Stephen Amell is sad to see Willa Holland leave 'Arrow', but "respects" her decision to move on.
'Arrow' fans were hit with some big news this week, as it was revealed Willa Holland would be leaving the series - and her role of Thea Queen - behind for good. The character was one created for television, bringing a family dynamic to the Green Arrow hero that hadn't been seen on the pages of his comic books. For the most part however, it was one that truly worked and served to bring all new layers and elements to one of The CW's most successful shows.
Stephen Amell is sad to see Willa Holland leave the 'Arrowverse'
Holland is said to have wanted to quit 'Arrow' ever since the fourth season, and now six seasons deep, she's finally pulling the plug. Hoping to maintain a sense of professionalism within the show and keeping on good terms with everybody both in front of and behind the 'Arrow' cameras, nobody can deny that Holland has given a lot to ensure her leaving is something that works for the entire franchise.
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