Arrowverse - Shared TV Universe -Viewing Order

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Arrow Seasons 1 & 2 / Arrow: Blood Rush •Arrow Season 1 (1 - 23) •Arrow Season 2 (1 - 5) •Arrow: Blood Rush (1 - 6) •Arrow Season 2 (6 - 23)

Arrow Season 3 / The Flash Season 1 / Vixen Series 1 •Arrow 3×01: The Calm •Arrow 3×02: Sara •The Flash 1×01: Pilot •The Flash 1×02: Fastest Man Alive •The Flash 1×03: Things You Can’t Outrun •Arrow 3×03: Corto Maltese •The Flash 1×04: Going Rogue •Arrow 3×04: The Magician •Arrow 3×05: The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak •The Flash 1×05: Plastique •Arrow 3×06: Guilty •The Flash 1×06: The Flash Is Born •Arrow 3×07: Draw Back Your Bow •The Flash 1×07: Power Outage •The Flash 1×08: Flash vs. Arrow •Arrow 3×08: The Brave and the Bold •The Flash 1×09: The Man in the Yellow Suit •Arrow 3×09: The Climb •The Flash 1×10: Revenge of the Rogues •Arrow 3×10: Left Behind •The Flash 1×11: The Sound and the Fury •Arrow 3×11: Midnight City •The Flash 1×12: Crazy for You •Arrow 3×12: Uprising •The Flash 1×13: The Nuclear Man •The Flash 1×14: Fallout •Arrow 3×13: Canaries •Arrow 3×14: The Return •Vixen 1x1 •Vixen 1x2 •Vixen 1x3 •Vixen 1x4 •Vixen 1x5 •Vixen 1x6 •Arrow 3×15: Nanda Parbat •Arrow 3×16: The Offer •The Flash 1×15: Out of Time •The Flash 1×16: Rogue Time •The Flash 1×17: Tricksters •Arrow 3×17: Suicidal Tendencies •The Flash 1×18: All Star Team Up •Arrow 3×18: Public Enemy •Arrow 3×19: Broken Arrow •Arrow 3×20: The Fallen •The Flash 1×19: Who Is Harrison Wells? •The Flash 1×20: The Trap •The Flash 1×21: Grodd Lives •Arrow 3×21: Al Sah-him •Arrow 3×22: This Is Your Sword •The Flash 1×22: Rogue Air •Arrow 3×23: My Name Is Oliver Queen •The Flash 1×23: Fast Enough

Constantine •Constantine: City of Demons Season 1 (1 - 5) •Constantine Season 1 (1 - 13)

Arrow Season 4 / The Flash Season 2 / Legends of Tomorrow Season 1 / Supergirl Season 1 and 2 / Vixen Series 2 / The Flash: Chronicles of Cisco •Arrow 4×01: Green Arrow •The Flash 2×01: The Man Who Saved Central City •The Flash 2×02: Flash of Two Worlds •Arrow 4×02: The Candidate •The Flash 2×03: Family of Rogues •Arrow 4×03: Restoration •Arrow 4×04: Beyond Redemption •The Flash 2×04: The Fury of Firestorm •The Flash 2×05: The Darkness and the Light •Arrow 4×05: Haunted •Arrow 4×06: Lost Souls •The Flash 2×06: Enter Zoom •Arrow 4×07: Brotherhood •The Flash 2×07: Gorilla Warfare •The Flash 2×08: Legends of Today •Arrow 4×08: Legends of Yesterday •Vixen 2x1 •Vixen 2x2 •Vixen 2x3 •Vixen 2x4 •Vixen 2x5 •Vixen 2x6 •Arrow 4×09: Dark Waters •Arrow 4×10: Blood Debts •The Flash 2×09: Running to Stand Still •The Flash 2×10: Potential Energy •Legends of Tomorrow 1x01: Pilot, Part 1 •Legends of Tomorrow 1x02: Pilot, Part 2 •Legends of Tomorrow 1x03: Blood Ties •The Flash 2×11: The Reverse-Flash Returns •Arrow 4×11: A.W.O.L •The Flash 2x12: Fast Lane •Arrow 4×12: Unchained •Arrow 4×13: Sins of the Father •The Flash 2x13: Welcome to Earth-2 •The Flash 2x14: Escape from Earth-2 •The Flash 2x15: King Shark •Supergirl Season 1 (1 - 3, 5, 4 - 17) •Legends of Tomorrow 1x04: White Knights •Legends of Tomorrow 1x05: Fail-Safe •Legends of Tomorrow 1x06: Star City 2046 •Arrow 4×14: Code of Silence •Arrow 4×15: Taken •Legends of Tomorrow 1x07: Marooned •Legends of Tomorrow 1x08: Night of the Hawk •Legends of Tomorrow 1x09: Left Behind •The Flash 2x16: Trajectory •Arrow 4×16: Broken Hearts •The Flash 2x17: Flash Back •Arrow 4×17: Beacon of Hope •Arrow 4×18: Eleven-Fifty-Nine •Arrow 4×19: Canary Cry •Legends of Tomorrow 1x10: Progeny •The Flash: Chronicles of Cisco •Supergirl 1x18: Worlds Finest •The Flash 2x18: Versus Zoom •Supergirl 1x19: Myriad •Supergirl 1x20: Better Angels •Supergirl 2x01: The Adventures of Supergirl •Legends of Tomorrow 1x11: The Magnificent Eight •Legends of Tomorrow 1x12: Last Refuge •The Flash 2x19: Back to Normal •Supergirl 2x02: The Last Children of Krypton •Supergirl 2x03: Welcome to Earth •Legends of Tomorrow 1x13: Leviathan •Legends of Tomorrow 1x14: River of Time •Legends of Tomorrow 1x15: Destiny •Supergirl 2x04: Survivors •Arrow 4×20: Genesis •Arrow 4×21: Monument Point •Arrow 4×22: Lost in the Flood •Supergirl 2x05: Crossfire •Legends of Tomorrow 1x16: Legendary •Arrow 4×23: Schism •The Flash 2x20: Rupture •The Flash 2x21: The Runaway Dinosaur •The Flash 2x22: Invincible •The Flash 2x23: The Race of His Life

