The creator of the series, Ava DuVernay confirmed that the CW’s Naomi season 1 doesn’t have any Arrowverse crossovers, but it will happen later in the series.
Season 1 of the CW show, Noemi there are no Arrowverse crossovers. The network that home to many DC superhero titles including bow, The Flash, Supergirl, Superman and Lois, Legends of Tomorrow, Black Lightning and Batwoman. Both bow and Supergirl their final seasons have already aired, but the two are still referred to within the Arrowverse. Naomi will follow Superman and Lois on Tuesday’s line on The CW beginning Jan. 11, 2022.
Developed by Ava DuVernay (Selma, A Wrinkle In Time), Noemi is an adaptation of the DC Comic of the same name, created by Brian Michael Bendis, David F. Walker, and Jamal Campbell. The show follows comics enthusiast, Black teenager, Naomi McDuffie (Kaci Walfall), who experiences a mysterious collapse in her hometown, leading her to pursue her own secret destiny. Barry Watson, Mary-Charles Jones, Mouzam Makkar, Cranston Johnson and Alexander Wraith surround the rest of the cast. Of course, viewers will see a familiar face or blur at some point as it is mocked. Naomi will encounter a supernatural downfall, which may represent a well -known hero.
Even if viewers can expect to see Superman, thanks to the latest Noemi trailer, Collider reports that the creator of the series, DuVernay, set the record straight that the show is ahead of their universe, rather than making any Arrrowverse crossovers. DuVernay explained, “I think this is the first part of the Naomi-verse. ” However, that’s not to say it won’t happen, as executive producer Jill Blankenship says a crossover could happen in the future as the series grows and moves forward.
Even if the CW has a lot of superhero programming, DuVernay promises that Noemi does not follow the same formula as the other CW DCs shown. Race and gender are the common themes examined in the series, which he categorizes as “normalization. ” What the filmmaker means by his classification has to do with actual storytelling. The purpose is to address these themes in a very natural, orderly way within the series rather than calling them direct, which can interfere with other points in the plot.
With DuVernay’s ingenuity and talent behind this work, it feels like a safe bet that the show masters will take on complex themes along with a story of the superhero’s origins. Even if there are a lot of superheroes on television, that doesn’t even count Marvel’s presence, the buzz around Noemi it feels different and vibrant. It makes a decision to move away, at least for now, from the Arrowverse more wisely, because interested parties are looking at what Noemi specifically to offer, not how it will connect to the larger DC universe. Often comic book-based series require a familiar tie-in to attract viewers, but the first excitement is around Noemi rested on Naomi McDuffie’s actual storyline and, of course, the genius of DuVernay’s storytelling and development process.
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