• Actors David Ramsey, Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards, Paul Blackthorne, and Echo Kellum attend the 'Arrow' Special Video Presentation and Q&A during Comic-Con Comic-Con International 2016 at San Diego Convention Center on July 23, 2016 in San Diego, Ca

Actors David Ramsey, Stephen Amell, Emily Bett Rickards, Paul Blackthorne, and Echo Kellum attend the 'Arrow' Special Video Presentation and Q&A during Comic-Con Comic-Con International 2016 at San Diego Convention Center on July 23, 2016 in San Diego, Ca (Photo : Getty Images/ Matt Winkelmeyer)

Fall is coming, which means everyone's favorite TV shows are ready to return to the small screen. Among the hotly anticipated series is "Arrow" Season 5, which promises to go back to basics this year by focusing on street-level action.

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The world of Oliver Queen has expanded dramatically ever since "Arrow" premiered in 2011. From starting as Starling City's hooded vigilante, he went on to battle even bigger foes each season. But with Season 5 being a reboot season doesn't necessarily mean there will be a lack of colorful superheroes and villains. As a matter of fact, it has been confirmed that Artemis, Mr. Terrific and Wild Dog are going to make appearances in Season 5.

In "Arrow" Season 5, Oliver is going to be busy whipping into shape a new breed of vigilantes. Among the new additions to his crime-fighting squad is Echo Kellum, who's been cast as Curtis Holt a.k.a Mr. Terrific. As reported by Screen Rant, Kellum is enlisted as a series regular and his character will not become a hero overnight-he will develop into a crime fighter slowly as the series progresses.

Madison McLaughlin returns as Evelyn Sharp, whose alter-ego is Artemis. Rick Gonzalez is also on board as Wild Dog. While Artemis first debuted on the show in Season 4, Wild Dog is a new recruit. The character is described as "the one who gives [Oliver] the most trouble," but he will have his own moment of redemption eventually.

Photos of the new Team Arrow in full costume are making rounds on the internet. Wild Dog's and Mr. Terrific's costumes are receiving praise from fans for looking fairly close to the original comic book inspiration.

Oliver has a lot on his plate in season 5-his serving as Star City's mayor by day and his buffing up his team of vigilantes by night.

"He's gotta figure out what's really going to be his legacy and how he's going to honor what he set out to do, which is right his father's wrongs," executive producer Wendy Mericle told Collider about Oliver's inner struggles this season.

Season 5 is also going to introduce more than one nemesis, too. Fans will finally get to see the Bratva. There's also Triad and Los Halcones.

"We're excited, this year we've gone back to the real criminal underworld of Star City. We'll be dealing a lot with the criminal underworld and the kind of gangs and mobs that are there," Mericle added.

"Arrow" Season 5 premiers on Oct. 5 at The CW.