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ARROW: Season 4, Episode 10: Blood Debts Extended Trailer [The CW]

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Arrow Blood Debts Trailer. The CW‘s Arrow Season 4, Episode 10: Blood Debts TV Show Trailer stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Katie Cassidy, Willa Holland and guest star Neal McDonough. Is Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) going to live? Thea (Willa Holland) implies that there may be some complications with Felicity’s recovery. There is also another glimpse of the fresh grave teased at the beginning of the season.  Maybe this is all misdirection – you know, much ado about nothing to do with Felicity – and it will be someone else taken from Arrowverse, which would still be devastating. The Blood Debts trailer shows that Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) quest for revenge will likely be the primary focus of the second half of Season 4, leading him to a show down with Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) who nearly got the best of the new, lighter Oliver in Dark Waters. With all the violence Oliver is dishing out in the Blood Debts trailer, looks like dark Arrow may be back on our screens.

Check out the trailer for Blood Debts:

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