Roy Harper will have to face new challenges in 'Arrow' season 3 episode 19 titled 'Broken Arrow'.Facebook/Arrow

Starling city may witness some crucial events in "Arrow" Season 3 episode 19, titled "Broken Arrow", but fans will have to wait until 15 April to watch it as The CW series is on a short hiatus.

The sequel will not just focus on the new challenges faced by Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), but also the future of Roy Harper aka Arsenal (Colton Haynes).

Speculations about a major character's death and trailers showing a prison riot hint that the sequel is going to be the last onscreen appearance of Haynes in the supernatural series. If so, then the former petty thief could be the latest in team Arrow's victim list.

The 19-second-long trailer teases that there is no justice without sacrifice and it takes viewers through a jail room, wherein a fellow inmate stabs the hand-cuffed protege at his back. But the sneak peek video also indicates that the hooded vigilante and his sister could be in trouble.

While Thea Queen (Willa Holland) is seen challenging the League of Assassins leader Ra's al Ghul (Matthew Nable), Amell's character is shown in danger. Meanwhile, some scenes from the clip even portray Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) getting involved in a fight. So, it remains to be seen who will be the next one to sacrifice his life for the people of Starling city.

The official synopsis of the next sequel states that Captain Lance (Paul Blackthorne) will continue his mission to take down the hooded vigilante and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) will order the latter to keep a low profile.

However, the billionaire playboy will have to get into action when a meta-human named Jake Simmons aka Villain Deathbolt (Doug Jones) starts terrorising everyone. As the evil character begins to kill people with blasts of energy and plasma, things go out of Green Arrow's control and he is forced to seek the help of aspiring hero "The Atom". 

So "Arrow" fans can watch Season 3 episode 19, titled "Broken Arrow", on Wednesday, 15 April, at 8 pm.

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