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Superman and Lois cast in Season 4 renewal on The CW
June 14, 2023
The CW has made decisions about its remaining bubble shows for the upcoming 2023-24 season. Three shows still awaiting a decision on renewal or cancellation were DC Comics-based shows.Superman and Lois” and “Gotham Knights” and “All American: Homecoming”. Grayling The Hollywood Reporter, the network has decided to renew “Superman & Lois” for a fourth season, and “All American” spinoff “All American: Homecoming” will return for a third season. Meanwhile, another DC Comics-based television series, “Gotham Knights,” has been canceled after one season.
‘Superman & Lois’ returns for Season 4, ‘Gotham Knights’ canceled on CW
Renewed shows for CW’s 2022-2023 lineup include “Superman & Lois,” “All American: Homecoming,” parent series “Homecoming” and “Walker.” Additionally, THR notes that the fourth season of “Superman & Lois” will be shorter, with ten episodes instead of 13. Meanwhile, “All American” will air 13 episodes instead of 15 in its third season. his sophomore run.
Based on the iconic DC comics and characters, “Superman & Lois” is a comic book superhero drama starring Tyler Hoechlin (“Teen Wolf”) as Clark Kent/Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch (“Grimm”) as Lois Lane. The show started as a spinoff of the “Supergirl” television series and part of the DC and CW’s “Arrow-verse.” Heochlin and Tulloch took over their roles. They originated from the shows “Supergirl” and “The Flash”.
The series debuted on the CW in February 2021, and since then has had three seasons and 41 episodes. The finale of season 3 of the series will be shown on June 27. The season 4 renewal will consist of 53 episodes. The series was The CW’s most-watched show of the season, but it was also the network’s most expensive. The show was developed for television by Greg Berlanti and Todd Helbing.
THR notes that the reduction in episode orders comes as new CW owners Nexstar try to minimize costs with smaller episode numbers and other cuts to make the network profitable by 2025.
DC’s “Gotham Knights” has two more episodes left, with the series finale scheduled for June 27. The series was developed for television by Natalie Abrams, Chad Fiveash, and James Stoteraux. Set in Gotham City, it follows the young members of the Batman family as they try to protect the city after the death of Bruce Wayne, aka Batman. The series starred Oscar Morgan as Turner Hayes, the adopted son of Bruce Wayne and a student at Gotham Academy. Turner Hayes is an original character created for the show.
Gotham Knights also stars Navia Robinson as Carrie Kelley, aka Robin, Anna Lore as Stephanie Brown, who became both Batgirl and Robin in the comics, and “Supernatural” star Misha Collins as Gotham City District Attorney Harvey Dent. become Two-Face.
Berlanti Productions was the producer of all three shows above. The company co-produced all of The CW’s DC Comics series, including “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “Legends of Tomorrow,” “Batwoman” and “Black Lightning.” DC’s “The Flash” has come to an end after its ninth season aired last month. The series ran for 184 episodes. “Arrow” ran for eight seasons and 170 episodes. “Black Lightning” ended after four seasons and 58 episodes.
“Supergirl” moved to The CW after its first season aired on CBS. The series ran for six seasons and 126 episodes and ended in November 2021. The show featured “Arrow-verse” versions of Superman/Clark Kent and Lois Lane.