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'Arrow': Paul Blackthorne on the Lance family's new crusade; plus, a game of 'Laurel or Sara'

Our favorite Starling City residents are reeling in tonight’s episode of Arrow.

Following the death of Moira in the last new episode, Team Arrow is down for the count in a major way and, according to Paul Blackthorne, experiencing, “a little bit of a shock to the system.” “Lance and Moira obviously weren’t bosom buddies, but there was some respect and their relationship was warming up in recent months,” says the actor. “And, obviously, the effect it has on this daughter — particularly Laurel — is huge for Lance. It’s a sad moment.”

But even in the group’s grief, there’s a major threat to be dealt with, as Slade Wilson is on the run. And while Oliver certainly has his sights set on his nemesis, Det. Lance is on a slightly different — but, unbeknownst to him, related — trail. “Laurel approaches Lance with this news that she thinks Sebastian Blood is involved with it, and sort of painting him as a bad guy — just as she did a few months ago when she was all doo-daddley on the drugs and the drink,” he says. “So for Lance to sort of have faith in her again is a bit of a leap for him, but considering where they’re both at right now between the two of them, she’s in a much cleaner purer, better state than before, he can just sense there’s something going on here and she’s on to it.” READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' sneak peek: Felicity makes an emotional plea to Oliver -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

The following clip is rated “O” — for Olicity.

In this exclusive sneak peek from Wednesday’s Arrow, everyone’s favorite computer maven (Emily Bett Rickards) makes an plea so full of heart and passion and concern that it’s likely to make you well up. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' finale First Look: Nyssa returns! -- PHOTO

Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) is coming back to Starling City…and she’s bringing some friends!

At the end of the most recent episode of Arrow, fans were left wondering exactly what Sarah (Caity Lotz) meant when she said she was leaving town to go see “an old friend.” Now the mystery has been officially solved: “She went to go get help,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg says. “Because when you’re fighting an army, you need an army.”

The finale, titled “Unbreakable,” is an all-out war, says Kreisberg. “It’s the Arrow, Canary and Roy and the League of Assassins versus Slade and his Mirakuru army for the city.”

The comic book drama’s closer — which Kreisberg also calls “f—ing insane” — airs May 14.

'Arrow': What you didn't know about [spoiler]'s death

Even after the Arrow writers made the tough choice to [Spoiler Alert times a billion] kill off Queen family matriarch Moira Queen (Susanna Thompson) in the episode that aired Wednesday night, there was still one more detail to hash out: How would Slade Wilson end Mama Queen’s life?

They knew the scenario — Slade (Manu Bennett) was going to eerily re-stage the tragic death of his beloved Shadow and, in a full circle moment, force Oliver (Stephen Amell) to pick his mother or his sister. (Ultimately, Moira would take that decision out of her son’s hands.) But the actual act of killing came down to one question: sword or a gun? And that decision came with more discussion than you might imagine. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' post mortem: Boss opens up about the shocking [spoiler]!

WARNING: This post contains major Arrow spoilers.

Shocked? Stunned? Heartbroken? Join the club.

The 20th episode of Arrow‘s second season dealt a huge personal blow to the hooded hero — one that’s going to affect him and those around him forever. I guess what we’re saying is… READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' EP on Roy's big episode, how Summer Glau became Ravager

Roy Harper is going to find himself spinning out of control in a way we have never seen on Arrow.

It’s been a long time coming, though. In the last few episodes, the Mirakuru’d lone wolf has put considerable effort into keeping himself in check as the anger-stirring serum courses through his veins. Wednesday night’s episode marks a major milestone in Roy’s evolution into Rage Roy, a path that has been anything but easy to craft, Arrow executive producer Andrew Kreisberg says. “That’s probably been one of the hardest things in the writers room to manage — what happens to you when you’re Mirakuru’d,” he told EW. “Some people in the writers room have tried to be, ‘Well, if it’s been two months, you’re at this level. And if it’s been three months, you’re at this level. And what’s Slade at when you’re at five years?’ We’ve tended to err on what was right for the episode.”

“At the end of the day,” he jokes, “they’ve [all] been injected with Sci-Fi, magic super evil juice.” Isabel (Summer Glau) among them. But that wasn’t always the plan, Kreisberg reveals. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' preview: Willa Holland teases Thea's 'major turning point'

On Wednesday night’s Arrow, Thea Queen (Willa Holland) is in the clutches of vengeful Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett), and their time together will be anything but easy for the teen-turned-nightclub owner.

