To find the answer to the question “Can DC’s Arrowverse Survive?” you can watch the video below or you can read the article below the video. Don’t forget to scroll down to check other Arroverse news at the bottom of the page.
The Flash creator Eric Wallace expressed hope for more Arrowverse crossovers in his answer.
The Flash has completed its conclusion after nine seasons spread over nine years, broadcasting its final episode on May 24. The CW’s primary DC universe, which blossomed with eight spin-off programs over the mid-to-late 2010s, has virtually come to an end now that all of its Arrowverse shows have either finished or were canceled.
Even though the Arrowverse lasted ten years, there hasn’t been much optimism for the shared DCTV universe’s future, particularly in light of the fact that Superman & Lois takes place on a different Earth and Justice U was canceled.
What Will DC TV Produce After The Flash?
Eric Wallace, the showrunner of The Flash, expressed optimism for the future of the Arrowverse in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
“I still am hopeful that the Arrowverse is not over. I’ve approached it as ‘The Flash’ is over and I want to make the best Flash series finale as possible.”
Should Superman & Lois be renewed for Season 4, the producer hinted that he will persuade Todd Helbing, who directs the show, to sneak an Arrowverse crossover into it:
“I’m going to have lunch with [‘Superman & Lois’ showrunner] Todd [Helbing] in the next couple weeks. And I’m going to tell him, ‘If you get a fourth season, you’ve got to sneak some Arrowverse in there. You are now carrying the torch.'”
Helbing, meanwhile, stated that he’d “love to bring Grant [Gustin] on” Helbing also mentioned a wish to incorporate some cross-pollination between Superman & Lois and the Flash:
“I will say this, it sure is a lot easier now that the other shows aren’t on the air, people’s schedules are a lot easier to work around, so… maybe. I would love to bring Grant on, and I think it would be a lot of fun to have Candice, to have Iris with [Elizabeth Tulloch’s] Lois Lane. So we’ll see.”
Could There Really Be Another Crossover in the Arrowverse?
The interconnected superhero series on The CW gained notoriety over time for their extravagant yearly crossover events. However, the pandemic destroyed any preparations for such events once it started.
The year 2021’s Armageddon was an effort, although most people would agree that its scale seemed far too constrained and self-contained.
The CW series Superman & Lois takes set in a totally different other reality than The Flash and Arrow, one in which Clark Kent is the lone superhero, as was established in a Season 2 episode of Superman & Lois.
Character crossovers would seem challenging given the remote location, but multiversal travel is nothing new for such shows. The Flash frequently used a device, especially in the first several seasons.
Therefore, it’s possible that Eric Wallace and Todd Helbing may be able to come up with something for the fans, but it all depends on whether Superman & Lois will receive a new season. This might not happen since The CW’s new management wants to change the show’s content.
In the event that it is not to be, perhaps an Arrowverse movie will be made? Oliver Queen is a role that Stephen Amell, who played on Arrow for all eight seasons and recently reprised on The Flash, has indicated interest in taking on for a movie or limited television series.
Every Tuesday, The CW airs a brand-new episode of Superman & Lois.