With only two episodes remaining in its inaugural season, The CW's 'Arrow' will pull out all the stops for its final two hours, beginning with Wednesday's all-new installment "Darkness On the Edge of Town." The latest clip from the season's penultimate episode has the Dark Archer Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) already raising hell and destruction, so preview the end of 'Arrow's first season inside!
'Arrow's inaugural season has been building toward a strong finish, one that takes us through the past and present to reveal this Wednesday's antepenultimate installment "The Undertaking," but it's the May 15 episode "Sacrifice" that has our curiosity piqued. The CW has released several new photos from the finale, and Oliver Queen looks to be in dire straights as another member of his circle has learned the vigilante's secret identity! Find out who takes off the hood for 'Arrow's season finale inside!
While The CW was busy handing out its second round of renewals today, 'Arrow's future has long been secured as three episodes remain in the first season. Next Wednesday's "The Undertaking" will send us into the past to uncover Malcolm Merlyn's plot, but the season's penultimate episode "Darkness on the Edge of Town" will see the villain finally facing off with Oliver Queen once more! Get a sneak peek of 'Arrow's penultimate season 1 episode with new photos inside!
Excited as fans are to have former 'Doctor Who' stars David Tennant and Billie Piper reprising their fan-favorite roles for the series' upcoming 50th anniversary special, there can be no exaggerating the disappointment that John Barrowman's 'Torchwood' character Jack Harkness won't return as well. The actor has offered new clarification why Captain Jack won't reunite with The Doctor anytime soon, but do we believe him?
As 'Doctor Who' prepares to pull the curtain on the second half of its final season this Satruday with "The Bells of St. John," preparations for the mysterious 50th anniverary special have already begun. We've heard rumors every which way surrounding past Doctors and guest stars resurfacing for the milestone event, but has former 'Torchwood' and current 'Arrow' star John Barrowman rescinded his involvement? Find out the latest rumors on 'Doctor Who's big anniversary special inside!
Along with introducing The CW superhero series incarnation of The Huntress (Jessica De Gouw), last night's all-new 'Arrow' episode "Muse of Fire" finally answered the season-long mystery of 'Torchwood' star John Barrowman's mysterious character, the previously described "well-dressed man. Or did it? 'Arrow's' first season still carries plenty of lingering mysteries in episodes to come, so is there more to Barrowman's character than we can imagine? Might he be the greatest threat yet to Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) yet? New spoilers await inside!
We were relieved to see that The CW's Green Arrow adaptation 'Arrow' did so well critically and commercially (it was the network's most-watched debut in years), so that the show didn't get a bad wrap or written off as a 'Smallville' clone. Still the series has quite a bit of work ahead of it despite the good will created by the pilot, particularly in introducing new characters down the line. One character we're interested to meet is that of 'Torchwood' star John Barrowman's mysterious billionaire, so what's the latest intel?
It was either that, or "The CW Puts The 'Arrow' In John Barrowman," and we feel we made the right call. In any case, it's a glorious day for fans of 'Torchwood' star John Barrowman as the British/American actor has lined his quiver for a recurring role on The CW's new superhero effort 'Arrow.' The former Captain Jack Harness will appear in a number of episodes following the show's October 10 review, but who will the dashing star be playing against Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen?
Boy, you just can't keep a good time-traveler down.
The future of UK cult hit and American transplant 'Torchwood' remains somewhat in doubt given the meager performance of 'Torchwood: Miracle Day' in its inaugural USA run on stars, but that doesn't mean Captain Jack Harkness, er, John Barrowman is starved for work. The seemingly immortal actor has picked up a leading role in ABC's period pilot 'Gilded Lilys' according to TV Guide.