Season 3: My name is Oliver Queen. After five years in hell, I have come home with only one goal--to save my city. Now others have joined my crusade. To them, I am Oliver Queen. To the rest of Starling City, I am someone else. I am something else.

Season 1: My name is Oliver Queen. For five years I was stranded on an island with only one goal. Survive. Now I will fulfill my father's dying wish. To use the list of names he left me and bring down those who are poisoning my city. To do this, I must become someone else. I must become... something else.

Arrow is a modern retelling of the adventures of legendary DC hero Green Arrow. Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg are the writers and executive producers.

Episode Info

Prev: 4x23 -- Schism (May/25/2016)

Stephen AmellStephen Amell
As Oliver Queen / Green Arrow
Stephen AmellStephen Amell
As Oliver Queen / Green Arrow
Katie CassidyKatie Cassidy
As Laurel Lance
Willa HollandWilla Holland
As Thea Queen
Emily Bett RickardsEmily Bett Rickards
As Felicity Smoak (season 2+, recurring previously)
Paul BlackthornePaul Blackthorne
As Detective Quentin Lance
John BarrowmanJohn Barrowman
As Malcolm Merlyn (season 3+)
John BarrowmanJohn Barrowman
As Malcolm Merlyn (season 3+)
Colton HaynesColton Haynes
As Roy Harper (season 2-3)
Colton HaynesColton Haynes
As Roy Harper (season 2-3)



Reviews: 1
Great show!Rating: 2 likes, 2 dislikes

Really enjoying the show. The acting is light years ahead of Smallville. Only thing I wish they had was C.C.H. Pounder to play Amanda Waller like the she did for the Justice League animated series. Read more

Review posted on Thursday, May 15th 2014 at 12:18 am


Reviews: 2
Rating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes

Arrow it's was a great tv show though it's anything but faithful to comics. The first season it's 7/10, the second season it's 9/10, really good! But now it comes the third season... and it's a real shame, it doesn't seem like it's the same tv series, though they go on on doing the same stories every single time with some changes, it's very cliche. If you like Batman maybe you're gonna love this show, hate it haha since Oliver here it's pretty much Batman (they try at least) even the badguys Read more

Review posted on Tuesday, July 5th 2016 at 7:02 pm


Reviews: 8
Boring and unrealisticRating: 0 likes, 17 dislikes

How this series rates 8.8 out of 10 totally has me lost. A spoiled rich kid back from death after being stranded on an island for 5 years after being ship wrecked. He comes back home as some kind of fake looking Green Hornet. If any series needs to be cancelled, this is one of them. Read more

Review posted on Saturday, April 13th 2013 at 2:13 am

4 reviews available
4x23: Schism recap: Damien sends Curtis falling across the room, and then pulls Donna to him. He says that he's going to destroy the world anyway, and Felicity can choose between his killing Donna painfully, or her dying instantly in nuclear fire. Before Felicity can respond, Green Arrow and Spartan come in through the windows and open fire. Damien easily stops the first arrow and says that he's powered by the deaths of millions of soul. Ghosts come in and open fire, and the two heroes take cover and fire back... read more.

4x22: Lost in the Flood recap: Green Arrow and Spartan shoot at Damien, but the missiles dissolve in mid-air. Damien says that he's human but better, and uses his newly powered magic to slam the two heroes down. He then pulls the oxygen out of their bodies, but says that he's going to regain control of Rubicon and let them burn. Once Damien leaves, the heroes get out of the collapsing chamber just in time... read more.

4x20: Genesis recap: The two members of the Hive Council, Phaedra Nixon and Milo Armitage, meet with Damien. While they wait, they discuss what to do with Damien now that he's escaped. Milo insists that he's created a contingency, just as Damien arrives with Malcolm, Damien, and Murmur. Damien points out that Malcolm has told him what the Council did to him, and he says that he had a lot of time to consider things. He asks if his imprisonment delayed Genesis, and Milo assures him that it didn't. Satisfied, Damien asks why he needs them. Milo fires at him, and Damien magically catches the bullet and sends it back into Milo's head. Damien kills Phaedra and tells the members watching on the cameras that it's time to begin Genesis... read more.

4x19: Canary Cry recap: May 2013.. read more.

4x18: Eleven-Fifty-Nine recap: At the Diggle apartment, Andy opens a safe and takes out a gun. Diggle comes in and asks what his brother is doing, and Andy says that he didn't want to wake Sara up. He says that Hive knows that he's alive and Malcolm reached out to him. Andy explains that Malcolm works with Damien know and apologizes for not telling Diggle sooner. He figures that there's some friction between Damien and Hive because they're not breaking him out, and Malcolm wants Andy to help hijack a shipment of DoD Paveway missiles going through Pennytown the next night. He asks Diggle what he does... read more.
Recurring Guests

Caity Lotz as Black Canary (55 eps)
Keri Adams as Bethany Snow (35 eps)
Karl Yune as Maseo Yamashiro (32 eps)
Celina Jade as Shado (32 eps)
Neal McDonough as Damien Dahrk (31 eps)
Audrey Marie Anderson as Lyla Michaels (31 eps)
Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer / Atom (31 eps)
Marrett Green as TV Anchorman (28 eps)
John Barrowman as Well-Dressed Man (28 eps)
Elysia Rotaru as Taiana (28 eps)

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Network: CW ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Super Heroes
Status: On Hiatus
Airs: Wednesdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 10, 2012
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