Arrow has a pair of big episodes set to air soon after the start of Season 4 in the fall, and fans now know a little bit about both of the episodes, which are episodes 4 and 5 of Season 4. Marc Guggenheim revealed some about the two episodes at the TCA panel for the CW this week, and Spoiler TV shared all the inside scoop.
First up is Arrow Season 4 Episode 4. Spoiler TV shared a report from Green Arrow TV that revealed the title of the episode and some details. The episode is titled “Beyond Redemption.” That title will apply to several things during the episode, according to Guggenheim. He also teased some more about the episode, and it sounds like an episode fans will not want to miss this fall.
“Four is probably one of my favorite scripts of the new year, and one of the things I love about the episode is [that] the title refers to more than one person or thing. There’s a bunch of things in episode 4 that are beyond redemption. It’s something that keeps coming up in that episode. There’s a bunch of big revelations in that episode, and some key discoveries. It’s an episode where the title pretty much touches on the different storylines to that episode.”
As for Arrow Season 4 Episode 5, it will feature a major appearance of a character that was featured on a DC related television. Matt Ryan from Constantine will reprise his role for the episode, according to another Spoiler TV report.
This was something that had been in the works before NBC pulled the plug on the series, and Guggenheim still wanted to make it work. Constantine will come to help out on matters involving the Lazarus Pit.
This will be connected to the revival of Sara Lance, which is set to happen around that part of the season, according to a previous Inquisitr report. She will return to Arrow before she departs the series for Legends of Tomorrow.
Guggenheim teased some more about the episode about Ryan’s appearance.
“The introduction of magic and mysticism on the show this season has provided a truly organic opportunity for us to bring John Constantine to Arrow and the CW’s DC universe. It will be a well-deserved tip of the hat to all the Constantine fans who were so incredibly supportive of that series.”
It does sound like Arrow has some big plans for Season 4. The end of Arrow Season 3 made some big changes for Team Arrow. Oliver Green can no longer use the identity of Arrow to fight crime.
What is the next phase of Team Arrow in Starling City? Are you excited to see what happens next?