Superman & Lois tried to provide the Easter egg for Supergirl, but it was unfortunately cut off. Superman & Lois, the latest series in the CW’s vast Arrowverse, has nearly been in existence. Clark Kent (known as SupermanVersion )’s by Tyler Hoechlin premiered in 2016, the first time in Supergirl’s second season premiere.
In the years, he continued to appear at the show and in different crossover events in Arrowverse. Superman & Lois laid the foundations for the most recent crisis on Infinite Earth. In February, the series premiere and immersed spectators in a new Superman film. Clark and his wife Lois (Elizabeth Tulloch) have been proud parents of two teenagers, thanks to the lingering impact of the Crisis on Infinite Earth.
Superman & Lois is, therefore, part of the superheroic adventure, part of the home drama. The five first episodes dealt with Son Jordan (Alex Garfin), Clark’s emerging Clark-born superpowers in the face of a weird new opponent, Captain Luthor, Wolé Parks. Superman & Lois could sound very restricted, but the wider Arrowverse was attempted.
As showcase Todd Helbing said, an image of Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) was taken in the second episode of the series. As many of Clark’s early Arrowverse adventures had surrounded his friendship with Kara, this little point was not made by Superman & Lois. It is a clever way to prove that Clark and Lois did not forget her because Supergirl couldn’t travel into Smallville. This could have been corrected in future seasons by simply having some crossover.
But if it ever happens is unknown. Superman & Lois just began the final season of Supergirl. Kara will probably appear on Superman & Lois further down the line based on how Supergirl finishes.
This season, and not just due to the pandemic, the Arrowverse is forced to undergo several changes. The Superman & Lois Supergirl Easter Egg shows just how much is changed in television, but it is so easy as time. Fortunefully, fans can rest assured that all Arrowverse is linked, even if this is not always visible on a computer.