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'Arrow' Season 5 News and Spoilers: New Characters To Join The TV Series Unveiled; Oliver and Felicity Back Together[VIDEO]

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There are five characters who are rumored to appear on "Arrow" Season 5, including Felicity Smoak's (Emily Bett Rickards) boyfriend. Is there a hope for Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Felicity to get back together?

There are rumors suggesting that Wild Dog, Evalyn Sharp, Tobias Church, and Prometheus are the additional characters in "Arrow" Season 5. Wild Dog, Mr. Ski Googles, Evalyn Sharp, and an unknown character were mentioned in Season 5, Episode 3, Episode 1. So there's is a big chance these characters will appear.

In a previous report, "Arrow" will not include supernatural powers in Season 5. Some rumors suggest that Tobias Church may be added in Season 5, and this speculation turns out to be true, as he appeared in Episode 1.

Prometheus is another villain rumored to appear in Season 5, which Wendy Mericle described as Oliver's true dark mirror. There is also a rumor that Felicity's boyfriend will appear in Season 5. 

Is there a hope for Felicity and Oliver?

Although Felicity and Oliver are officially separated, the two are still working together to fight the crime in the city. "Arrow" writer and producer, Wendy Mericle, said there will be no reconciliation between them this season, TV Guide reported.

Although there will be no reconciliation will happen, the writer/producer said there's always lingering feelings between them. The publication added the situation between ex-couple will be complicated.

Another added character, Det. Malone, a cop, will be Felicity's new boyfriend. This guy could be a new villain.

Amell joked about the new man in Smoak's life. He said this man appeared died in Act. IV during the interview with TVLine.

Smoak's beau appeared on "The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak," the fifth episode of "Arrow" Season 3. In this episode, it tells Felicity's revealed, and she and Oliver pushed their limits to stopped the damages brought by cyber attacks.

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