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MMCJawa wrote:
Anyone else feel a bit saturated with CWverse shows? Somehow both Legends and Supergirl just made the whole thing too much for me. With the exception of Arrow this season, I keep feeling diminished enjoyment from watching them.

Legends didn't bother me too much... but Supergirl really seemed redundant this season. The whole 'one main hero surrounded by their team of quirky lesser heroes in their secret sci-fi base with the teenage quality love interests, the nerdy computer person, the tough and silent guy with the heart of gold and whatever other obvious parallels you want to draw between Team Arrow, Team Flash and now Team Supergirl...

That really hit me hard this season... Legends has it's own painfully stupid aspects... but I don't feel the 'Take the same team and throw different costumes on them' like I do with the other three. It still feels somewhat unique amongst this herd.


Phantom,

Probably because so far Firestorm hasn't had to fight in and around his ACTUAL weight class.

Also like you said, Supergirl should be fighting more powerful beings but it seems like they still want kitsch. Which I don't necessarily need. But we'll see how this season ends. I have...lowered expectations. But hopefully more Tyler Hoelin(sp) Superman will help.


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MMCJawa wrote:
Anyone else feel a bit saturated with CWverse shows? Somehow both Legends and Supergirl just made the whole thing too much for me. With the exception of Arrow this season, I keep feeling diminished enjoyment from watching them.

And next season they add Black Lightning. I'm really hoping they split it up and run some during the other's hiatuses (like SHIELD/Agent Carter). Or at least spread them out over more nights. Tuesday nights (when everything airs) sucks.


They are spread out where I am: Mon-Supergirl, Tues-Flash/Legends, Weds-Arrow...


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yeah...I am actually kind of happy Legends is done for the year and the shows are on temporary hiatus. While AoS and IZombie are also technically comic book shows, they have a much different feel from the CW shows and from each other.


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Ramarren wrote:
They are spread out where I am: Mon-Supergirl, Tues-Flash/Legends, Weds-Arrow...

Legends and Flash on Tues isn't spread out. CW was very close to my having to drop Legends when they pulled that. Because I'm not dropping SHIELD, and I can only record two shows simultaneously. (x:57-X+1:03 and X+1:57-X+2:03 where X is a primetime hour are simultaneous.)


GreenDragon1133 wrote:
Ramarren wrote:
They are spread out where I am: Mon-Supergirl, Tues-Flash/Legends, Weds-Arrow...
Legends and Flash on Tues isn't spread out. CW was very close to my having to drop Legends when they pulled that. Because I'm not dropping SHIELD, and I can only record two shows simultaneously. (x:57-X+1:03 and X+1:57-X+2:03 where X is a primetime hour are simultaneous.)

Having shows on Mon, Tues, Wends, is pretty spread out. It used to be M/T/W/Th but Riverdale kind of screwed that up and legends lost it TH spot and was bumped to Tuesday..

Honestly I'm a little surprised they ARE as spread out as they are... They used to try to combine genre's and spinoffs on the same day. Things like Supernatural and Vampire Diaries... and then Vampire Diaries and the Originals back to back...


I think when Black Lightning shows up, we'll probably have that on Thursdays and move some other shows around.

But I do agree that having TWO CW/Arrowverse shows back to back can be stressful for those of watching other comic inspired shows.


I'm hoping Riverdale is a one season and done thing. It's really dragging something fierce and doesn't feel like it has the legs for a second season.


Phantom,

It might be. I dunno. I never thought One Tree Hill would last as long as it did...

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I read that Riverdale is planning a season two that could feature Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and possibly supernatural zombies from the other side of the river, making it more of a genre show, and following in the recent types of plots the comic has gone with.

Doesn't mean it will get renewed, but the showrunners are planning for a season 2 in a way which sounds like it wouldn't drag as much.


Joel, It might do that. But honestly I don't care. Right now this is the least important comic adaptation thingie I care about.


Does episode 11 of season 2 double as a 4th of July and Christmas episode?

Also, does the trend of them making bad decisions when it comes to when, where, and with whom they bed down with continue?


NPC,

It's a trend yes and also yes.

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The NPC wrote:
Also, does the trend of them making bad decisions when it comes to when, where, and with whom they bed down with continue?

Does not that make the team an accurate depiction of real life people, or am I just projecting?


My guess: little from column A little from column B


Set wrote:
The NPC wrote:
Also, does the trend of them making bad decisions when it comes to when, where, and with whom they bed down with continue?

Does not that make the team an accurate depiction of real life people, or am I just projecting?

Maybe, but do you go into high risk missions and decide to stop in the middle and get it on?


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The NPC wrote:
Set wrote:
The NPC wrote:
Also, does the trend of them making bad decisions when it comes to when, where, and with whom they bed down with continue?

Does not that make the team an accurate depiction of real life people, or am I just projecting?

Maybe, but do you go into high risk missions and decide to stop in the middle and get it on?

When else do you get it ON? ;)


yeh I'm with John on this one. Adrenaline fused On-ing is the way to go.


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Expanding on that idea I'd suggested earlier in the Arrow thread. Picture this:

A six week arc on all four shows:
Monday Night on Supergirl, Tom Cavanaugh guest stars as Team Quick invades National City.
Tuesday Night on the Flash, Central City comes under threat from Power Ring and Superwoman.
And on Legends, the Legends are stuck crossing dimensions, visiting alternate Earths (such as Atomic Age, or Age of Sail, or any other interesting elseworld). Their final destination is a world that makes Earth-2 under Zoom seem like a paradise. And they get captured by the Court of Owls. Their only hope is a 'suicidal' squad of heroes.
Thursday Night on Arrow, Tyler Hoechlin guest stars as Star City is at the mercy of Ultraman.

And in the final four episodes - an all week event, the DEO, Team Flash, Team Arrow and the Legends team up, against the Crime Syndicate of America.

They can't use Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, their supporting casts, or any member of the Suicide Squad because of the movies. But these aren't them. Also, the other three shows find themselves facing threats without explanation. Until Legends catches up, and the event that caused it all is revealed.


Green,

It's a pretty interesting idea having the Crime Syndicate. Not sure that's where they're going with that. But it would give each of the shows something to tie them together.

BTW apparently Rip Hunter is building a new set of Time Master only this time it's a Time BUREAU!


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I saw that. And even he thinks that the team he put together are reckless and irresponsible.


Green,

Well after this latest screw up...he's not wrong!

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