The CW’s ‘Arrow-Flash’ 2015 Crossover Plans Revealed

By Rochelle Paula Carino | 3 years ago
The CW’s ‘Arrow-Flash’ 2015 Crossover Plans Revealed

Marvel Studios may be the prime production studio to be heading the cinematic skies, but it appears that The CW is taking over the TV show schemes as they plan on enriching Arrow-Flash crossovers. Continue reading for more details to this scoop.

The CW has been garnering positive reviews and ratings in their two DC Comics TV series “Arrow” and “The Flash,” which narratives are turning out to be a huge success for the network. They hit things off with “Arrow” when they first established the world of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and later on showcased Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), who had his own spin-off of “The Flash.” Matter of fact, during its premiere air date, the show managed to give the network its highest season premiere ratings and that jolted the shared DC television universe. Now, after a few minor crossovers occurring between the two TV shows, The CW finally cooked up the special crossover episodes between “Arrow” and “The Flash.” The two-hour, two-night event dominated the ratings and viewers are asking for more of it.

According to Screen Rant, the president of The CW, Mark Pedowitz, announced during the 2015 Winter TCA Press Tour that the network is planning to make the Arrow-Flash crossover a yearly event that will take place towards the fall/winter season, transpiring at the exact same time that BBC would release its “Doctor Who” Christmas Specials. Moreover, “Arrow” and “The Flash” are among the many shows that got renewed for another season. As that is the case, fans can expect the occurrence of the spinoff in probably the exact same time the crossover took place late last year.

It may be a while before fans get to witness another crossover between the two series, but when it comes it will surely be very worth it. Besides, both series have a lot going on their respective plots at the moment with the revelation of the reversed flash and the supposed fall of Oliver Queen. The continuation after such heavy occurrences will take a lot of plot work efforts. However, when everything is said and done for “Arrow” and “The Flash” to crossover once more, fans can get their excitements fueled even more.

That ends our update on the annual crossover event between The CW’s DC superheroes “Arrow” and “The Flash.” Tune in to Movie News Guide (MNG) for more news on your favorite TV shows.

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