Arrow Season 5 / The Flash Season 3 / Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 / Supergirl Season 2 •Supergirl 2x06: Changing •The Flash 3x01: Flashpoint •The Flash 3x02: Paradox •The Flash 3x03: Magenta •The Flash 3x04: The New Rogues •The Flash 3x05: Monster •The Flash 3x06: Shade •The Flash 3x07: Killer Frost •Supergirl 2x07: The Darkest Place •Arrow 5×01: Legacy •Arrow 5×02: The Recruits •Legends of Tomorrow 2x01: Out of Time •Legends of Tomorrow 2x02: The Justice Society of America •Legends of Tomorrow 2x03: Shogun •Arrow 5×03: A Matter of Trust •Arrow 5×04: Penance •Arrow 5×05: Human Target •Legends of Tomorrow 2x04: Abominations •Arrow 5×06: So It Begins •Legends of Tomorrow 2x05: Compromised •Arrow 5×07: Vigilante •Legends of Tomorrow 2x06: Outlaw Country •Supergirl 2x08: Medusa •The Flash 3x08: Invasion! •Arrow 5×08: Invasion! •Legends of Tomorrow 2x07: Invasion! •The Flash 3x09: The Present •Arrow 5×09: What We Leave Behind •Arrow 5×10: Who Are You? •Legends of Tomorrow 2x08: The Chicago Way •Legends of Tomorrow 2x09: Raiders of the Lost Art •Legends of Tomorrow 2x10: The Legion of Doom •Legends of Tomorrow 2x11: Turncoat •Supergirl 2x09: Supergirl Lives •The Flash 3x10: Borrowing Problems from the Future •Supergirl 2x10: We Can Be Heroes •The Flash 3x11: Dead or Alive •Arrow 5×11: Second Chances •Supergirl 2x11: The Martian Chronicles •The Flash 3x12: Untouchable •Arrow 5×12: Bratva •Supergirl 2x12: Luthors •Supergirl 2x13: Mr. & Mrs. Mxyzptlk •Supergirl 2x14: Homecoming •The Flash 3x13: Attack on Gorilla City •The Flash 3x14: Attack on Central City •Arrow 5×13: Spectre of the Gun •Legends of Tomorrow 2x12: Camelot/3000 •Legends of Tomorrow 2x13: Land of the Lost •Arrow 5×14: The Sin-Eater •Arrow 5×15: Fighting Fire with Fire •Supergirl 2x15: Exodus •The Flash 3x15: The Wrath of Savitar •The Flash 3x16: Into the Speed Force •Legends of Tomorrow 2x14: Moonshot •Arrow 5×16: Checkmate •Supergirl 2x16: Star-Crossed •The Flash 3x17: Duet •Legends of Tomorrow 2x15: Fellowship of the Spear •Arrow 5×17: Kapiushon •Arrow 5×18: Disbanded •Supergirl 2x17: Distant Sun •The Flash 3x18: Abra Kadabra •The Flash 3x19: The Once and Future Flash •The Flash 3x20: I Know Who You Are •The Flash 3x21: Cause and Effect •The Flash 3x22: Infantino Street •The Flash 3x23: Finish Line •Arrow 5×19: Dangerous Liaisons •Arrow 5×20: Underneath •Legends of Tomorrow 2x16: Doomworld •Legends of Tomorrow 2x17: Aruba •Supergirl 2x18: Ace Reporter •Supergirl 2x19: Alex •Supergirl 2x20: City of Lost Children •Supergirl 2x21: Resist •Supergirl 2x22: Nevertheless, She Persisted •Arrow 5×21: Honor Thy Fathers •Arrow 5×22: Missing •Arrow 5×23: Lian Yu

Freedom Fighters: The Ray Season 1 and 2 •Freedom Fighters: The Ray Season 1 (1 - 6) •Freedom Fighters: The Ray Season 2 (1 - 6)

