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‘The Flash' And 'Supergirl' In A New Crossover, Musical Episode Trailer Revealed

By Dez Bryant , Mar 08, 2017 06:40 AM EST

The last time CW Network had a crossover, it was epic, to say the least. The fans were not ready about what unfolded at that time and to this day, fans are still talking about it. This led to the producers of “The Flash” and “Supergirl” to create another crossover.

Another Crossover For CW Network

Crossover’s in a TV series is very tricky. The chemistry between the cast involved in the two series should be able to adapt and adjust quickly. However, since this will not be the first time that “The Flash” and “Supergirl” have done a crossover, they might again pull out another shocker. As seen and stated by iDigitalTimes, Martian Manhunter and Mon-El are the people responsible for bringing back “Supergirl” in Central City.

‘Glee’ Star Joins ‘The Flash And ‘Supergirl’

The guest star of the episode and Glee Alumnus Daniel Criss will take center stage as he plays the character of Music Meister. Criss will then help the two heroes during their performance but there’s an evil plan behind it. Apparently, the Music Meister is an evil hypnotizer. The synopsis of Season 2 Episode 17 states that a “whammy” from Music Meister knocked out “Supergirl”. The producers of the show haven’t really discussed or provided any hint on how “Supergirl” was compromised by Music Meister.

‘Supergirl’ Comatose

Barry, with the help of his friends, will then take “Supergirl” to their headquarters. From that point on, Barry will need to wake up “Supergirl” in order to defeat the Music Meister. Mon-El will also question the relationship between “Supergirl” and “The Flash”. As per the recent update and pictures uploaded from their website, Malcolm Merlyn is no show in the crossover. There are speculations in a Reddit thread that Malcolm Merlyn is not present on Episode 17 due to the “injuries” that he sustained last Episode 11 and 12.

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