IGN reports on the Season 3 Crossover which will be a 4 show crossover. This year’s four-show crossover will kick off on Monday, November 27 with Supergirl, followed by Arrow, which for that week moves from Thursday to Monday. The crossover will then conclude on Tuesday, November 28, starting off the night with The Flash and then concluding with Legends of Tomorrow.
When asked for a tease of what this crossover will entail, all Pedowitz would say is, “Romance is in the air.” Of the fun of bringing these characters back together again now that they all know each other, he said, “You get to see a whole different thing. They’re all big episodic productions, and this will be even bigger.”
Speaking of romance, Pedowitz weighed in on the successes of the four shows’ previous seasons, as well as tweaks he thinks will make the shows strong.
Executive producers Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim offered more details on the upcoming Arrowverse crossover. When asked to speak to the “romance is in the air” tease, Berlanti said, “Our way of making the show bigger this year was to go even more personal, so it’s a big life event for a few different people on the show.” Like a wedding? “There are many life events that happen.”
Guggenheim said, “We’re really approaching this big four-part event as two back-to-back two hour movies, and I think when you look at it through that lens, it becomes less important for the Supergirl episode to feel like a Supergirl episode and the Arrow episode to feel like an Arrow episode, which was always our approach in the past.”
“Supergirl really found its groove in a lot of different ways,” Pedowitz said of Season 2. “I’m really happy with where they’re heading, and they’ve got a great showrunning staff. … She has to find love again, whether Mon-El comes back or not, who knows the hell knows.”