Another Arrow-verse crossover is coming your way. The premiere date for this year's "Arrowverse" Crossover event has just been revealed and will pit the heroes of "Arrow", "The Flash", "Legends of Tomorrow", and "Supergirl" against another looming threat.
Details were just released about the upcoming Arrow, Flash, Supergirl and DC's Legends of Tomorrow at today's TCA Tour. The crossover will then continue Tuesday during "The Flash" at 8 PM and will be capped off during "Legends of Tomorrow" at 9. "Next year maybe we'll go back to four nights". "It would be better and tighter to do it like a two-two hours mini series". While that setup was a success, broadcast channel President Mark Pedowitz thought the Fall 2017 plan would prove to be "tighter". "Next year, we might go back to four nights". They're all big episodic productions, but this will be even bigger. Pedowitz says this season's story will be different: "It will be a full, four-episode crossover". After all, they've helped each other and saved the world together countless times. However, it's unlikely that Black Lightning would join in on the crossover fun as the network is keeping the projects separate - for now.
"Arrow" Season 6 is moving to Thursdays this year, but fans will also have to readjust their schedules when the November crossover event happens. I feel like each crossover has topped the previous one. I can't wait to see what the Arrowverse has in store for us this November. While speculation for last year's crossover plot was wild, very few predicted that it would adapt Keith Giffen and Bill Mantlo's obscure and forgotten 1988-1989 Invasion! Want more news? Like our Supergirl Facebook page.
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Of course, between the crossover taking place across all four shows this year and Arrow's move to Monday night for the event, The CW is arguably alienating any viewers who don't watch all four series.
Since "Arrow's" debut in 2012, The CW has launched an ambitious shared universe with its heroes.