New Arrow trailer reveals more Slade Wilson, Battlestar Galactica's James Callis and Roy Harper!
While Syfy had a great Monday thanks to Being Human, Spartacus continued to struggle on Starz and Clone Wars hit a season high for Cartoon Network.
The team behind The CW’s Arrow is making a subtle play for some of Fringe’s leftover fan base this week, with the addition of Seth Gabel as new enemy The Count.
The sci-fi wave continues over at The CW. Next up? The Tomorrow People, an X-Men and Alphas-esque series focusing on teens with special powers, produced by Arrow mastermind Greg Berlanti.
If you're missing Fringe, you can get a little shot of the show when Seth Gabel joins Arrow this week as The Count, aka Count Vertigo, the latest bad guy from the comics to make an appearance.
Deathstroke's come out of hiding. We have a sneak peek at Arrow's island muscle, unmasked!
After several memorable seasons on Fox’s Fringe, Seth Gabel is already a known commodity to sci-fi fans. But he’ll be trading in his FBI badge for a drug empire when he shows up in Starling City on The CW’s Arrow.
Arrow's moving in on Doctor Who's turf. Following John Barrowman, they've cast another star from the iconic series.
For months, Arrow stars and producers have been teasing The Count. He's a new villain that makes his debut later this month. The character will be played by Fringe alum Seth Gabel (Agent Lincoln Lee) and we've got the first look at him in action.
Oliver Queen has a hard time making friends. Aside from Diggle, no one really knows about his double life. Well, there is one other person, but they're no longer on the show. Or are they? Arrow producer Greg Berlanti confirmed the return of an ally-turned-nemisis.