For all questions about the "Arrowverse", or any of its subsequent media. Use this tag for any in-universe questions about any of the media set within the Arrowverse. Always use in conjunction with the work tag of the work you're asking about, for example, questions about the Arrow TV show would include the [arrow] tag, etc. Always use in conjunction with the [dc] tag.
The Arrowverse is a shared continuity in which several television adaptations of DC comics heroes co-exist within the same universe. The name derives from the CW-aired television show Arrow, based on the character of The Green Arrow, which was the first show set in the shared universe.
Most of the programs that make up the shared universe are made by the same team of creators/producers: Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg.
The Arrowverse includes the following works:
- arrow (2012 -), which primarily follows The Green Arrow.
- the-flash-2014 (2014 -), which primarily follows The Flash. See also: the-flash (Note: Marc Guggenheim is not a producer for this program)
- supergirl-2015 (2015 -), which primarily follows Kara Zor-El, a.k.a. Supergirl. See also: supergirl
- legends-of-tomorrow (2016 -), which follows a team of super-powered people, including Captain Cold, Heat Wave, and Firestorm from Flash and White Canary, Arrow’s former Black Canary, among others. See also: legends-of-tomorrow
- vixen (2015 - 2016), a web-based series (on CW Seed) comic that follows the heroine Vixen. See also: official site
- Freedom Fighters: The Ray* (2017 -) follows Ray Terrill, The Ray a reporter who gains light based superpowers.
- Constantine (2018 -), which primarily follows John Constantine.1
1: Constantine was originally a distinct show, airing on NBC; after its cancellation, star Matt Ryan appeared as John Constantine in an episode of Arrow, thus bringing the show into the Arrowverse.