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Thea and Laurel get in on the action and Darhk interrupts a private meeting Quentin Lance is attending in two new clips from the "Arrow" premiere.
In the upcoming fourth season of "Arrow," Thea Queen will fill her brother Oliver's shoes as the new Red Arrow during his absence and beyond.
The CW has released 20 images from the fourth season premiere of "Arrow," including a look at the season's villain, Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough).
Sure, the "Arrow" season four trailer is less than two minutes long, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to dissect and obsess over.
Set videos show off "Suicide Squad's" Batmobile in action; Ryan Reynolds hopes Hugh Jackman will pop up in "Deadpool" and more.
Emma Stone reveals what she knows about "Spider-Gwen"; Hayley Atwell confirms "Agent Carter" will return with 10 episodes and more.
Life without Oliver isn't easy for Felicity, Diggle and Thea, as seen in a clip and photos from this Wednesday's episode, "Al Sah-Him."
"Arrow" returns in two weeks to The CW, and here's an early look at "The Offer," which features the debut of DC Comics villain Murmur.
After discovering Malcolm's treachery, Thea takes things into her own hands in an all-new clip from "Nanda Parbat."
In this new clip from "The Return," Oliver and Thea bond and experience a close encounter with someone they thought was gone for good.
Marc Guggenheim hints at what the future holds for Starling City, Oliver and Felicity's relationship, new heroes & villains and more!
"Arrow" stars Willa Holland, Paul Blackthorne & Katie Cassidy look back on their season two character arcs and forward to season three.
"Arrow's" Thea Queen, Willa Holland discusses the plight of Oliver's sister, the danger of Slade WIlson and her character's heroic - or villainous - potential.
The CW has released the first promotional poster for "Arrow" season two, featuring a new look at old, familiar faces including cast members Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards, David Ramsey and more.
The stars of the CW's "Arrow" discuss the end of season one, where they want their characters to go and the secrets and relationships surrounding Oliver Queen.
"Arrow" stars Katie Cassidy and Willa Holland spoke at NYCC about the way in which the five-year absence of Oliver Queen changed their characters' relationships with the playboy-turned-vigilante.
"Arrow" stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy and Willa Holland along with producer Marc Guggenheim took the stage at New York Comic Con 2012 for a question and answer session and special video presentation.
Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, Colin Donnell and Willa Holland answered questions and took fans behind the scenes of "Arrow," hinting at what to expect in the way of character developments, Easter eggs and more.