However dim hope seemed in the first place, fans connected with both Supergirl and The Flash perked upwards at news in which Warner Bros. had a month or possibly even longer to work out a potential multi-network cross-over for its DC personalities this season. Sadly, that will ship seems to have sailed, according to mutual govt producer Andrew Kreisberg.
Where earlier DC TV tycoon Greg Berlanti had spoken for at least some internal chats toward a cross-over of the CW and Cbs television studios heroes, Entertainment Weekly’utes newest interview using fellow Flash (and Supergirl) maker Andrew Kreisberg doesn’t really live in the same ambiguity:
Any word on a potential crossover with Supergirl?
No. We’actu making Flash, and also we’re making Supergirl.
Ouch. Earlier in January, Berlanti received offered:
I would love this, a lot of things would have to get right and people must say ‘Yes.’ It will have to figured out immediately. It would all have to become figured out in the next month or so. As it remains right now we’ve spoke internally about how awesome it would be, but many of us haven’t had standard conversations. [The CW chief Draw Pedowitz] is supportive.
Prior fot it, Kreisberg even questioned the particular legality of any such crossover, including one of the looser Legends of Tomorrow. Ought to a crossover at any time actually occur, it may make more sense for The Flash to drop by Supergirl, given the former’ohydrates exploration of parallel Earths, plus the latter’s establishment associated with Superman as its realm’utes only major idol.
There’s always pick up, but are both Supergirl and The Flash better served maintaining separate for now?
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