CW’s Arrow is coming to an end this autumn after its eighth season. Starting the network’s popular Arrowverse of DC Comics TV properties in 2012 with a backdoor pilot for the extremely successful The Flash, the first DCTV series launched a new wave of live-action adaptations and preceded the creation of a TV universe based on mainstream comics by the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As season 7 ends, and the countdown into the series finale begins, you’ll all know about Arrow’s next final season and what’s going to happen on the last ride of the CW series.
The origins of the end of Arrow came last year when production of the CW series ended on season 6. Star Stephen Amell approached Greg Berlanti as the executive producer expresses his intention to leave the show after the seventh season because he thought that the show may start to over-welcome him and was keen to pursue further projects.
Rather, Berlanti persuaded Amell to continue the series and its characters for a truncated eighth season with the correct send-off, while Amell suggested that the legacy of the show could continue to live in another position.
Like Gotham, for the final season, Arrow is awarded a six-month order composed of a total of ten episodes, which premieres this autumn. This brings Season 8 on track in December if it is first like last season in October.
In contrast, most Arrow seasons took place for 23 episodes except for season 7, which took place for only 22 episodes. The considerably shorter order for the episode indicates that the final season will not waste any time in completing the series and that the ending coincides completely with the Arrowverse crossover case in the next season.
Most of the major cast are anticipated to return, including stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, David Ramsey as John Diggle, Rick Gonzalez as Wild Dog, Black Canary Juliana Harkavy, Arsenal Katie Cassidy as Black Siren and Oliver’s long-lost Emiko Queen.
The next sequences will also include adult versions of the Oliver and Felicity Smoak daughters of William Clayton (Ben Lewis), potentially the adoption of Diggle’s son Connor Hawken (Joseph David-Jones) and Mia Smoak (Katherine McNamara).