Arrow

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Sworn to fight crime and corruption in his city, Oliver Queen (aka The Arrow) – with the help of his iron-fisted right hand, John Diggle, the tech-savvy Felicity Smoak and newest member of the team, Roy Harper – narrowly defeated the vengeful Slade Wilson (aka Deathstroke), his onetime ally and mentor. But Season Three brings another lethal face from his past – Ra’s Al Ghul!
Starring
Stephen AmellKatie CassidyDavid Ramsey
Genres
DramaAction
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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  1. 1. The Calm
    October 7, 2014
    43min
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    In the season three premiere, Oliver searches for an identity beyond the Arrow. But the moment, he takes his eye off the ball, a new villain emerges, pressing him back into action.
  2. 2. Sara
    October 14, 2014
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    Lance calls on the Arrow, when another archer appears in town, who goes by the name Komodo (guest star MATT WARD). COLIN DONNELL also returns as Tommy Merlyn in a flashback.
  3. 3. Corto Maltese
    October 21, 2014
    43min
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    Oliver (STEPHEN AMELL) searches for Thea (WILLA HOLLAND) in Corto Maltese, while Diggle (DAVID RAMSEY) tracks down a rogue field operative Mark Shaw (guest star DAVID CUBITT).
  4. 4. The Magician
    October 28, 2014
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    Oliver and Nyssa al Ghul (KATRINA LAW) join forces to go after the Dark Archer, intent on bringing Sara’s killer to justice. And Ra’s al Ghul (MATT NABLE) makes his entrance.
  5. 5. The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak
    November 4, 2014
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    When a cyber attack brings Starling City to its knees, Oliver and Felicity are pushed to their limits to contain the destruction. And Felicity’s mom stops by for a surprise visit.
  6. 6. Guilty
    November 11, 2014
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    After a body is found strung up in the Wildcat gym, and Ted Grant (guest star J.R. RAMIREZ) becomes the main suspect, Oliver and Laurel argue over his innocence.
  7. 7. Draw Back Your Bow
    November 18, 2014
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    Oliver must stop an Arrow-obsessed serial killer, Carrie Cutter (AMY GUMENICK), who is convinced that The Arrow is her one true love and will stop at nothing to get his attention.
  8. 8. The Brave and the Bold
    December 2, 2014
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    With boomerang-wielding killer Digger Harkness (NICK E. TARABAY) targeting Lyla and A.R.G.U.S. agents, Oliver enlists the help of his old friend, The Flash (GRANT GUSTIN).
  9. 9. The Climb
    December 9, 2014
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    Nyssa returns to Starling City and tells Oliver that her father, Ra’s al Ghul has given the Arrow 48 hours to find Sara’s killer before he unleashes the League of Assassins.
  10. 10. Left Behind
    January 20, 2015
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    In the aftermath of Oliver’s fight with Ra’s al Ghul, Diggle & Arsenal continue to protect the city in the Arrow’s absence. But the team begins to fear the worst for their friend.
  11. 11. Midnight City
    January 27, 2015
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    Arsenal & Diggle confront Laurel about fighting crime, warning her to stop before she gets herself killed. But, when Brick (VINNIE JONES) attacks the city, it’s all suits on deck.
  12. 12. Uprising
    February 3, 2015
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    Still operating without Oliver and desperate to stop Brick, Team Arrow considers an offer by Malcolm to help shut Brick down – as Merlyn has a score to settle with the felon.
  13. 13. Canaries
    February 10, 2015
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    Oliver is thrown by the changes within Team Arrow. And Vertigo (guest star PETER STORMARE) returns and pits Canary against Black Canary.
  14. 14. The Return
    February 17, 2015
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    Malcolm puts Oliver and Thea in a dangerous situation that lands them on Lian Yu with Oliver’s former enemy, Deathstroke (guest star MANU BENNETT).
  15. 15. Nanda Parbat
    February 24, 2015
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    Oliver considers saving Malcolm Merlyn when he’s captured by Ra’s al Ghul and taken to Nanda Parbat. And Ray is obsessed with finishing the Atom suit – to Felicity’s dismay.
  16. 16. The Offer
    March 17, 2015
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    Still weighed down by his last meeting with Ra’s al Ghul, Oliver returns home to find a new villain (ADRIAN GLYNN McMORRAN) and his crew have started terrorizing Starling City.
  17. 17. Suicidal Tendencies
    March 24, 2015
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    It’s celebration time as Diggle and Lyla get married, but their honeymoon is cut short by another mission for the Suicide Squad – now including Cupid (AMY GUMENICK).
  18. 18. Public Enemy
    March 31, 2015
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    After an attack on the Mayor’s office leaves Ray critically injured, Oliver and Team Arrow try to find the culprit, but things heat up when Ra’s al Ghul kidnaps Capt. Lance.
  19. 19. Broken Arrow
    April 14, 2015
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    Oliver keeps a low profile to avoid Lance, but when a meta-human known as Deathbolt (guest star DOUG JONES) starts terrorizing Starling City, Oliver asks Ray for help.
  20. 20. The Fallen
    April 21, 2015
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    Ra’s al Ghul finally makes Oliver an offer he can’t refuse. The team follows Oliver back to Nanda Parbat where a heartbroken Felicity decides to take matters into her own hands.
  21. 21. Al Sah-him
    April 28, 2015
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    As Oliver goes through a rigorous transformation, the League of Assassins sets their sights on Nyssa, who prepares to fight them alone, until Laurel intervenes.
  22. 22. This is Your Sword
    May 5, 2015
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    As Oliver finishes his final training as Al Sah-him to become the next Ra’s al Ghul, Malcolm makes a surprising offer to Team Arrow. And Roy reunites with Thea.
  23. 23. My Name is Oliver Queen
    May 12, 2015
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    Ra’s al Ghul puts forth his final plan in the season finale, while Oliver ponders his new role and what it will mean for everyone on Team Arrow – and his soul.

