While Supergirl was a big part of the Invasion! CW crossover, the rest her team didn't' have the chance to participate in the action.
Kara will fill everyone in of course, but it's not the same as actually being a part of it. Unfortunately for Winn Schott, that will evidently be the least of his worries (via EW).
“Winn doesn’t have a lot of time to be bummed out because of what happens in the episode after that,” Jeremy Jordan says. That episode hits the CW on December 12, and while he doesn't share specifics, it doesn't sound like a pleasant experience.
The Dominators are likely to resurface down the line on Supergirl, but for the most part, the CW series will get back to more grounded content.
"I think that what's so nice about the shows for us, is that each of the shows has their own identity, especially this season," executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, who works on all four DC/CW series, told reporters at a screening of the Invasion! event on Monday. "It feels like every show has sort of doubled down on what it's about. With Arrow, we've really returned more to the sort of gritty crime drama that it originally was. There's so many echoes in this season to the earlier seasons. The Flash has the metahumans and Legends of Tomorrow has time travel and Supergirl doubled down on the alien aspect. I think that's what makes the shows feel different so that you're not watching four hours of the same stuff every week. You're really getting a different flavor and a different world. Whereas, now that possibility's opened, that because they have all faced aliens, there's certainly no plans to have an ongoing or bring up an alien storyline on Arrow. That really feels like the purview of Supergirl."
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Supergirl airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT; The Flash on Tuesdays at the same time; Arrow on Wednesdays and DC's Legends of Tomorrow on Thursdays.