“We are heartened by the fact that Arrow has birthed an entire universe of shows that will continue for many years to come. We are excited about crafting a conclusion that honors the show, its characters, and its legacy.”
The final season of the television series Arrow premiered on The CW on October 15, 2019, and it is said to consist of 10 episodes, in which the last chapter is ” Crisis of Infinite Earths’. The series is based on the character Green Arrow (Stephen Amelle), who is a costumed vigilante who hunts for killing criminals. Oliver Queen, known as Green Arrow, is an archer who uses his excellent skills to fight the crimes in Star City. Green Arrow is often found with a bow and arrow, which has special functions like explosive-tips, flash-grenade, tear gas, and grappling hooks. The DC universe voiced him as a left-wing character who believes that there are unjustified inequalities that need to be reduced.
At the end of the sixth season, Stephen Amelle, the actor who starred as Green Arrow, approached the co-creators about leaving the sets regarding the expiration of the contract at the end of the seventh season. But the creators, Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Beth Schwartz, decided to conclude the series with a shortened finale to which Amelle agreed.
The penultimate episode will attend as a backdoor pilot for a potential spin-off series called ‘ “ Green Arrow and the Canaries.”The spin-off series will focus on Mia Smoak ( Katherine McNamara) and William Klayton ( Ben Lewis). They are the children of Oliver Queen/Green Arrow. The Future Team Arrow is brought to the present day by The Monitor and faces the Present Team Arrow. Both teams work together, and they find that Grant Wilson’s version of Deathstroke tries to destroy Star City. Grant Wilson becomes the ruler of Star city in 2031 but is overthrown by Green Arrow and his allies.
According to the report from TVLine, the adult version of John “JJ” Diggle/ Deathstroke (Charlie Barnett) is expected to appear in the upcoming backdoor pilot, along with Connor Hawke ( Joseph David- Jones), “JJ”‘s a brother.
“They have this fraught childhood that we will explain more in the upcoming episode. We will see how they got to this place where JJ is willing to kill his brother…” says Beth Schwartz, the showrunner.