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ARROW: Season 3, Episode 10: Left Behind TV Show Trailer


Trailer for The CW‘s Arrow episode Left Behind. The Queen is dead! Continuing the 2015 winter break trend, Arrow capped off season 3.1 with the death of about as major a character as the series has to offer. Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) may have been left cold, on a cliff face, but someone may have him in mind, while observing local recycling laws. Whatever the case, suffice to say, The Arrow will be MIA for the moment.

‘Left Behind,’ then, are the rest of Team Arrow; with Diggs & Roy (David Ramsey, Colton Haynes) attempting to keep the shadow of The Arrow cast upon the city, while Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) plays Igor to Ray Palmer’s (Brandon Routh) pursuit of his miracle suit.

Team Arrow getting the obit from Merlyn (John Barrowman) likely adds insult to injury; but Malcom may have his own problems, in the form of Sith apprentice, Thea (Willa Holland). Subs, Diggs & Roy, meanwhile, have their work cut out for them, as Danny Brickwell, aka Brick (Vinnie Jones), comes to town, intent on taking The Glades by storm – Arrow, or no Arrow (no Arrow, in this case; but he doesn’t know that).

Ray Palmer may not be the only one trying on a new power suit, for season 3.2. Even as The Arrow subs try to fill in for one fallen hero, another gets resurrected for cavalry duty.

‘Left Behind’ also features Katie Cassidy, Willa Holland, Paul Blackthorne, Shaun Smyth, Billy Wickman, and J.C. Williams. It airs Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 8:00pm EST, on The CW.

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Source: EOnline

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