A visit from Donna Smoak and a threat from the mysterious Brother Eye open a window into Felicity’s troubled — and decidedly goth — past.
As the hunt for Malcolm Merlyn begins, a fairly uneventful episode of Arrow leads to a game-changing introduction.
Mark Harmon will co-produce Shakespeare’s Sisters, which focuses on the Bard as he deals with a gaggle of witches.
The introduction of Captain Cold casts a chill on Team Flash as Felicity Smoak arrives in Central City and Detective West warms to the idea of his daughter’s relationship.
The writer, who created the LARPing computer whiz, discusses the appeal of the fan-favorite character and her return to the long-running CW drama.
Oliver & Co. track down Thea, who’s been busy, Diggle’s concerns about ARGUS grow, and Laurel turns to Ted Grant.
A Golden Age villain makes his gaseous presence felt in an episode that also introduces Ronnie Raymond and a solution to the problem of what to do with Central City’s captured metahumans.
In this week’s episode, it’s a time for mourning and the pursuit of justice as Team Arrow says goodbye to a fallen friend.
True Blood‘s Mark Hudis will write the new adaptation, which swaps Vienna for New York City and Crown Prince Leopold for a ruthless crime boss.
Writer Adam Karp will also help bring a medical procedural starring Abraham Van Helsing to life for CBS.
Arrow kicks off its third season with a shocking ending, and the arrival of three faces familiar to DC Comics fans.
With its pilot episode, The Flash quickly establishes itself as a fun and hopeful superhero series that embraces its comic-book roots.