Arrow: Stephen Amell Reacts to Co-Star's Tearful Farewell

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Arrow star Stephen Amell has responded to co-star Juliana Harkavy's farewell to The CW series.

Harkavy took to Twitter yesterday and shared an emotional statement as Arrow began its final week of production where she reflected on her time in the series. In addition to the farewell statement, Harkavy shared an image of herself taken the day she learned she had landed the role of Dinah Drake. Harkavy expressed her gratitude toward her fellow cast members and thanked Amell specifically.

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"My cast. Who would welcome me with open arms and become my greatest source of strength," she said in her post. "My soulmates. My family. And Stephen, our gracious and unwavering leader, to whom I am eternally grateful."

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Amell responded later that day via Twitter, saying, "It's cool when you get to work on your dream job and also become best friends with someone." Harkavy replied, simply saying, "4000."

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Harkavy will reprise her role as Dinah Drake in the Arrow spinoff series Green Arrow and the Canaries, where she will star alongside Katherine McNamara as Mia Smoak and Katie Cassidy Rodgers as Laurel Lance. The ninth episode of Arrow's current and final season has been confirmed to serve as a backdoor pilot for the upcoming spinoff series.

Airing Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW, Arrow's final season stars Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen, David Ramsey as John Diggle, Rick Gonzalez as Wild Dog, Juliana Harkavy as Black Canary, Katie Cassidy as Black Siren, Katherine McNamara as Mia Smoak, Joseph David-Jones as Connor Hawke and Ben Lewis as William Clayton-Queen.

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