The CW has renewed 12 series for the 2021-2022 television season, including The Flash, Batwoman Y Legends of Tomorrow.
In addition to The Flash, that will have eighth season, Batwoman will return with a third and Legends of Tomorrow has the green light for a seventh. The network has also commissioned additional episodes for the Walker series, which has become the most watched in its premiere in the last five years.
However, it seems the heroes of Earth-Prime don’t know that. As far as anyone on that world is concerned, the multiverse is gone. They can no longer detect alternate worlds moving at different vibrational frequencies, suggesting Earth-Prime has somehow become isolated from the rest of the multiverse. It may be up to a future crossover to explore the significance of this change, or it could simply be that The CW wants the Arrowverse to become more simple and accessible by eliminating the many alternate universe doppelgangers running around.” class=”image screenshot” itemprop=”contentUrl” src=”https://sm.ign.com/ign_es/screenshot/b/bthe-missi/bthe-missing-multiversebbrbrunlike-the-crisis-comic-the-cws_xsvb.jpg”/>
Further, Superman & Lois, which will premiere with a special event on February 23, will receive two additional episodes this season, reaching a total of 15. Since it has not yet been released, it does not appear on the list of renewals, but the network assures that they are delighted with the creative direction of the series.
Last year, the COVID-19 pandemic situation caused The CW to end the current seasons of the series The Flash, Supergirl and Batwoman, since it was very difficult to bet on teleworking in them. And much less if the pending work is related to a shoot, making travel impossible.