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ARROW: Katrina Law Set to Return as Nyssa in Season 5 [The CW]

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Katrina Law Returning as Nyssa in Arrow’s Fifth Season

Just mere hours after confirming that Manu Bennett is reprising his role as Slade Wilson on Arrow towards the end of it’s fifth season, Katrina Law’s Nyssa al Ghul will also be returning to Star City to help out Stephen Amell’s Oliver to take out Prometheus once and for all.

Another cast member will be returning to Arrow during it’s fifth season as Entertainment Weekly just confirmed that Katrina Law will be reprising her role of Nyssa for a few episodes. With Nyssa coming back into the fold, we should expect an epic fight to take place between Nyssa and her half-sister Talia (Lexa Doig) during the fifth season finale.

After showing up in the second season, Law made some appearances on the show and can currently be seen on CBSTraining Day. The last time we saw Nyssa was when she stopped Malcolm Merlyn and shattered the League of Assassins. She ended up appearing in Legends of Tomorrow, revealing that her first encounter with Sara was a result of Sara telling her father to find have Nyssa find her in Lian Yu in 2016. Getting to see her interact with Talia should be interesting to see.

Talia has been a welcome addition to The CW series when we see her training Oliver in Russia during the flashbacks and ending up as an ally of sorts to Prometheus during the present day. Are you excited that Nyssa is making a comeback on Arrow? Are you looking forward to the showdown between the children of Ra’s al Ghul?

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