A Huge Spoiler For Oliver Queen Was Shown in a New Zealand Promo For The Flash/Arrow Crossover Event

Saturday, 28 November 2015 - 6:40PM
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Saturday, 28 November 2015 - 6:40PM
A Huge Spoiler For Oliver Queen Was Shown in a New Zealand Promo For The Flash/Arrow Crossover Event
After a week away, two of the biggest shows on the CW are coming back on air for a huge crossover event this Tuesday and Wednesday. It's no secret that both the Flash and Green Arrow will be working together in a plot that will set up the new superhero team-up series, Legends of Tomorrow, but now it's been revealed that there'll be much more going on than just some flashy super heroics. A new international promo for this Wednesday's episode of Arrow has just spoiled what could possibly be one of the biggest moments for Oliver Queen to take place on season 4:


The video clearly shows Oliver learning about his son, William. For those who may not remember, it was revealed back in season 2 that Ollie had gotten one of his girlfriends pregnant before the whole incident with the shipwreck. Ollie's mother, Moira, paid the girl off and told her to go raise Oliver's son without his knowledge. In season 3, Oliver ran into the mother of his child while helping the Flash in Central City, but he still remained clueless to the fact that he has a son. It looks like all of that will change this week!

Green Arrow does have a son in the comics named Connor Hawk, so evidently the kid that's being introduced in the show will not be the same one from the comics. Hawk eventually becomes the second Green Arrow after the demise of his father, but fans clearly can be confident that this probably won't be taking place in the show anytime soon.


This is going to be a pretty big week for DC TV - not only will The Flash and Arrow be crossing over into one another's respective shows, but new footage of Batman v Superman will also be airing during the Fall finale of Gotham. The Flash has continued to be phenomenal and Arrow has been trying to recover from a lackluster third season. One thing's for sure, though - no one should want to miss this week's episode!
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