'Arrow' Season 5 Gets More Intense: Cupid And China White All Set To Return As Villains?

"Arrow" has never failed its viewers in giving the best for every episode of the show. Sources revealed that as the show's 5th season would have its release; creators admitted that it won't be the usual storyline for a TV series. According to reports, "Arrow" went to a serious and detailed improvement to give only the excellent things for its viewers. With this, here's what fans could expect from the show.

'Arrow' Takes TV Series To A Whole New Level; Show To Be Unusual Than Others

According to Movie News Guide, "Arrow" has been known for mixing fresh things to the traditional ones. As a matter of fact, the show has been very popular for bringing in fresh faces on the small screen. It also tackles a great mix between its good and bad characters, enough for the audience to understand every back story that they are showing.

As per the show, "Arrow" Season 5 would feature former characters returning again on the show. News revealed that China White and Cupid are all set to make their greatest return and defeat the show's main character. Moreover, the show would also reveal Oliver's state while he is taking a new mission. Sources admitted that the character would do everything that he can to bring back the girl gang. But as soon as everything went according to his plans, ACU comes and try to intervene in the battle.

China White and Cupid are reportedly two of the greatest villains that the show would have. Both of them would work with Liza Warner, a known cop before turning into a criminal.

Kelly White Reprises China White Role; Show Gets More Intense Than Ever

On the other hand, it can be recalled that during the past season, China White is just an ordinary villain. But this time, she would get stronger and defeating her would be very difficult. The show is already looking forward to Kelly Wu who would be portraying the role of the villain in "Arrow" Season 5.

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