Crossover Episodes Can Leave Grant Gustin, Well, A Little Cross

Fans of the DC Arrowverse will tell you that one of the highlights of their year is when all of their favorite shows join together for one big crossover storyline. It’s been happening ever since 2014, when Arrow and The Flash aired a two-part episode that crossed from one show to the other. With all of the additions to the Arrowverse, the events have gotten bigger and better — this season’s event, Crisis on Infinite Earths, will span five different shows, complete with a cliffhanger and a five-week gap between the beginning and end! While Grant Gustin of The Flash is a big fan of how the crossover events turn out, he admitted he’s a little less enthusiastic about shooting the episodes.(Click on the media bar below to hear Grant Gustin)

The Flash airs Tuesday nights at 8/7c on The CW, and Crisis on Infinite Earths will begin with the December 10 episode of Supergirl.

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