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Watch a clip from tonight’s episode of Arrow – ‘Tribute’

The CW has revealed a clip from tonight’s second episode of Arrow season six, entitled ‘Tribute’; watch it below…

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Anatoly Returns To Star City — Oliver (Stephen Amell) tries to balance being the mayor, the Green Arrow and a father to William (guest star Jack Moore). Anatoly (guest star David Nykl) returns to Star City with a deadly agenda.

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Arrow season 6 airs on Thursdays on The CW.
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Arrow Sneak Peek: Oliver Suggests That [Spoiler!] Could Be Green Arrow

Arrow Sneak Peek: Oliver Suggests That [Spoiler!] Could Be Green Arrow
Oliver Queen drops the name of another iconic DC Comics character in this sneak peek from Thursday’s episode of Arrow (The CW, 9/8c).

RelatedIs Arrow‘s Thea Down for the Count? Show Boss Offers a Ray of Hope

Picking up where the Season 6 premiere left off, Mayor Queen is swarmed at city hall by reporters angling to find out if the leaked, tell-tale photo is legit — and Oliver is in fact the vigilante who has protected Star City all these years.

In the clip below, Oliver does his best to elude the inquiry, going so far as to suggest
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"Arrow: Tribute" - New Footage

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Sneak Peek new footage, plus images from the "Arrow" episode "Tribute", directed by Laura Belsey, airing October 18, 2017 on The CW:

"...'Oliver' (Stephen Amell) tries to balance being the mayor...

"...the 'Green Arrow' and a father to 'William' (Jack Moore).

"Then 'Anatoly' (David Nykl) returns to 'Star City' with a deadly agenda..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Arrow: Tribute"...
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Promo for Arrow Season 6 Episode 2 – ‘Tribute’

Following last night’s season 6 premiere, a promo has arrived online for next week’s second episode of Arrow, entitled ‘Tribute’; take a look below…

See Also: Promo images for Arrow Season 6 Episode 2 – ‘Tribute’

Anatoly Returns To Star City — Oliver (Stephen Amell) tries to balance being the mayor, the Green Arrow and a father to William (guest star Jack Moore). Anatoly (guest star David Nykl) returns to Star City with a deadly agenda.

See Also: Follow all of our coverage of Arrow here

Arrow season 6 premieres on October 12th on The CW.
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'Arrow' Episode 6.2 Photos: A Foe Arrives in Star City

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'Arrow' Episode 6.2 Photos: A Foe Arrives in Star City
Oliver's past continues to come back to haunt him when someone from his past shows up in Star City with nefarious plans on Arrow Season 6 Episode 2, "Tribute."

The official episode description from the CW says, "Oliver (Stephen Amell) tries to balance being the mayor, the Green Arrow and a father to William (guest star Jack Moore). Anatoly (guest star David Nykl) returns to Star City with a deadly agenda."
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Promo images for Arrow Season 6 Episode 2 – ‘Tribute’

The CW has released a batch of images for the second episode of Arrow season 6, entitled ‘Tribute’; take a look here…

See Also: Watch the trailer for Arrow season 6 here

Anatoly Returns To Star City — Oliver (Stephen Amell) tries to balance being the mayor, the Green Arrow and a father to William (guest star Jack Moore). Anatoly (guest star David Nykl) returns to Star City with a deadly agenda.

See Also: Follow all of our coverage of Arrow here

Arrow season 6 premieres on October 12th on The CW.
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Black Canary Is Unleashed In New Arrow Season 6 Images

Even though the season premiere of Arrow has yet to air, The CW has opted to treat us with images culled from beyond the returning episode. Truth be told, this practice isn’t unheard of, as networks don’t mind circulating advance photos as long as they aren’t too spoiler-ish. That said, what we have to examine today isn’t going to ruin any possible surprises for you, but what these pics will do is succeed in getting you all the more excited for the next chapter in Oliver Queen’s enduring crusade.

Personally, if anything featured in these new promo images is to get me geeked, it’s most definitely that of the three spotlighting Dinah Drake, the new Black Canary. Since her introduction last season, actress Juliana Harkavy has proven to be a most valuable addition to the cast – and now she’s fully suited up in
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Intense Arrow Season 6 Trailer Debuts Along With New Synopsis

Now that we have less than two weeks separating us from the sixth season of Arrow, The CW has thankfully chosen to serve up an extended trailer. Previously, all we had received was a brief promo and a gallery of preview images, which were much appreciated, but we were clamoring for something as meaty as other recent DC TV teasers.

This time, though, we’re not only granted more action, but more hints at what lies ahead for Oliver Queen and company. And while spoilers regarding who may have survived the blast on Lian Yu are being avoided, we do get a little more between Oliver and Deathstroke. But in this instance, we hear more of Slade Wilson’s dialogue, thus clarifying the context of their conversation. Before, his words sounded more foreboding, but now, it seems like he’s offering some brutal truth.