Arrow Season 6 / The Flash Season 4 / Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 / Supergirl Season 3 •Legends of Tomorrow 3x01: Aruba-Con •Arrow 6x01: Fallout •Arrow 6x02: Tribute •Arrow 6x03: Next of Kin •Supergirl 3x01: Girl of Steel •The Flash 4x01: The Flash Reborn •The Flash 4x02: Mixed Signals •Supergirl 3x02: Triggers •Legends of Tomorrow 3x02: Freakshow •Supergirl 3x03: Far From the Tree •The Flash 4x03: Luck Be a Lady •Legends of Tomorrow 3x03: Zari •Supergirl 3x04: The Faithful •The Flash 4x04: Elongated Journey Into Night •Legends of Tomorrow 3x04: Phone Home •Legends of Tomorrow 3x05: Return of the Mack •Supergirl 3x05: Damage •Supergirl 3x06: Midvale •The Flash 4x05: Girls Night Out •Arrow 6x04: Reversal •Arrow 6x05: Deathstroke Returns •Arrow 6x06: Promises Kept •The Flash 4x06: When Harry Met Harry... •The Flash 4x07: Therefore I Am •Legends of Tomorrow 3x06: Helen Hunt •Supergirl 3x07: Wake Up •Legends of Tomorrow 3x07: Welcome to the Jungle •Arrow 6x07: Thanksgiving •Supergirl 3x08: Crisis on Earth-X, Part 1 •Arrow 6x08: Crisis on Earth-X, Part 2 •The Flash 4x08: Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3 •Legends 3x08: Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4 •Arrow 6x09: Irreconcilable Differences •Supergirl 3x09: Reign •The Flash 4x09: Don't Run •Legends of Tomorrow 3x09: Beebo the God of War •Legends of Tomorrow 3x10: Daddy Dharkest •Supergirl 3x10: Legion of Superheroes •Supergirl 3x11: Fort Rozz •The Flash 4x10: The Trial of The Flash •Arrow 6x10: Divided •Legends of Tomorrow 3x11: Here I Go Again •The Flash 4x11: The Elongated Knight Rises •Arrow 6x11: We Fall •Legends of Tomorrow 3x12: The Curse of the Earth Totem •Legends of Tomorrow 3x13: No Country for Old Dads •Supergirl 3x12: For Good •Supergirl 3x13: Both Sides Now •The Flash 4x12: Honey, I Shrunk Team Flash •Arrow 6x12: All for Nothing •The Flash 4x13: True Colors •Arrow 6x13: The Devil's Greatest Trick •Supergirl 3x14: Schott Through The Heart •Supergirl 3x15: In Search of Lost Time •Supergirl 3x16: Of Two Minds •Supergirl 3x17: Trinity •Supergirl 3x18: Shelter from the Storm •Supergirl 3x19: The Fanatical •Supergirl 3x20: Dark Side of the Moon •Supergirl 3x21: Not Kansas •Supergirl 3x22: Make it Reign •Supergirl 3x23: Battles Lost and Won •Legends of Tomorrow 3x14: Amazing Grace •Legends of Tomorrow 3x15: Necromancing the Stone •Legends of Tomorrow 3x16: I, Ava •Legends of Tomorrow 3x17: Guest Starring John Noble •Legends of Tomorrow 3x18: The Good, the Bad, and the Cuddly •The Flash 4x14: Subject 9 •Arrow 6x14: Collision Course •Arrow 6x15: Doppelganger •The Flash 4x15: Enter Flashtime •The Flash 4x16: Run, Iris, Run •Arrow 6x16: The Thanatos Guild •Arrow 6x17: Brothers in Arms •Arrow 6x18: Fundamentals •The Flash 4x17: Null and Annoyed •The Flash 4x18: Lose Yourself •The Flash 4x19: Fury Rogue •Arrow 6x19: The Dragon •Arrow 6x20: Shifting Allegiances •The Flash 4x20: Therefore She Is •Arrow 6x21: Docket No. 11-19-41-73 •The Flash 4x21: Harry and the Harrisons •Arrow 6x22: The Ties That Bind •Arrow 6x23: Life Sentence •The Flash 4x22: Think Fast •The Flash 4x23: We Are the Flash

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1. Arrow (2012– )

TV-14 | 42 min | Action, Adventure, Crime

Spoiled billionaire playboy Oliver Queen is missing and presumed dead when his yacht is lost at sea. He returns five years later a changed man, determined to clean up the city as a hooded vigilante armed with a bow.

Stars: Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Susanna Thompson

Votes: 361,035

The Flash first appeared in Arrow Season 2 Episodes 8 and 9, before getting his own spinoff series. He later appears in Arrow S3 Ep1.

Arrow and The Flash have crossover episodes in every eighth episode from Arrow S3 and The Flash S1 onwards.

Cisco Ramon appears in Arrow S3 Ep19.

Vixen appears (and Constantine is mentioned) in Arrow S4 Ep15.

Barry Allen appears in Arrow S4 E19

Brie Larvan aka the Bug-Eyed Bandit, a villain from S1E18 of The Flash, reappears in S4E17 of Arrow.

After her introduction in Legends of Tomorrow Season 1 as a child, an adult Talia Al-Ghul appears in the flashback and present day episodes of Arrow Season 5. She created the 'Arrow' persona for Oliver Queen.

Team Arrow is recruited by Team Flash in stopping an invasion by the alien Dominators, as seen in Supergirl S2E8, The Flash S3E8, Arrow S5E8 and Legends of Tomorrow S2E7.

In S5E10 we meet Laurel Lance's evil doppelganger from Earth-2; a metahuman known as "Black Siren". She originally appears in S2E22 of The Flash. In S5E11 Dinah Drake, a metahuman with similar powers to Black Siren, is recruited as the new Black Canary.

Onyx Adams appears in Arrow S6E3 but she was previously referenced as a member of the League of Assassins in Legends of Tomorrow S1E9 - in 1958!

The 2017 crossover event is called 'Crisis on Earth X'. This brings together Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl with characters from 'Freedom Fighters: The Ray'.

