“It’s never going to be The Flash!”
Oliver Queen and John Diggle had some major issues toward the end of Season 3 of Arrow, and executive producer and showrunner Wendy Mericle has now shed some light on their damaged relationship as Season 4 begins.
“The Flash” Season Two premieres on The CW Tuesday, October 6, with “Arrow” set to follow on Wednesday, October 7.
Speaking of The Flash, our first look at season 2 features most of the main cast in S.T.A.R. Labs looking shocked at something off-screen. We wouldn’t have it any other way.
Like other Team Arrow members Felicity Smoak too is great at her job.
In fact, Constantine will be appearing in “Arrow” Season 4 precisely in the same way he was in his own show.
Executive producer Marc Guggenheim said that the large space will be divided into smaller ones which will have an area for every character: workspace for Felicity, designation where Oliver can do his workouts, a garage, a round table and a lot more.
There is still no news or information where the new “Arrow Bunker” is to be located or who the architect of the new bunker is but it certainly give fans a new reason to be excited about for the upcoming season of “Arrow”. “It’s just a question of finding the right way to do it”, Mericle said.
In case you missed it previously, The Arrow lair is getting one heck of a serious upgrade for the season ahead.
Mericle added that the possibility of a code name for Felicity still remains.
Meanwhile, TV Line reports that Sara’s resurrection is something that her family actually does not require at the moment, as they are aware that Captain Lance (Paul Blackthorne) is just learning to get going from his daughter’s death. “We’ll see whether they weather the storm, but it’s going to be fun, its going to be exciting”, Mericle continued. “There’s a little bit more fun [and] more humor” in season 4, as Oliver makes his transition from The Arrow to Green Arrow.