Arrow's Katrina Law Joins Sean Bean For Drama Series The Oath

Season five of Arrow ended with the island of Lian Yu blowing up and the fate of most of the cast unclear. One of those on the island was Nyssa al Ghul who added Oliver Queen in his quest to free his friends and rescue his son. Katrina Law, who has played Nyssa on and off since season 2 of the CW series, has just landed a role on another series. What does that mean for the former member of the League of Assassins?

Katrina Law

Law has joined the cast of Crackle's 10-episode drama The Oath from executive producer Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson. The show centers around a world where the police officers are gang members. The series stars Sean Bean (Game of Thrones) as Tom Hammond, the head of a gang sword to protect and serve. Law will play Karen Beach, a tom boy and sole female in the Raven cop gang, who gets in to a romantic relationship with a member of a rival gang. Ryan Kwanten (True Blood), Cory Hardrict (Lincoln Heights) and Arlen Escarpeta (The Magicians) also star.

Besides Arrow, Law was part of the CBS series Training Day with the late Bill Paxton and co-starred with fellow Arrow alum Manu Bennett in Spartacus: War of the Damned.

 

The Oath is slated to premiere on the streaming network in 2018.

Source: TVLine

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