Also of note is a cameo made by Black Siren,
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Synopsis for Arrow Season 6 Episode 2 – ‘Tribute’

The CW has revealed the synopsis for the second episode of Arrow season 6, entitled ‘Tribute’, which sees the return of David Nykl’s Anatoly. Check it out here…

See Also: Watch the trailer for Arrow season 6 here

Anatoly Returns To Star City — Oliver (Stephen Amell) tries to balance being the mayor, the Green Arrow and a father to William (guest star Jack Moore). Anatoly (guest star David Nykl) returns to Star City with a deadly agenda.

See Also: Follow all of our coverage of Arrow here

Arrow season 6 premieres on October 12th on The CW.
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Arrow Ep Teases Michael Emerson’s Mysterious Role

Although Prometheus most certainly left some big shoes to fill, the creative minds behind Arrow seem to be more than up to the task when it comes to finding a credible threat for Oliver Queen and company to deal with in season 6. Actually, the heroes of Star City will have their work cut out for them because they’ll have to contend with more than just one big bad when things pick up this fall.

Initially, reports coming out of San Diego Comic-Con back in July indicated that Michael Emerson will be playing Richard Dragon, but we now know that to not be the case since Kirk Acevedo has been confirmed for that particular role. That being said, we’re still left wondering the name of Emerson’s character and how he’ll fit in with Dragon and David Nykl’s Anatoly Knyazev – and whomever else will round out their group.
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Arrow Casts Kirk Acevedo As Richard Dragon

Well, we can finally put a face to one of Arrow season 6’s big bads, as the much talked about Richard Dragon has been cast. Technically, the character’s real name is Ricardo Diaz, but he went by the pseudonym of “Richard Dragon” in the New 52 comics, also being the son of the man to originally bear that name (more on that in a moment).

As it turns out, Kirk Acevedo (Kingdom, Insidious: Chapter 4) has found himself in the role. But before we proceed any further, let’s take a look at the character description provided by Deadline:

A hardened ex-con recently released from prison for crimes he didn’t commit, Ricardo Diaz (Acevedo) is bent on taking over Star City’s criminal underworld. A master in hand to hand combat, honed by years of life on the street, Diaz has yet to meet a foe he can’t take down.
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TV News Roundup: Liz Garbus Shooting New York Times-Donald Trump Documentary for Showtime

TV News Roundup: Liz Garbus Shooting New York Times-Donald Trump Documentary for Showtime
In today’s roundup, Liz Garbus is developing a New York Times documentary for Showtime, while Kirk Acevedo has been cast in the upcoming season of “Arrow.”

Development

Liz Garbus is shooting a documentary series about the New York Times’ aggressive coverage of the Trump administration for the Showtime premium cable network. The Oscar-nominated filmmaker has been filming inside the newspaper’s newsroom for the past six months to gather footage for the series. Showtime declined to comment, but the show is intended to look at both how the newspaper is covering Trump and the larger role of the fourth estate. The film marks Garbus’s first collaboration with Showtime; she’s utilized several other distribution partners in the past. “What Happened, Miss Simone?,” which earned Garbus an Academy Award nomination in 2016, was Netflix’s first prestige documentary, and Garbus followed it with the doc “Nothing Left Unsaid: Gloria Vanderbilt & Anderson Cooper” for HBO. The
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Arrow season 6 trailer released, Michael Emerson joins the cast in mystery role

During yesterday’s Arrow panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, The CW released the first trailer for the sixth season of the DC superhero show, while it was also confirmed that David Nykl will be returning to the role of Oliver Queen’s friend-turned-foe Anatoly Knyazev and that Person of Interest and Lost star Michael Emerson has been cast in the show in an unrevealed role – although IMDb has his character listed as Richard Dragon, rumoured to be the main villain in season six. Watch the trailer below…

After a violent shipwreck, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) was missing and presumed dead for five years before being discovered alive on a remote island in the North China Sea. He returned home to Star City, bent on righting the wrongs done by his family and fighting injustice. As the Green Arrow, he protects his city with the help of former
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Arrow Season 6 Trailer Drops, Two Big Bads Confirmed

When you really think about it, it makes sense that Arrow be the one to end a day filled with panels devoted to DC TV shows. After all, not only did it recently conclude one of its finest seasons, but it’s also the eldest of the current crop, paving the way for what has appropriately been dubbed “the Arrowverse.”

That said, we wish they would’ve shown even more new footage in the trailer that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con, but it makes sense as to why they’d include so much from the season 5 finale. After all, not only was that episode a crowning achievement, but it also left us hanging as to who made it out alive.

