Last night’s series premiere for the new superhero show Arrow was a big win for The CW, giving the network its best ratings in three years. As such, it sounds like Arrow will be sticking around for quite some time. In case you weren’t one of the 4 million people that tuned in, The CW has now posted the full pilot online. It sounds like the show was a hit with fans of the comics, and we already know that producers will be bringing in a number of familiar DC Comics characters throughout the show’s run, with Deadshot and China White already poised to appear very, very soon.
Hit the jump to check out the pilot, and be sure to check out our interviews with stars Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen) and Katie Cassidy (Laurel Lance) as well as producers Andrew Kriesberg and Marc Guggenheim. Arrow airs on Wednesday nights on The CW.
Currently no embed is available for the pilot episode, but click on the image below to watch it on The CW’s website.
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