The Danvers Sisters Will be “At The Center” of the Arrowverse Crossover

This year, the Arrowverse crossover’s focus will be one about family, more specifically, sisters.

In a recent “Spoiler Room” EW sat down with various members of the CW family to ask them ‘spoilers-ish’ questions about their shows. One of those members was Andrew Kreisberg, writer and executive producer of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow, and he was asked if we were going to get more of the Danvers sisters in this new season. With his answer, not only did he confirmed it, but he added that “the crossover won’t be any different”.

“Kara and Alex are at the center of it through all four hours,” Kreisberg says. “One of the things we’ve been doing a lot this season is getting back to season 1 and really making it Danvers sisters-centric, so a lot of what’s going on this season is Kara and Alex doing things in tandem, and the crossover won’t be any different.”

After the events occurred in season 2, the show is looking to go back to what made it special and different from other shows, always having Alex and Kara at the center of it all, as they and their relationship are the heart and soul of the show.

Last year’s crossover did not feature a lot of Kara, as she was new to the CW and not in the same universe as the Arrowverse, but with these news is good to know she’ll be in all four hours and Alex will be her along the way.

What do you think about this news? Are you excited for more Kara and Alex?
Let us know in the comments below!

Supergirl season 3 is set to premiere this October 9 on The CW.

Source: EW

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