The executive producer of Arrow has today revealed several new details on what we can expect from Season Two. This new run of DC-inspired adventures will commence broadcasting later this year, taking place after the destruction of the Glades at the climax of the first season, and once again starring Stephen Amell in its lead role, Oliver Queen and his heroic alter-ego.
Here's what Marc Guggenheim had to tease regarding where viewers can expect Arrow to develop in the months ahead:
- THE CHARACTER ARC- "This was always sort of the trajectory we planned. Arrow's first two seasons were always the first two years of Batman Begins. Right before the show premiered, we had a meeting with the head of the studio and we basically said, 'It's about going from being the Hood to the Arrow to the Green Arrow'. We knew all along that it would take us two years to do that."
- THE TONE- "Arrow works well because it has darkness to it. It's not going to be all sunshine and rainbows in Season Two. I don't want people to get the wrong impression that the show is going to abruptly change, tonally. It's actually consistent in its tone, even though Oliver has a more aspirational mission."
Arrow returns to Sky1 this Autumn.