A friendly little take on everyone’s favorite shared Superhero TV Universe (that isn’t on Netflix) and a breakdown of why at least once a week, I watch an episode from the CW’s DCTU Arrowverse and then promptly go take out my emotional aggression on a heavy bag at the gym…or light the nearest car on fire.
The Flash, now half way through Season 3, is not shy about introducing speedsters, as we’ve met about a half dozen of them so far. But were fans just introduced to a new one on an Earth we had yet to see before?
It’s that time of year when shows return from their mid-season hiatus. Specifically, the 4 shows on the CW. The Grumpy Geek and Sweet Lou Matuizzo sit and make up their predictions about the tale end of the seasons for Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, which moves to a new night on Tuesdays at 9. They also talk about the newest show in the DC TV universe, NBC’s sitcom, Powerless. This is Lou’s first show. Check it out.
The CW’s Arrowverse is set to return the week of January 23rd, with new episodes of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, so what better time than now to take a look back at 9 full seasons (and 4 half seasons) of Superheroic overload and talk about what I might have done differently had I taken control of the reigns of DCTV…
Variety is reporting that The CW has given the nod for next season to all 4 of their DCTV superhero shows in early renewal announcements that came down this morning.
The CW 4-show crossover event has ended and I’m pretty sure I enjoyed it… I think. I have many thoughts on what worked and what didn’t on Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow and there’s a lot to dissect within the 4 hours of superhero madness, so I’m just going to dive right in…
With the Arrowverse now in full swing with 4 DC superhero shows interconnecting on the CW, big changes and big crossovers are coming. None may be as big as the introduction of the Man of Steel, Superman, to this TV universe. Many never thought we’d see DC’s heavy hitters (Supes, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman…basically, think Justice League) on prime time television, but Barry Allen’s the Flash changed all of that a couple of seasons ago. Now, with Clark Kent/Superman in full flesh, blood & blue spandex on his cousin Supergirl‘s show, the possibilities for the Arrowverse could be wide spread and far reaching.