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Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 Synopses

Well as far as synopses go, these are three of the biggest we've ever seen in both length and in description! The Crisis on Infinite Earths is at hand and now we are getting our first idea just what is going to happen. Despite everything that Lena and Kara have been through, is sounds like they will have to put whatever divides them aside as Earth 38 is in immediate danger! J'onn must devise a plan to save them all, could Ma'alefa'ak be the key? Check out all the synopses below:

THE KICKOFF TO THE EPIC TELEVISON CROSSOVER EVENT, CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS - The Monitor (guest star LaMonica Garrett) sends Harbinger (guest star Audrey Marie Anderson) to gather the worlds’ greatest heroes - Supergirl (Melissa Benoist), The Flash (guest star Grant Gustin), Green Arrow (guest star Stephen Amell), Batwoman (guest star Ruby Rose), White Canary (guest star Caity Lotz), The Atom (guest star Brandon Routh) and Superman (guest star Tyler Hoechlin) - in preparation for the impending Crisis. With their worlds in imminent danger, the superheroes suit up for battle while J’onn (David Harewood) and Alex (Chyler Leigh) recruit Lena (Katie McGrath) to help them find a way to save the people of Earth-38. Jesse Warn directed the episode with story by Robert Rovner & Marc Guggenheim and teleplay by Derek Simon & Jay Faerber (#509).

CAN THE REAL CLARK KENT PLEASE STAND UP? PART TWO OF CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS CONTINUES WITH SPECIAL GUEST STARS TOM WELLING, ERICA DURANCE AND KEVIN CONROY – The group uses Ray’s (guest star Brandon Routh) invention to track new recruits to help save the universe. The Monitor (guest star LaMonica Garrett) sends Iris (guest star Candice Patton), Clark (guest star Tyler Hoechlin) and Lois (guest star Elizabeth Tulloch) in search of a mysterious Kryptonian, while Kate (Ruby Rose) and Kara (guest star Melissa Benoist) head out to find Bruce Wayne (guest star Kevin Conroy). In addition, Mia (guest star Katherine McNamara) challenges Sara (guest star Caity Lotz), Rory (guest star Dominic Purcell) discovers a hidden talent, and Lex Luthor (guest star Jon Cryer) returns. Laura Belsey directed the episode written by Don Whitehead and Holly Henderson (#108). Original airdate 12/9/2019.

BLACK LIGHTNING JOINS THE ARROWVERSE IN THE THIRD CHAPTER OF THE CROSSOVER – Pariah (Tom Cavanagh) enlists Black Lightning (guest star Cress Williams) to help stop the Anti-Monitor (guest star LaMonica Garrett) after Flash-90 (guest star John Wesley Shipp) shares what he learned from his battle in ‘Elseworlds.’ With the help of Black Lightning, Barry (Grant Gustin), Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) come up with a plan that could save them all. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) has a heart-to-heart with Ryan Choi (guest star Osric Chau), while Oliver (guest star Stephen Amell) and Diggle (guest star David Ramsey) return to an old familiar stomping ground. David McWhirter directed the episode with story by Eric Wallace and teleplay by Lauren Certo & Sterling Gates (#609). Original airdate 12/10/2019.

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#26 RE: Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 SynopsesEire El 2019-11-27 01:43
A new update for European viewers according to geektown.co.uk. on 25 November 2019:

"However, Sky has not managed to acquire the rights to broadcast Batwoman… This is due to them having been already acquired by “another party”, but they do not know who has acquired those rights and do not know where or how the series will be broadcast in the UK.

There were some stories going around saying Sky weren’t broadcasting the crisis event at all. Those stories are incorrect. They are, however, holding the 4 crossover episodes they do have until early 2020."


Still uncertainty but now we have to wait until the new year. The only positive spin I can think of is either they use the time to negotiate further or give another broadcaster the time to catch up (assuming everyone has access to the other broadcaster). However going by previous years it's not unusual for Sky to start the second half of the seasons in March/April.

I know some have a preference for watching certain shows but may not watch others and that's a mater of personal choice. Whereas although Supergirl is my favourite, I watch and like all that are available to me.

Quoting Romulus:

Nonetheless, the COIE recaps will have to suffice since I, like you, will only be watching certain parts of the crossover and not each individual show. I'll tune in for SG and BW, will get the recap for the Flash, and may/may not watch Arrow and LOT, since they're not top priority shows on my list. Naturally, your viewing preferences will vary.
#25 RE: Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 SynopsesKelly 2019-11-26 20:01
Quoting CatPat:
Quoting Kelly:
Quoting LibertyPrime:
I'm just guessing, but Flash fansites are probably freaking out because Barry isn't mentioned in part 2 and Iris is. :D

Oh I'm sure they are crying on Twitter as I type....



