'Arrow' News & Spoilers: Marc Guggenheim Tweets Title for Season 5 Episode 10

By Arah TJ , Updated Oct 27, 2016 10:59 AM EDT
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Marc Guggenheim seem to have been giving fans a lot to be exicited about over the course of the new season of "Arrow." In a recent tweet, the "Arrow" showrunner revealed a few details regarding episode 10 which includes the episode title.

As promised, The CW's "Arrow" is taking this new season back to its roots. The episodes have become almost as dark as the first season. The only exception would be their claim that superpowers won't exist this season, which is debunked by the addition of "Ragman." However, this does not diminish how much of an improvement was made this season.

The addition of several new characters within the Arrow Team has been mostly well-received, and having a TV adaptation of "Artemis" has mostly gained approval from comic book fans.

"Arrow" executive producer, Marc Guggenheim took to Twitter and revealed that Episode 10 of Season 5 will be titled, "Who Are You?" which give fans of the show even more things to figure out. The said episode is now in production, and will be directed by Gregory Smith. The script of episode 10 will be handled by Ben Sokolowski and Brian Ford Sullivan.

Not much is given away in Guggenheim's tweet, as the title of the episode in itself is vague. So not much can be spoiled by knowing it. According to ComicBook.com, some fans speculate that the episode could be about Oliver Queen soul-searching in behalf of the foreseeable future. While others speculate that the title can be taken literally, as it could be asking who is the mysterious "Prometheus." The identity of the hooded villain has already sparked up some theories, so this could be the episode that puts those theories to rest. Right now, fans will have to be satisfied with speculating until the episode debuts.

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