As The CW releases the first look at Fringe alum Seth Gabel as The Count on Arrow, executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg reveal a little about his character and the development of the series. Arrow returns tonight.
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Firefly, played by SGU Stargate Universe alum Andrew Dunbar, is revealed is fire-loving glory in new images from Arrow‘s Jan. 16 midseason premiere, “Burned.”
The CW has released a promo for the midseason return of Arrow that offers the first look at the breakout drama’s take on the classic DC Comics villain Firefly. The episode, titled “Burned,” airs Jan. 16.
Continuing its embrace of DC Comics mythology, The CW’s Arrow has cast Teen Wolf alum Colton Haynes in a recurring role as Roy Harper, better known in the DCU as Speedy, Red Arrow and Arsenal.
Fringe alum Seth Gabel has been cast on The CW’s Arrow as a “downright terrifying” villain based on DC Comics’ Count Vertigo. He’ll make his debut in early 2013.
Huntress and the Royal Flush Gang are shown off in a promo clip featuring moments from the next few episodes of The CW’s breakout hit Arrow.
SGU Stargate Universe actor Andrew Dunbar will play Firefly on the 10th episode of Arrow, joining a rapidly expanding list of DC Comics villains appearing on The CW series.
The CW deals a first look at Currie Graham and Kyle Schmid as the Royal Flush Gang from the Nov. 14 episode of the hit superhero drama Arrow.
After only two episodes, The CW has given a full-season order to Arrow, its hit superhero drama based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow.
In this week’s episode of Arrow, Oliver Queen goes to court, bodyguard John Diggle gets suspicious, sister Thea tries to get closer, and China White enters the picture.
Arrow executive producers Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim and Greg Berlanti discuss the new superhero dramas connections to the DC Universe and its well-known characters, saying, “As time goes on, hopefully we’ll do some of the biggies.”
The news that the CW’s Arrow performed surprisingly well in the ratings for the CW last night – earning its best weekday night viewing figures for three years – is just the capper on a slowly-emerging fact that seems somewhat nonsensical to comic book fans. Namely: Green Arrow seems to be really rather popular with mainstream audiences.