Watch "Arrow" Thursdays at 9 p.m. on The CW San Diego.
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — The longest running superhero program on the CW network, "Arrow" premieres on Thursday at 9 p.m.
News 8's Eric Kahnert recently met up with the cast to find out what we can expect from season six.
Stephen Amell - who plays Arrow - says the program's success comes from the dedicated group of actors and writers on the show.
"You're going to find some fantastical elements on other super hero shows, we try and keep ours grounded," said Amell.
"Everyone brings their A-game," added "Arrow" producer Marc Guggenheim. "The show looks like a movie every week, [with] incredibly high production value and amazing actors as you're seeing."
See the season six trailer for "Arrow" below.
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