CW's 'Arrow'-verse Crossover Event 'Crisis of Infinite Earths' Details Revealed

Shutterstock- Kevin Conroy- Eugene Powers

Shutterstock- Kevin Conroy- Eugene Powers

That will soon change when Conroy becomes an older and live-action Bruce Wayne in the upcoming Arrowverse crossover based on the classic DC Comics series Crisis on Infinite Earths.

The broadcast schedule for "Crisis on Infinite Earths" is below.

The other big news of the day is that characters from Black Lightningwill be appearing in the crossover for the first time.

Mark your calendars! We officially have dates for this year's Arrowverse crossover event.

There's many DC heroes out there that still haven't gotten a series, but it's hard to pinpoint which one of them The CW is eyeing for a series. This sentiment is shared by Schwartz who says the final season is all about huge episodes, unlike anything the team has done before. We're finally getting Batman, guys! Who else do you want to see make a cameo?

It's hard to imagine the scale of the crossover, which will see five series connecting over five hours of television. The crossover, titled Crisis on Infinite Earths, will feature all five Arrowverse series and air over the span of two months!

Still, a question on everyone's mind seems to be why end the show now when it remains so popular? Supergirl's episode will air Sunday December 8, Batwoman's ep will air Monday December 9 and The Flash will help out Tuesday December 10, while Arrow and DC's Legends of Tomorrow will appear on Tuesday January 14.

The season finale of The Flash followed in the footsteps of the Arrow finale, which pointed toward Crisis on Infinite Earths. The event concludes Wednesday, Dec. 11 with Legends of Tomorrow at 9pm EST.

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