Arrowverse 2018 Crossover Casts Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane

Elizabeth Tulloch has been cast as the intrepid reporter Lois Lane for the 2018 Arrowverse crossover event. Starting with Arrow in 2012, The CW’s shared DC superhero TV universe has expanded to encompass The Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl – all four of which have crossed over over twice now, in 2016’s Invasion!” and last year’s “Crisis on Earth-X”. While 2018’s crossover event won’t include the Legends, it will introduce a major new player to the franchise in the form of Ruby Rose (The Meg) as Kate Kane aka. Batwoman.

The plan is for Rose to make her debut as Batwoman during this as-yet untitled crossover, before then spearheading her own TV series in 2019. However, her character isn’t the only special guest star who’s slated to show up during 2018’s small screen DC superhero bonanza. Tyler Hoechlin is also confirmed to reprise his Supergirl season 2 role as Kara Zor-El’s cousin Kal-El aka. Superman for the event and will be accompanied by his girlfriend and daring Daily Planet journalist, Lois Lane.

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Variety is reporting that Tulloch will step into the role of Lois Lane for the 2018 Arrowverse crossover, having only just wrapped her longtime role on The CW’s dark supernatural fantasy series Grimm last year. The Lois Lane character has been portrayed in live-action on film and television several times over now, with Amy Adams having played her in DC’s cinematic universe for the last five years. Meanwhile, on the small screen, Teri Hatcher (who also plays Rhea on Supergirl) portrayed the character on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman in the 1990s, followed by Erica Durance (another Supergirl costar) and her rendition of a younger Lois on Smallville during the 2000s.

Tulloch has further confirmed the news, via the following Instagram post (which she tweeted from her verified Twitter account):

Lois’ sister Lucy Lane was played by Jenna Dewan in Supergirl season 1, but the character (a major in the U.S. army who briefly served as the head of the DEO) hasn’t been seen on the show since then. While there’s been no indication yet that Lucy will be returning to the Arrowverse for this year’s crossover event, it’s certainly not outside the realm of possibility – seeing as the storyline will involve not only her sibling, but the Man of Steel himself. In fact, there have been an increasing number of hints that that the three-part event will focus heavily on Kryptonian lore, making anyone with a personal connection to Superman and his allies fair game to pop up along the way.

On the other hand, the Arrowverse crossover has enough on its plate to do already – between the introductions of Gotham City, Batwoman and Lois Lane – so it might be best that only one of the two Lane sisters make an appearance. Tulloch, as mentioned, has a history with The CW and she’s a welcome addition to the larger DC TV universe’s ensemble, along with her character. At the very least, it will be interesting to see not only how Tulloch’s iteration of Lois differs from versions past, but also how (or, rather, if) the Arrowverse continues to utilize the character after the crossover is done and over.

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The Flash season 5 premieres Tuesday, October 9, Supergirl season 4 premieres Sunday, October 14, and Arrow season 7 premieres Monday, October 15 on The CW. The 2018 Arrowverse crossover event will take place from December 9-11.

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2018-09-14 12:09:33 – Sandy Schaefer

Arrowverse 2018 Crossover Casts Mr. Freeze’s Wife Nora

Cassandra Jean Amell has been cast as Nora Fries, wife of DC Comics villain Mr. Freeze, for the 2018 Arrowverse crossover. Amell is the wife of Arrow star Stephen Amell. The actress has appeared in small roles in TV shows such as CSI: Miami, Mad Men, and One Tree Hill.

Nora Fries is the latest DC character announced to appear in the crossover event. Played by Ruby Rose, Kate Kane aka Batwoman will make her live-action debut in the three-hour event. Tyler Hoechlin, who played Superman in season 2 of Supergirl, will guest star in all three episodes. Superman’s love interest, Lois Lane, will be portrayed by Grimm star Elizabeth Tulloch. It’s unclear who else will show up in the crossover, though casting breakdowns have indicated that the event will feature a third Kryptonian character.

