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Ladies and gentlemen... we have an Olicity Alert!

The CW has released a new teaser for Arrow Season 3 - and while shots of Thea training under the tutelage of her father, along with Laurel being all bad ass and Peter Stormare appearing as Count Vertigo are intriguing... there's only one scene that matters in this promo.

It's of Oliver and Felicity kissing. EEEK!

Or at least starting to kiss. We do fear that the smooch so many fans have been clamoring for may be interrupted at the last second, but let's pretend otherwise for now and let's allow our fantasies to run wild:

Arrow Season 3 premieres Wednesday, October 8 at 8/7c on The CW.

Need to catch up before then? You can always watch Arrow online via TV Fanatic. Enjoy!

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Prepare yourselves, Team Olicity members.

The CW has unveiled the first promo for Arrow Season 3 and it features footage of THAT date, the one you've been waiting multiple season for.

We're also treated to a look at Roy Haper as Arsenal, along with the debut of Peter Stormare as Vertigo and Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer (aka The Atom).

Look for new obstacles to get into Oliver's way this fall, while the possibility of a new name for Starling City emerges and Felicity ends up all bloody. At whose hands?!?

Feast your eyes on the first footage now:

You can watch Arrow online via TV Fanatic if you need to catch up and you can prepare for the action to return anew on October 8.

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Plan your DVR and your fall vacation accordingly, CW fans:

The network has come out with its fall premiere date calendar, announcing the returns of many favorites and the debut of two new dramas.

When will Damon Salvatore, Oliver Queen, Klaus Mikaelson and company re-enter your living room? Scroll down and find out now!

CW shows

Thursday, October 2
8 p.m. The Vampire Diaries
9 p.m. Reign

Monday, October 6
8 p.m. The Originals

Tuesday, October 7
8 p.m. The Flash
9 p.m. Supernatural

Wednesday, October 8
8 p.m. Arrow
9 p.m. The Flash (Premiere Encore)

Monday, October 13
9 p.m. Jane the Virgin

Friday, October 17
9 p.m. America’s Next Top Model

Wednesday, October 22
9 p.m. The 100

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The CW became the final network this week to unveil its new fall schedule... though this one looks a lot like the old fall schedule.

Adding two new shows and only shifting around one returning series, the network will wait until midseason to air iZombie and The Messengers.

Also on hold? Beauty and the Beast and Hart of Dixie.

Scroll down for a look at The CW's fall lineup and set your DVR accordingly...

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8 p.m. The Originals
9 p.m. Jane the Virgin


8 p.m. The Flash 
9 p.m. Supernatural


8 p.m. Arrow
9 p.m. The 100


8 p.m. The Vampire Diaries
9 p.m. Reign


8 p.m. Whose Line Is It Anyway?
9 p.m. America’s Next Top Model

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The CW has given fans a reason to celebrate. Some very pretty and handsome reasons to celebrate, that is:

Five network dramas were just handed early renewals, with the lucky shows all guaranteed to be on The CW schedule next fall or spring including:

  • The Vampire Diaries
  • Arrow
  • Supernatural
  • The Originals
  • Reign
Men of The CW

Said CW President Mark Pedowitz in a statement:

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The CW taught viewers a few important lessons on Arrow Season 2 Episode 11. To wit:

Beware of mirakuru. As Roy found out on "Blind Spot," this power can cause one to nearly kill a prostitute-murdering attorney. It needs to be channeled.

Also, don't trust Brother Blood, who killed his own mother after learning she told Laurel everything.

And, finally, don't do drugs. Especially not pills that you steal and that get you arrested because you're getting too close to Blood and his connection to Cyrus Gold and then Slade has Officer Dealy take you into custody for possession.

Isn't that right, Laurel?

Trouble for Laurel

This development did lead to Oliver trying to help his beautiful friend… but those efforts just left him knocked out and Laurel taken hostage.

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All was revealed last night on Arrow Season 2 Episode 9.

Well, at least a lot of things we've been wanting to know for the past eight weeks on the CW, as Oliver found himself plagued by stress-related hallucinations.

It were these visions in Arrow Season 2 Episode 9 that gave viewers of the hit show more insight into his character and set up a big reveal at the end.

What was that? You'll have to find out for yourself!

All in all, the non-Christmas Christmas installment was the perfect setup for the second half of Arrow Season 2, and you can see it in full right here and now.

Click the picture to watch "Three Ghosts" ...

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Wednesday night on Arrow Season 2 Episode 8, fans of the hit CW series were introduced to Barry Allen, a.k.a. The Flash, played by Grant Gustin.

Suffice it to say, the fresh-faced Barry was quite intriguing to Felicity.

Meanwhile, in the penultimate installment of 2013, Moira dealt with two major issues in being reintroduced to Starling City society, and with what to tell Thea.

Finally, the Arrow himself was forced to take on a mystery intruder at Queen Consolidated who proved formidable to say the least. How did it all play out?

You can see for yourself. Watch Arrow Season 2 Episode 8 below:

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Last night in Arrow Season 2 Episode 7, in a flashback to the earthquake, we learned that The Count broke free from prison and would make his return.

Meanwhile, Moira's trial took center stage in an installment that wasn't the most action-packed, but will no doubt set a lot of things in motion going forward.

The major reveal involved Malcolm Merlyn, but we won't get into it now.

Instead, we invite you to check out the installment for yourself before drawing your own conclusions about what went down and what comes next.

To watch Arrow Season 2 Episode 7, just follow one easy link here:

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Batkid, a five-year old named Miles who was honored in San Francisco on Friday after winning a battle against leukemia, is inspiring a nation.

He's also giving Oliver Queen and company a well-needed break.

With the Internet abuzz over the Make-A-Wish Foundation actually turning the streets of this Bay Area into Gotham City for a few hours - replete with damsels in distress and a Batmobile - Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards, and David Ramsey are here to offer up their own thanks.

After all, with Batkid on the case, there are no criminals for the Arrow team to fight right now. And you know what that means? Food break!

Watch this adorable video from The CW now and join the show's cast in expressing gratitude to young Miles:

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