Arrow: Emily Bett Rickards returns as Felicity in sequence finale footage
Welcome home, Felicity. On Monday, The CW released new images from the series finale of Arrow, giving us our first look at Emily Bett Rickards’ return as Felicity Smoak. Much to fans’ dismay, Rickards left the long-running superhero drama at the end of season 7, which saw a pregnant Felicity go off into hiding with hers…
But Rickards isn’t among the finest familiar face in these contemporary footage. The sequence finale will moreover it looks feature Joe Dinicol, who was once final seen within the 150th episode, as Rory/Ragman, Susanna Thompson as Oliver’s mom Moira Queen, Willa Holland as Thea Queen, Sea Shimooka as Emiko Queen, Echo Kellum as Curtis Holt, and crossover appearances from The Flash‘s Grant Gustin and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow‘s Caity Lotz. As of lawful now, it’s unclear how Moira and Emiko are contemporary since each and every characters died in seasons 2 and 7, respectively (Were they resurrected within the advent of Earth-High? We’ll need to inspire to win out).
Even though he’s no longer pictured right here, we moreover know Paul Blackthorne, who performed the unhurried Quentin Lance, is moreover within the finale and has “a terribly, indubitably poignant scene” with Katie Cassidy, per consulting producer Marc Guggenheim.
Right here’s the reliable and indubitably transient logline for the sequence finale “Fadeout,” which was once written by showrunner Beth Schwartz and Guggenheim: “After eight seasons, and the initiate of endless superheroes, the sequence wraps up the fable of the Inexperienced Arrow (Stephen Amell).”
Test out the leisure of the footage below:
Arrow‘s sequence finale airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. on The CW.