New trailers have arrived for The CW’s comic book series, as Sky confirms that The Flash and Arrow Season 3 return to UK TV from 10th February.
The Flash resumes in the UK on Tuesday 10th February and The CW have a simple formula for Season 1’s second half: continue throwing bad guys at Barry.
“So many villains, nothing but time”, promises the trailer, which is even dubbed “Revenge of the Rogues”. The most exciting, though, is surely Mark Hamill, who continues his welcome return to screen acting (after years of top-notch animated superhero turns) as a copy-cat of The Trickster, a role his once played in a short-lived Flash TV show years ago.
Also, in the line-up is Dexter’s Devon Graye, notes THR.
Arrow Season 3 Part 2’s UK air date is Thursday 12th February, when we finally see the conclusion of a literal cliffhanger featuring Ra’s al Ghul.
If that episode was the best of the series yet, then Arrow only plans to get bigger: in this new behind-the-scenes trailer, Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim reveals that they are about to embark on a three-part trilogy featuring Danny ‘Brick’ Brickwell – a showcase for their recently announced casting of Vinnie Jones as the tough guy.
“Together, we are going to take over the glades,” he promises. This might actually be the best role of his career.
Arrow and The Flash will both be available to watch online through NOW TV. Sky’s contract-free service costs £6.99 a month for live streaming of Sky TV channels (including Girls Season 4 and new series Ascension and Fortitude) and FOX TV, with shows available to catch up on-demand. For more information, click here.
Update: Another new, combined trailer for Arrow and The Flash has been released, complete with a look at the Black Canary.
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