Yep, that's right, guys. It's that time of the year ,again, where most of the shows are hitting their Fall/Winter finales, and Arrow is definitely one of them, which means the official synopsis for the upcoming episode 10 of season 5, will be missing in action until CW deems it fit to serve up the press release for it. This could happen at anytime, but most likely, we'll be waiting, at least, a couple of weeks for it, because the installment isn't due to arrive until February 1st, 2017. Yes, be sure to mark that date down, so you can be ready for when the new episodes return.

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Unofficial speculation teasers for episode 10

We were able to dig around and find some unofficial spoiler scoops for episode 10. One thing is official, though, and that's the title. It's being called: " Who Are You?" According to the Yibada.com folks, it's speculated that the new 10th installment is going to feature things about Arrow's internal turmoil. Apparently, the production's showrunner Marc Guggenheim, delivered a Twitter message about episode 10 some time ago that revealed what the storyline may entail.

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More possible Prometheus intel

There's some speculation that we may see Oliver find out more info about the new villain that's on the scene, which is Prometheus. Then other speculation, popped up that reveals, we may see a few scenes that involve Oliver, having to go head to head with his inner demons, which will eventually help map out what future actions he may take. The wikia intel for the episode, reveals that it was directed by Gregory Smith, and that the team of Ben Sokolowski and Brian Ford Sullivan, delivered up the teleplay for it.

Some official stuff could be arriving tonight

That's all the unofficial stuff we could find out for it, for now. However, we're about 99.9 percent sure that CW will deliver up their usual promo/spoiler clip, tonight, after episode 9 hits the airwaves. It should confirm the February 1st debut date as well as give you guys some sort of official spoilery intel to work with, so you'll want to be on the lookout for that, and stay tuned.

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