The CW’s ‘Arrow’ may be up and running after a duel with Ra’s al Ghul, but Starling City is still in need of an “Uprising” to escape the clutches of is latest maniacal DC villain. Watch Arsenal and Black Canary lead the charge (with some familiar faces) in the full photo set from next week’s epic conclusion, and get early intel on what brings Slade Wilson back into the fold with the latest ‘Arrow’ updates!
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‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its 11th installment of the year with “Midnight City,” as the team reluctantly accepts Laurel's help as Black Canary in bringing down Brick (Vinnie Jones), while Malcolm urges Thea to flee town with him for fear of Ra's al Ghul.
The DC cinematic universe has been abuzz with plenty of ‘Suicide Squad’ developments of late, but the CW’s ‘Arrow’ will beat its silver-screen brethren to the punch once more with another appearance of the deadly team in season 3. Find out what brings “Suicidal Tendencies” to ‘Arrow’ in upcoming episodes, and what DC villains will make up the new roster!
This past week’s ‘Arrow’ 2015 premiere “Left Behind” dropped a major surprise in its last few minutes, but also speedy was Laurel’s assumption of the Black Canary mantle, costume and all. That rush to justice might cost her however, as photos and clips from next week’s all-new ‘Arrow’ installment “Midnight City” show all is not well in Starling just yet.
‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its tenth installment of the year with 2015 premiere “Left Behind,” as the team comes to grips with news of Oliver’s fate, Ray Palmer and Laurel suit up, and DC villain Brick (Vinnie Jones) begins an assault on the Glades.
The CW’s ‘Arrow’ pulled no punches with surprising revelations in recent days, renewing the DC drama for a fourth season and potentially setting up yet another spinoff. As if that weren’t exciting enough, preview the gang’s “Left Behind” return in new photos from the 2015 premiere, as Ray Palmer takes wearable tech to a new level, and Diggle goes up against a Brick!
It’s a fine day to air on The CW, as the network’s TCA press tour panel brings some seriously good news. Not only will ‘Arrow’ return for season 4 along with ‘The Flash’ season 2, but so too will ‘Supernatural’ live to hunt another day, ‘Jane the Virgin’ keep up the search for love, ‘The Vampire Diaries’ continue…writing…diaries about vampires, and…you know what? They renewed a lot of shows. That’s what happened.
We’ve had a few weeks to sit on ‘Arrow’'s midseason finale cliffhanger “The Climb,” and while we won’t know the full outcome of Oliver’s duel with Ra’s al Ghul until the latter half of January 2015, Starling City won’t be slacking in the meantime. Get a look at ‘Arrow’'s 2015 return, with the first full synopsis for the DC drama’s 2015 return, “Left Behind!”
‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its ninth installment of the year with midseason finale “The Climb,” as Oliver faces off with Ra's al Ghul over the identity of Sara's killer, while Laurel is forced to confront her family with the truth, and Felicity discovers the scope of Ray Palmer's plans for Starling City.
'Arrow' and 'The Flash' got their epic crossover out of the way just in time to confront their biggest bads in next week's midseason finales, as Barry goes up against "The Man in the Yellow Suit," and Oliver makes "The Climb" to confront Ra's al Ghul. Now, The CW has released full-length trailers for both finales, expanding 'The Flash' finale's runtime as well!