Iron Heights is the state prison that both Green Arrow and The Flash use to house criminals from Starling City and Central City. It has been shown housing Moira Queen, Barry's mother, the Count, Werner Zytle, Bronze Tiger, Shrapnel, The Dollmaker, China White, Quinten Lance, the Trickster, the Rival and John Diggle.

2. Arrow: Blood Rush (2013)

1 min | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi

A six episode mini series broadcast online alongside Arrow (2012). Felicity meets Roy and has a special mission for him.

Stars: Colton Haynes, Emily Bett Rickards, Paul Blackthorne

Votes: 2,357

This six-episode series of shorts takes place inbetween S2E5 and S2E6 of Arrow.

It features Felicity Smoak, Roy Harper and Quentin Lance.

3. The Flash (2014– )

TV-PG | 43 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

After being struck by lightning, Barry Allen wakes up from his coma to discover he's been given the power of super speed, becoming the Flash, fighting crime in Central City.

Stars: Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes

Votes: 254,363

The Flash first appeared in Arrow Season 2 Episodes 8 and 9, before getting his own spinoff series. He later appears in Arrow S3E1.

Arrow and The Flash have crossover episodes in every eighth episode from Arrow S3 and The Flash S1 onwards.

The Arrow appears in The Flash S1E1. Felicity Smoak appears in The Flash S1E4.

Clock King appears in The Flash S1E7 after first appearing in Season 2 of Arrow.

The Flash S1E7 alludes to the existence of Grant Emerson aka Damage, Will Everett aka Amazing-Man, Al Rothstein aka Atom Smasher/Nuklon and Ralph Dibney aka Elongated Man. A version of Atom Smasher from Earth-2 appears in Season 2. Ralph Dibney features in S4E4 by which time he has gained powers to become The Elongated Man.

Felicity Smoak and Ray Palmer appear in The Flash S1E18.

Laurel and Captain Lance and Felicity Smoak appear in The Flash S1E19.

In S1E23 'Wells' mentions Rip Hunter by name.

The Legion of Super-Heroes Flight Ring that appears in S2E13 of The Flash also appears in S1E15 of Supergirl. The Legion themselves appear in Season 3 of Supergirl.

Diggle appears in The Flash S2E15.

In the opening minutes of S2E18 Barry disappears for a few seconds. At this time Barry Allen/Flash visits an alternative Earth as shown in S1E18 of Supergirl.

In S2E22 we meet Laurel Lance's evil doppelganger from Earth-2; a metahuman known as "Black Siren". She later escapes and reappears in S5E10 of Arrow.

Felicity Smoak appears in The Flash S3E2.

At the end of Season 2 we learn that there is an Earth-3 where Jay Garrick is The Flash. He returns there after being held as a prisoner on Earth-2 by Zoom. In S3E2 he brings Barry to his Earth to give him advice.

Eobard Thawne mentions Rip Hunter in The Flash S1E23 as the original creator of the 'time sphere' he attempts to create as a means of returning to his own time. We later see Eobard Thawne use his own 'time sphere' to allow Damien Darhk to enter the timestream in Legends of Tomorrow S2E5.

The Flash recruits Supergirl, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow in stopping an invasion by the alien Dominators, as seen in Supergirl S2E8, The Flash S3E8, Arrow S5E8 and Legends of Tomorrow S2E7.

The Flash and Supergirl have a crossover in The Flash S3E17, which starts in Supergirl S2E16.

Iron Heights is the state prison that both Green Arrow and The Flash use to house criminals from Starling City and Central City. It has been shown housing Moira Queen, Barry's mother, the Count, Werner Zytle, Bronze Tiger, Shrapnel, The Dollmaker, China White, Quinten Lance, the Trickster, the Rival, John Diggle, Kilgore, Hazard, Black Bison, Dwarfstar, Null and The Flash.

In S2E22 one of the holding cells in the A.R.G.U.S. facility is labelled Cheetah, traditionally a Wonder Woman villain.

Clifford DeVoe aka The Thinker is the villain in Season 4. He was previously mentioned in S4E18 and S3E23.

The 2017 crossover event is called 'Crisis on Earth X'. This brings together Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl with characters from 'Freedom Fighters: The Ray'.


This series introduces the concept of the Multiverse. There are 53 Earths. Below is a list of Earths that have been visited, mentioned or implied so far;

•Earth-1 Where Arrow, Flash, Legends, Constantine, Vixen take place. •Earth-2 (Home to Jessie Quick, Gorilla City etc), •Earth-3 (Home to Jay Garrick who is training a female Flash), •Earth-12 (Home to Herr Harrison Wolfgang Wells), •Earth-13 (An occult Earth, home to Wells the Grey), •Earth-15 (Described as a 'dead Earth') •Earth-16 (As seen in 'The Chronicles of Cisco'), •Earth-17 (An Earth where they speak in archaic terms, •Earth-19 (Home to H.R. Wells, Gypsy, Breacher, Accelerated Man), •Earth-22 (A post-apocalyptic Earth in which humans have combined with machines to survive following attacks from Reapers. Home to Wells 2.0), •Earth-24 (Home to Sonny Wells), •Earth-25 (Home to Harrison H.P. Wells), •Earth-35 (Home to unicorns), •Earth-37 (As seen in 'The Chronicles of Cisco'), •Earth-38 Supergirl's Earth, •Earth-47 (Home to H Lothario Wells, and also a Dragon Farm which Gypsy's father retired to), •Earth-48 (Home to 'Hunter-Killers'), •Earth-53 aka Earth-X (The setting for 'Freedom Fighters: The Ray' and the focus of the 2017 crossover event), •Earth-? 1990's Flash's Earth, •Earth-Flashpoint ?!, •Earth-? (Home to Hells Wells), •Earth-? (Home to the French-speaking/mime Harrison Wells), •Earth-? (The Earth which nearly destroyed Earth-19, •Earth-? (The volcanic like Earth visited by Cisco & Gypsy), •Earth-? (Home to Wells the Grey), •Earth-P (where the TV show 'Powerless' takes place (unconfirmed)).

