Crisis on Infinite Earths continues to look like it will be the gravitational force that pulls in the entire DC TV Universe from over the years just as the cataclysmic event did in the comics as it has now been reported that the DC Universe is becoming a part of the ever-expanding Arrowverse.
The claims come from a YouTuber “Pagey” who has been a source of reliable information in the past, leading to the news carrying the weight that the Titans of the DC Universe will become a part of the larger CW shared universe.
When Titans was originally announced a couple of years ago, many fans believed it would either air on The CW or somehow tie-in to the Arrowverse as Supergirl and Constantine originally did before moving permanently over to The CW. However, the series is original to the online DC Universe streaming service along with other shows such as Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing and the upcoming animated Harley Quinn series.
While Pagey only states that the Titans will appear as a cameo only, the inclusion of them in “Crisis” will acknowledge their existence in the now expansive Arrowverse which itself contains a Multiverse that has been stated to include a vast number of realities.
Constantine, the 1990s Flash series, the 1960s Batman series, Black Lightning, Smallville, Birds of Prey and Lucifer have all been shows that have been attached to The CW’s DC TV Universe since its creation in 2012 with Arrow. With actors and characters from these shows set to appear in the upcoming crossover event.
As well as television, there have been confirmations and rumors about referencing DC Movies as Arrowverse actor Brandon Routh has been confirmed to portray his main character The Atom and Superman which he first played in the 2006 movie Superman Returns, while rumors of both Michael Keaton and Robert Wuhl have been circulating recently.
Titans is currently airing its second season weekly on the DC Universe streaming service with a new episode made available every Friday.