Arrow's Stephen Amell Comments on Crisis on Infinite Earths Ending

Lula Sharp
January 16, 2020

With Oliver Queen's (Stephen Amell) recent evolution into The Spectre, can the team overcome the Anti-Monitor and stop his antimatter wave once and for all in order to save the multiverse?

Amell, who has starred as Oliver Queen on Arrow since the franchise began, took to Twitter in the wake of the last two parts of Crisis on Infinite Earths to acknowledge his character's final sendoff.

Sadly, that's not looking likely.

Caity Lotz a cameo promised everyone would lose their wits, and the last two episodes of Crisis on Infinite Earths were delivered within the first half hour.

It will be really interesting to see what the Arrowverse looks like after Arrow.

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"We were series wrapped on Arrow, and we were wrapped on the whole crossover", executive producer Marc Guggenheim told Variety. (They'd later learn the Anti-Monitor hadn't been stopped.) However, in doing so, Oliver sacrificed himself.

By the time we got our brains back together, Barry collected the Paragons from different scenes in the speedforce, and Specter / Oliver brought them all to the beginning of time, where they could completely recreate the universe. And at the end of the crossover, the president declared Oliver dead before a moment of silence for his heroics. It takes place in 2040, with Mia (Katherine McNamara), Laurel (Katie Cassidy), and Dinah (Juliana Harkavy). Earth-96 is shown to survive with Brandon Routh's older Superman, and in a surprising bit of foreshadowing, we also see Earth-12, hinted at being the setting for HBO Max's upcoming Green Lantern show. "It's really lovely and I think it's the flawless way to bring it to an end", Lotz in the exclusive clip above, from the "Crisis Management" behind-the-scenes featurette.

"In one episode it honors the entire series and finishes several storylines [for] characters from all of our seasons, basically-past and present-in a hopefully very satisfying way", Schwartz teased. Even though this will be the first installment since then, it technically isn't the season premiere - as the official Season 5 premiere will air next week.

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