Thea (Willa Holland) holds up a gun and points it at her brother in this still from tonight’s all-new episode of Arrow.
In “Lost in the Flood,” following the shocking events in the previous episode, Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Diggle (David Ramsey) race to rescue Thea, while Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), Curtis (Echo Kellum) and Noah (Tom Amandes) join together to stop Darhk (Neal McDonough).
While the 43-year-old actor will not be recurring on the show as Leonard Snart/Captain Cold, he will still make appearances on the series.
Wentworth will also be appearing on other DC shows from executive producer Greg Berlanti throughout the season, effectively making him a series regular in the universe.
“We always knew that he wouldn’t be a permanent member of The Waverider,” Greg told Deadline. “We also knew we loved him on the show and all the shows, Flash as well.”
Greg added that while Wentworth “won’t be part of the team of Legends on board of The Waverider next year, he will have a very active role on the show… In success we hope to continue with other characters finding their way across all the shows.”
The other shows that Greg is producing are The Flash and Arrow.
In “Genesis”, as Oliver and Felicity look for a magical solution to defeat Darhk (Neal McDonough), a vengeance-driven Diggle (David Ramsey) gets a lead on Andy’s (Eugene Byrd) whereabouts and heads off to confront his brother.
Everyone gathers at Laurel’s (Katie Cassidy) funeral in this still from tonight’s all-new Arrow.
In “Canary Cry,” Oliver (Stephen Amell) and the team struggle to come to terms with Laurel’s death, especially Diggle (David Ramsey) who is overwhelmed with guilt for choosing to believe Andy (Eugene Byrd) had changed.
Meanwhile, Lance (Paul Blackthorne) refuses to believe his daughter is really gone and asks Nyssa (Katrina Law) to help bring her back.
A recent Black Canary sighting in Star City only seems to prove his theory that Laurel isn’t actually dead.
Katie Cassidy is opening up about Laurel Lance’s demise after her character saw her end during the last episode of Arrow.
The 29-year-old actress spoke with EWafter the episode aired, opening up about leaving the show, Laurel’s death and the episode.
“The last scene I think I shot was we had to do a reshoot actually of when I actually die, when Darhk stabs the Black Canary,” Katie shared, saying she kept Black Canary’s jacket and mask as keepsakes. “That was a week after. That was the very last scene that we shot. It was so weird because I remember we had broken for lunch, we came back and I was running to set and I was putting on my jacket and gloves and they were just calling me to set to show-wrap me. I didn’t know that I was done. It was a bit of a shock. But it was good. I feel like there was no other way that I would want it to go.”
Check out what else Katie had to share:
On the last scene she filmed: “Honestly that scene was so real shooting it because it was me saying goodbye to the team and all of us. Definitely wasn’t difficult for me to get to that emotional point. For sure, it was hard, but it was very real. I felt like that was good. It was genuine and it was real.”
On saying goodbye to her Arrow family: “I love everyone on set. I love our crew. Being there for four and a half years, they’ve become family. It’s hard to not go into work every day and get to work with such amazing people. That part is certainly sad. Again, I was okay with it. We all came to an understanding that this was what was going to happen. I think the shock value is good. It’s such a jolt and such a turn in the story that it gives the [writers] so much more to do and places to go with it. Otherwise I feel like shows can get stale.”
On Laurel possibly coming back at all: “As they know, I love working with them. I’m always happy to come play with them if they time-travel or what not. To me, Laurel was always such a good person and had such a good heart and was a fighter. For her to be remembered, I think her being remembered that way is definitely important to me.”