“The Flash” will be racing to Tuesday nights in the 8 p.m. slot while “Arrow” will hold the line at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays.
But the big news, according to TVGuide.com is that Stephen Amell’s Arrow will be appearing on the pilot so we’ll get our first crossover pretty quickly. Pun wholly not intended.
“In the Flash pilot, Barry comes to me,” Amell said to TVGuide.com. “[It’s a] little snippet in the Flash pilot where he and I share a scene together, it’s in his pilot, but [filming] it felt like our show because he’s coming to Starling City.
Amell, who may be the smartest person involved in a DC Comics live-action property these days said there definitely has to be synergy between the two shows.
“We’d be insane if we didn’t do crossover stuff,” Amell adds. “I don’t know that it has to be an event or big moments, but the shows share a universe, and not utilizing that fact would be insane. I’m sure that we will at some point.”
And here you go:
Now if we could just get the geniuses making the DC Comics movie to realize it’d probably be a good thing to get the two stars of two shows featuring DC Comic characters in the Justice League movie, we’d be on to something.