The CW releases key art: Stephen Amell and his abs as 'Arrow' and more

The CW's Fall 2012 season doesn't begin until October this year, but on Thursday, the network released the key art for its three new series, "Arrow," "Emily Owens M.D.," and "Beauty and the Beast."

The "Arrow" poster features Stephen Amell, who we're pretty sure wasn't born, but was actually designed in a laboratory specifically to play the role of the Green Arrow, Oliver Queen. Normal humans just don't have abs like that. The show airs Wednesdays beginning Oct. 10 at 8 p.m.

ARR_24x36_Posterj.jpg"Emily Owens M.D." stars Mamie Gummer as... you guessed it, Emily Owens, a first-year intern at a hospital in Denver. She's trying to invent herself, but when a couple of love interests and her high school nemesis show up, she finds it more difficult to shake off her geeky, awkward persona than she expected. The "Felicity"-esque series premieres Tuesday, Oct. 16 at 9 p.m.

EOM_24x36_Poster.jpgFinally, the "Beauty and the Beast" poster highlights The CW's sexy new version of the classic beastly character, played by newcomer Jay Ryan, with his partner-in-crime (solving it, specifically), Kristin Kreuk. We love the "How brave is your love?" tagline. Tune in October 11 right after "The Vampire Diaries" premieres.

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