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Green Arrow TV showIt looks like The CW network may be sticking with known concepts next season. The network has ordered pilots for new shows based on Green Arrow, Sex and the City, and Beauty and the Beast.

Loosely based on the DC Comics character, Green Arrow will bring a new take on the classic superhero archer. The project will be executive produced by Greg Berlanti (Green Lantern), Marc Guggenheim (No Ordinary Family) and Andrew Kreisberg (The Vampire Diaries). First seen in the comics back in 1941, Green Arrow has appeared in several animated series over the years — most recently Cartoon Network’s Batman: The Brave and the Bold — and was played by Justin Hartley on The CW’s Smallville.

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The caped crusader is a force to be reckoned with on his own but, when Batman (Diedrich Bader) ventures beyond Gotham City limits and joins forces with other heroes, the villains don't stand a chance. Based on the printed DC Comics series, The Brave and the Bold, this animated show features Batman as he teams up with other heroes from the DC Universe.
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