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'Arrow': There's No Way Quentin Lance Is Prometheus -- And Here's Why

"So It Begins" was fans' first real look at season 5's big bad villain, Prometheus. Though Prometheus has appeared in nearly every episode since the season premiere, his appearances have always been quick glimpses or terrifying teases. "So It Begins" gave us our first real look at not only what Prometheus is planning but why Oliver should be afraid of him.   The biggest reveal of the episode, though, was when the show closed on apparently revealing Prometheus's real identity as Quentin Lance. It's a jaw-dropping revelation and completely changes the course of season 5. Too bad that there is no way that is actually true ... but that doesn't mean it is a total red herring. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/theres-no-way-that-quentin-lan-62042.aspx

'Arrow': What Led to a Big Discovery About Prometheus in 'So It Begins'

Prometheus made a few moves in Arrow season 5 episode 6, leading to the discovery that his victims (or at least, anagrams of their names) could be traced back to the List and a few trust issues for the team. Meanwhile, Thea discovered Lance was drinking again (but that might not be his biggest problem right now) and Felicity decided to tell Detective Malone about her work with the Green Arrow. Here are the significant moments related to Prometheus in "So It Begins." ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/arrow-what-led-to-a-big-discov-62036.aspx

‘Arrow:’ Stephen Amell on Why It’s Time for Oliver to Move On from Felicity

Relationships are ch-ch-changing on Arrow. On this week’s "Human Target, Oliver (Stephen Amell) found out that Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) has a boyfriend, Detective Malone (Tyler Ritter), and even more heartbreaking that she kept the relationship a secret from her former fiancé. Ouch! Speaking of changes, on the set in Vancouver Amell cautioned us not to call Oliver a billionaire anymore ("he’s been broke for three years"). But he also noted that he hasn’t really been a playboy, either – he’s dated one woman since Since 2. Amell then addressed that, and whether or not Oliver will be moving on romantically as well. Olicity fans, beware! A reunion between Oliver and Felicity doesn’t look to be in the cards any time soon. Who may be stealing Oliver’s heart? The very person who could be a threat to his mayorship. Below, Amell explains more about that, where he sees connections to Nolan’s Batman movies, and more. READ MORE...

DC TV's superheroes share laughs and favoritism in new crossover promo

The Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl will all take part in the epic superhero crossover event on The CW and weve got a few new details on what to expect.   ...Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/harpy/dc-tv-actors-join-forces-for-a-photoshoot-to-celebrate-their-giant-superhero-crossover

'Arrow': 5 Lessons Olicity Taught Us About Relationships

Let's face it, on many occasions, Oliver and Felicity have basically put every relationship you've ever been in to shame. These two have the whole "couple" thing down and we could all stand to learn a thing or two from them. For that matter, there are five pretty solid lessons that this couple on Arrow have taught us about relationships. Get ready to take some notes. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/arrow-5-lessons-olicity-taught-62006.aspx

Arrow Stars Tease Prometheus' Link to Oliver (and the Team's Reactions), Plus Dolph Lundgren's Knockout Debut

After weeks of lurking in Star Citys shadows, Prometheus finally lands on Team Arrows radar this Wednesday (The CW, 8/7c) when the Big Bads killing spree leads Oliver & Co. to make some startling discoveries about their latest foe. We begin to explore why Prometheus is doing what hes doing, Stephen Amell shared during TVLines [] http://tvline.com/2016/11/09/arrow-spoilers-season-5-prometheus-oliver-connection/

'Arrow' Episode 5.6 Photos: Oliver Struggles To Find a Connection to Recent Murders

Things are getting worse for the street of Star City as Prometheus continues to kill more victims faster than the Green Arrow can figure out the connections between them in Arrow's "So It Begins." Felicity and Curtis are able to unearth details that link the murders to Oliver's past which threatens to break up the Green Arrow team. On the romance side of things, Thea stills down for a "heart-to-heart" chat with Lance and Felicity contemplates if she should tell Malone what she actually does for a living.  ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/arrow-episode-56-photos-oliver-62014.aspx

Arrow: David Ramsey Ponders Diggle's Reaction to 'Losing' Daughter Sara

Can you miss what you never really had? That is a question Arrows John Diggle will have to consider if he ever learns that before The Flashs Barry Allen tinkered with the events of the past, he and wife Lyla were the parents of a wee daughter, named Sara, and not tyke John Jr. aka [] http://tvline.com/2016/11/08/arrow-season-5-flashpoint-diggle-daughter-became-son/

Did 'Arrow' Kill off Season 5's Big Villain Too Soon?

Tobias Church never stood a chance on Arrow .   It seems that Church was destined to play second fiddle to Prometheus in Arrow season 5. Church wasn't even allowed to seem like the baddest villain on the block in the first official season 5 trailer before being one-upped by a surprise appearance of Prometheus at the end. As of the episode "Human Target" Church is dead, at Prometheus' hands, and Arrow's main villain count has dwindled from two to one. Church coming up second best to Prometheus might have been inevitable but Arrow still killed him off way earlier than seems necessary. ...Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/did-arrow-kill-off-season-5s-b-61989.aspx

The CW Superhero Series Stars Tease Epic, Three-Hour, Four-Way Crossover “Invasion!”

Late this November, an epic four-way crossover is coming to The CW, starting with the tail end of a Supergirl episode, continuing with The Flash and then on to Arrow‘s 100th episode, followed by DC’s Legends of Tomorrow in what’s sure to be a thrilling conclusion. The three-hour, week-long event promises to be something special, and we’re learning a bit more about it as we get closer to its debut. EW recently hosted a superpowered panel featuring Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist, Arrow’s Stephen Amell, The Flash’s Grant Gustin, Legends of Tomorrow’s Caity Lotz, and producer Greg Berlanti. The cast talked about their own respective shows with Berlanti connecting the dots for the upcoming four-way crossover, titled "Invasion!", in which the assembled heroes will take on the Dominators. Here’s how Berlanti described the balance between solo series and the crossover plotline: READ MORE...