'Arrow': Oliver Learns the Bunker Has Been Comprised in New Clip

The CW has released a new clip for 'Divided', tonight's midseason premiere of Arrow.The clip shows [...]

The CW has released a new clip for "Divided", tonight's midseason premiere of Arrow.

The clip shows Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) meeting with John Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) in a secret location. As they explain, Team Arrow's bunker has been compromised, as they found a surveillance bug planted by Laurel Lance/Black Siren (Katie Cassidy).

The episode will see the conflict against Siren, Cayden James (Michael Emerson), and the rest of the newfound team of villains continue. And judging by the previous bits of promotional material, that fight won't necessarily go well.

"It's like an axis of evil on the show," Emerson recently told ComicBook.com. "It's fun because all these characters are so different, one from another, that they live up to the breadth and specificity of good comic characters, but it's fun and a little thrilling to see them embodied by real humans with different ways of talking, dialects, or physical carriage, different styles."

"It's good that way, and I have especially enjoyed these last couple of episodes I've found where we are all together a lot, because it is such a swell bunch of smart, funny actors," Emerson continued. "We have so much to gab about between scenes. In a way, that axis of evil is my Arrow family in a way. We're all on the same boat, too. Kind of in the hierarchy of a TV cast, we are the spicy guest players."

And as the season-long fight wages on, Arrow fans can expect to discover more about the show's roster of villains -- especially James.

"We've got some very, I think, unexpected things coming up with Michael's character," executive producer Marc Guggenheim recently told ComicBook.com. "But I think the key to any villain is their motivation. I think you'll start to see, in the early episodes once we come back from the break, a little bit more about what Cayden James is motivated by. You learned a bit about his son. There's more to that story. There's actually a lot more to that story."

Arrow airs Thursdays at 9/8c on The CW.