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A Vigilante is Impersonating The Green Arrow in New Trailer For Arrow Season 7

The CW has released another new trailer for Arrow Season 7 and as you’ll see, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) will be doing a lot of brawling in Super Max prison. At the same time, there’s a vigilante impersonating Green Arrow who is going around delivering justice and Star City is trying to figure out who it is.

I have no idea what to expect from Season 7 but so far I like what I’m seeing! One thing that we know is that the creative team are looking to push the limits. Arrow director James Bamford previously explained:

"Beth [Schwartz, Arrow showrunner] and I had a phone call with Bnsp, which is our censors... a very lengthy phone call about a particular scene that we never had before. So, we are really trying to push the limits on the show in the gritty factor. We are trying to go as far
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CW 2017-18 Season Ratings (updated 9/19/18)

Last year, The CW aired three new scripted TV shows and cancelled two of them. How many will be cancelled or renewed during the 2017-18 season? Stay tuned.

There's lots of data that network execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are the major ingredient. These charts will be updated daily, as new ratings data becomes available.

CW shows (so far): The 100, Arrow, Black Lightning, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, iZombie, Jane the Virgin, Life Sentence, Masters of Illusion, The Originals, The Outpost, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Riverdale, Supergirl, Supernatural, Valor and Whose Line Is It Anyway?.

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Stuntman Turned Writer-Director Brings Latino Superhero to the Big Screen

Stunt coordinator turned screenwriter/director Ben Bray knows one thing for sure: Latinos need a superhero. Bray, known for such hits as “The Grey,” is bringing his version to the big screen in his newest flick, “El Chicano.” Bray knows a few things about superheroes. He’s directed episodes of “Supergirl” and “Arrow.” And it looks like there might be an audience for a Latino superhero. In 2017, Motion Picture Association of America released its annual Theatrical Market Statistics Report that said Latinos purchase the most theater tickets than any other minority. And yet, there has not been a Latino breakout superhero.

Stuntman Turned Writer-Director Brings Latino Superhero to the Big Screen
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Arrow season 7 gets a new trailer

With its season 7 premiere less than a month away, The CW has released another trailer for its returning DC series Arrow which sees Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen locked up in Slabside Maximum Security Prison after the events of the season six finale; watch the trailer here…

See Also: Oliver runs into some old foes in promo images from Arrow season 7 premiere – ‘Inmate #4587’

“In the shocking season six finale of Arrow, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) not only reveals himself to Star City as The Green Arrow, but he’s also arrested and sent to prison. Cast and producers of The CW/Warner Bros. Television’s hit DC series elaborated on what’s in store for Oliver at Slabside Maximum Security Prison.”

“Now that Oliver’s behind bars, he will come face to face with many of his former enemies, including Ben Turner/Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White), Derek Sampson (Cody Runnels
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PSA: There Is a Very Naked Oliver Queen in the Arrow Season 7 Trailer

Attention people with eyeballs! You'll be seeing a lot more of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) when Arrow returns for Season 7 -- like a lot more.

In the new trailer for Season 7, Oliver is having a rough go of it in prison. If he's not dealing with Green Arrow groupies -- "You have failed this city!"

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New Arrow Promo Sees Oliver Having A Tough Time In Prison

Throughout the course of six seasons, Arrow has given fans some pretty wild cliffhangers. And though we could debate for hours which among them were the most shocking, you have to admit that what viewers saw back in May has to be right near the top of the list.

As you’ll no doubt remember, Oliver Queen publicly admitted that he’s the Green Arrow after turning himself over to authorities. True, Smallville‘s version of the character revealed his secret identity as well, but the consequences that followed didn’t have the high stakes of what we’ll soon witness.

For months now, both cast and crew have teased what’s sure to be a gritty and brutal set of episodes, but today’s arrival of a new promo shows us just how tough Ollie’s life behind bars will really be. Among other things, we see our hero getting roughed up in prison,
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It's Time to Give Prison Storylines a Life Sentence

What is with the current obsession with prison storylines on TV?

Within the last couple of years, it has been blown entirely out of proportion. Shows across all genres from drama to comedy to procedural jumped on the bandwagon and attempted to offer a new take, but regardless of the "spin" they tried to put on it, it just felt repetitive. 

It all started with HBO's The Night Of which was an incredible miniseries completely deserving of all the awards and acclaim it received. The problem is with all of the shows that came after that tried to replicate its success. 

