Elseworlds, this year's Arrowverse crossover event, is setting the stage for a potential upcoming Batwoman series that would follow the continuing solo adventures of Ruby Rose's Kate Kane.
Given how prominently Tyler Hoechlin's Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch's Lois Lane are featured in the crossover, rumors and reports suggesting that a new solo Superman series was also in the works began to circulate months ago.
In an interview with TV Line, Tulloch was directly asked if she felt as though the events of Elseworlds had laid a strong foundation for a new show starring herself and Hoechlin.
"Potentially, and it was something I sort of talked to one of the producers about," she responded. "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," she added. "We fortunately had great chemistry, which is not always a given."
Despite that glimmer of hope, rumors about a Superman show were largely squashed last month by a report, which asserted that Elseworlds would not set up a new series starring the Man of Steel and that a show like that would not be coming out anytime soon.
That being said, while there don't seem to be any immediate plans for an Arrowverse Superman series, it appears that the idea is not entirely off the table. While it's not clear what the "external factors" Tulloch mentioned are, its worth noting that Superman's cousin, Supergirl, stars on Supergirl, and his alien family's heritage is being explored on Krypton.
This year's Arrowverse crossover event involves the casts of Supergirl, Arrow and The Flash. After the first two parts aired on the most recent episodes of The Flash and Arrow, Elseworlds concludes on Tuesday, Dec. 11, with Supergirl.