How To Watch Arrowverse’s Crossover

gomoviesDecember 7, 2019


The Crisis on Infinite Earths schedule is spread out over the course of a month – and here’s how you can watch the Arrowverse crossover. The five-part event encompasses all Arrowverse shows, and with Batwoman being added to The CW’s lineup for the 2019-2020 season, the annual crossover is packed with more shows than ever. Crisis on Infinite Earths will also bring Legends of Tomorrow back into the mix, as the show sat out last year’s Elseworlds.

Teased at the end of Elseworlds, Crisis on Infinite Earths is a story that threatens every Earth in the multiverse, forcing the heroes of all five Arrowverse shows to come together. After receiving several dire warnings from the Monitor (LaMonica Garrett), the heroes will have to defend the multiverse from waves of antimatter that are capable of destroying entire planets. As a story that involves multiple alternate realities, Crisis on Infinite Earths will incorporate a multitude of characters who have no previous ties to the Arrowverse, including Black Lightning‘s titular hero, Jefferson Pierce (Cress Williams), Smallville‘s Clark Kent (Tom Welling), and Birds of Prey‘s Huntress (Ashley Scott).

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After weeks of build-up, Crisis on Infinite Earths officially begins with Supergirl on December 8, which is “Part One” of the crossover. Supergirl will air in its normal timeslot, 8 ET on Sunday. Supergirl will be followed up by Batwoman on Monday, and The Flash on Tuesday. The Supergirl and The Flash installments of Crisis on Infinite Earths will be accompanied by an after-show hosted by Kevin Smith that will explore the events that took place in each episode. Fans will have to wait until 2020 for the final two parts of the crossover, though. “Part Four” and Part Five” (Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, respectively) will air back-to-back on Tuesday, January 14 to close out Crisis on Infinite Earths.

How To Watch Crisis On Infinite Earths

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All five episodes of Crisis on Infinite Earths can, of course, be watched live on The CW on their respective nights. Another way to view Crisis on Infinite Earths is through the CW App, which carries all Arrowverse shows. Episodes are generally added one day after airing. Other ways people can watch Crisis on Infinite Earths online is to go through a service like Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T Now, and FuboTV.

Crisis on Infinite Earths is the Arrowverse‘s biggest crossover yet. As an event that features the death of Oliver Queen (and possibly Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen), Arrowverse’s first-ever Bruce Wayne, Brandon Routh as Superman again, and Tom Welling reprising his role as Smallville‘s Clark Kent, it’s easy to understand the hype surrounding Crisis on Infinite Earths.

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