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As reported by CBR, Cassandra Jean Amell has been cast as Mr. Freeze’s wife, Nora Fries, in the crossover event. It hasn’t been confirmed how much of Nora fans will see in the crossover. Some characters, like Lois Lane, will only be in two of three episodes.

Nora has an integral role in the origin story of Mr. Freeze, one of Batman’s most well-known villains. After Nora became fatally ill, her husband Victor, a cryogenicist, was so desperate to save her that he found a way to put her in suspended animation, but the process was interrupted and she was killed. The tragedy is what led to Victor’s transformation into “Mr. Freeze”. Armed with a freeze gun, Victor began a mission of revenge against those he held responsible for Nora’s death. Mr. Freeze has been involved in numerous battles with the Caped Crusader and was portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1997 film, Batman & Robin. The character also appeared in season 2 of Gotham.

The presence of Nora suggests that the crossover may adapt Mr. Freeze’s classic origin story. With the crossover set to explore Gotham City, Mr. Freeze could be the first of many villains from Batman’s rogues’ gallery to receive their Arrowverse debut in December. It’s also possible that the crossover is simply introducing Nora so Mr. Freeze can be explored later in the planned Batwoman TV series. Mr. Freeze has a reputation as one of DC’s most tragic and interesting characters, so fans may have plenty to look forward to if this is indeed the direction the Arrowverse is about to take.

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Season 7 of Arrow premieres October 7, followed by season 5 of The Flash on October 9, and season 4 of Supergirl on October 14.

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2018-09-14 02:09:07 – Nicholas Raymond

Arrowverse 2018 Crossover May Include Another Kryptonian Character

According to a new casting breakdown, the 2018 Arrowverse crossover event could include a third Kryptonian character. The crossover will already feature Supergirl (Melissa Benoist), and her cousin Superman (Tyler Hoechlin).

This year’s crossover will send Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl to Gotham City, where viewers will be introduced to Ruby Rose’s Batwoman. The event will also serve as the Arrowverse debut for Lois Lane, who will be joined by Superman, who hasn’t appeared on Supergirl since season 2. Superman will be on all three shows, which is the first time he’ll be featured in any Arrowverse series other than Supergirl.

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That Hashtag Show is reporting that two characters, “Lon-El” and “Dr. Elias Kern”, are being cast to appear in the crossover. As with most casting calls, it’s likely that these names are just placeholders to hide their true identities. Interestingly, the “Lon-El” character shares Superman’s family name, and is described as a mysterious visitor from another planet.  Characterized as both “inscrutable” and “ambiguous“, he possesses “nearly infinite” power, which does make him sound like Superman, or any Kryptonian exposed to the rays of the yellow sun.

That Hashtag Show suggests that Lon-El could somehow be Superman’s father, Jor-El, which would make for a shocking twist, seeing that Jor-El died during Krypton’s destruction. As the comics have found ways to bring numerous Kryptonians to Earth, it’s hard to tie Lon-El to any character from the source material. It’s possible that the crossover is preparing to introduce an original character. It’s said that after the crossover, Lon-El can recur in the other Arrowverse shows, including Legends of Tomorrow, which won’t have a part in the event.

This casting breakdown could reveal major plot details for the crossover event, including the identity of the main antagonist. Based on the description for Lon-El, the alien visitor definitely fits the bill for a villain capable of threatening the heroes of the Arrowverse. This could explain the presence of Superman and Supergirl. There aren’t many threats to the world that would require the assistance of both Kryptonian heroes. As the crossover will set the stage for a Batwoman TV series, many are expecting the crossover to focus a great deal on Gotham City and the world of Batman, even if Batman is conspicuously absent. However, this news regarding Lon-El indicates that the event may have less to do with Batman characters, and more to do with the world of Superman.

More: DC Superheroes Fight Back in Arrowverse Fall 2018 Extended Trailer

Season 7 of Arrow premieres October 7, followed by season 5 of The Flash on October 9, and season 4 of Supergirl on October 14.

