‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its seventeenth outing of the series “The Huntress Returns,” as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) reluctantly cooperates with a returning Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw) to track down her father, while Tommy wrestles with Oliver's secret and Thea attempts to get Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) to leave his life of crime with a job at Oliver's club.
Last month’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Dead to Rights” saw Oliver attempting to protect Malcolm Merlyn when a returning Deadshot (Michael Rowe) targeted him for assassination, while Tommy.reluctantly reconnected with his father, and even Laurel learned a shocking secret from her absentee mother (Alex Kingston). So, what does the seventeenth episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first 16 episodes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s latest episode, “The Huntress Returns!”
By the gods! Any 'Arrow' fan well knows that the CW drama series adaptation of DC Comics' Green Arrow has grown by leaps and bounds in its first season, strongly aided by the addition of 'Spartacus: War of the Damned' star Manu Bennett as DC character Slade Wilson. Now, as 'Arrow' prepares its march toward its first season finale with tonight's "The Huntress Returns," Bennett has officially been confirmed for a series regular in season 2. Find out the latest on 'Arrow' season 2 inside!
We certainly hope that The CW's 'Arrow' has a bright (or dark?) future ahead of it, already renewed for a second season and steadily increasing in quality as the first season builds toward its climax with next Wednesday's "The Huntress Returns." Part of the show's ongoing appeal however lies in seeing DC character brought in and adapted for the unique 'Arrow' universe, so what major DC characters do producers hope to introduce in subsequent seasons? Get a glimpse of the future of 'Arrow' inside!
The CW's 'Arrow' will have plenty of leftover conflicts to resolve when Helena Bertinelli (Jessica De Gouw) comes back to Starling City March 20 for "The Huntress Returns," but what of the "Unfinished Business" with The Count ('Fringe's' Seth Gabel) and his "Vertigo," who was last seen being dragged off to a psych ward? 'Arrow's' deadliest threat will soon return, so find out what brings "Vertigo" back into play in an upcoming episode inside!
The CW's 'Arrow' has climbed to dizzying heights on the way to its first season climax, to be continued with March 20 episode "The Huntress Returns," but that hasn't stopped the DC comics-adapted archer drama from making some major improvements for its second run. Following the recent upgrade of Emily Bett Rickards to series regular, 'Arrow' has similarly upgraded guest star Colton Haynes' Roy Harper for season 2! Find out how "Speedy" Haynes' ascension will be for 'Arrow' season 2 inside!
Oliver Queen's secret identity as the 'Arrow' wasn't the only major reveal from the hit CW drama's most recent hour "Dead to Rights,' As Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) dropped a major DC reference in explaining a few of his origins. The reference brought to light a connection with a major DC character typically associated with the Batman universe, but could 'Arrow' be paving the way for a surprise appearance? Find out what major Batman villain could soon appear on 'Arrow' inside!
It's been several weeks since 'Arrow' dropped a bombshell of revealing Oliver's identity as the vigilante to another of his inner circle, but its March 20 premiere episode "The Huntress Returns" and the weeks beyond that will really move the DC Comics-based CW series forward. Not only will plenty of villains old and new show their faces, but 'Arrow' has a few new DC snippets and guest stars yet to be revealed! Get a sneak peek of upcoming episodes as well as new PaleyFest spoilers for 'Arrow' inside!
A few weeks ago 'Arrow' left us on what might have been its best episode to date, as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) unknowingly rescued his mortal enemy from certain death, and inadvertently exposed his secret identity to his closest friend for "Dead to Rights." The stakes will get even higher when "The Huntress Returns" on March 20, but you might not know it from the recent photos. Get an in-depth preview of the newest 'Arrow' inside!
Sadly, we won't be seeing any new 'Arrow' episodes until March 20, but last night's action-packed "Dead to Rights" gave us plenty to chew on until then. Not only did yet another member of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell)'s inner circle learn his big vigilante secret, but several new mysteries were introduced, some of which alluded to ties with major DC comics mythology. The March 20 episode will also feature the long-awaited return of the Huntress (Jessica De Gouw), so get a sneak peek and new insight into last night's episode inside!
‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its sixteenth outing of the series “Dead to Rights,” as Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) attempts to protect Malcolm Merlyn when a returning Deadshot (Michael Rowe) targets him for assassination, while Tommy.reluctantly reconnects with his father, and even Laurel finds her familial bonds in question when her mother unexpectedly reappears.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Dodger” saw Oliver going up against the latest criminal to make his way through Starling City (‘Battlestar Galactica‘s James Callis), while Thea tracked down the troubled young Roy Harper (‘Teen Wolf‘s Colton Haynes) after he stole her purse. So, what does the sixteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first 15 episodes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s latest episode, “Dead to Rights!”
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