Bonus (1)

  1. Bonus: Arrow Season 3: Trailer
    September 8, 2014
    2min
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    An extended look at the trailer for Arrow Season 3.

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Supporting actors
Willa HollandEmily Bett RickardsColton HaynesJohn BarrowmanPaul Blackthorne
Producers
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Season year
2015
Network
The CW
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MacJunegrandReviewed in the United States on October 11, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Ignore the naysayers (from someone who used to be one)
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Season 3 of Arrow is infamous for being of lower quality than the previous two (I'm only discussing this season, if you want to know about the show itself, you should definitely start with the first one), due to the original lead writer moving to The Flash and characters suffering from bad changes and general lack of progression. I used to think like that the first time I watched it. Gladly, I purchased the Blu Ray and watched it again, and I have to say, the first impressions don't do this season justice AT ALL.

This season severely benefits from binge-watching, since you'll be less likely to forget plot points and details that you might lose if watching on TV schedule. Another thing that benefits it are repeated viewings, since you will start noticing nuances you wouldn't have seen the first time. In fact, upon my second viewing I realized the attention to detail and subtle foreshadowing for this season is only rivaled by Arrested Development.

Season 3 of the show kicks off with the eponymous character and his team being on the receiving end of the city's favor, but things quickly turn dark once one of their allies is murdered, which kickstarts Oliver's confrontation with one of the most fearless and determined foes from the DC universe: Ra's Al Ghul, and his League of Assassins, whose end goal turns the city against the Arrow. Meanwhile, Oliver's personal life is turned complicated with the arrival of Ray Palmer, who takes posession of his company and is a rival for his love interest. Curiously, though, Palmer also holds a certain interest for costumed justice.

The season's overaching plot is one of the most interesting yet, as Oliver is pitted against a foe who's his superior in physical and mental strength, but also makes him question his resolve and his legacy. This is all wonderfully complemented by the acting, which is great all around. Stephen Amell has played Oliver Queen since the beginning as a man with almost lost humanity, who's become emotionally distant and finds it hard to express his emotions, and, unfortunately, this has translated as people thinking he doesn't have acting chops. On the contrary, every time something so powerful occurs that forces Oliver's emotions to come out, Amell does a fantastic job. Look at the scene where he's convinced he's going to lose the love of his sister forever or the one where he hears his friend has died and he sells those expressions so well you will feel the pain inside you as if it all was happening to you.

While mostly all of the other characters do a good job too, major props should be offered to Matt Nable as Ra's Al Ghul. He might be off-putting at first for fans of the source material, since he really doesn't look much like the character he's playing, but only one episode in and you'll realize he IS Ra's Al Ghul and those doubts will dissipate forever.

All in all, this season does a great job in moving the story forward and evolving the characters. Don't let some bad opinions keep you from it. And if you saw it before and didn't think much of it, give it a second chance. It gets better.
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HAMLETReviewed in the United States on June 15, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
'My Name Is Oliver Queen. I Am Someone Else. I Am Something Else.' A Quiver-ful Of Fun.
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After the shocking events at the end of season two, Arrow returns with a vengeance, and the stakes are even higher for Team Arrow. There are plenty of surprises in store this season, including a fun crossover with The Flash (continued from the eighth episode of that series), and some unexpected twists. Binge-watch the episodes. That is the best way to get the complete Arrow experience, either On Demand or Blu-Ray or DVD.

