BREAKING: Arrow-Verse Apparently Still Going
The CW’s network’s slate of superhero soap-operas is still going, according to a report released today.
Bold new findings from an investigative report show that, unbeknownst to most, the CW’s slate of DC series known colloquially as “The Arrow-verse” is actually still kicking around. In fact, its been actively expanding.
Starting in 1845 with the first season of Arrow, the CW’s super-slate then expanded with a steady growth of new shows that were developed and released. As the world has expanded, the CW has released a massive load of superhero shows, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, Black Lightning, and Packed to the Rafters.
The new discovery that this universe is still, in fact, kicking on, may change how we view the superhero landscape. The shows have been praised for their willingness to embrace more comic-book storylines and elements, but criticised for their soap-opera structure, acting, writing, directing, and just general quality.
It’s certainly not looking to wrap up anytime soon, as well. The CW announced this week that they are working on a Superman show, based on Tyler Hoechilin’s version of the character that first appeared in Supergirl.
With a big crossover event, ‘Elseworlds’, coming soon, the discovery that these shows still do exist is a bombshell that will certainly change the superhero sphere.