Criminal Minds Season 12 spent half the season on Reid's time in prison after being framed for murder. Jake and Rosa also went to jail for a crime they didn't commit on Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 5 Episode 1. The Flash framed Barry for murder as well, and Suits sent Mike to prison for an arc,
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Oliver runs into some old foes in promo images from Arrow season 7 premiere – ‘Inmate #4587’

The CW has released another batch of promo images from the season 7 premiere of Arrow, entitled ‘Inmate #4587’ which sees Oliver running into some old foes in Ben Turner/Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White), Derek Sampson (Cody Runnels) and Danny “Brick” Brickwell (Vinnie Jones) in Slabside Maximum Security Prison; check them out here…

See Also: Arrow director discusses season 7’s Supermax prison story

“In the shocking season six finale of Arrow, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) not only reveals himself to Star City as The Green Arrow, but he’s also arrested and sent to prison. Cast and producers of The CW/Warner Bros. Television’s hit DC series elaborated on what’s in store for Oliver at Slabside Maximum Security Prison.”

“Now that Oliver’s behind bars, he will come face to face with many of his former enemies, including Ben Turner/Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White), Derek Sampson (Cody Runnels
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New Arrow Season 7 Photos Show Us Oliver’s Life Behind Bars

Throughout the course of six seasons, Arrow has played host to some pretty crazy cliffhangers. And though we could debate for hours which among them were the best, you have to admit that what we witnessed back in May has to be near the top of the list.

Long story short, Oliver Queen publicly admitted that he’s the Green Arrow after turning himself over to authorities. Granted, Smallville‘s iteration of the character also revealed his secret identity, but the ramifications that followed didn’t have the high stakes of what we’ll soon witness.

Over the past few months, both cast and crew have hinted at what’s sure to be a gritty and brutal set of episodes, but today’s arrival of a bountiful gallery perfectly illustrates just how rough Ollie’s life behind bars will be. Granted, the ones featuring a pink-haired Felicity Smoak did make their rounds last week,
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Fall TV 2018: The Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows

Fall is upon us and that means both back to school and back to our regularly scheduled programming. While the warmer months brought some fun competition and reality shows, and all those limited series you love on premium cable and streaming services, we know you’ve been craving the return of your favorite broadcast shows since they signed off last spring.

Fortunately, most comedies and dramas on ABC, Fox, NBC, CBS and The CW start airing their new seasons next week. And to make sure you don’t miss fresh episodes of your most beloved shows — and the start of many new series — TheWrap has compiled a full list of premiere dates.

I you are looking for just returning series click here and if you are only into new shows click here.

Also Read: Fall TV: Here Are the Premiere Dates for All 22 New Broadcast Series (Photos)

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Juliana Harkavy Teases What’s Next For Team Arrow

With Oliver Queen now being locked up and apparently engaging in nude prison fights, the other members of Team Arrow will obviously have to occupy their time somehow.

Already, we’ve learned that Felicity’s changed her appearance in order to avoid the negative attention that comes with her husband’s incarceration, and that Black Siren will be taking over as Star City’s district attorney. But what of other favorites such as Black Canary, Wild Dog and Mr. Terrific?

Well, when it comes to Black Canary specifically, actress Juliana Harkavy said the following while speaking with ComicBook.com about the new status quo at San Diego Comic-Con:

“Well, everything is a little bit under constraints because of what’s going on with Oliver so it’s definitely going to be there, but they’re going to have to be a little bit crafty in how they go about it.
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Arrow Boss Teases What’s New For Oliver And Felicity

When you really think about it, it’s very possible that we haven’t gone into a new season of Arrow so unaware of what to expect since the series first premiered back in fall of 2012. Really, even though the cast and crew have been doing their regular press rounds over the summer, they’ve been holding their cards pretty close to the vest.

To quickly recap, we do know that Oliver will spend at least a few episodes in prison, someone else is running around Star City wearing the Green Arrow costume (I’m still saying that’s Roy Harper until I’m proven wrong), and Batwoman is showing up for the crossover. Aside from those major details, we’re pretty much left in the dark – and it’s kind of exciting. I mean, there’ve been other bits and pieces floating around, but I’m talking about the overarching narrative.
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"Arrow" - Enter 'Felicity Smoak'

From VancouverFilm.Net Sneak Peek new Season 7 images from "Arrow", revealing a distressed look for actress Emily Bett Rickards as 'Felicity Smoak', wife of 'Green Arrow', premiering October 15, 2018 on The CW:

"...'Oliver' is jailed at 'Slabside' prison, having to deal with all the creeps he helped put away as 'Green Arrow'.

"His wife 'Felicity Smoak', suffering from a recent head injury, reverts beck to her identity as a pink-haired goth' rocker...

"...complete with nose and eyebrow piercings in a look she had before she ever got involved with Oliver and 'Team Arrow'..."

Cast also includes David Ramsey as 'John Diggle', Rick Gonzalez as 'Wild Dog', Echo Kellum as 'Mr. Terrific', Juliana Harkavy as 'Black Canary' and Katie Cassidy as 'Black Siren'.

"...in the shocking season six finale of 'Arrow', 'Oliver Queen' (Stephen Amell) not only reveals himself to 'Star City' as 'The Green Arrow', but
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Review: Supergirl the Complete Third Season

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There is so much to like about the CW’s Supergirl that you want it to be brilliant, entertaining, and empowering for its young female viewers. That it is such a muddled mess more often than not spoils that because you admire their intentions and scratch your head at how the execution too often misses the mark.

