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ARROW: Season 4, Episode 19: Canary Cry Trailer [The CW]

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Arrow Canary Cry Trailer. The CW‘s Arrow Season 4, Episode 19: Canary Cry TV Show Trailer stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Willa Holland, and Paul Blackthorne. Star City will mourn Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy), but Lance’s (Blackthorne) grief takes on a whole different shape.

Canary Cry promises a beautiful funeral service for Laurel who we lost in Eleven-Fifty-Nine. It has been teased that Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) should be making an appearance to pay his respects as well. Oliver (Amell) and the team struggle to come to terms with Laurel’s death, especially Diggle (Ramsey) who is overwhelmed with guilt for choosing to believe Andy (Eugene Byrd) had changed. From the looks of things in the trailer, Diggle might lose his compass and behave way out of character. Meanwhile, Lance refuses to believe his daughter is really gone and asks Nyssa (guest star Katrina Law) to help bring her back. A recent Black Canary sighting in Star City only seems to prove his theory that Laurel is not actually dead. Source: Imdb.

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