Look up at the sky, is it a bird? No! Is it airplane? No, superheroes are back and better than ever in the new television series that brings action packed adventure to silver screen, Arrow. Arrow slams viewers with action-filled drama, intrigue and crime fighting scenes that were adapted from popular comics. This show was developed in American and is broadcasted on the beloved television network, home to many Emmy winning shows, The CW. This show was developed by producers: Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg. In addition to wonderful producers, writers, cameramen, network executives, etc-Arrow wouldn't be complete without the talented actors who portray many of the most well-known figures in comic book history. The cast includes the following talented actors: Paul Blackthorne, Susanna Thompson, Willa Holland, David Ramsey, Collin Donnell, Katie Cassidy and Stephen Amell.
The plot of this TV show is about a self-centered, egotistical and filthy rich billionaire, Oliver. One day Oliver decided to go in his yacht and go sailing, but this outing soon became a life or death ordeal when a large storm approached causing a brutal shipwreck that left Oliver stranded in a remote and deserted island. After five years, his friends and family thought that Oliver was dead and they started to forget about him-until he was found and rescued; soon to return home. His relieved and ecstatic mother along with Oliver's sister and his best friend sense that something is different about Oliver, but they can't exactly tell what it is, however they believe it has to do with his life changing ordeal.
Oliver knows exactly what is going on, but he decides to conceal it from his friends and his family. Oliver also wants to undo all of the damage that he caused when he was young, and Oliver also wants to make amends with those he hurt, especially his ex girlfriend, Lauren Lance.
However, Oliver must deal with something new-by day he is a normal man, but by night fall he turns into a superhero and plans to save society from evil. Arrow is a great show for the superhero and comic book fans.
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Arrow Full Episode Guide
- First Aired: December 04, 2013
Central City police scientist Barry Allen arrives to investigate a seemingly impossible robbery at Queen Consolidated's Applied Sciences Division. Reminiscent of another case back home, Barry offers to help Oliver and team with the investigation.
- First Aired: November 20, 2013
Oliver is worried when a mysterious illness strikes the city, affecting those closest to him. Oliver discovers Vertigo in Diggle's blood and realizes The Count has broken out of prison and is once again distributing his drug.
- First Aired: November 13, 2013
Amanda Waller sends A.R.G.U.S. agents to kidnap Diggle. Diggle reveals he's on his way to Russia to rescue Lyla. Oliver and Felicity decide to accompany him, but things get complicated when Isabel shows up on the tarmac and insists on joining Oliver's "work trip."
- First Aired: November 06, 2013
While Oliver tends to the Canary's wounds, he encourages her to talk about her past, but she refuses. She finally opens up after she and Oliver are attacked at the Queen mansion by a trained killer from the League of Assassins.
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