4. The Flash: Chronicles of Cisco (2016)

TV-PG | 2 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

Follows "The Flash" character Cisco Ramon as he works late at S.T.A.R. Labs making improvements to the Flash's suit.

Stars: Carlos Valdes, Britne Oldford

Votes: 473

This web series follows Cisco Ramon as he works on the Flash suit in S.T.A.R. labs.

It takes place some time after Flash S2E17, and probably before S2E18.

5. Vixen (2015– )

TV-PG | 5 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Vixen is based on the DC Character Mari McCabe / Vixen, a costumed superhero crime-fighter with the power to mimic the abilities of any animal that has ever lived on Earth. The series is set in the same fictional universe as Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow.

Stars: Megalyn Echikunwoke, Anika Noni Rose, Emily Bett Rickards, Sean Patrick Thomas

Votes: 2,544

Season 1 of this animated webseries takes place shortly before episodes 15 and 16 of Arrow Season 3. The Arrow and The Flash feature, as do Felicity Smoak, Cisco Ramon and S.T.A.R. Labs.

Season 2 of this animated webseries features cameos from the Flash, Cisco, Firestorm and Weather Wizard as well as cameos from Felicity Smoak, Atom, Black Canary/Laurel Lance, and Green Arrow.

The inclusion of certain characters would approximately place Season 2 between 'Arrow 4×10: Blood Debts' and 'The Flash 2×09: Running to Stand Still'.

A previous version of Vixen, who held the mantle before Mari McCabe (and is her grandmother), features in Seasons 2 and 3 of Legends of Tomorrow.

The other Totems are further explored in Legends of Tomorrow Season 3.

6. Vixen: The Movie (2017 TV Movie)

Not Rated | 74 min | Animation, Fantasy, Sci-Fi

Originally from Africa, Mari McCabe grew up an orphan after her parents were killed by local greed, corruption and wanton violence. But Mari refuses to succumb to the terrors surrounding ... See full summary »

Directors: Curt Geda, James Tucker | Stars: Megalyn Echikunwoke, Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, Franz Drameh

Votes: 548

This combines the first two seasons into a single story, with 15 minutes of never-before-seen content showing Mari's first few less than successful attempts at leading a super-hero life. Wishing to learn how to control her animal powers, she gets a job at the Zoo, working with an animal behavioral specialist, named Doctor Vargas.

Mari starts forming a bond with one of the gorillas in the Zoo, but it doesn't take long for her to get mixed up with some smugglers who were threatening Dr. Vargas. Mari helps out and everything seems to play out fine by the end as she not only stops the crooks but also feels like she now has more confidence in her powers.

There is also an end credits scene which links to the Arrow episode "Taken" which features Vixen's live-action appearance.

7. Constantine (2014–2015)

TV-14 | 43 min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror

A man struggling with his faith who is haunted by the sins of his past is suddenly thrust into the role of defending humanity from the gathering forces of darkness.

Stars: Matt Ryan, Harold Perrineau, Charles Halford, Angélica Celaya

Votes: 43,467

Although it was never originally part of the Arrowverse and was not renewed for a second live-action season, Constantine makes a one-off appearance in S4E5 of Arrow. He appears in both the flashback and present day storylines making this series part of the Arrowverse. He is also mentioned again in dialogue in two later episodes, assisting Oliver.

In S3E9 and E10 of Legends of Tomorrow, Constantine requests the teams help.

(The original intended viewing order for Constantine Season 1 would have been 1, 6, 2 -5, 7 - 13 but it was changed by NBC to 1 - 13, with a line of dialogue added to explains that Zed is absent).

8. Constantine: City of Demons (2018– )

R | Animation, Fantasy, Horror

An animated series centering on the adventures of supernatural detective John Constantine.

Stars: Matt Ryan, Damian O'Hare, Laura Bailey, Emily O'Brien

Votes: 1,010

This animated webseries, set within the Arrowverse, takes place before Constantine Season 1.

It explains the events in Newcastle years before, shows the backstory of John and Chas, and also how Constantine left England for America.

9. Legends of Tomorrow (2016– )

TV-14 | 42 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

Time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter has to recruit a rag-tag team of heroes and villains to help prevent an apocalypse that could impact not only Earth, but all of time.

Stars: Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Amy Louise Pemberton, Dominic Purcell

Votes: 71,551

In Season 1 Rip Hunter travels back in time from 2166 to 2016 where he brings together a team of heroes and villains in an attempt to prevent Vandal Savage from destroying the world, and time itself. Vandal Savage was first introduced in the crossover episodes of Arrow S4E8 and The Flash S2E8.

The Ibis-Stick or Ibistick, a magical Egyptian artefact used by Vandal Savage, was previously seen in 'Constantine'.