Of the special features, I have only watched the deleted scenes and the gag reel. The deleted scenes sadly don't amount to much, neither is there commentary from the producers and directors to justify their decision to exclude them, though the final cuts of the episodes are excellent.
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AmyReviewed in the United States on July 13, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Excellent series - can't stop watching.
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I'm still only about 3/4 of the way through the season, but I have not been disappointed so far. I have faith that the end of the season will not disappoint. This season, especially has provided ample amounts of action, drama and edge of your seat suspense. I've never read a single Green Arrow comic to know how true to the comics the story line plays. I am not particularly a fan of DC comics in general, so I wasn't sure when I started season 1 that I would like this show. But I've been caught with the dilemma of getting some sleep and watching one more episode almost every time I watch. I'm sure the comic fanboys (and girls) will say that there are inaccuracies between the comics and the show. There have been a couple things that I'm not sure if I've missed or if they haven't explained (for instance where Oliver is getting his money this season) but it's fiction... I can let it slide.

I think that overall this show is great and can be enjoyed by both the comic fandom and those who don't follow the comics as well.
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J. SwetenReviewed in the United States on May 16, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Loved every minute!
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I know that this season was not as well-received as the past two, but I still loved it. There was a lot of character development (especially for Oliver), just enough romance to satisfy without getting syrupy, and plenty of the action we love (with some awesome plot twists). The writers really set up the opportunity for the next season to go anywhere at all. They, and other critics, have said (and I agree) that the season finale could have very well served as a series finale if they had wanted to end it here.

My last comment has spoilers, so don't read ahead if you don't want to know!

WARNING: SPOILERS!!!!
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AND YAY, Oliver finally chooses to be with Felicity, and he FINALLY gets to be happy!

At least, for a little while...
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lindaReviewed in the United States on March 30, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Arrow and The Flash are the top of my list and by far the better than everything else
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Out of all supernatural, Sci-Fi, action hero, effects and imagination packed series that I have seen produced lately, Arrow and The Flash are the top of my list and by far better than everything else. I actually only like these two. Interesting, pleasant for the eye with the amazing outfits, equipment, weapons, fighting scenes and sets, although using comics as they're basis for the story line, they have taken them further, to another dimension. There is a lot of imagination, amazing creativity and tasteful choices in them.
I also think Arrow without Stephen Amell and The Flash without Grant Gustin, wouldn't be close as good as they are. In fact the two of them bring them to life.
Then there is the rest of their respective crews adding to the cast strength. I can hardly wait for the next seasons.
Arrow always brings a twist, never boring and never fading from season to season. It has successfully pushed to three so far.
I have mentioned both series although Arrow was and still is my "fist love" because The Flash has a similar effect on me and leaves me with similar impressions.
peg a legReviewed in the United States on April 4, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
ARROW will grab your attention and keep it!
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ARROW is one of the best TV shows going! I am a sixty- four year old woman who is not easily impressed with TV shows, and have never been into comic book heroes. But, because of my son's urging, who grew up collecting comic books, I gave this show a chance. And I'm so glad I did because it is now one of my two favorites. (The other being WALKING DEAD, which is a different genre.) ARROW has interesting and very engaging story lines with surprising twists and turns, lots and lots of great action, wonderful actors portraying interesting characters, and even romance and star-crossed lovers. I have actually stayed up to four o'clock in the morning watching episode after episode, like reading a good book I simply couldn't put down! I congratulate the writers who are talented enough to create something so appealing to adults of any age. I will mourn the day this show has to end, which I hope is a long time away. I recommend ARROW to everyone.
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Elijah StephensReviewed in the United States on September 21, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Just simply an awsome show
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Has to be one of the best shows I have watched in a long time. I by mistake started watching season 1 on netflix, and was so caught up in the story after a while. I was glad I made the mistake. After I got through the end up season 2, I was had. I had to find season 3 so I purchased it on Amazon. This is a really great show and it has something for everyone. If you like suspense the show from the beginning is basically playing out 2 different stories at the same time in 2 different places. If you like action there is plenty of that. There is plenty of drama in that takes place in the show as well and some romance. Just be aware. I recommend going through and watching season one and two first. Just be away once you turn on that first episode you will be captivated and your day is going to go down the drain because you will be stuck in from of that tv watching it all day. The story line is well thought out and acted out, and you will always be wanting more.
JenniferReviewed in the United States on July 26, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
Super Hero TV at it's best
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Even if you are not a super hero nerd this is and excellent show. If you are a super hero nerd then you are probably already watching it. This show has everything that you need for entertainment. Action, Romance, and hot guys with their shirts off for absolutely no reason (not complaining) tie this show together and then throw in snappy dialog and cool plots and you have Arrow. The character is dark and brutal and like a I said he loves to take his shirt off for no reason. But it's so great. The show does a good job of following the original comic and developing the characters in a way that is really interesting. I can only hope that TV continues to put out more comic book based shows. And lastly, I love how it is tied into the Flash... yeah sorry, Im a nerd.
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