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The Arrowverse May Say Goodbye To ‘Arrow’ And ‘Legends Of Tomorrow’

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Since 2012, The Arrowverse has become the perfect example of a shared TV universe. With so many programs, it wasn’t rare to see your favorites pop up somewhere else. Unfortunately, this praised universe may be losing two of its biggest shows.

Cutting It Down

There’s a major rumor that Legends of Tomorrow and Arrow are ending following the 2019-2020 season. many fans are pointing to the upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover as a clue.

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This highly anticipated event is slated to feature the demise of certain characters. If Oliver Queen and the League are slated to perish, this will change things forever. Since the crossovers are usually in December, this could mean each show gets a shortened season. If they’re looking to give both shows a proper sendoff, moving the crossover to spring would make sense.

The Tale Of The Tape

Debuting in 2012, Arrow kicked things off for the entire universe. The show has seen countless nominations, including the People’s Choice Awards for Favorite Network TV Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show.

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In 2016, Legends of Tomorrow premiered to positive reviews. The series features numerous heroes introduced in Arrow and The Flash. It also brought John Constantine into the Arrowverse following a canceled NBC series.

Leaving On A High Note?

Both shows are currently in the midst of their wildest seasons yet. Arrow finds Oliver discovering that someone else has taken over the Green Arrow persona while he was imprisoned. It turns out to be his half-sister, Emiko. On Legends of Tomorrow, the group has to take care of various fairy tale creatures that are wrecking the world.

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If these shows do end next season, there’s a great chance certain characters can hop on other shows. There’s also another possibility of working a new show surrounding the remaining heroes. Whatever happens, the Arrowverse is looking at a major shakeup in the future.

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