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First Promo for DC TV Crossover Gets Released [The CW]

Melissa Benoist Grant Gustin Humans v Aliens Promo

The CW Unveils First Promo for DC TV Crossover

In just three weeks, The CW will start their biggest crossover with their line-up of superheroes from across all four shows. The trailer, being called ‘Heroes v Aliens’ is packed with some new footage from the crossover event, showing the heroes teaming up to stop an alien invasion.

Later this month, The CW will start their epic crossover event, which begins with Supergirl and then continues with The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow. We don’t get a lot of information from the promo, despite the images from the event give us some idea of what’s going on.

In the trailer, we see that Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) introduces Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) to both Team Arrow and the Legends. Seeing the team together gets Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) particularly excited to see all of them. So what will bring this team together? Well, an advanced alien race known as the Dominators will be invading Earth and harvesting the metahumans to create their own so it’s up to the superheroes to stop them.

Are you guys excited for the epic crossover ‘Heroes v Aliens’?

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