Epic final 10-episode season to air on The CW in 2024
The CW Network has announced the hit series “Superman & Lois,” starring Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch, will conclude with its upcoming fourth season. The 10-episode final season is slated to air on The CW in 2024.
“Over the last three seasons, ‘Superman & Lois’ redefined both the superhero genre and family drama as Tyler, Elizabeth and the entire cast effortlessly portrayed these classic characters with new layers of depth and complexity that had never before been explored in the Superman universe,” said Brad Schwartz, president of entertainment, The CW Network. “We are grateful for the years of hard work and graceful storytelling from the show’s writers, producers, actors and crew, as well as our terrific partners at Warner Bros. Television and Berlanti Productions. As Superman embarks on his final flight, the team is leaving us with an absolutely epic 10-episode must-watch-every-minute farewell to one of the most legendary CW families ever.”
Executive producers and co-showrunners Todd Helbing and Brent Fletcher said, “While we’re sad to say goodbye to ‘Superman & Lois’ at the end of season four, we’re grateful for the time we’ve had with our amazing cast, crew, VFW teams, editors, musical geniuses, and writers. Since the day this show was first discussed, it was about family. And that’s what was created – on and off screen. We’d like to thank our partners at Berlanti Productions, DC, WB and The CW for their endless support and enthusiasm during this journey … and give a very special thank you to all the fans for tuning in. We’re thrilled about what we have in store in our final season, and can’t wait for everyone to watch as Superman, Lois and all our heroes face off against the biggest threat in the show’s history: Lex Luthor.”
Based on the characters from DC created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, “Superman & Lois” is from Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Helbing, Sarah Schechter, Fletcher and Geoff Johns.