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Colton Haynes Reveals Why He Really Left 'Arrow' In New Memoir

Colton Haynes Reveals Why He Really Left 'Arrow' In New Memoir

Colton Haynes is opening up about leaving Arrow.

The 33-year-old actor portrayed Roy Harper/Arsenal on the CW series, throughout it’s eight year run.

In his new memoir, “Miss Memory Lane,” he opened up about the real reasons why he departed from the show.

Find out what he revealed on the next slide…

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'The Flash' Will Become Longest Running DC Show On The CW, Passing 'Arrow'

'The Flash' Will Become Longest Running DC Show On The CW, Passing 'Arrow'

The Flash is on track to become the longest running Arrowverse show on The CW!

In case you missed the news, it was announced today (March 22) that the hit DC show has been renewed for a ninth season on the network.

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Stephen Amell Sends Love to 'Supergirl' Cast Ahead of Series Finale

Stephen Amell Sends Love to 'Supergirl' Cast Ahead of Series Finale

The Supergirl two-part series finale airs TONIGHT (November 9) on The CW!

Former Arrow star Stephen Amell shared a video message for the cast, and especially to star Melissa Benoist.

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Stephen Amell Gets Permanent 'Arrow' Tribute With New Arm Tattoo

Stephen Amell Gets Permanent 'Arrow' Tribute With New Arm Tattoo

Stephen Amell got a special new tattoo!

The 40-year-old Heels actor shared his latest tat, which pays tribute to his time on the hit CW series Arrow.

“Been thinking a lot recently about Arrow and the impact it had on my life. In order to move forward, I wanted to keep a gentle reminder,” Stephen captioned a photo of his new ink.

The actor of course starred in the series as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow from 2012-2020, as well as across the other Arrowverse shows.

Recently, Stephen opened up about how producer Greg Berlanti convinced him to stay on Arrow for more two more years.

It was recently announced that one of the actors from Arrow will be returning to their character in the upcoming season of The Flash. Find out who!

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'The Flash' Season 8 Crossover Event Will Feature The Return of These Arrowverse Actors!!

'The Flash' Season 8 Crossover Event Will Feature The Return of These Arrowverse Actors!!

New details on the upcoming The Flash crossover event have just been revealed!

As you may or many not know, the upcoming eighth season of the The CW series will kick off with a five-part crossover-like event, and we just found out which Arrowverse stars will be involved.

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Stephen Amell Reveals Greg Berlanti Convinced Him To Stay On 'Arrow' For Last 2 Seasons

Stephen Amell Reveals Greg Berlanti Convinced Him To Stay On 'Arrow' For Last 2 Seasons

Stephen Amell is opening up about when he was ready to hang up his Green Arrow hood.

In a recent episode of the Hero Nation podcast, the former Arrow star opened up about telling producer Greg Berlanti he thought it was time to end and how things had changed throughout the years on the show.

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Katherine McNamara Reacts to 'Green Arrow & The Canaries' Getting Passed On

Katherine McNamara Reacts to 'Green Arrow & The Canaries' Getting Passed On

Katherine McNamara is reacting to the sad news that Green Arrow and the Canaries is not moving forward.

On Friday (January 8), it was revealed that the Arrow spinoff was being passed on by The CW.

After the news was announced, Katherine took to Twitter to share her thoughts that her show has essentially been cancelled.

“Needless to say, I am heartbroken… would’ve loved to go on the journey with #MiaSmoak. Thanks to everyone for their love and support,” she shared, along with a photo.

Katherine was set to star in the series as Mia Smoak, the daughter of Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak. She was also taking over as the new Green Arrow, and fighting crime alongside Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy) and Dinah Drake (Juliana Harkavy) as The Canaries.

See what Katherine said about the pending series back in October.