The team features several recurring characters from both Arrow and The Flash, including Professor Martin Stein & Jefferson "Jax" Jackson aka Firestorm, Ray Palmer/The Atom, Sara Lance/White Canary, Leonard Snart/Captain Cold & Mick Rory/Heat Wave, and Carter Hall/Hawkman & Kendra Saunders/Hawkgirl.


In Season 2 Rip Hunter and Hawkman & Hawkgirl leave the team. Nate Heywood/Citizen Steel and Amaya Jiwe/Vixen (grandmother of Mari McCabe/Vixen) join the team.


In Season 3 the team are dealing with the ripple effects of their skirmish with the Legion of Doom, which caused various people, objects, and animals to be scattered across time.

The team is joined by Zari Adrianna Tomaz, an American Muslim woman from the year 2042.


In S2E13 the team crash land in 69,997,983 BC, the Cretaceous period where Ray was previously stranded for six months.

In S3E6 Helen of Troy is dropped off in Themyscira, the home of Wonder Woman, in 1253 BC.

In S2E12 Damien Dhark and the brainwashed Rip Hunter travel to England in the year 507, where Stargirl is hiding a fragment of the Spear of Destiny in a version of Camelot.

In S3E9 we meet the young Martin Stein in Central City in 1992 who is then transported to an alternative version of North America in 1000AD.

In Supergirl S3E8 the Legends are in England in 1183AD before they go to 2017 to attend Barry and Iris' wedding. This is part of the Crisis on Earth X crossover event.

In S2E3, whilst in Japan in 1641, Stein and Jax hear a message from Barry Allen/The Flash from 2056...

In S3E12 the team travel to the Bahamas in 1717 to try to stop Damien Darhk obtaining the Earth Totem.

In S1E11 the team visit 1871 and meet a previous incarnation of Kendra/Hawkgirl.

In S2E6 the team are contacted in 1874 Colorado to help in stopping an invasion by the alien Dominators in 2016, as seen in Supergirl S2E8, The Flash S3E8, Arrow S5E8 and Legends of Tomorrow S2E7.

In S3E18 in Salvation, Oklahoma in 1874 the team allies with Jonah Hex, Helen of Troy, an alternate Kuasa, Jax, Ava, and Nora Darhk. Damien Darhk is killed.

In The Flash S2E22, Barry travels to Siberia in 1892 and secretly recruits Snart without the other Legends knowing.

In S3E5 the team travel to London 1895 to assist Rip Hunter. They also meet the Great-Great-Grandfather of Martin Stein, and a resurrected Damien Dhark. Curtis from Team Arrow appears via video-link.

In S2E15 the team visit France in 1916 during the Battle of the Somme, and discover Snart has been recruited by the Legion of Doom. They in turn recruit Rory. In S2E17 the team return to this time and attempt to covertly assist their former selves.

In S2E8, in 1927 Chicago it is revealed Damien Dhark and Eobard Thawne/Reverse-Flash have also recruited Malcolm Merlyn - forming the Legion of Doom.

In S3E6 the team clash with the resurrected Damien Dhark and his daughter Madame Eleanor in 1937 Hollywood.

In S2E1 we learn Damien Darhk was alive in 1942 thanks to the Lazurus Pit. He is working with Eobard Thawne/Reverse-Flash and attempts to destroy New York City with an Atom Bomb.

In S2E1 Mick Rory is stranded on the Waverider at the bottom of the Atlantic in 1942. He remains there in stasis until discovered by Nate Heywood and Oliver Queen/Green Arrow in 2016.

In S2E1 in 1942 the team meet a version of the Justice Society Of America, consisting of Hourman, Stargirl, Obsidian, Dr. Mid-Nite, Amaya Jiwe/Vixen, and Henry Heywood/Commander Steel (the grandfather of Nate Heywood/Citizen Steel).

In S3E1 Amaya Jiwe/Vixen returns to 1942, to the country of Zambesi. Sara then recruits her to help with a mission in 1870 Wisconsin in S3E2.

In S3E18 Amaya returns to Zambezi in 1942 after her adventures with the Legends.

In S1E12 we see the newborn Martin Stein in 1950. This is in Ivy Town where Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak later live.

In S2E7 the team leave travel to Oregon in 1951 to learn about the first invasion by the alien Dominators in order to stop their later invasion in 2016.

In S2E12 we learn that the last mission of the JSA was in Leipzig, Germany in 1956. Rip Hunter joined the team to find the Spear of Destiny.

In S1E9 the team visit the League of Assassins in Nanda Parbat and meet Ra's al Ghul and his young daughter Talia al Ghul (the half-sister of Nyssa). We learn that Sara essentially joins the league in 1958, fifty years before she joins them 'for the first time' in 2008. We also see that Tzin-Tzin, Fadir Nasser, Tigris, and Onyx Adams are listed as members of the League. Onyx Adams is later seen in Arrow S6E3, in 2017.

In S3E13 the Legends, Kid Flash, Damien Darhk and Nora clash with the younger Damien Darhk in East Berlin in 1962. Also, Gorilla Grodd kills the director of the Time Bureau.

In S2E14 the team visit New York in 1965, where Rip Hunter left Commander Steel in order to hide a fragment of the Spear of Destiny.

In S2E8 and S2E9, in 1967 Los Angeles, it is revealed Rip Hunter is working as a movie director unaware of his previous existence.