“This entire episode is really really intense for her,” says Holland. “It definitely gets to the point where you don’t know up until the last few scenes of the episode how bad Slade’s going to treat her…When I was reading it, I had no idea, and I was really afraid for my character and I still slightly am.” READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' postmortem: Scoop on what's next for The Huntress, Thea, and the big 'mid-midseason finale'

WARNING: If you have not watched Wednesday’s episode of Arrow — which featured the return of Jessica De Gouw as The Huntress — beware of spoilers below!

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'Arrow' producer on how Suicide Squad episode came to be

The long-awaited Suicide Squad episode of Arrow is here!

In the episode, Diggle (David Ramsey) is recruited by Amanda Waller (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) for a mission to retrieve a dangerous chemical agent that poses a huge threat to the country. The catch? He’s forced to work with the team of criminals that comic book fans know as the Suicide Squad. Among them: Deadshot, Bronze Tiger, and Shrapnel. And, of course, his ex-wife Lyla (Cynthia Addai-Robinson), who executive producer Marc Guggenheim said was the catalyst for the episode.

“We wanted to do a Lyla-Diggle story,” he said. “We sort of established this relationship at the end of last year, and Diggle and Lyla [got] back together in episode 6 of this year. And it started off with, ‘What would be something good to have them fight about?’ And someone pitched in the writer’s room: ‘What if Lyla was involved with the Suicide Squad and Diggle was not approving of it? That would be a nice conflict for them.’” And it is. READ FULL STORY

'Arrow' star Manu Bennett talks Deathstroke: Oliver's 'about to meet his maker'

It was the handshake heard around the world.  And yes, I mean heard. Let’s just say Slade put a little bit of his Mirakuru-induced strength into his re-introduction to Oliver Queen during last week’s Arrow. But when we left the friends-turned-enemies, Slade had just uttered the words, “It’s a pleasure to meet you, Mr. Queen.” So what now?

Obviously, by making his way into the living room of Starling City’s own Moira Queen, it’s safe to say that Slade has worked his way up society’s ladder. “He hasn’t arrived with an army. He’s arrived by himself and he’s well aware of everything,” Manu Bennett, who plays Slade, said. “He’s taken that time to prepare himself to come to Starling City. The fact that he arrives in a Hugo Boss suit and is able to be put into the company of an elite person of the city like Moira Queen means that he’s taken the time since the island — however long that’s been for him — and executed his master plan to be able to slip on into Starling City as somebody wealthy and influential. He’s been devising this arrival in Starling City for some time. It’s a military operation for him, but he’s obviously managed to get money and resources and influence.” READ FULL STORY

CW's 'Labyrinth' miniseries gets a premiere date; season finales for 'Vampire Diaries,' 'Supernatural' also set

The CW’s summer season will kick off with the premiere of the network’s four-hour miniseries Labyrinth. The miniseries, which stars John Hurt and Jessica Brown-Findlay, will air over two nights: May 22 and 23 (8-10 p.m. ET).

Announced back in January, the miniseries — an adaption of the Kate Mosse best-seller — will jump back and forth between modern and medieval France to show the lives of two women who, despite being separated by centuries, are united in their search for the Holy Grail. Sebastian Stan, Tom Felton, and Vanessa Kirby also star.

CW also announced the season-finale dates for its existing series Supernatural, Vampire Diaries, Arrow, and The Originals, all of which recently scored early renewals. Those dates are listed below: READ FULL STORY

'Arrow': Robert Knepper previews The Clock King; Plus, Colton Haynes teases a big blow-up, and Roy and Thea going to the dark side?

When we left Starling City, Sara was back and currently in the shirtless arms of ex-lover Oliver Queen. But with Roy still experiencing his rage issues, the Suicide Squad waiting in the wings, and the dark cloud that is the League of Assassins always hanging over everyone’s heads, what’s next for Team Arrow? What would you say to another villain?

Yep, this week will feature the introduction of The Clock King, played by Robert Knepper, who somehow hacks Felicity’s system and therefore becomes our favorite blonde’s first true nemesis. And as for the Roy rage? It could easily take Roy (and Thea!) down a very dark path. We caught up, separately, with Knepper and Haynes to preview what’s coming for their characters:

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'Arrow' producers open up about THAT twist, tease Suicide Squad

Arrow producers promised that they’d put their own twist on Nyssa al Ghul, and boy, did they deliver. (Spoilers ahead if you haven’t seen the latest episode of Arrow!)

In the episode that aired Wednesday night, which saw Sarah (Caity Lotz) return to Starling City to check on spiraling Laurel (Katie Cassidy), not only did we get to see the first TV version of Ra’s al Ghul’s daughter, but the show revealed that in their world, Sarah and Nyssa (Katrina Law) were in a romantic relationship. And as the producers revealed in a Q&A with reporters, it was a secret they worked very hard to protect.
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