Now that Arrow has confirmed one of its most enduring players will be back for Season 6 full-time, it’s worth wondering whether the main cast is untouchable. Every season has its deaths, but according to executive producer Marc Guggenheim, there’s at least one member of Team Arrow who gets a lifetime pass, and it isn’t Oliver Queen.
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Arrow didn’t make Laurel’s Season 5 return terribly difficult to figure out, and won’t keep you in suspense for Season 6, either. Not only is Katie Cassidy coming back for the final Season 5 episodes, but Laurel Lance will be back full-time in Season 6, singing her Black Siren-song.
Anyone following Arrow at fan conventions in the last few years will recognize one very specific question: “Will Felicity ever suit up and become a vigilante?” Well, get ready, as some new concept art from the penultimate Legends of Tomorrow episode sees “Doomworld” bringing us just that.
‘Arrow’ Season 5 lowers Oliver’s “Kapiushon” with a deathly reveal that re-contextualizes the entire series for a razor-sharp, Russia-centric hour. Where do we go from here, with Prometheus’ or Kovar’s endgames? Find out in our full review!
Whether or not Arrow abandons its flashback device altogether after Season 5, the upcoming episodes will inevitably return Oliver Queen to the bearded castaway we first saw in the 2012 pilot. To wit, star Stephen Amell is now teasing the return of a familiar foe, albeit with a deathly familiar stroke.
‘Arrow’ Season 5 moves into “Checkmate” position with Prometheus and Talia al Ghul, but was Chase better served as Oliver’s ally? And what of Vigilante, or Felicity’s increasingly downward Helix spiral? Find out in our full review!
At long last, Arrow finally revealed the face under Prometheus’ hood with Wednesday’s “Fighting Fire With Fire,” in the process casting doubt on who many expected as DC’s Vigilante. That hasn’t stopped fan theories from churning, but it seems producers may have punted the question of Vigilante’s identity to Season 6.
‘Arrow’ Season 5 finally unmasks Prometheus as it begins “Fighting Fire With Fire,” but is the big reveal both *too* obvious, and not obvious enough? And where’s Vigilante in all of this? Find out in our full review!
The logistics of getting Supergirl to interact with Arrow or The Flash are never easy, but fans have often wondered if the “Earth-1” we follow has a doppelganger Kara Zor-El out there, or if Supergirl’s universe might have an Oliver Queen to facilitate easier appearances. Sadly, producers have shot down that particular brand of crossover, citing the “floodgates of insanity” it might open.
Exciting though it was to have Supergirl, Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow teaming up for a four-way crossover, many were disappointed to find said “Invasion!” only taking place in three parts. Supergirl got the short end of the stick with an otherwise-unrelated episode, but producers hope to rectify that for the next big crossover event.