In S3E7 the team travel to Vietnam during the war in 1967, where Mick meets his soldier father. A time-displaced Gorilla Grodd appears but is pulled back to 2017 by Damien Dhark.

In S3E10 the team accidently travel to Starling City in 1969 while working with John Constantine.

In S2E14 the team infiltrate NASA mission control in Houston in 1970, where Commander Steel is hiding.

In S1E12 we see the newborn Leonard Snart in 1972 in Central City.

In S1E2 Damien Darhk appears in 1975 at an illegal weapons auction in Norway. We also meet the younger Martin Stein in 1975 at Ivy Town University.

In S2E5, in Washington D.C. in 1987, we again meet the younger version of Martin Stein and also his wife. We also meet the older version of Obsidian from the Justice Society Of America. 1987 is also when Eobard Thawne uses a 'time sphere' to allow Damien Darhk to enter the timestream. (In Flash S1E23 Eobard Thawne mentions that Rip Hunter was the original creator of the 'time sphere' concept).

In S2E17 a mind wiped Damien Dhark is returned to his timeline in Miami 1987.

In S3E3 and S3E4 we meet the younger Ray Palmer in 1988 in Ivy Town. A pair of Dominator aliens also feature.

In S1E12 we meet the younger Mick Rory in 1990 in Central City.

In S3E9 we meet the young Martin Stein in Central City in 1992 who is then transported to an alternative version of North America in 1000AD.

In S3E12 Rip Hunter and Wally West aka Kid Flash travel to Tokyo in 1992.

In S3E17 Amaya travels to Zambesi in 1992 to change her family’s fate.

In S3E18 Rip Hunter sacrifices himself in Zambezi in 1992. Ray Palmer re-takes Damien Darhk to 1992 Zambesi so he can take Nora Darhk's place as Mallus' vessel.

In S1E12 we see the newborn Jefferson Jackson in 1993 in Central City.

In S1E12 we meet a younger Sara and Quentin Lance in 2007 in Starling City.

In S1E16 Rory meets the 2013 version of Snart in Central City.

In S1E12 we see Ray Palmer at Palmer Tech in 2014.

In S2E17 a mind wiped Leonard Snart is returned to his timeline in Central City 2014.

Oliver Queen/Green Arrow and Laurel Lance/Black Canary appear in S1E1, in 2016.

In S1E13 we meet a reincarnation of Carter Hall.

Quentin Lance appears in S1E16.

In S2E10 we learn that Malcolm Merlyn was recruited by Eobard Thawne and Damien Darhk in 2016, on the day of Darhk's death.

In S2E10 we learn that Hunter Zolomon, now the Black Flash, has been chasing Eobard Thawne since Flashpoint.

In S2E10 Martin and Jax visit Martin's daughter in Central City, 2017.

In S3E1 Nate is seen working with Kid Flash in Central City, 2017.

In S3E10 the team travel to Star City in 2017 to help John Constantine.

In S2E16 we see Star City and Central City in an alternative 2017 after Eobard Thawne uses the Spear of Destiny to rewrite reality. Felicity Smoak is a masked vigilante but is killed by Sara Lance who works with Vixen as assassins for Thawne. The rest of Team Arrow and Team Flash are also shown to be dead. The Legends now have alternative personalities except for Rip Hunter who has been trapped for a year in the miniaturised Waverider.

In S3E11 we see Rip Hunter has tracked down Wally West aka Kid Flash to China in 2018.

In S3E12 we learn that Damien Darhk has stolen the Fire Totem in 2018 Detroit from Mari McCabe/Vixen (the great-granddaughter of Amaya Jiwe/Vixen).

In S3E12 Rip Hunter and Wally West aka Kid Flash travel to Star City 2018, where Sara is on a date and where the Wave Rider also crashes.

In S3E16 Kuasa travels to 2018 Detroit to assist an injured Vixen.

In S3E18 the team return to Aruba in 2018 where Constantine reveals more demons have escaped.

In S2E10 Malcolm Merlyn and Damien Darhk visit Zurich, Switzerland in 2025 to try to force Rip Hunter to break into a bank.

In S3E3 the team recruit Zari Tomaz from Seattle in 2042. They also meet Kuasa, the bearer of the Water Totem who is revealed to be a descendant of Amaya/Vixen

In S1E6 an older version of Oliver Queen, the son of Deathstroke, and the son of John Diggle (aka John Diggle, Jr aka JJ aka Connor Hawke) all appear in a potential future version of Star City in 2046. The changed timeline at the start of The Flash S3 changed John Diggle's daughter Sara to a son - which may explain his son's appearance here.

In S3E16 we meet different versions of Ava in 2213 Vancouver.

In S2E12 the Legends discover that the brainwashed Rip Hunter has killed Dr. Mid-Nite who was hiding in Detroit in the year 3000, in order to hide a fragment of the Spear of Destiny.

10. Supergirl (2015– )

TV-PG | 43 min | Action, Adventure, Drama

The adventures of Superman's cousin in her own superhero career.

Stars: Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks, Chyler Leigh, Jeremy Jordan

Votes: 85,781

(Episodes 4 and 5 of Season 1 of Supergirl were aired out of the order originally intended so "How Does She Do It?" should ideally be viewed before "Livewire").

This series does not take place on the same Earth as the other Arrowverse shows; instead it takes place on an alternative earth in a parallel universe within the Multiverse. This is first hinted at in S2E13 of The Flash, and then Barry Allen/Flash visits this alternative Earth in S1E18 of Supergirl (this episodes takes place in the opening minutes of S2E18 of The Flash when Barry disappears for a few seconds).

