It's time to face the Darhk-ness in tonight's season four finale of Arrow!
After 21 episodes of adrenaline-pumping fights and heartbreaking deaths, Oliver Queen and the rest of Team Arrow must find a way to defeat the all-powerful Damien Darhk -- and only ET has your exclusive sneak peek at one of the finale's most pivotal moments!
Plus, we caught up with Arrow's leading man, Stephen Amell, last week at the 2016 CW Upfronts, and he revealed how tonight's episode compares to the finales of Arrow's past and future.
"Last year, our finale felt a lot like a series finale because Oliver and Felicity were literally riding off into the sunset," the 35-year-old actor recalled. "I would always prefer that in the series finale of Arrow, Oliver dies, which I've said is good. If you're going to end it, end it properly and have him die heroically."
But when it comes to tonight's season ender, Amell revealed it's all about one thing: resolution.
"This feels very much like a season finale," he teased. "We have some good resolution. You know, we have the critical moment of choice between Oliver and Darhk and we see what happens. It's a good finale with lot of action."
When asked if there would be any "resolution" between Oliver and Felicity, Amell was quick to crush our dreams. "No, not in this episode," he said.
Sorry to burst your bubble, Olicity fans, but if looks like we'll have to wait until season five for our next big romantic moment. "We don't play with your heart in this episode at all. At all," Amell stressed. "This episode is not about Oliver and Felicity. This is about a whole host of things. And they're just part of it."
Since we're already looking ahead to next season, it's time to start gearing up for the sure-to-be-epic four-part superhero crossover between Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and CW newcomer Supergirl.
"It would be interesting to see how Oliver would react to Melissa [Benoist]'s character," Amell pondered.
When we mentioned that we thought that Kara and Oliver would be good friends, the actor hesitantly agreed. "I think they would, too. Maybe," he said.
Arrow's season four finale airs tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.