Seriously, what just happened. The Dec. 10 midseason finale of ‘Arrow’ left viewers in shock and in tears. Could [SPOILER] really be dead?
Now that’s how you do a cliffhanger. The season three midseason finale of Arrow featured Oliver (Stephen Amell) going head-to-head with Ra’s al Ghul and a major revelation about who killed Sara. However, the final moments of the episode went where only few shows have gone before. Arrow may have just killed off another main character, and it’s a big one.
Ring the alarm! The first pics of ‘Arrow’ star Katie Cassidy as the Black Canary have finally been revealed, and she is beyond fierce and sexy. Check out the pics!
It’s the moment all Arrow fans have been waiting for! Katie Cassidy, as Laurel Lance, will be making her debut as the super-heroine Black Canary on an upcoming episode of the hit CW show, but we’re getting our first tease of Laurel’s metamorphosis into her sexy alter-ego!
Robbie Amell’s abs are coming back to TV! The short-lived ‘Tomorrow People’ was cancelled, but you can never get rid of Robbie — he’s joining ‘Arrow’ spinoff, ‘The Flash’! Read on for details on his hot superhero role.
Some new faces will be joining our friends in Starling City on the March 19 episode of ‘Arrow.’ As Oliver faces off against his ex-friend Slade, Diggle will meet the mysterious Suicide Squad for the first time! Do you think The Hood’s trusty sidekick will go over to the dark side?
Arrow is back after a short break and tonight’s episode promises to be packed with more action and intrigue than ever! Keep reading to see what the March 19 episode of Arrow, titled “Suicide Squad,” has in store for us!
Who needs Christmas when you have Feb. 13? The blow of a crushing winter storm was softened significantly on Thursday, as The CW granted early renewals to several of our favorite shows.
Here’s some vampire news that doesn’t suck: The CW has officially confirmed that our favorite vamps from The Vampire Diaries and The Originals will live to see another season. So, who else got renewed on this glorious day? Click below to find out!
The Jan. 29 episode of ‘Arrow’ will be Colton Haynes’ biggest one yet. Not only will he finally begin his vigilante training with the Arrow; he’ll also start down a ‘volatile’ path that might even take him to the dark side! Check out HollywoodLife.com’s eye-opening chat with the actor below.
Arrow star Colton Haynes has already made his mark on the show as the complex, open-hearted, and occasionally volatile Roy Harper, but now that he’s officially training with the Arrow (Stephen Amell), things are going to get a whole lot more difficult for the newly empowered character. Find out what’s coming up in the Jan. 29 episode “Tremors” — and beyond! — below the jump.
It’s freezing. If you dare to walk outside, you’ll probably break your ankle. So, why leave? Here are five returning shows to keep you warm during these cold winter nights.
On Jan. 2, a storm named Hercules pummeled the Northeast, and he’s not giving up anytime soon. Millions of people are stranded indoors, but fear not — here are five returning shows to binge while you’re stuck indoors.
Klaroline, Olicity or VinCat? We’re down to the year’s top three TV couples!
Shippers, you never cease to amaze us. HollywoodLife.com fully intended to narrow our “Top TV Couples of 2013” down to the final two today, but after counting more than 530,000 votes, we just couldn’t do it. The leading couples from Arrow, The Vampire Diaries and Beauty & The Beast were so neck-and-neck that we decided to include all three in the semifinals.
We asked you to vote for your favorite TV couples of 2013, and you answered loud and clear — from ‘Vampire Diaries’ to ‘Castle’ to ‘Beauty & the Beast’ and more, the final five is a pretty solid group. However, one duo eclipses all the rest when it comes to onscreen chemistry, and that, my friends, is ‘Arrow”s Oliver and Felicity.
HollywoodLife.com‘s search for the hottest TV couple of 2013 is a close race, but it doesn’t have to be. Arrow scene-stealers Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) delivered the best onscreen chemistry of the year, and they haven’t even hooked up — yet. Find out why “Olicity” reigns supreme over Delena, Klaroline, and the rest below!
We asked & you voted: Here are your top five TV couples of 2013! Care to narrow it down even more?
2013 was a huge year for TV couples, and if there was any doubt in your mind that The CW was responsible for most of the year’s shipping, just look at the five finalists in HollywoodLife.com best-of poll! Of course, ABC also has a horse in this race — so to speak — making it anyone’s game!
Where does one even start? ‘Arrow’ delivered its best episode to date with ‘Three Ghosts,’ a midseason finale extravaganza that found Oliver Queen dealing with his, well, three ghosts. But that’s not all —by the end of the night two bodies hit the floor, one epic villain was revealed and Barry Allen began his transition into The Flash. Oh, and did I mention that Oliver isn’t wearing that terrible eye makeup anymore? Yeah, this one was a doozy.
The episode was called “Three Ghosts” for a damn good reason. The Arrow midseason finale found Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) confronting ghosts from his past Christmas Carol-style, after Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) saved his life with a bit of rat poison. Read all about Oliver’s shocking past — including that murderous reveal — below!
Just when you thought ‘Arrow’ couldn’t get any crazier. The Dec. 4 episode ‘The Scientist’ left Oliver for dead, Roy shot, and Moira possibly in league with the League of Assassins, but new photos for the Dec. 11 midseason finale reveal that things are about to get much, much worse.
Leave Roy (Colton Haynes) alone, Brother Blood! Tantalizing new pictures from the Dec. 11 episode of Arrow — “Three Ghosts” — have surfaced, and fans of Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Roy should take note — it looks like your boys are in mortal danger.
Barry Allen has finally hit Starling City! The Dec. 4 episode ‘The Scientist’ served as the grand debut for the comic book staple, who was immediately swept off his feet by the charms of one very sexy, bespectacled IT girl.
Holy cliffhanger, Batman. Err, sorry — wrong DC Comics vigilante franchise. Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) finally came to Starling City for an explosive episode that ended with Oliver (Stephen Amell) lying motionless on a table, fighting for his life. Something tells us he’ll pull through, and with a new, adorable member on his team to boot — which is good, because shooting Roy (Colton Haynes) in the leg wasn’t a great move for that whole “Arrow playing nice” objective. Oh, and did I mention that Moira (Susanna Thompson) knows about Ra’s al Ghul? Yeah, this one was pretty major. Read on for more!
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When big city life gets you down, sometimes you just need to get away — and if you’re Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), getting “away” means returning to the hellish island that transformed you into a hood-rocking vigilante. It’s understandable that Ollie wanted to leave Starling City behind, especially after the horrific events of last May’s finale, but I’m glad he made his triumphant return on the Oct. 9 season premiere of Arrow. After all, there’s work to be done!
There was definitely a ‘Sacrifice’ on the season finale of ‘Arrow,’ and it left poor Oliver — and me — totally devastated!
Spoiler alert! If you did not see the season finale of Arrow then stop reading! If you did see it, you are probably still weeping after watching Oliver/Arrow (Stephen Amell) say goodbye to someone very special. All hell broke loose in Starling City when Malcolm Merlyn’s (John Barrowman) device explodes in the Glades, and falling debris kills…
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