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Arrow - Episode 4.19 - Canary Cry - Poster, Comic Preview, Promotional Photos & Promos and Sneak Peeks *Updated*



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Promotional Photos
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Extended Promo The Episode Title is "Canary Cry".





Promo



The producer also stressed that Laurel's death does not mean that Cassidy's time is has come to an end in the DC Comics universe, which also consists of The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and web series Vixen.

"Not getting a chance to work with Katie day in and day out is tempered by the fact that we now live in a world and universe where there is resurrection, parallel earths, time travel and flashbacks," Guggenheim said. "We have all these different ways of keeping Katie in the Arrow-verse family. In fact, you will see her on an episode of Flash playing the Earth-2 version of Laurel Lance. Katie is reprising her role as Laurel of Earth-1 to be in Vixen season two. Death does not mean goodbye on any of these shows."

For her part, Cassidy said she's happy to remain connected to the world that Guggenheim and fellow exec producer Greg Berlanti have created. "I go onto The Flash on Earth-2 as the [DC Comics character] Black Siren. I'm always happy to come play with them."

But while Cassidy will continue to make various appearances in the universe, that doesn't mean viewers should expect the character to see a miraculous resurrection similar to Laurel's sister Sara (Caity Lotz). That character was resurrected before moving on to Legends of Tomorrow. Case in point: Laurel Lance of Earth-1 is dead, and she's staying dead on Arrow.

"We made a creative choice and we're sticking to it," Guggenheim said. "We're recognizing that Black Canary and Laurel have an incredibly loyal fanbase and Katie has an incredibly loyal fanbase but the show has never been just about the comic book history. It's never been just about one or two different particular fanbases. We make the creative choices we feel benefit the show as a whole and the story we're telling overall."

For her part, Cassidy told reporters that she learned about Laurel's fate only two episodes before shooting began on "Eleven-Fifty-Nine."

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