Arrow will end its run with a 10-episodic 8th season3 min read
After about 7 years since its inception, Arrow has decided to end its run with its 10-episodic 8th season. The show has been crucial behind the setting of other DC Comics-inspired shows in CW such as the likes of Flash, Legends and many more. Executive producers Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim and showrunner Beth Schwarz has revealed their statement about how it all came to an end for Stephen Amell’s Emerald Archer.
“This was a difficult decision to come to, but like every hard decision we’ve made for the past seven years, it was with the best interests of Arrow in mind. We’re heartened by the fact that Arrow has birthed an entire universe of shows that will continue on for many years to come.” the producers said in a joint statement. “We’re excited about crafting a conclusion that honors the show, its characters
Stephen Amell , who plays the titular hero , also shared his feelings at this moment.
Playing Oliver Queen has been the greatest professional experience of my life… but you can’t be a vigilante forever.— Stephen Amell (@StephenAmell) March 6, 2019
Arrow will return for a final run of 10 episodes this Fall.
There’s so much to say… for now I just want to say thank you.
The final season of Arrow should also contain at least one episode based on the “Crisis on Infinite Earth” crossover already promised to us during last CW crossover. This comes hot on the heels of cancellation of Netflix Marvel shows and a strong suggestion from Clark Gregg that Agents of Shield might be ending with its seventh season as well , which might be disturbingly disappointing to comic book fans.
However, this might also be considered that we are looking at another evolution of comic book TV shows with streaming platforms like Disney+ and DC Universe coming up with content from other comic book contents. At the moment, DC Universe is streaming Doom Patrol with efforts to bring Titans Season
Meanwhile , CW along with its present coaster of shows , will be looking forward to introduce Ruby Rose’s Bat woman into the CW through a standalone show of her own.
All good things…Posted by Stephen Amell on Wednesday, 6 March 2019