First Look At Green Arrow and the Canaries
Before the end of the month, Arrow will wrap up its eight season run on the CW. However, the CW may order a spinoff series, Green Arrow and the Canaries, for next season. The potential show will follow Katherine McNamera’s Mia Queen in Star City 2040 as she becomes the new Green Arrow. The series will also bring back Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance and Juliana Harkavy as Dinah Drake.
The CW has released the first photos from Arrow‘s penultimate episode, which serves as a backdoor pilot for Green Arrow and the Canaries. If the pics are any indication, it doesn’t look like this is Mia’s original future timeline. Additionally, the future Canaries, Laurel and Dinah, look more like their present day counterparts. Raigan Harris will also appear as Bianca Bertinelli in the episode. Because Bianca shares a last name with Helena Bertinelli, the early speculation is that she might become the new Huntress.
Here’s the official description from The CW:
“STAR CITY 2040 — It’s the year 2040 in Star City and Mia Queen (Katherine McNamara) has everything she could have ever wanted. However, when Laurel (Katie Cassidy) and Dinah (Juliana Harkavy) suddenly show up in her life again, things take a shocking turn and her perfect world is upended. Laurel and Dinah are tracking a kidnapping victim with direct ties to Mia and they need her help. Knowing it will change everything, Mia can’t help but be a hero and she, Laurel and Dinah suit up once again to save the city. Tara Miele directed the episode written by Beth Schwartz & Marc Guggenheim & Jill Blankenship & Oscar Balderrama”
Arrow season 8 episode 9, “Green Arrow and the Canaries,” will hit the CW on January 21.
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