Arrow Producers Mark the Last Day of Production With Heartfelt Letter

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Arrow is already in its eighth and final season. And while there's still six episodes left and more stories to uncover, the show just wrapped up their production, and the producers bid their goodbye to the loyal viewers of the series.

Showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Beth Schwartz took to Twitter to express their gratitude as they looked back on the show's massive progress throughout the years. Arrow had a good run and both the producers acknowledge the journey the show has gone through from beginning to end. You can check out the letter below.

Since it's the last day of filming, of course, the very last episode for the show was shot. Guggenheim even revealed the last words from the dialogue. You can check out his tweet below.

The Green Arrow's story will be coming to an end very soon, and it is inevitable for both the crew and the fans to be emotional over eight years of production and hard work. There's still a lot to learn from the last episodes though, so fans ought to make the best of watching the show.


And while Arrow will be closing the book to Oliver Queen's story, the characters will be making their way to other episodes for the epic crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths.

Arrow airs every Tuesday on The CW Network.

Crisis on Infinite Earths will start with Supergirl on Dec. 8, and continue with Batwoman (Dec. 9) and The Flash (Dec. 10). The whole event ends on Jan. 14 with Arrow and DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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