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'Arrow' Season 5 Predictions: More 'The Flash' Crossover Episodes Confirmed?

Update Date: May 30, 2016 06:00 AM EDT

Oliver Queen and his group have chosen to go their different routes amid the finale of season 4 and he has assumed the liability of being Star City's primary public official. Beside one of its scenes serving as "The Flash's" secondary passage pilot, the two arrangement have been highlighted in different hybrids. Will Barry's choice to adjust occasions affect "Arrow," as well?

A hefty portion of the show's fans was frustrated with how "Arrow" season 4 finished. The majority of the reactions point to the absence of authentic activity scenes in the finale, while others didn't welcome how the narrative spoke to the series' feelings.

The tone of the story has apparently changed, and lead on-screen character Stephen Amell is now only excited about the show going ahead.

In an interview with Variety during The CW Upfront in New York, Amell said, "I've heard that our big bad, our villain, is something that you can really only do once you're in the fifth, sixth or seventh season of a TV show."

After a season dealing with the supernatural, Amell inserted, "As far as I know, they don't have superpowers. I'll tell you that."

Like its DC Universe counterparts, "Arrow" is based on comics. If season 5 events were to follow what is written on the source material, Oliver will be successfully running the city until he is forced to step down because of an illegal funding he is not aware of. Meanwhile, casting for the show has not been announced yet so it remains to be seen if Diggle, John, and Thea will be back for the upcoming season 5.

In related news, "The Flash's" finale saw Barry revised the timeline that makes fans of the show wonder if it will affect the present timeline of "Arrow" as well.

In an interview with Comic Book, Amell points it out that "'Arrow' is at its best when they are dealing with problems in Star City. They are not a time-travel show, we're not a multi-Earth show, though obviously we do that with crossovers and stuff like that. We're 'Arrow,' we deal with Star City, and I fell like we'll be better off focusing on that."

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