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DC Superheroes Fight Back in Arrowverse Fall 2018 Extended Trailer

The DC superheroes of the Arrowverse are ready to fight in the upcoming fall TV season. Although it has yet to begin, the 2018-2019 season of The CW’s superhero shows has some high ambitions. Oliver Queen will begin the season behind bars and badly beaten, and Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman will be returning as well as introducing Lois Lane. Most notably, however, Ruby Rose is playing Batwoman in the 2018 crossover, with the chance that she could headline her very own series.

With the new seasons quickly approaching, all kinds of details and first looks are starting to come out, especially following the first trailer debuts at San Diego Comic-Con last month. Most recently, The CW gave the best look yet at Barry Allen’s new Flash suit, which is more comic accurate than the ones he’s had before. And going more comic accurate is something Stephen Amell plans to do with his new look on Arrow this season. Now, a new trailer gives fans even more to look forward to.

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The new trailer comes directly from The CW‘s official YouTube page. The launch of the next year of the Arrowverse is little over a month away, so there’s no time like the present to get excited about the return of everyone’s favorite televised superheroes. The Arrowverse will be bigger than ever in 2018, with five shows airing concurrently. That means there is plenty to dissect and obsess over in the trailer, which can be viewed below.

With so many shows being teased, there are a lot of split second moments that are worth further review. There’s a quick shot of unicorn that almost certainly belongs to Legends of Tomorrow, as the wackiest of The CW’s offerings will have an intense focus on magic in season 4. It also looks like there will be some weapons of mass destruction and an aggressive Kara in Supergirl season 4, which will be inspired by Superman: Red Son. There’s not a whole lot of new Flash footage, but Barry Allen’s more comic accurate super suit is on full display.

The shows that are spotlighted the most are Black Lightning, which is technically not a part of the Arrowverse, and Arrow. This is probably because both shows fit very nicely into the trailer’s central message, which is about superheroes diving headfirst into the action. Both Oliver Queen and Jefferson Pierce seem like they’ll be fighting for their lives in their respective seasons. Black Lightning and his crew will be facing a whole new set of challenges, because superheroes are much more in the public eye following the events of season 1.

Meanwhile, Arrow isn’t shrinking at all from the harsh realities of Oliver in prison. Oliver’s own difficulties in jail have been widely reported. According to the trailer, though, Oliver Queen won’t be the only Arrow character having some trouble. Oliver’s new wife, Felicity Smoak, can be seen with serious facial wounds and telling Oliver to “fight back.” Now that Oliver has been unmasked as the Green Arrow, even his loved ones aren’t safe. If the trailer is openly teasing Felicity being attacked, fans should prepare for the Arrowverse not to pull any punches in the upcoming season.

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The Arrowverse will begin with The Flash season 5 on October 9, followed by Black Lightning season 2 on October 9, Supergirl season 4 on October 14, Arrow season 7 on October 15, and Legends of Tomorrow season 4 on October 22.

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Season 5’s New Flash Suit Debuts In Arrowverse Fall 2018 Trailer

The 2018-19 season for The CW’s Arrowverse series is sure to bring about plenty of change, but a new trailer for the network’s superhero line-up shows off The Flash’s new costume for season 5. The Scarlet Speedster’s new suit caused a minor ruckus earlier this summer when images for the upgraded suit leaked onto the internet, stirring up the usual amount of fan chatter and debate. Despite the early leak and an official poster showcasing Barry Allen’s snazzy new duds, viewers have been waiting for a chance to see actual footage of Flash’s costume. 

The wait is finally over, thanks to a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it glimpse at Barry in the new 30-second spot, aptly titled ‘Suit Up.’ Though that would be a natural fit for a trailer dedicated solely to The Flash’s upcoming season, The CW’s marketing department is using it to promote the upcoming seasons of Arrow, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lightning. 

