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Green Arrow puts the team together in the new action-packed Arrow Season 5 trailer



Arrow stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, David Ramsey as John Diggle, Willa Holland as Thea Queen, Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak, John Barrowman as Malcom Merlyn, with Paul Blackthorne as Detective Lance.

The guest stars for Arrow Season 5 currently includes Rick Gonzalez (Rush, Mr. Robot) as Wild Dog,Josh Segarra as Vigilante, Madison McLaughli as Evelyn Sharp, Chad L. Coleman (The Walking Dead) in the villain role of Tobias Church, Joe Dinicol as mystical vigilante Ragman, and Wil Traval (Marvel’s Jessica Jones) as Human Target. Dolph Lundgren is also in the show and great to see him in this new trailer.

Here is the synopsis for the new season. Be warned, it has some spoilers for Season 4 if you are not up to date.

After Laurel’s death and the departures of both Diggle and Thea from Team Arrow, Oliver takes to the streets solo to protect Star City’s citizens as the Green Arrow. With Felicity guiding him from the bunker, Oliver is forced to deal with a city that has become overrun with both criminals and a slew of new (and painfully inexperienced) vigilantes. Watching Oliver try to balance his jobs as both the mayor and also the protector of Star City, Felicity suggests he form a new team, but Oliver resists. However, when a deadly new criminal, Tobias Church (guest star Chad L. Coleman), enters the picture, Oliver realizes the best thing for the city might be a new team of superheroes. Meanwhile, the flashbacks take us to Russia where Oliver faces off against the Bratva.

This is a great trailer and shows lots of action. Hopefully, the show is getting back to it’s leaner, meaner action roots that had been missing last season.

Oliver suits up for a new season of Arrow Wednesday, October 5 on The CW.


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