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It’s been a long winter break for fans of The CW’s “Arrow,” after December’s midseason finale left Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) on death’s door following a brutal attack from Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough). Given that cliffhanger, it should come as no surprise that when the superhero series returns on Wednesday night, we see our hero, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), “falling back into some old habits,” according to executive producer Wendy Mericle. “[He’s] going very fire and brimstone in his attempt to get revenge for Damien’s attack on him and Felicity.”
(If you’ve seen the midseason return, “Blood Debts,” click over to our postmortem for more intel on the episode’s twists.)
Mericle promises that episode 410 will “pick up in a very dark place” for Team Arrow. “We’re really intrigued by the idea of seeing what happens when Oliver has someone he loves as »
- Laura Prudom
One week from today, Arrow returns with its first episode of 2016, Blood Debts. When we last saw Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell), he was in the midst of running for Mayor of Star City, a story thread that will surely pick up steam in the back half of Season 4. Earlier today, executive producer Marc Guggenheim took to his Twitter account to reveal two campaign posters for Olly's mayoral run. The posters also feature the website OliverQueenForMayor.com, which isn't actually active, but it may be soon when the show returns.
Blood Debts follows Oliver as he must deal with the devastating consequences of Damien Darhk's (guest star Neal McDonough) last attack. Seeking revenge, Oliver goes on a brutal manhunt looking for Dahrk. It isn't quite clear if Oliver's mayoral campaign will be addressed in this episode, but given the arrival of these new posters, it's probably a safe bet that his »
The CW has released new photos from next week's mid-season premieres of "Arrow" and "The Flash" with the shots including new looks at Alexander Calvert as Anarky and Keiynan Lonsdale as Wally West (aka Kid Flash). Try this link for the "Arrow" pics and this link for "The Flash" pics.
Mike and Molly
In the wake of multiple cast members sharing the news late last year, CBS has now officially confirmed that the Melissa McCarthy-led sitcom "Mike and Molly" has been canceled. The final season will wrap up this spring after thirteen already-shot episodes have aired. [Source: Variety]
Serving as essentially the antagonist of the seventh season of "The Closer," actor Curtis Armstrong ("Supernatural") will reprise his role as attorney Peter Goldman in a multiple-episode arc on the TNT drama spin-off series "Major Crimes".
Goldman will first appear in the February 15th winter premiere and has his sights set on Capt. »
- Garth Franklin
3 items from 2016
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