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In addition to Barry’s new suit, perhaps the most appealing part of the new trailer is the look at what’s to come in Arrow season 7. Granted, much of that has to do with the audience already knowing what to expect from the story line that has Oliver Queen behind bars, following the season 6 finale. As for the other series, well, it’s a little harder to evaluate what’s on display since there’s so little context for what’s going on. At any rate, check out the Arrowverse trailer below:

Although it’s a brief glimpse, there are some elements that stick out. For starters, the new cowl seems to show more of Barry’s face, reducing the amount of material on the sides, and doing away with the piece that extended up onto his chin. The ear pieces appear to be more prominent and the color also appears to be a brighter shade of red. There’s not much else to discern from this shot, but it should get fans talking.

Now that this first look has made its way to the internet, the question becomes when will there be a more extensive trailer — either for the Arrowverse or The Flash season 5 — that really gives audiences a good look at this new suit. At the moment, it’s still over a month before the new seasons of The CW’s DC Comics shows premiere, which means the network can take its time doling out new trailers and other promotional material until the marketing blitz really goes into effect. Until then, fans will have to wait and take what they can get when it comes to shots of the Flash’s new suit. 

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The Flash season 5 premieres Tuesday, October 9 @8pm on The CW. Arrow season 7 premieres Monday, October 15 @8pm, Black Lightning season 2 premieres Tuesday, October 9 @9pm, Legends of Tomorrow season 4 premieres Monday, October 22 @9pm, and Supergirl season 4 premieres Sunday, October 14 @8pm on The CW.

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Lois Lane Character Breakdown Previews Her Arrowverse Introduction

Lois Lane is coming to the Arrowverse, and the casting breakdown has revealed crucial details about her character. Lois has been mentioned before in the Arrowverse, specifically on Supergirl. During Superman’s introduction in season 2, Lois was confirmed to be his significant other, and Lois’ sister and father were recurring characters in Supergirl season 1.

For the annual Arrowverse crossover event, Lois will finally appear in the flesh, and alongside her super beau Clark Kent. Tyler Hoechlin will be reprising his role of Superman for the event, but Lois has yet to be cast. It seems that the Arrowverse is searching for a very traditional and classic version of the famous Pulitzer prize winning journalist.

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The casting breakdown for the Arrowverse’s Lois Lane has been obtained by That Hashtag Show. The character description is admittedly brief, but it does hint a lot at what the Arrowverse is aiming for with Lois and how much she’ll be involved in the big event. It reads as follows:

[LOIS LANE] Female, early 30s, Caucasian.  The daughter of a US army general, Lois is tough, principled and dogged.  She’s a journalist who will do anything to get the story — and almost always does.  This character will appear in the The Flash and Supergirl crossover event.  RECURRING GUEST STAR.

The casting breakdown confirms that unlike some other Arrowverse adaptations, Lois Lane will not be portrayed as a different race from the comics. This does make sense, as Jenna Dewan and Glenn Morshower played her sister and father, respectively. Fans can probably expect a traditionally raven-haired Lois to command the screen in the Arrowverse. It does sound as if Lois will be just as fierce as her comic counterpart. Lois’ relationship to her army general father and her dedication are both underlined in the character breakdown.

One curious note from the casting breakdown is that the Arrowverse’s Lois Lane will be younger than Superman. Although Tyler Hoechlin plays Superman, Kal-El is actually in his early 40s, not 30s. It’s only because of his Kryptonian physiology that Superman appears younger than his biological years. It’s likely that the Arrowverse won’t even address the age difference, and just have it be assumed that Lois and Superman are of similar age.

The most interesting part of the breakdown however is that it only lists The Flash and Supergirl episodes of the crossover for Lois’ appearances. The 2018 crossover will include every Arrowverse show other than Legends of Tomorrow, but according to the breakdown, Lois won’t appear in the Arrow section of the crossover. If true, this an odd decision, as Arrow‘s part of the crossover will occur directly between The Flash and Supergirl. Whether the same restrictions apply to Superman or not remains to be seen, but it does like Lois’ appearance will bookend the crossover. There’s also the potential for her character to continue to appear throughout Supergirl season 3, as her character is listed as a recurring guest star. It’s possible though that the recurring status could just refer to the crossover itself. If Lois does stick around beyond the crossover, there’s a chance for the Arrowverse version to interact with Smallville’s Lois Lane. Erica Durance, who played Lois on Smallville, currently plays Kara Danvers’ mother on Supergirl.

