The Arrowverse is expanding with Wonder Girl, starring new character Yara Flor as the first Latina superhero to star in her own DCTV series.
Greg Berlanti and The CW are set to expand the Arrowverse with Wonder Girl, the first Latina superhero to star in her own DCTV series. Gone are the days when execs from The CW expressed concern over the possibility of having too many superhero shows; now they seem to have accepted they are the natural home of the Arrowverse, and their slate of DCTV series is expanding at a remarkable rate.
Arrow has come to a close and Supergirl is finishing after its sixth season, but Legends of Tomorrow, Black Lightning, Batwoman and, The Flash will soon be joined by Superman & Lois and Stargirl. Meanwhile, there have been recent references to other iconic DC superheroes in the Arrowverse, leading many to speculate classic characters could soon make their Arrowverse debuts. Batwoman season 1 confirmed Wonder Woman exists on Earth-Prime, and fans have eagerly speculated whether or not Diana Prince would soon make an appearance.
According to Deadline, The CW has other ideas. Rather than develop a Wonder Woman series, The CW has signed off on Wonder Girl, starring a character named Yara Flor who was born of an Amazonian Warrior and a Brazilian River God. The show is being developed by Queen of the South executive producer/co-showrunner Dailyn Rodriguez, the daughter of Cuban immigrants, and it will feature the first Latina superhero to star in her own DCTV show.
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