We have quotes this week that drop pop culture references to Blake Lively, Robocop, Skinemax (woowoo) and Santana - and that's just by Tuesday! Read on!
Posted in: TV Quotes
17 TV Characters Who Have Impeccable Style
From Olivia Pope and Lucious Lyon, to Danaerys Targaryen and Jessica Day, here are 17 TV characters who never fail to impress us with their impreccable on-screen style.
Posted in: Empire
Arrow Photo Preview: For Whom the Bell Tolls
It's no joke. Laurel Dinah Lance is gone. Check out the photos from Arrow Season 4 Episode 19 "Canary Cry" and see the aftermath for yourself.
Watch Arrow Online: Season 4 Episode 18
You need to watch Arrow Season 4 Episode 18 because it's the big reveal of who is in the grave. Are you ready for it? Probably not. But watch Arrow online now!
Arrow Review: Tragedy Strikes
On Arrow Season 4 Episode 18, the truth about Andy Diggle is revealed with devastating results, including the release of Darhk and 50 inmates from prison.
Arrow Round Table: Andy, the Disappointing Diggle
Felicity made a decision about her future as her nemesis returned on Arrow Season 4 Episode 17. Join the round table discussion to talk about it!
Arrow Photos: Laurel's Last Stand?
We have photos from Arrow Season 4 Episode 18, which focus on Malcolm, Thea and Laurel. And we're worried. Very worried. Why hold back now?
Arrow Promo: The End of an Era
Coming up on Arrow Season 4 Episode 18, it looks like Oliver might get caught between the Diggle brothers. How might that lead to someone's death? Watch the promo now!
Watch Arrow Online: Season 4 Episode 17
You need to watch Arrow Season 4 Episode 17 online via TV Fanatic. Brie Larvan is back and she's bee...ing a stinging pain in the bee...hind.
Arrow Review: Beacon of Hope
On Arrow Season 4 Episode 17, someone Felicity helped to put into jail returns to wreak havoc. In the end, she inspires Ms. Smoak to do some good. Read on!
Posted in: Reviews
Arrow Round Table: Court is in Session!
It was all about the lovelorn and court proceedings on Arrow Season 4 Episode 16, but did the audience have more broken hearts than the characters? Share you thoughts!
Posted in: Round Tables