‘Arrow’ season 3 lets loose its 12th installment of the year with “Uprising,” as Malcolm Merlyn partners with the remaining team for a final assault on Brick (Vinnie Jones), and Oliver makes his grand return to Starling City.
‘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.
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.
Less than a week will see ‘The Flash’ racing back to The CW for “Revenge of the Rogues,” while Team ‘Arrow’ gets tragically “Left Behind” in the wake of Oliver’s duel with Ra’s al Ghul. We’ve had plenty of casting and trailers to tide us over, but check out extended looks at the chaos in Starling and Central City with two new trailers for our beloved CW superheroes!
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!
‘The Flash’ was more than happy to share secrets of his 2015 return recently, but ‘Arrow’ teasers following midseason 3 finale “The Climb” have been much more secretive on Oliver Queen’s future. No longer, as the latest trailer for the Emerald Archer’s 2015 return brings the rise of a Canary, the birth of an A.T.O.M., and even a Brick for good measure! Plus…could a certain pit lie in Oliver Queen’s future?
'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."
We're still waiting on some kind of official confirmation that the upcoming 'Psych' season 8 will be the show's last, but if nothing else, 'Psych'-os are certainly in for a memorable run. UK and recent 'Elementary' star Vinnie Jones will be a bit of a menace to the new season, along with 'The Wonder Years' star Olivia D'abo and 'New Girl' guest Kali Hawk.
As Sherlock Holmes continues his rise back into pop culture prominence, through everything from a potential threequel to the Guy Ritchie/Robert Downey Jr. movies, and BBC's hotly anticipated third series of 'Sherlock,' we've turned to CBS' own modern adaptation 'Elementary' for our deduction fix. Despite earlier claims to the contrary, it seems 'Elementary' is preparing to introduce Sherlock's greatest nemesis in "M." but is Vinnie Jones really that famed literary antagonist we're all speculating?