Lois Lane has been found as The CW turns to Elizabeth Tulloch for their Arrowverse crossover

The former Grimm actress is ready to bring the iconic Daily Planet journalist to life alongside The CW's superheroes


Journalism has found its new champion in the Arrowverse. After the announcement last month, The CW has found their Lois Lane that will appear in the upcoming annual crossover event.

Elizabeth Tulloch from NBC’s former series Grimm has been tapped to bring the iconic reporter to life from Earth 38 (the world of Supergirlalongside Tyler Hoechlin’s Clark Kent/Superman, according to TVLine. The duo will stand alongside the rest of heroes from The Flash, Arrow, and Supergirl as all three shows come together and head to Gotham City to meet Ruby Rose’s Kate Kane/Batwoman.

“We couldn’t be more excited to introduce Lois Lane to the Arrowverse,” said Supergirl executive producers Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner in the original announcement. “This dogged, determined and brave reporter will make for a strong partner to Superman and amazing addition to our universe of DC characters.”

Tulloch took to social media in order to share her joy over securing the role and her love for Lois Lane. She now stands beside Margot Kidder, Amy Adams, Eric Durance, Teri Hatcher, Noel Neill, and Phyllis Coates as actresses that have brought Lois to life in live action productions and Dana Delany who gave voice to Lois for Superman: The Animated Series. 

There is a flipping of the schedule for the event as it begins with The Flash on Sunday, December 09 before moving onto Arrow on Monday, December 10 then wrap up on Tuesday, December 11 with Supergirl. 

The Flash returns on Tuesday, October 09, Supergirl on Sunday, October 14 and Arrow on Monday, October 15.



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