Due to the filming and productions had to stand by the coronavirus, The CW recently revealed what will be the dates of return of their series. Among them are The Flash and Batwoman.
When he began to be aware of the news that the filming had to be paused due to the coronavirus, it was clear that a lot of series were going to have to delay their release dates. And the news that brings Deadline is already realized how it affected the american series: The CW has announced that the majority of their new seasons and new series that was intended to be premiered in the autumn will not arrive until next year.
In January 2021 the us-based chain will begin to emit The Flash (seventh season), Riverdale (fifth season), Batwoman (second season), Black Lightning (fourth season) and the reboot of the Haunted (third season), among other. In addition, it will be then when they arrive, the premieres of Walker, the reboot of the series that protagonizaba Chuck Norris, now with Jared Padalecki; and Superman & Lois, the new series starring the superhero from DC played by Tyler Hoechlin.
In terms of works of fiction as Supergirl (sixth season), the reboot of Dynasty (fourth season), DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (sixth season), Roswell, New Mexico (third season) and In the Dark (third season), along with the new Kung Fu and The Republic of Sarah, The CW revealed that will come later in the “midseason” that will start in may. In the case of the cousin of Superman, the delay is due according to Deadline the pregnancy of Melissa Benoist.
Despite arriving later than in other years, all of the series mentioned have episodes that have their seasons usually. In addition, The CW plans a shorter version of the crossover’s annual Arrowverso, released also in may. All this, of course, if the pandemic allows and does not result in a rebound. As for The Flash, it revealed new details that indicates that the series will have a happy ending. What does this mean? Find out here.