Arrow's Emily Bett Rickards reveals the explosive season 6 finale, and who she wants back on the show
As we've seen so far Oliver and his wife Felicity are pretty much happy in life — it may not be for long. Rickards who plays Felicity says things are about to change
CW may be making some drastic changes for the much awaited 'Arrow' season 6 finale.
Spoiler alert ahead.
As we've seen so far, Oliver (Stephen Amell) and his wife Felicity are pretty much happy in life - it may not be for long. Emily Bett Rickards who plays Felicity recently revealed in an interview that the couple's happy life may change forever.
As the two prepare to have the fight of their lives against Diaz (Kirk Acevedo) as the end of the season comes on Thursday, things will get rocky.
"When the season ends, they have a severance in their relationship and not one that they imposed on themselves. Dun, dun, dun!" she said.
Felicity stepped into the series and onto our hearts all the way back in season 1 as the sweet and smart secretary to Oliver Green.
Surprisingly, her favorite character isn't Arrow, it's Tommy Merlyn (Colin Donnell), who was a series regular till season 3.
She really wants to see him come back on the show. "Colin Donnell's always the number 1! I'm always just like, 'More Colin!' all the time. We spent our first season together like newbies on the block... Just having him back is such a joy," she said.
The show, that has had some bad seasons earlier and an iffy future has come back on its feet now, coming back with an already ordered season 7.
Although the dates haven't been announced, it is rumored to be coming back on screen sometime in October later this year. Donnell, who played the Human Target in season 6 recently, may play a larger role in the next season.
The plotline has been far from boring through the seasons and clearly, its fan following is only growing. But for season 6 things had been "unpredictable" even for Emily, she said.
"This year I thought it was a little unpredictable. It’s different from other seasons just because it just feels so personal. Not to say getting blown up on an island doesn’t feel personal, but it does happen from afar and this one is right at home."