Of the 857 series regular characters expected to appear on broadcast primetime scripted programming in the coming year, 75 (8.8%) were counted as LGBTQ. This is the highest percentage of LGBTQ regular characters GLAAD has counted on primetime scripted broadcast programming. There were an additional 38 recurring LGBTQ characters. This is 113 total LGBTQ regular and recurring characters on primetime scripted broadcast TV, up from the previous year’s 86. The five broadcast networks are ABC, CBS, The CW, FOX, and NBC. The CW counts the highest percentage of LGBTQ series regulars of all series regulars.
Legends is the whitest of the Arrowverse shows, but it also has three LGBT characters in the main cast, so that helps to balance it out somewhat. They're all pretty solid as far as diversity goes.As soon as Arrow and Flash were hits and Berlanti became the top dog at DC TV he made sure all his shows were gay as fuck haha
Also as of this season 50% or more of the casts of Arrow, Flash and Black Lightning identify as something other than white. Not that Supergirl or Legends are doing badly in diversity.
Legends also has more women than men at this point, for a show that started with only Sara and a barista
No, there were no other Arrowverse crossovers/cameos after that.I am currently catching up but I am still only at roughly the halfway point of last season. Question:
Does Supergirl post episode 13 any more crossover witht he other shows? I have only watched till that point and currently no means to get more episodes and S3 only releases on 8th December here in Germany. I have the three other shows, only Supergirl is missing and if there are any more crossovers I may just want to stop at that point and wait for the german release.
Honestly, don't bother. I'm not a Supergirl hater at all, but the ending stretch of last season was by a long way the worst any of the arrow-verse shows have ever been. It was wretched.
....I guess that's something. I've kinda soured on pretty much every CW show with the exception of Black Lightning. Granted, that's the blackest show that also has a lot of women and an lesbian character on it lmao.GLAAD's 'Where We Are on TV' report shows television telling more LGBTQ stories than ever
It's worth watching if only for everything with J'onn and his father.
Are you ZOOM? Cuz yous a monster! Nora is precious... even she wants to kill you