This fall will be full of both returning and new TV shows. Dish Network offers an abundant collection of TV shows on different genres such as action, adventure, romance, comedy, sci-fi, and a lot more, to their subscribers. Many fan favorite TV shows such as Arrow, Big Bang Theory, and The Flash will be returning to Dish Network this fall.
CW is one of the leading channels, which offer quality programming and thrilling TV shows to their viewers. Moreover, CW Network is home to DC comic superhero TV series such as the Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, and Arrow. In addition to this, CW has also acquired the rights to broadcast the second season of Supergirl.
CW has also announced that there will be a 3-hour major crossover between the four DC superhero shows. Rumors from several sources indicate that this crossover will show the effects of Flashpoint. The CW Network has also released a 5-minute promotional video on their YouTube called Fight Club 2.0, which features DC superheroes from all of the four TV shows.
The crossover episode[s] are expected to be broadcasted by the end of January, 2017. However, show creators have also hinted about a musical crossover between The Flash and Supergirl in this fall. According to one of the show creators, Greg Berlanti, “You really are trying to run a single production across three different productions. But they’re run as three separate entities. We have to figure out when we’re borrowing one actor from where.”
“We’re telling one cohesive story; Supergirl will participate, but the storyline doesn’t actively begin there. There are some characters who show up in her episode, but the story begins with The Flash episode and goes to Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow,” Berlanti added.
“We’re just getting into designing the bad guy for it, and we start now but it doesn’t air until the end of November. We will put a lot of time between now and then figuring out visual effects sequences. Just today I was holding the three scripts back-to-back – that’s 180 pages of material. It’s a three-hour story, almost a miniseries.”