Elizabeth Tulloch Superman

‘Grimm’ vet Elizabeth Tulloch would love to get back into episodic television and she may get her chance as it has been stated that should fans react favorably to her performance as Lois Lane on ‘Arrow’, ‘The Flash’ and ‘Supergirl’ opposite returning Superman/Clark Kent, Tyler Hoechlin, the pair could receive their own spin-off.  The same was said of Ruby Rose’s Batwoman/Kate Kane, another new character appearing on the ‘Elseworld’‘s crossover, but it doesn’t sound like The CW is waiting on feedback, as ‘Batwoman’ is expected to begin production in April with a full supporting cast.  Will word soon emerge that ‘Superman’ will also be winging his way to fans in his own series?

When asked about a spin-off, Tulloch responded:

“Potentially, and it was something I sort of talked to one of the producers about. I think it’ll depend on how this is reviewed and a bunch of other external factors that nobody has really that much control over. I know Tyler and I would love to come back and work more together. We fortunately had great chemistry, which is not always a given.”

Speaking of that chemistry, Tulloch also stated:

“Oh, my god it’s just adorable, yeah. I mean, it’s the typical kind of like Lois and Clark relationship where she’s kind of giving him a hard time. He’s being like, “Maybe you shouldn’t do that,” and she’s like, “Whatever, I’m doing it.” One of the things that I find so charming about the character is that she loves to give Clark a hard time, and that’s how people interact who love each other. At least, that’s what my husband David [Giuntoli, of Grimm and A Million Little Things] would agree to, because I love teasing him and giving him a hard time.”

The CW already houses five DC superhero shows, including ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ and the disconnected ‘Black Lightning’.  Can it really handle more?  Or will these programs possibly find another outlet like the website CW Seed or even the DC Universe streaming service?  Or will The CW pull the plug on some existing series?

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Source: TV Line