The CW welcomes Robbie and Stephen Amell for 'Arrow' and 'The Tomorrow People' this fall




The CW understands the value of hotness. That's probably while they're in the Amell business -- cousins Stephen Amell and Robbie Amell will star in "Arrow" and "The Tomorrow People," respectively. A video featuring each of the men shows just how hot Wednesday nights will be on the network. Click the link below to watch the new, hot video.

Watch the CW's Amell-full video here.

Stephen Amell is the better known of the two Canadian cousins. He plays the lead role of Oliver Queen on the comic book-based show, "Arrow," The CW's big fall hit.

Meanwhile, Robbie Amell isn't quite as well known. Although he has appeared in several guest roles over the past few years, his most prominent part was as the President's daughter's baby-daddy in NBC's comedy, "1600 Penn." In the fall, Amell will play the lead role of Stephen in "The Tomorrow People." An updated version of a 1970s British sci-fi show, "Tomorrow People" focuses on a group of young men and women with super powers that may represent the next stage in human evolution.

As the video's host makes it clear, Wednesdays on The CW are going to be about "super hotties with super powers."

"The Tomorrow People" and "Arrow" will premiere their first and second seasons this fall on The CW.

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