The CW reveals dates for its four-way DC crossover

This year's big Arrowverse crossover between Supergirl, The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow and Arrow will be more personal than ever.

For many fans, the Arrowverse crossover was the highlight of last year's DC TV. The crossover will conclude with the Tuesday, Nov. 28 episodes of The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, both in their regular time slots. While he didn't drop any hints about how exactly the writers were planning to top the "Invasion!" storyline, which featured numerous heroes being abducted by aliens, he simply teased, "Romance is in the air". They're all big episodic productions, but this will be even bigger. Details of the upcoming The CW comic book television show crossover were revealed at the Television Critics Association (TCA) panel this year. "She has to find love again, whether Mon-El comes back or not, who knows the hell knows".

He continued, "We felt in this particular case we had Flash on Legends paired, so it was better to make it a two two hour movies -a miniseries- we thought this was the best way to go".

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Of Arrow, Pedowitz praised Season 5 for getting the show back to its highs in Season 1.

Pedowitz smiled but disagreed, saying "I think some people would disagree with you on that". However, it's unlikely that Black Lightning would join in on the crossover fun as the network is keeping the projects separate - for now. "If [the showrunners] wish to bring it in, that is their call", he said of the creative team. "If they end up wanting to go that way, that will be their decision".

Aside from talking about the Arrowverse crossover, Pedowitz revealed his optimism as to the future of the CW's superhero series. "We have no plans to redevelop Amazon at this point", he said. The change in the show's gears is manifest in several new elements: a reduction of the angst hanging over Barry Allen's life, the introduction of a new superhero ally in Elongated Man (Hartley Sawyer), and as stated just now, the phasing out of evil speedy super-humans as the main thorn in the Flash's side. Arrow will round out the DCTV Universe premieres on October 12.

  • Douglas Reid