Crisis on Infinite Earths: Parts Five is a special episode of season 5 of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. And the 68 Episode overall, It released on January 14, 2020. The episode acts were produced as an episode of season 5 but was released as an episode of season 5 but was aired prior to the premiere episodes of season 5. The CW released the biggest, boldest superhero crossover is the network’s history: the five-part “Crisis on Infinite Earths” stretching over five hours of television including episodes of Supergirl, Batwoman.
But as exciting the crossover was when it aired at the end of 2019 and beginning of 2020. Episodes of Supergirl are also currently streaming on The CW’s website and app, but the network only streams the last five episodes at a time which some expectations which we’ll get to in a second.
Stephen Amell’s final season of Arrow is also currently on Netflix and debuted on Blue-Ray on April 28.meaning if you want to watch the crossover right now, the Arrow Blue-Ray is possibly your best bet.
The importance of connection and memory is clear long before Oliver speaks that line of dialogue. Arrow opens with a flashback to the Monitor’s home planet Malthus 10,000 years ago. Once we see how the April-Monitor was born, the Arrow episode catches us up with the surviving Paragons, who are disheartened and stuck at the Vanishing Point.
Unfortunately, the journey to the Dawn of Time isn’t smooth either because the Anti-Monitor attacks the party and all of them end up falling out into the Speed Force. Anyway, Barry saves everyone from the Speed Force and they all head to the Dawn of Time, which is the setting of Arrow’s most ambitious fight sequence ever. The last episode of crossover is usually the weakest because the big battle ends up taking precedence over character moments, but that’s not the case here at all.