The CW's Arrow continues to cast sci-fi favorites. They've grabbed Torchwood's John Barrowman, Fringe's Seth Gabel and Farscape's Ben Browder, just to name a few. Their latest get comes from the always popular Battlestar Galactica.
Seth Gabel's a long way from Fringe. Agent Lincoln Lee has left the building. He's got some business to take care of in Starling City. The actor will appear in a villainous role on an upcoming episode of Arrow.
The CW's gritty superhero series Arrow got some major sci-fi clout with the addition of Torchwood star John Barrowman (aka Captain Jack Harkness) in a supporting role. But now, Barrowman's having so much fun he wants to do even more.
The holidays are right around the corner, and many of our shows are leaving us until next year, but there are still quite a few programs to discuss. The Big Bang Theory continues to rule Thursday nights, while Arrow seems to be battling a bit of a holiday slump.
Here's a little Christmas present from Syfy! It's the network's 20th anniversary, so what better than a Syfy 20th Anniversary Special with a flock of Syfy stars to talk about the past, present and future of the channel. And there's a slew of midseason finales as Arrow, The Vampire Dairies and Beauty & The Beast sign off for the holidays.
Oliver Queen's not the only archer in town. Arrow's bringing a female adversary/ally from the comics, who shares a past with the hero. Her intentions are vague, but her name is clear—Shado.
Oliver Queen is about to face his toughest adversary yet, and The CW has revealed a few new Arrow pics showing off the mysterious new big bad. Hmm ... that costume looks pretty similar, doesn't it?
Arrow is about to get some more help. Some new promo shots from an upcoming episode of The CW's Arrow have been released, showing fellow DC hero Huntress (Jessica De Gouw) kicking some butt with Starling City's main masked protector.
Just when we thought we couldn't love Arrow any more, they go and pull a stunt like this. The action drama's already cast Torchwood, Stargate SG-1 and Farscape stars—and now it's moving on to Fringe!
The CW's wasted no time capitalizing on DC Comics' catalogue. Several characters have already appeared on Arrow, and there are more to come. Here's a sneak peek at Oliver Queen and his latest target—Huntress.