Senior Staff WriterTVLine about the current season, character development, and the completely new dynamic for the third season. When asked what to expect as a setup for next season Guggenheim told TVLine, “The way we’ve been approaching Season 3 is [with the] recognition that the season finale of Season 2 doesn’t feel like just a conclusion of Season 2, but rather a conclusion of Seasons 1 and 2 – that we were telling one, big 46-episode story.” He continued, “The season finale really gives you a strong sense of closure and that a chapter really, truly is finished. My hope is that it’ll do so in a way that will make people go, ‘Wow, this story may be over, but I’m really interested in seeing what the next story they tell with these characters is.’” Of course whenever you know a finale is approaching for a show with high stakes, you’d imagine there will be some losses. Guggenheim was questioned about a potential loss of a major character, he played coy, only offering a slight indication that at least one may not return, “The thing about Arrow is, we’ve shown a willingness to lose characters when a lot of other shows might keep them around. Let me put it this way… There’s one character who you will not be seeing at the start of Season 3.” The Finale of Arrow airs Thursday at 8 p.m. on The CW Network. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!