DC All-Access has just released a video where they recap what they say is all they know about the upcoming seasons of the Warner Bros Television series. But in truth, it’s all the things they are willing to say. They mention that Reign will be the big bad for Supergirl and it will pull from the World Killers storyline, but don’t mention anything about the Thinker for the Flash, which I thought was pretty much a lock.
The do point out that Katie Cassidy, Rick Gonzalez and Juliana Harkavy are series regulars for Arrow and that Floriana Lima is now a recurring character on Supergirl. They remind us that the villain for the Flash won’t be a speedster and that the season theme for Arrow will be family according to Stephen Amell. They also remind us that there will be a four part crossover near the end of 2017. But other than that, they make absolutely no mention of Legends of Tomorrow where we know that Tala Ashe has joined the team.
Where it gets interesting is when they move away from the four existing Arrowverse series. Some of the tidbits dropped here include the fact Seattle will be walled off in iZombie and the government will be supplying brains. Black Lightning will avoid the villain-of-the-week cliche by focusing on the 100 Gang and Tobias Whale. They mentioned Scarecrow as a possible villain for Gotham because of an interview with Ben McKenzie and that Butch Gilzean is actually Cyrus Gold meaning we should get Solomon Grundy.
But the best piece of information from the whole video is that one of the episodes of Lucifer next season will be an homage to the Twilight Zone. But to set something straight, Fox didn’t order 4 additional episodes for season 3, they had 4 left over from season 2 that hadn’t aired and will add them to season 3 instead.
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