Out tomorrow is Supergirl the Complete Third Season on Blu-ray with a Digital HD code from Warner Home Entertainment. The four-disc set contains all 23 episodes including all four episodes of the “Crisis on Earth-x” crossover with Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow.

We start the season with Odette Annable’s Sam, newly arrived in National City with her young daughter Ruby (Emma Tremblay). They’re in the wrong place at the wrong time when an accident happens and we see Sam affected and over the course of the season’s first third, we watch her become a villain.
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Stephen Amell Shares Bts Photo From This Year’s Arrowverse Crossover

The yearly Arrowverse crossovers have just kept getting more and more ambitious each season, with last year’s “Crisis on Earth-x” storyline managing to bring together every single hero across Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow as well as several more from the alternate universe of the title. Of course, it would be impossible to top that in 2018 and so, The CW’s decided to cut Legends out of the equation.

Fear not, though, as there will still be enough going on in this year’s crossover to distract viewers from the fact that the Waverider crew isn’t taking part. The big highlight is, of course, the debut of Ruby Rose’s Batwoman as well as the introduction of Gotham City into the Arrowverse. Not to mention that Tyler Hoechlin will also be reprising his role as Superman, with Lois Lane joining him as well.

It’s
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9 Villain Castings Decisions That Hurt The Arrowverse (And 11 That Saved It)

As everyone knows, a superhero story is as dependent on its villains as it is on its heroes. The classic good vs. evil narrative requires a compelling evil side-- otherwise, what meaning does the hero's victory have?

The CW's Arrowverse has been pumping out superhero stories since 2012, and those stories have share of ups and downs when it comes to villains.

The Arrowverse is an interconnected group of TV shows on The CW, comprised of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and Black LightningSupergirl technically occupies a separate universe from the other shows, and Black Lightning has avoided any crossovers, but there have been hints of connections, so they both count here.

Following several recognizable DC heroes and their wide network of allies, each show has to contend with its own set of supervillains. Ranging from hacktivists to damaged replicas of heroes caused by time travel, the
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Warner Bros Digital Launches DC Universe With Heroic Hopes

With hopes for a heroic future, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Digital Networks on Saturday launched DC Universe, a streaming site that entices superhero fans to pay $7.99 a month for access to new television shows, digital comics, fan forums, exclusive merchandise as well as a rotating archive of vintage DC movies and television shows.

Beginning Oct. 12, the streaming service will be the home to Titans, a new weekly live-action television series that features a team of young superheroes led by Batman’s protege, Robin (Brenton Thwaites) and includes the hot-tempered alien princess Starfire (Anna Diop), the mysterious empath Raven (Teagan Croft) and the green-skinned shape-shifter Beast Boy (Ryan Potter).

The same superhero team is featured in the Warner Bros. Animation theatrical release Teen Titans Go! To The Movies (which opened July 27 and has grossed $47 million worldwide to date) but the live-action version is billed as a far grittier and more
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'Black Lightning' Season 2: All the Details (So Far)

Welcome back to The Hollywood Reporter's weekly DC TV Watch, a rundown of all things DC Comics on the small screen. Every Saturday, we round up the major twists, epic fights, new mysteries and anything else that goes down on The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Black Lightning, and Fox's Gotham. There have been a lot of news, castings and announcements all summer long about the new seasons premiering this fall, so this week we're rounding up everything there is to know about Black Lightning season two ...

The father-daughter duo continues | As the critically lauded first season introduced the ...
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Grimm actress Elizabeth Tulloch cast as Lois Lane in Arrowverse crossover

Back in August it was announced that Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman will be making his return to the Arrowverse in December’s three-night crossover between The Flash, Arrow and Supergirl, and that he’d be joined in the DC ensemble by Lois Lane.

Well, Entertainment Weekly is reporting that The CW has now found its Lois, with Elizabeth Tulloch signing on to play the iconic DC Comics character.

A previous casting breakdown for the Arrowverse’s Lois Lane described the character as: “The daughter of Us General Sam Lane, Lois is a tenacious, righteous and stubborn reporter who will go to any length to get the story and almost never fails.”

See Also: The CW’s DC Heroes and Villains trailer teases the arrival of Batwoman into the Arrowverse

The Arrowverse crossover begins with The Flash on December 9th, followed by Arrow on December 10th and Supergirl on December 11th.
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Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash: Elizabeth Tulloch (Grimm) Cast in Iconic Role

The CW has found their Lois Lane. Deadline reports Grimm star Elizabeth Tulloch will play the iconic role on the network's upcoming DC crossover event for Supergirl, Arrow, and The Flash.

The big crossover special begins with The Flash on December 9th and continues with new episodes of Arrow on December 10th and Supergirl on December 11th. This year's crossover will also see the introduction of Batwoman (Ruby Rose).

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