Just like Supergirl isn't mentioned in part 3 but her cousin and his ither earth doppelganger are...

Any word on Helen Slater's Supergirl or Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman? The latter will send fans into overdrive. I keep thinking The Legion could pop up from the future with President Danvers (Helen).

I think we would have heard by now if she was in it, other than mom Danvers. And we've seen nothing that even has her in it in that role.
#24 RE: Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 Synopsesvantheman77 2019-11-25 00:47
Flash is in the Batwoman part. There is a BTS photo of he, Oliver, Constantine, Jonah Hex, Sara, and Mia. I assume that they're traveling back in time to the Wild West to see Jonah Hex.
#23 RE: Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 Synopsessuperbill 2019-11-24 14:26
Quoting RobertAnthony:
To the Admin...

A new trailer has popped up about the crossover...AND THIS ONE IS HEARTPOUNDING

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62Stp7TH9GE


Not a huge fan of crossovers and haven't been anticipating this as much as many, but d**n, this got my attention!
+3 #22 I have seen a new trailerRobertAnthony 2019-11-24 12:34
To the Admin...

A new trailer has popped up about the crossover...AND THIS ONE IS HEARTPOUNDING

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62Stp7TH9GE
+1 #21 RE: Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 Synopseskdickerson87 2019-11-24 10:32
Bring on the whole Justice League. This should be very good.
#20 RE: Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 SynopsesCatPat 2019-11-22 15:38
Quoting Kelly:
Quoting LibertyPrime:
I'm just guessing, but Flash fansites are probably freaking out because Barry isn't mentioned in part 2 and Iris is. :D

Oh I'm sure they are crying on Twitter as I type....



Just like Supergirl isn't mentioned in part 3 but her cousin and his ither earth doppelganger are...

Any word on Helen Slater's Supergirl or Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman? The latter will send fans into overdrive. I keep thinking The Legion could pop up from the future with President Danvers (Helen).
+1 #19 Crisis part 1 synopsisCatPat 2019-11-22 15:30
Unless something really, really event turning happens on TWoRK, it will be interesting to see J'onn and Alex recruiting Lena after what she did to their respective siblings Mal a d Kara.

I'm also a little surprised J'onn wasnt mentioned as one of the world's greatest superheroes being assembled as he is far more powerful than several listed.

I am so looking forward to TWoRK and Crisis. Totally giddy... LOL!
#18 RE: Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 SynopsesRomulus 2019-11-22 12:05
@Eire El,

You would be correct as it applies to Western Europe, the UK and Ireland. However, Eastern Europe and elsewhere are other matters altogether.

So, it's likely to be, as you pointed out, the highest bidder (and not Sky) that won it but have not yet decided to advertise or air the episodes. An unusual move, yes, but nothing in today's world makes logical sense. It's possible that they (whomever it might be) will begin to air the show in the New Year. Anything's possible.

Nonetheless, the COIE recaps will have to suffice since I, like you, will only be watching certain parts of the crossover and not each individual show. I'll tune in for SG and BW, will get the recap for the Flash, and may/may not watch Arrow and LOT, since they're not top priority shows on my list. Naturally, your viewing preferences will vary.

Now, back to the overall topic at hand. ;-)
#17 RE: Crisis on Infinite Earths Parts 1-3 SynopsesEire El 2019-11-22 11:00
I'm not so sure that conservatism and moral standards would have much of effect over here on a show like Batwoman. We do have our limitations and watersheds but most Europeans are well used to and welcome plenty of liberal programming that gets broadcast on this side of the Atlantic that would make North American broadcasters and censors cringe.

The latest according to geektown.co.uk dated way back on 17 October 2019 is:

"However, Sky has not managed to acquire the rights to broadcast Batwoman… This is due to them having been already acquired by “another party”, but they do not know who has acquired those rights and do not know where or how the series will be broadcast in the UK."

This would suggest Batwoman could have gone to the highest bidder, not Sky. To the detriment of the non-American fans I don't think the networks care about ratings outside of North America and sell broadcast rights to whomever offers more cash.

As to why an alternative broadcaster hasn't even advertised yet? It's odd.

Quoting Romulus:

Yes, very true, that frustration has also been expressed in the BW forums as well since the show has not been widely picked up internationally yet. I suspect politics, economics (i.e. international airing rights) and conservatism / moral standards might have something to do with it. I'd suggest dropping by that forum for more info.

Don't worry though, the recaps here and elsewhere will keep you up to date during and after the crossover. For us in Canada, the Flash is no longer broadcast locally (only via the CW channel, which is a costly add-on to any TV cable package), nor is Black Lightning (also only on CW) but SG, BW, LOT and Arrow are. Go figure! Politics and economics are the best guess culprits in these scenarios.


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