Arrow may seem a little shorthanded going into the Season 4 finale, but Season 5 may yet return the team to its full strength. Even as one hero remains six feet under, Arrow Season 5 will reportedly return Colton Haynes as Roy Harper for a number of episodes.
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‘Arrow’ enters the final four with a nuclear endgame “Genesis,” but does a friend of Constantine’s hold the key to Oliver’s inner good guy? Does someone in the Diggle family tree get cut down to size? Find out in our full review!
Seasons 3 and 4 of Arrow have conspicuously scuttled off any and all characters related to DC’s upcoming Suicide Squad, to the point several past figures have been referred to as “off the table.” Now, Season 4 might surprisingly return one of the series’ biggest antagonists, however briefly.
Arrow Season 4 certainly stepped up on villainy from the previous year with the addition of Neal McDonough’s Damien Darhk, but Season 5 will of course require a brand-new big bad to complete Oliver’s five-year saga. To wit, the first details of the new series regular villain have arrived, teasing a charming contemporary to Oliver with a tragic past and a propensity to snap a few necks.
‘Arrow’ returns for a grave hour with the fallout of a mystery “Canary Cry,” but who’s under the new mask, and what does it mean for Season 4’s endgame? Are you well-stocked on tissues? Find out in our full review!
Never quite reaching the pinnacle of its first two years, Arrow has nonetheless bounced back from Season 3 criticism in all but the series’ flashbacks, increasingly seen as a burden on the show. Now, producers acknowledge the difficulty of keeping Oliver’s past adventures relevant, promising the fifth season to have a more decisive plan in place, and potentially tipping to their location as well.
‘Arrow’ at long last answers the grave question at “Eleven-Fifty-Nine,” killing off a major character from the series’ beginning, but can it stick? Is the reveal a satisfying one? Find out in our full review!
Arrow Season 4 may not have revealed the mystery occupant of that grave flash-forward (fingers crossed, Wednesday!), but at least one cast member’s workload will only increase for Season 5. Following a terrific debut, Echo Kellum’s Curtis Holt will officially join Team Arrow for Season 5 as a series regular.
‘Arrow’ gets in a punny mood with the bee-themed “Beacon of Hope,” returning ‘Walking Dead’ star Emily Kinney’s Brie Larvan, but who else finally joined Team Arrow? Do we find out who’s in the dang grave, already? Find out in our full review!
Anyone following the current season of Arrow can tell you that Oliver and Felicity have had their ups and downs, while a recent photo from producer Marc Guggenheim swung decidedly up for the couple. Now, the latest synopsis for March 23 return “Broken Hearts” may finally explain that mysterious wedding photo, teasing an ominous end along the way.