More: Will the 2018 Arrowverse Crossover Introduce the Justice League?

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Will the 2018 Arrowverse Crossover Introduce the Justice League?

In uniting the Flash, Green Arrow, Superman and more for the 2018 Arrowverse crossover, The CW may soon have their own version of DC’s flagship superhero team: the Justice League. The combination of characters who will be present in the crossover strongly resembles the lineup for the Justice League in the comic books.

This year’s annual crossover event (which will exclude Legends of Tomorrow) will take place in Gotham City and introduce Ruby Rose as Batwoman. Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman, who previously guest-starred in season 2 of Supergirl, will return for an appearance in all three hours of the crossover, along with Lois Lane, who has yet to receive her Arrowverse debut.

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The crossover event will include several iconic Justice League members, such as Superman, Flash, Green Arrow, and Supergirl. It should be noted that if all three shows bring along their supporting casts, the heroes will be joined by Supergirl‘s Martian Manhunter, Arrow’s Black Canary, and The Flash‘s Elongated Man, who are all members of the comic book version of the Justice League. Batwoman was never in the JLA, but could serve as a replacement for Batman, who may not even be mentioned in the crossover.

The Flash star Grant Gustin has already confirmed that his character will share “epic” scenes in-costume with Superman. If we do see all—or even just most—of these characters, the assembled heroes will bear a striking resemblance to the JLA, and may be the closest the Arrowverse will ever get to adapting the comic book team. It should be noted that this year’s assembly of heroes is even closer to the JLA than last year’s, which included more characters but was missing the Man of Steel.

Having all of these classic Justice League heroes together on the screen at the same time will be a memorable moment for the Arrowverse, whether the “Justice League” name is specifically mentioned or not. Though this may be a one-time-only team-up, the crossover has the potential to lead to something more.

While the formation of an official team would be hard to manage with the characters being spread out across three shows, the crossover could leave the door open for a reunion. The Arrowverse’s Justice League can function in a way that’s not too different from what Marvel did with The Avengers. Nick Fury brought the Avengers together, but they all went their separate ways at the end of the film. Nick Fury’s idea was that the Avengers would return when the world needed them. A similar purpose could be what drives the Arrowverse’s heroes to reunite as the Justice League for the annual crossover events in the years that follow.

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The Arrowverse crossover will kick off with The Flash on Sunday, December 9, followed by Arrow on Monday, December 10, and concluding with Supergirl on Tuesday, December 11 – all at 8/9c on The CW.

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2018 Arrowverse Crossover Features ‘Epic’ Superman, Flash & Arrow Scenes

Superman isn’t just joining the next Arrowverse crossover event, there will be some “epic” interactions between the Man of Steel, Stephen Amell’s Green Arrow and Grant Gustin’s The Flash. So far in the Arrowverse Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman has been contained solely to Supergirl and its home universe of Earth-38. However the next Arrowverse crossover will bring Superman (and Lois Lane) into the larger Arrow multiverse.

Superman’s appearance won’t be a superficial cameo either. Despite not being seen since the end of Supergirl season 2, Hoechlin’s Supes will be a significant figure in all three parts of the annual crossover. The long-awaited team-up between Superman, Green Arrow and The Flash is finally arriving.

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In an interview with EW, Flash star Grant Gustin gave his thoughts on Superman joining the crossover. Gustin, who is a longtime Superman fan, is ecstatic over getting to share the screen with the Big Blue Boy Scout. Gustin explained:

To see Flash and Superman together and to be one of the guys in the suits is something I’m definitely pretty excited about. It did feel like something they would always save for the features, to be honest. But I feel like the Arrowverse has kind of been changing that stigma with the whole TV is the lesser medium. I think it kind of doesn’t matter these days with the streaming and content’s kind of everywhere. So, it is cool to see us kind of rise to even another level and bring all of us together for these crossovers. It’s pretty epic.

