ARROW will end after season eight as the CW publishes longest-running Arrow series will reach to the end, As it is the longest-running CW Arrow-verse series, Arrow has already done seven seasons so far. Still, the shorter season eight will be the last as plans to bring the show to its natural end are now in the works. From last 2012 the series has been promoting.
The Stephen Amell is a Canadian artist and producer, he is the best recognized for playing Oliver Queen and Green Arrow on the CW superhero show, the drama that started the Arrowverse, who plays the show lead Oliver Queen aka Arrow, has broken the news to supporters via Twitter this week. He wrote to his 2.39 million followers, that “Playing Oliver Queen has been the most fabulous professional experience of my life, but you can not be a vigilante forever.
Arrow will return for a final run of 10 episodes this Fall. There is so much to say, for now; I want to say thank you.”Arrow is known or crossing over with its fellow DC Comics shows on the CW, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow.
All of the above have been renewed for future seasons with no signs of being canceled any time soon. The network latest DC creation is the Batwoman series, which is currently in production with Ruby Rose as the lead.
The latest outing of Stephen Amell is back as the nominal Arrow, aka Oliver Queen. At the same time, Emily Bett Rickards, who plays the role of Felicity Smoak, will not be appearing for the final season.
The recurring cast introduces Echo Kellum as the Curtis, David Ramsay as the John Diggle, Rick Gonzalez as the Rene Ramirez/Wild Dog, Juliana Harkavy as the Dinah Drake, Colton Haynes as the Roy Harper, Kirk Acevedo as the Ricardo Diaz, and Katie Cassidy as the Laurel Lance.
Joseph David-Jones, who performs as Connor Hawke, John Diggle’s who adopt the son from the future. ‘Arrow’ been promoted as a series regular for season eight.
Why is Arrow ending after season 8
Arrow is ending simply because creators have decided it due to reach its natural conclusion. The executive producer Greg Berlanti, Beth Schwartz, and Marc Guggenheim published a statement explaining the difficult decision. This was a difficult decision to come to, but like every hard decision we had made for the past seven years, it was with the best importance of Arrow in mind.