The CW has two of the most musically talented actors on its side and it is no wonder why the US network has taken advantage of the same again and again. The upcoming musical crossover of “Supergirl” and “The Flash” is one of the most anticipated episodes of their respective seasons, and all the details have finally been released.
As TV Line has reported, Melissa Benoist (Kara Danvers/Supergirl) and Grant Gustin (Barry Allen/The Flash) will have a few things to sing about in the next few weeks. However, it will not be under the best circumstances. The synopses of the two-part crossover have finally been revealed. And it gives viewers just the right information to tie them down until then.
Supergirl Must Face The Music Meister
In the “Supergirl” episode, “Star-Crossed,” a new villain comes into town. Portrayed by Teri Hatcher, the new enemy puts Supergirl on high alert. Meanwhile, Winn’s girlfriend gets him in trouble with the law. Maggie tries to help, but a few old loyalties get in the way. The Music Meister will also apparently attack Kara.
Team Flash Must Save The Day
While it is not explicitly said that Kara will get into trouble, the synopsis of “The Flash” indicates so. According to the publication, Barry and his team will be surprised to see Mon-El and Hank Henshaw arrive at their earth. What makes matters alarming is that they are carrying a comatose Supergirl. The two were unable to wake her up and went to Team Flash for some help.
Where The Music Comes In
But then the Music Meiser attacks Barry and he too goes into a coma. To make matters worse, the team cannot cure either of the superheroes. Kara and Barry then wake up in an alternate universe where they do not have their powers. They figure out that the only way to get out is to finish the script. But in order to do so, they must sing and dance their way through.
The musical crossover between “Supergirl” and “The Flash” will kick off on March 20 and will continue the following day. It will be on March 21 on the CW when the actors will show us their musical pipes once again. As Coming Soon has noted, Dermott Downs directed the episodes, while Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg worked on the story. Meanwhile, the teleplay was worked on by Aaron Helbing and Todd Helbing.