The wait for the grave scene reveal in "Arrow" Season 4 is finally over, because the upcoming "Eleven-Fifty-Nine" will reveal who is going to die. However, fans need not worry because death is not the end.
The Hollywood Reporter reminded fans about executive producer Marc Guggenheim's words: "Dead is not goodbye." Viewers can hope to see whichever character is heading to the grave in other DC shows airing on the CW and in flashbacks.
As fans know, Oliver (Stephen Amell) has dealt with mysticism and magic in the past, especially with the idol Reiter (Jimmy Akingbola) wanted to obtain so he could rule the world. The previously aired episode showed he had already got some of those powers, when bullets barely harmed him.
Moreover, "The Flash" has introduced the multiverse and even visited Supergirl aka Kara's (Melissa Benoist) National City. If Barry (Grant Gustin) crosses over from the CW to CBS, he can definitely make visits to an Earth in which the dead character of "Arrow" is still alive, or more interestingly, alive and evil.
Flashbacks, too, are a great way of revisiting dead characters, as "Arrow" has done in the past with Tommy (Colin Donnell). Regardless, the death is final and the name of the character will be revealed in "Eleven-Fifty-Nine," which is also the time of death.
The mystery of the grave scene has been haunting fans since the Season 4 premiere. With each passing episode of the season, the theory about who is in the grave has changed from Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) to Captain Lance (Paul Blackthorne), Diggle (David Ramsey), Laurel (Katie Cassidy), Thea (Willa Holland) and back to Felicity. Who do you think is number one of the list of people heading grave-wards? Let us know in the poll below.
Meanwhile, the upcoming episode is expected to destroy Team Arrow and cause fights between various key characters, including father-daughter duo Thea and Malcolm (John Barrowman) and brothers John and Andy Diggle (Eugene Byrd).