'Arrow' Season 5 Could Be The Last And Final Season Ever, Here's Stephen Amell's Reason Why

'Arrow' has been tagged as one of the most promising TV series that people have been watching due to its adrenaline rush experience. But it seems like in its fifth season, 'Arrow' is currently fluctuating in viewership rating. With its storyline trying to be more solid than ever, will it regain its popularity before?

Will Oliver Queen Reveal That His Green Arrow This Fifth Season Of Arrow?

According to Inquisitr, Stephen Amell, the actor who played the role of Oliver Queen, admitted that the Season 5 might be the last installment for Arrow. People have already speculated that Oliver is coming to a close of revealing himself as the Green Arrow and his relationship with the character Felicity, played by Emily Bett Rickars.

With all the twist and turns that The CW had made in 'Arrow, its ratings remain lower than the usual. But it seems like that the actor, Stephen Amell, and executive producer of the show, Marc Guggenheim, have still one more shot in proving that the series is still worthy to watch. In an interview, the actor stated:

 "I do really believe that this season is sort of a throw-down-the-gauntlet year for us, where we're either going to do what we do and do it well or it's the last year. If we find that magic formula - which is not magic, it's just hard work and playing to your strengths - then the show could go on for a really long time,"

Marc also added that the fifth installment is just a starting point of what could happen next in the series. He even admitted that they have gain success this season that they were not expecting.

"I think we tend to look at Season 5 as the end of a particular chapter,"

"The show just turned out to be more successful than we anticipated"

 "We're looking backward to move forwards."

Meanwhile, the 100th episode of Arrow is allegedly showing a crossover between multiple series: The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl.

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