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Arrow Post Mortem: So... Who's Dead?!?!?!?!?!?

Whos six feet under? Thats probably the biggest question you may have after watching Arrow Season 4 Episode 1 , which ended with a six-month jump into the future where Oliver Queen sits before a headstone in a cemetery with tears in his eyes. The premiere also featured a not-quite-right Thea... Laurel inhabiting her Black Canary-ness quite well ... and both Diggle and Lance harboring secrets. And, hello , is Oliver really going to ask Felicity to marry him?  Read More...

Arrow: Oliver Will Face Against His Worst Enemy Yet in Season 4

  When Arrow returns for its fourth season on Wednesday, the titular superhero will be enjoying his retirement, living in domestic bliss with Felicity ( Emily Bett Rickards ). But when Oliver ( Stephen Amell ) is forced to suit up once more and return to Starling City, he'll discover his newfound ...   Read More...

7 Things You Need to Know About 'Arrow' Season 4

Arrow is back and better than ever. Five months have past since the events of season three. Oliver and Felicity are finally together and kissed their crime-fighting days goodbye, but don't expect that to mean "happily ever after." The past is sure to rear its ugly head towards the dynamic duo. There are a lot of things going on in season four, so you need to be prepared. In order to do that, here are 7 things you need to know about Arrow season 4.   Read More...

Arrow Season 4 First Look: Willa Holland Suits Up as SPEEDY!

Tonight's the night, Arrow fans! The long summer hiatus is finally over and it's time to make our return to Starling City. Just in time for tonight's season 4 premiere, The CW has unveiled our first look at Speedy, aka Thea's superheroine counterpart, in her full glory! Don't miss new episodes of Arrow , Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW.

Arrow Photo Preview: Anarky at the Mayoral Announcement!

Despite the fact that Oliver and Thea are only half siblings now, they're closer than ever, thanks to their dedication to protecting the city. On Arrow Season 4 Episode 2 , they'll put that dedication to good use when a family friend puts herself into harm's way, as will any candidate who enters the Star City mayoral race. It's just that not every candidate holds a place in the hearts of Oliver and Thea. Find out what else will be happening in "The Candidate" when you scroll through the photos!    Read More...

'Arrow' Episode 4.2 Photos: The Team Protects a Mayoral Candidate

Official photos from the second episode of Arrow season 4, "The Candidate," airing Wednesday, October 14 at 8pm on the CW. Official Synopsis from the CW: "When an old family friend, Jessica Danforth (guest star Jeri Ryan), tells Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Thea (Willa Holland) that she is going to run for mayor, both Queens are concerned considering the last three mayors have been murdered. Despite their protests, Jessica makes her announcement so the Green Arrow and Speedy vow to protect her. Meanwhile, Thea begins to exhibit effects from the Lazarus Pit. In addition, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) is faced with a tough business decision and looks to one of her employees, Curtis Holt (guest star Echo Kellum), for help."   Read More...

Arrow Season 4 Premiere: 'Olicity' Bliss Cut Short, Oliver vs. Dig, Flashback Easter Egg and 7 More Teasers

Domestic bliss interruptus? The Season 4 premiere of The CWs Arrow (airing Wednesday at 8/7c) finds partners in crimefighting (and more) Oliver and Felicity very much in love and living in the burbs but can that last when theyre needed back in Star City? Having screened the season opener, TVLine is here to share []

Arrow Season 4: Charlotte Ross' Return Extended for Multiple Episodes

Felicitys mom has really got it going on in that the Arrow spitfires Season 4 visit has been extended into multiple episodes. TVLine which last month broke the news of Charlotte Ross return for Episode 6 of the new season (premiering Wednesday, Oct. 7) now has learned that Donna Smoak will also []

New Arrow: Season 4 Preview

We're told to "aim higher" in this new teaser for Season 4 of Arrow.   Read More...

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of October 5, 2015

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed—or at least be able to fake it—with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   Fresh Off the Boat Tuesday at 8:30pm on ABC Why: Shaq (as in THE Shaq, as in Shaquille O'Neal, as in Kazaam ) is guest starring on a show in which the main character idolizes him. It's 1995 (or maybe 1996) so this is a BFD. Like, the BIGGEST FD. Gosh, the '90s were a magical time. #90skid Prepare to talk about: The Shaq Attack (attaq?); how much you miss the mid-'90s; whether you miss the real Eddie Huang's narration now that it's gone from the show; how happy you are to not be in middle school.     Arrow (Season Premiere) Wednesday at 8:00pm on The CW Why: Well, for one thing, this season's villain is named Damien Darhk, and somehow this isn't automatically a red flag. Oh, to live in comics world where such things go vaguely unnoticed! Also, Felicity is NOT loving life in the 'burbs (who can resist the siren call of Star City?), but Oliver wants kids(!) so I'm assuming they'll think about school districts for a hot second before moving back to the city and fighting crime, but probably not. Prepare to talk about: Damien Darhk: most obvious villain name ever? What a baby Arrow would be like; how we haven't really had a suburban superhero, like, ever.   The Walking Dead (Season Premiere) Sunday at 9:00pm on AMC Why: Really? I mean, really? OK! It's only the most successful cable zombie show of all time and it's also a prestige cable zombie show. Plus, Rick Grimes! Grimey! Also, Fear the Walking Dead has been more like Fear the Walking Dud , you know? So be happy the OG version is back. Prepare to talk about: What's happened in the aftermath of Rick's big, dramatic, season 5-ending speech; why these people wouldn't move to Canada or North Dakota where at least it's cold and the bodies of zombies probably don't stink as bad as they do in the American South; who dies (I mean, someone probably will... someone usually does).     Leah E. Friedman  is the editor of You can follow her musings on  Twitter . p { text-align: justify; }