When it comes to sci-fi alumni, Arrow is the place to be. The CW hit has added another guest star to its growing roster. What would be better than a visit from Captain Jack Harkness? How about one from Commander John Crichton?
A new villain's being unleashed on Starling City. Arrow has added another name to Oliver's never ending list. So who's the latest Big Bad to be plucked from the DC Universe?
In the lead-up to Halloween horror shows continued to rule the cable airwaves. The Walking Dead and American Horror Story had dominating nights once again, while on broadcast the usual suspects (The Big Bang Theory and Once Upon A Time) put up more strong numbers.
The CW's Arrow is about to meet his match. Jessica De Gouw's heading to Starling City, and she's bringing the Huntress with her. But don't expect her debut to include a bright purple bikini. We've got the first look at her revamped costume. .
While talking with Nerd Nation, popular comic writer, Marc Andreyko, may have let a rather large piece of news slip concerning a certain major figure in DC comics making an appearance very soon on the CW's show, Arrow.
Yes, yes. We know what you thought we meant, but we're actually talking about the latest super-villain to grace the small screen on the CW's new DC series, Arrow.
The CW has scored a ratings and critical hit with the dark hero drama Arrow, and fans got a potentially game-changing shock in last week's episode. Oliver Queen's (Stephen Amell) secret is out, and according to executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, it's going to change everything. Spoilers ahead!
The CW's released new images from their hit drama, Arrow. They come from the upcoming episode, "Legacies," which features The Royal Flush Gang, a group of criminals who have a knack for theft and violence.
Last week, the big story was The Walking Dead's stellar season two debut. This week, American Horror Story returned for its own record-breaking performance. Meanwhile Arrow stayed strong, Big Bang Theory kept dominating Thursday nights, and Last Resort and 666 Park Avenue both continued to struggle.
Alphas signs off for its second season with a little help from Summer Glau, The Munsters is reborn as Mockingbird Lane, and DC's Deadbolt arrives to challenge Arrow.