Arrow EP Hints Very Different Season 5 Finale!

Mar 20, 2017
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The writers of the show have repeatedly allowed Star City to face several terrorists attacks, while the Arrow-team attempts to prevent such attacks. This has literally become the theme of the show each season finale except apparently season 5.

Starling City was served with the consequences of Malcolm Merlyn leveling the Glades. The Arrow-team were able to prevent one of the bombs successfully, however, Malcolm had a contingency plan, implementing a second bomb. Amanda Waller almost leveled Star City with ARGUS drones in order to stop Slade Wilson and his men from leaving. For the third season finale, Ra’s Al Ghul terrorized the city by unleashing a full-scale virus that would kill the citizens of Star City. And in season 4, Damien Darkh nearly nuked Star City to kingdom come.

“Star City Is Not In Jeopardy.”

Knowing the formula has become quite predictable, show-runner Wendy Mericle promises to change it up for Season 5’s finale. “I’ll just say this: Star City is not in jeopardy,” she told Rotten Tomatoes at Palyfest 2017 this weekend. “As we’ve joked before, there’s always a terrorist attack on Star City in May. Not this time. Prometheus is a very personal villain, very psychological villain and the ending will be appropriate to that.”

‘Kapiushon’ Description:

Prometheus (Josh Segarra) goes to great lengths to break Oliver (Stephen Amell). Meanwhile, in the flashbacks, Anatoly (guest star David Nykl) becomes worried about Oliver’s increasingly violent tendencies, which come to a head in a brutal confrontation.

Kevin Tancharoen directed the episode, written by Brian Ford Sullivan & Emilio Ortega Aldrich.

 

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