrow' fans well know that the second season has begun dabbling in more super-powered DC lore, introducing Grant Gustin's Barry Allen on December 4, as well as multiple interweaving plots teasing the emergence of super-strength, and the supernatural altogether. With that in mind, has the latest press release confirmed the appearance of undead DC-heavy Solomon Grundy?
Last night's all-new 'Arrow' installment, "State V. Queen," introduced some shocking twists and returned a few familiar faces along the way, but will the CW-DC drama keep the same momentum on December 4 when Grant Gustin's Barry Allen flashes into town? See the future scarlet speedster in the first trailer for 'Flash' spinoff setup "The Scientist" right now!