The slog of the winter television hiatus is finally nearing its end, with most shows making their midseason premieres in the next few weeks. The same is true for The CW and most of its line-up of Arrowverse shows, with Supergirl, The Flash, and Arrow coming back starting on January 15.
The CW has released a fun new promo in anticipation of the premieres, which you can view below:
Ollie is leading the charge as usual, and it looks like Barry Allen was content to take a little bit more time off, sporting facial hair and munching on some fast food. Based on where we left him during the midseason finale, I can’t say I blame him.
You can check out the full synopses for three Arrowverse series below.
SUPERGIRL: “Legion of Superheroes” (Monday, Jan. 15 at 8/7c)
Struggling to heal from her injuries inflicted by Reign, Supergirl remains in a dreamlike state, unable to be reached. Mon-El recruits one of the Legion members, Brainiac-5 (Defiance‘s Jesse Rath), to try to bring her back. Meanwhile, Reign continues her rampage on the city so the DEO teams up with the Legion of Superheroes to try to stop her.
THE FLASH: “The Trial of The Flash” (Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 8 pm)
As Barry’s trial for the murder of Clifford DeVoe begins, Iris and Joe must decide how far they are willing to go to keep Barry out of prison.
ARROW: “Divided” (Thursday, Jan. 18 at 9 pm)
Despite losing half his team, Oliver remains confident that he, Felicity and Diggle can stop Cayden James and Black Siren However, when he discovers one of Cayden’s secrets, he decides to team up with an unlikely ally. Meanwhile, Dinah spends time with Vince.
A synopsis for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow midseason premiere has yet to be released but the series is scheduled to make its return on February 12 and will take the timeslot of Supergirl on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW until its season finale on April 9.
Source: The CW
10 Characters Batman Has Surprisingly Beaten
Everyone knows Batman is a sharp fighter, but at the end of the day he is human. Even the most impressive human has their limits, but the Caped Crusader seems to always find a way to come out on top. Whether he is fighting with the Justice League or alone, Bruce Wayne knows how to think on his toes and succeed in any situation.
He may normally fight villains, but Batman has taken down a fair share of heroes over the years as well. The Justice League may be full of mighty heroes, but it’s the Caped Crusader who is the most dangerous individual on the team.
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