The CW’s Crisis On Infinite Earths Crossover Will Have One Episode Missing When It Airs In The UK


The CW’s biggest ever crossover event is coming, and it’s going to be huge. The Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover is the crossover episode that fans have been waiting for.

However, it’s been revealed that when these crossover episodes air in the UK, they’ll be one missing in what will have to be yet another annoying story about viewers in the United Kingdom not getting to see things.

The Crisis On Infinite Earths television event will span over five episodes, and one of them won’t air in the UK.

It was revealed that part two of this huge Arrowverse crossover event just won’t air in the UK, which means that viewers over here will be very confused whilst watching the show.

In the US, the crossover will span five shows, kicking off with Supergirl (Sunday, 8th December) and carrying on with Batwoman (Monday, 9th December) and then The Flash (Tuesday, 10th December).

Viewers in the UK won’t get to watch every episode of Crisis On Infinite Earths

Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover event won't air every episode in the UK

Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover event won’t air every episode in the UK (Credit: The CW)

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Crisis On Infinite Earths will then be capped off after a midseason break, with episodes of Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow (both airing on Tuesday, 14th January in the US).

However, here in the UK most of these episodes will be airing on Sky One and they only show four of those shows, meaning that viewers int the UK will be missing one episode.

They don’t have the rights to Batwoman at the moment, in which part 2 of the crossover event will take place, and at the moment the show is not scheduled to come to the UK any time soon. went to Sky One for a comment, and a spokesperson confirmed: “Sky do not own the rights to broadcast Batwoman, so at present time there are no plans for it to air on Sky One.

“We will, however, be showing the current seasons of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow (and in 2020, Legends of Tomorrow) in full, including all crossover episodes for those series.”

The first season of Batman kicked off in the US back in October and it’s still not known which broadcaster, if any, it will come to in the UK.

Batwoman won’t be airing in the UK

Ruby Rose as Batwoman

Ruby Rose as Batwoman (Credit: The CW)

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One of the real joys of this upcoming Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover event is that it’s going to bring in some of the other universes in The CW’s Arrowverse, which means we’re going to get to see some pretty interesting actors reprising DC Comics roles they’ve played in the past.

This means that we’re going to get to see the likes of Superman Returns star Brandon Routh play his version of the Man of Steel, Smallville’s Tom Welling back as Clark Kent, and Batman: The Animated Series voice actor Kevin Conroy playing Bruce Wayne in live-action for the first time ever (I’m particularly excited about this).

There are also rumours that Mark Hamill could turn up as either The Trickster or the Joker, which I really hope happens.

What do you make of this news? Are you as annoyed as I am that we won’t get to watch the entire Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover event here in the UK? Let us know in the comments below.

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