On DC’s “Legends of Tomorrow”, Sara Lance/White Canary (Caity Lotz) knows why Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and John Diggle, Jr./Connor Hawke dons the hood and mask of the Green Arrow: Star City will always need a hero who will not fail the people of Star City, a city whose wrongs needs to be righted by a crusader with the aim for justice against crime and corruption. That is why the world needs Green Arrow: then in 1941, now in 2016 and soon in 2046. Green Arrow is a legend: yesterday, today, tomorrow … forever.
Now, according to IGN, Amell is thinking about having the legend of Green Arrow crossing over to CBS’ “Supergirl” starring Melissa Benoist as the Girl of Steel:
“Sure! In this iteration of the DC Universe, the ‘Television Universe’ as it were, I’m the guy that’s been around the longest, so I always feel – whether I’m on a show or I’m not a show – I always feel as though I can in some way, shape or form represent them, and I always want them to be wildly successful and last for many more years than we end up lasting, because I just want to see people have success. So, I would love to go over to Supergirl. That would be a blast, if for no other reason than I miss shooting in Los Angeles.”
As we all know, CW’s “Arrow” is the legend that led to Grant Gustin as “The Flash”, whose legend will soon crossover to National City in the March 28 episode entitled “World’s Finest” as Central City’s Scarlet Speedster teams up with rising legend Supergirl against the bad girl power of Livewire and Silver Banshee. We also know that Green Arrow, the Flash, and Supergirl are members of the Justice League alongside these founding legends who are indeed brave and bold: the “World’s Finest” of superheroes known as Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Last of all, we know that “Arrow”, “The Flash”, and “Supergirl” are the legends that are brought to the small screen by Greg Berlanti, who’s also responsible for “Legends of Tomorrow”.
“The Flash” returns with a new episode on March 22, followed by a new “Arrow” on March 23. “Supergirl” airs Monday nights on CBS, and “Legends of Tomorrow” airs Thursdays on the CW.