With The Flash and Superman & Lois seeing finales and renewals on The CW, fans are wanting more Arrowverse crossovers!
According to Superman & Lois showrunner Todd Helbing, the crossovers may not happen at all anymore.
“We’re on a different planet, a different Earth. The Superman that you saw in all the crossovers is not the same as the Superman on our planet,” Helbing told Collider. “It’s clearly a doppelganger. Part of how this all folds in the big picture with DC is ultimately a DC decision. I’m sure there’ll be more clarity in the future, but as of now, we’re a different Earth in the DC Universe.”
“That version of what we did is probably [done] because we don’t have all of those characters anymore,” he said. “[From] those shows, all the actors are going to go on and do different projects, or life is going to make them busy. It’s hard to speculate other than they’re still comic book shows. There are guests in comic book shows all the time. I don’t know if we’ll have exactly the same thing — it’s hard to perceive [what could happen in] the superhero genre.”
Helbing further shared if there was a way to make such a guest appearance happen, The Flash, played by Grant Gustin, would probably be his first call, but even at that, there is still the “different worlds” situation.
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