As for what those “pretty epic” Superman, Green Arrow and Flash moments will entail, that can only be guessed. Very little is known about the 2018 Arrowverse crossover other than a portion of it will take place in Gotham City and it’ll be Ruby Rose’s debut as Batwoman. It stands to reason, though, that the crossover will feature a rather dire world-shattering event. Superman has sat out two of the previous Arrowverse crossovers, which involved an Alien invasion and the arrival of alternate universe Nazi invaders. Granted both invasions took place on Earth-1, not Earth-38, but Supergirl’s cousin would’ve been helpful in either situation. It’s possible that 2018 crossover’s will be the most cataclysmic one yet.

Perhaps, and this is pure speculation, the 2018 crossover will see Supergirl captured or incapacitated in some way. In the Arrowverse, Supergirl is stronger than Superman but if something were to happen to Kara Danvers, Superman is a pretty good replacement. If Supergirl isn’t put into danger, maybe her world will be threatened instead. For obvious reasons, Earth-1 has been treated as the primary world of the Arrowverse. It would be interesting to switch things up and see Earth-38 be under siege for once, requiring Kara to call upon Barry Allen, Oliver Queen and her cousin to save the universe.

Regardless of how Superman factors into the crossover, his existence is a big step forward for the Arrowverse. Superman has been one hero in DC Comics lore that’s almost always been isolated, outside of the movies and comics. Superman is one of the faces of the Justice League in the DCEU but the TV world has treated him as a supporting player. Supergirl is the (rightful) Kryptonian star, while Superman is off having his own off-screen adventures. Superman joining the 2018 crossover and having evidently so much interaction with Green Arrow and Flash breaks down that wall at last. There are still no plans for Batman to join the Arrowverse, but Superman could play a much larger role in the Arrowverse in the future. The chances of a full Superman spinoff are slim, but he could become a recurring member of the Arrowverse crossovers moving forward.

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The CW Sets Dates for Next Arrowverse Crossover Event

The latest Arrowverse crossover dates confirm The FlashArrow, and Supergirl‘s premiere dates. Connected universes are the goal of almost all Hollywood studios, but The CW has found a way to do it on the small screen too. The network has brought together DC characters from all across time and space to form the Arrowverse, and over the last two years, they’ve built in an epic crossover event. Instead of just brief cameos here and there, all of the shows tell one mega story across every series.

This year’s crossover will be a bit different for a number of reasons. The first is that Legends of Tomorrow is sitting out the event this time around. Even though that knocks out nearly a dozen characters from being included, The CW is making up for it by debuting Ruby Rose’s Batwoman. Now fans know exactly when she will debut.

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The CW announced today that this year’s crossover will begin on Sunday, December 9 at 8 pm with The Flash. It will then continue on Monday, December 10 with Arrow, and conclude with Supergirl on Tuesday, December 11. The three night event’s release schedule does move The Flash to Supergirl‘s time slot and vise versa, as Supergirl will regularly air on Sunday nights and The Flash on Tuesday nights. They also released the following promo image:

Now that fans know when exactly these episodes will be dropping, it finally gives some concrete information on the crossover. Why The Flash and Supergirl swapped slots remains to be seen, but it does give the latter show the big finale, which is a nice change. Many felt that Supergirl got the short end of the stick in prior crossovers, so The CW may be looking to not have that criticism remain. It could also signal that Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl plays an even larger role in the crossover to begin with, which is why her show gets to tell the conclusion.

As of right now, there’s hardly any information on what the crossover will entail. Stephen Amell teased a smaller, more character focused story this year after going so big the year before. With Batwoman and Gotham City in the mix, what threat arises that brings them all together remains a mystery. Don’t expect it to be another alien takeover, but a threat tied to the world of Batman could be in play. Those details will hopefully come soon, as all three series gear up for production on the crossover in the coming months.

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The Flash season 5 premieres Tuesday, October 9, Supergirl season 4 premieres Sunday, October 14, and Arrow season 7 premieres Monday, October 15 on The CW.

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