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ARROW: Season 4, Episode 17: Beacon of Hope Extended Trailer [The CW]

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Arrow Beacon of Hope Trailer. The CW‘s Arrow Season 4, Episode 17: Beacon of Hope TV Show Trailer stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Katie Cassidy, and Willa Holland. With the arrival of Brie Larvan, guest star Emily Kinney, Team Arrow must face a villain with bio-tech that makes their skin crawl.

Kinney, well-known as the beloved Beth from The Walking Dead, will portray Brie Larvan aka The Bug-Eyed Bandit in Beacon of Hope. Brie escapes from jail and turns up at Palmer Tech threatening to kill everyone in the building unless she gets the bio-chip that was implanted in Felicity’s (Rickards) spine. Surely, both Felicity and her bestie Curtis Holt (Echo Kellum) will have something to say about that. Especially since Brie’s bizarre raid happens to endanger Mama Smoak (Charlotte Ross) as well. Source: Imdb.

The trailer gives us a glimpse of the bio-tech that Brie uses and it is creepy to say the least. Beware it may evoke certain phobias. Check out the extended trailer for Beacon of Hope:

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