Now, the more eagle-eyed among you likely noticed some new bits intercut with the old footage, showing various cast members trying to flee to safety, the fate of most of which is still unknown.
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‘Arrow’ Adds Former ‘Lost’ Star Michael Emerson in Season 6

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‘Arrow’ Adds Former ‘Lost’ Star Michael Emerson in Season 6
Michael Emerson, best known from his work on “Lost” and “Person of Interest,” is joining the cast of “Arrow” in its sixth season, it was announced during the show’s panel at Comic-Con Saturday. CW/Warner Bros. is keeping info about his character a secret for the time being — not even revealing his name, only that he will be recurring. The new season will also see the return of guest star David Nykl (who plays Oliver Queen’s friend/mentor/nemesis, Anatoly Knyazev). Based on the DC characters, the series is executive produced by Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg,
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Danny Trejo Is Coming to 'The Flash,' Michael Emerson Joins 'Arrow' & More CW Superhero Casting News!

Danny Trejo Is Coming to 'The Flash,' Michael Emerson Joins 'Arrow' & More CW Superhero Casting News!
The CW’s slate of DC Comics shows is expanding once again this fall, with the introduction of Black Lightning, but Cress Williams and his super family aren’t the only new faces in town!

The network announced several casting updates at Comic-Con on Saturday, including the introduction of Dexter star James Remar and Bates Motel’s Damon Gupton as Black Lightning series regulars.

Remar will play Peter Gambi, father figure, mentor and tailor to Jefferson Pierce (Williams), while Gupton will play Inspector Henderson, a high-ranking detective who becomes an unlikely ally of Black Lightning.

Elsewhere in the DC television ‘verse, Lost and Person of Interest star Michael Emerson will be joining Arrow in a mysterious recurring role. Fan favorite David Nykl is also set to return as Oliver’s Bratva mentor, Anatoly Knyazev.

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‘Arrow’: ‘Lost’ Star Michael Emerson To Recur In Season 6; David Nykl Returns, Watch Trailer — Comic-Con

Michael Emerson is heading to Starling City. During the Comic-Con presentation of the CW/DC series Arrow, it was announced that the Lost and Person of Interest alum is set to recur in the upcoming sixth season, which also will see the return of David Nykl, who plays Anatoly Knyazev, the friend/nemesis of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell). No word yet on who Emerson is playing, which means it’s not known if he’ll be on Team Arrow. The show previously had announced two new Arrow
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Arrow Season 6: Person of Interest's Michael Emerson Cast in Mystery Role

Arrow Season 6: Person of Interest's Michael Emerson Cast in Mystery Role
Michael Emerson seems poised to do a real number on the Green Arrow.

The Person of Interest and Lost alum is joining the CW series for Season 6 in the recurring role of… an unnamed mystery character that has yet to be announced. Hmm.

In addition to his runs as Harold Finch and the equally enigmatic Benjamin Linus, Emerson’s previous TV credits include Parenthood and The Practice.
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‘Lost’ Alum Michael Emerson Joins ‘Arrow’ Season 6, More CW Casting News

‘Lost’ Alum Michael Emerson Joins ‘Arrow’ Season 6, More CW Casting News
Michael Emerson has been cast for the sixth season of “Arrow.”

Emerson – known for his roles as Ben Linus in ABC’s “Lost” and as Harold Finch in CBS’ “Person of Interest” – will have a recurring role as an unnamed mystery character.

The “Arrow” panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday also announced that fan-favorite guest star David Nykl, who plays Oliver’s Russian friend-turned-nemesis Anatoly Knyazev, will also be returning for Season 6. Oliver and Anatoly departed on rocky terms the last time the two saw each other in Season 5.

Arrow” returns for its sixth season on Thursday, Oct. 12.

The Flash” also announced that they have cast Danny Trejo, Neil Sandilands, and Kim Engelbrecht for the CW show’s upcoming fourth season.

Trejo — known for roles in films like “Machete,” “From Dusk Till Dawn,” and “Spy Kids” — has signed on to play the role of Breacher, a feared bounty hunter from Earth-19 and the imposing father to
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‘Arrow’: Wendy Mericle Teases Felicity’s ‘Dark Night of the Soul’

‘Arrow’: Wendy Mericle Teases Felicity’s ‘Dark Night of the Soul’
Despite Team Arrow dealing its first major blow to Prometheus in the previous episode — by finally outing his identity as Adrian Chase (Josh Segarra) to the public — don’t count the meticulously prepared villain out yet.

The episode ends with Chase driving off into the night, covered in blood, whistling a tune even though his well-kept secret is out in the open. Executive producer Wendy Mericle told Variety that even though Chase wasn’t necessarily expecting something like this to happen, he still has a plan.

“Chase is a guy who can pivot on a dime,” Mericle said. “This might have been a surprise for him, but Chase is like a grandmaster at chess. He’s played out every possible move, and knows that regardless of what his opponent is going to do he’s got a plan.”

Variety spoke with Mericle about Chase’s plan going forward, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) getting in deeper with Helix
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