On his visit The Flash namechecks Green Arrow, Black Canary, Firestorm, Atom, Zoom, Blackout and Pied Piper. We also find out that there is a Central City on Supergirl's Earth but no equivalent of Star Labs, Harrison Wells, Caitlin Snow or Cisco Ramon.

This crossover episode suggests the existence of a world ruled by the Nazis (known in the comics as Earth-X or Earth-10) and a world where JFK was not assassinated (called Earth-21 in the comics). It even hints at a possible future Crisis on Infinite Earths event.

The 2017 crossover event is called 'Crisis on Earth X'. This brings together Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl with characters from 'Freedom Fighters: The Ray'.

The Legion of Super-Heroes Flight Ring that appears in S2E13 of The Flash also appears in S1E15 of Supergirl. The Legion concept is introduced in Season 3 and the Legion are set to appear in S3E10.

Gotham is mentioned by name in S2E1.

In S2E8 Flash and Cisco ask Supergirl to travel to their Earth where she assists them, Green Arrow and the Legends of Tomorrow in stopping an invasion by the alien Dominators, as seen in in The Flash S3E8, Arrow S5E8 and Legends of Tomorrow S2E7.

In the 'Invasion' crossover it is revealed that the Dominators' counterparts in Supergirl's parallel universe experimented on Krypton. A Dominator is also seen to be part of the slave trade on the planet of Maaldoria.

The Flash and Supergirl have a crossover in The Flash S3E17, which starts in Supergirl S2E16.

11. Freedom Fighters: The Ray (2017– )

6 min | Animation, Action, Fantasy

Reporter Raymond "Ray" Terrill is investigating a group of government scientists who are developing a weapon using light, when he is attacked with a "genetic light bomb" that ends up bestowing him with light-based super powers.

Stars: Russell Tovey, Jason Mitchell, Melissa Benoist, Carlos Valdes

Votes: 331

This animated series will show how Raymond Terrill from Earth-1 becomes The Ray on Earth X.

This series takes place before the 2017 crossover event 'Crisis on Earth X'.

Earth X is a world in the multiverse where the Nazis won World War II. This Earth was first hinted at in the Supergirl/Flash crossover.

On Earth X the New Reichsmen rule over present day America. An alternate version of Supergirl called Overgirl, an alternative Green Arrow called Black Arrow, and an alternative Flash called Blitzkrieg make up members of the New Reichsmen.

We learn that the Original Ray is part of the resistance called The Freedom Fighters. This includes The Ray, Red Tornado, Black Condor, Phantom Lady, Dollman, and the Earth X version of Vibe.

In a battle with the New Reichsmen Dollman is killed and The Ray is mortally injured. Vibe transports him to Earth-1 and his powers are transferred to Raymond Terrill from Earth-1...


Future epsiodes will feature Uncle Sam and Human Bomb as members of the Freedom Fighters, as well as Curtis Holt/Mister Terrific and Mari McCabe/Vixen.


The 2017 crossover event was called 'Crisis on Earth X'. Earth X is the location of 'Freedom Fighters: The Ray'. Barry & Iris' wedding features. The following characters feature; Flash, Iris, Vibe, Killer Frost; The Ray, Red Tornado, Ubergirl, Black Arrow, Blitzkrieg; Green Arrow, Wild Dog, Black Canary, Mister Terrific; Supergirl; White Canary, Firestorm, Heatwave, The Atom, Vixen and Zari!

On Earth X we see alternative versions of characters such as James Olsen's Guardian, Tommy Merlin's Prometheus, Lance as a Nazi, Felicity as a prisoner, Winn as a General, and a version of Leo Snart who is in a relationship with The Ray. Also we learn that OverGirl and Black Arrow are married and there is a Nazi Wave Rider.

Theobard appears (using Wells face) and reveals he fights Superman in the future.


In S4E19 of The Flash Leo Snart and Siren-X from Earth-X travel to Earth-1. We also learn that Leo and The Ray are getting married.

12. Black Lightning (2018– )

TV-14 | 43 min | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi

A crusading school principal gets back into action as the original African-American electrical superhero.

Stars: Cress Williams, China Anne McClain, Nafessa Williams, Christine Adams

Votes: 12,811

This has not been officially confirmed as part of the Arrowverse but would appear to take place on one of the Earths.

Not only does dialogue mention that other heroes/vigilantes exist, both Vixen and Supergirl are stated by name. This would suggest Earth-1.

However it is also stated that Barack Obama was President for two terms, whereas the Earth-1 President (as seen in the "Invasion!" crossover and Arrow Season 5) is Susan Brayden the former vice president who became President following the death of her predecessor.

13. The Flash (1990–1991)

TV-PG | 48 min | Action, Crime, Fantasy

A police forensic scientist, Barry Allen, battles crimes as the super-fast superhero "The Flash".

Stars: John Wesley Shipp, Amanda Pays, Alex Désert, Vito D'Ambrosio

Votes: 5,383

A glimpse of this version of The Flash is seen in S2E13 of the modern 'The Flash' series, along with a glimpse of Supergirl's earth. With the confirmation that Supergirl takes place on an alternative earth this strongly suggests that the 1990's Flash also takes place on a different alternative earth within the Multiverse.

However, any direct links or crossovers are unlikely.

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