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Arrowverse: The CW announces the end of the franchise after 11 years

Arrowverse: The CW announces the end of the franchise after 11 years

After 11 years since the debut of the first season of Arrow and the beginning of the Arrowverse, the latest series is preparing to conclude its run.

Arrowverse: The CW announces the end of the franchise after 11 years

After 11 years since the debut of the first season of Arrowthe series with protagonist Stephen Amellnow theArrowverse is preparing to come to an end. The CW has indeed announced that Superman & Loisthe last series still on the air, will end with its fourth season in 2024, thus putting an end to the major comic book television project DC Comics.

The final season of Superman & Lois it will consist of 10 episodes and will air next year on the television channel, as well as on the MAX streaming platform the following day. This is the latest piece of the television universe which, over the years, has developed through series such as The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Black Lightning e Batwoman.

After the finale of The Flash, the end of the Arrowverse: what does DC Comics leave us on TV?

ArrowVerse, the creator’s outburst: “Not even a meeting with James Gunn. I wasted 10 years of my life”

Arrow: Stephen Amell in a moment of the pilot of the CW series

Arrow: Stephen Amell in a moment of the pilot of the CW series

The creator of the Arrowverse, Marc Guggenheim, didn’t seem very happy with his experience. In a long post published on his profile he declared how, in his opinion, he had wasted precious time: “Working with DC has been a rewarding challenge from a creative point of view, but it has involved immense sacrifices, adversities and personal problems. All things that have brought me nowhere professionally. I thought the Arrowverse would bring me to something bigger but I feel, professionally speaking, that I have wasted precious time in my career”.

Guggenheim then talked about how many thought it was a great crossover Crisis on Infinite Earths would have led to important calls from the top levels of DC, but this was not the case: “Before Marvel even brought the concept of the Multiverse to the screen, we had done it with Crisis on Infinite Earths. We had managed to connect past shows and films such as Smallville, the 1989 Batman, the Batman series of the 1980s 60, the first series about the Flash, Titans, Doom Patrol and so on. Not to mention the fact that Ezra Miller returned to take on the role of the cinematic Flash, meeting that of Grant Gustin. But it didn’t lead to anything, no one called me “.

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