The most recent live-action adaptation of one of the most well-explored heroes in the entire history of live-action versions of heroes has arrived in Superman & Lois where DC’s very own Superman lives a much different lifestyle than all the previous adaptations of the character – a working father alongside being a superhero.
Together with his wife, Lois Lane, a renowned journalist, Clark Kent/ Superman will not only be saving the world, but he will also be raising his children, twins Jonathan and Jordan, and face the struggles, the pressures, and the challenges of being parents to them – undeniably making Superman more humanly relatable as ever.
Parenting alone is a hard task to do as raising kids is no easy thing. Combine it with being a superhero on call when trouble arises and with two children in their prime teenage years, Superman must really hold it all together and make it work with his wife, Lois. A more human side to Clark will be featured in the series as they bring their kids to Smallville, Clark’s childhood home.
The premiere of Superman & Lois was promising. It has lots of callbacks from the DC comics, to previous adaptations of Superman in TV and film, and it shows a slice of life on how Clark Kent and Lois Lane handle being parents to Jonathan and Jordan. It is, indeed, an extremely hard thing, saving the world while making sure that you don’t leave your family behind.
With the series being granted a renewal for the second season ahead of time, the sky is the limit to the story of Superman & Lois with their children in their quiet and idyllic home in Smallville. The series is already considered to be one of the most ambitious series The CW has made in the Arrowverse following The Flash and Supergirl as it marries reality and the life of a superhero in one.
Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch reprise their roles as Superman/ Clark Kent and Lois Lane respectively and they would be with Jordan Elsas as Jonathan Kent and Alexander Garfin as Jordan Kent, Dylan Walsh as General Lane, Emmanuelle Chriqui as Lana Lang, Erik Valdez as Kyle Cushing, and Wolé Parks as the Stranger/ Captain Luthor in Superman & Lois.
Here is where you can catch the latest episodes of Superman & Lois and catch-up while the series just started.
Of course, where else would it be other than their home network? The CW is the one responsible for bringing the whole Arrowverse from The Flash, to Supergirl, to Batwoman, and to Black Lightning. Although the series is not entirely connected to the DC Extended Universe with DCEU having different versions of the characters, all the characters are under the DC comics.
The CW airs Superman & Lois every Tuesday at 9 PM ET/8 PM CT on their cable channel. For those who missed the television release of the episodes, it is uploaded the next morning on The CW app and CW.com.
Unfortunately, it is not on Netflix… yet. It is highly possible, though, that Superman & Lois could turn up on Netflix after the season finale of the series airs on The CW cable channel. Various the CW shows such as All American and Riverdale are on Netflix which means that it is not impossible for Superman & Lois to grab a spot in the library of Netflix.
However, there is no official announcement yet whether Superman & Lois will be included in The CW shows accessible through Netflix. Netflix subscription costs $8.99 per month for the basic plan, $13.99 monthly for the standard plan, and $17.99 a month for the premium plan.
Yes, it is, but it is only limited to those with a subscription to Hulu + Live TV as The CW provides a live streaming of the episodes of Superman & Lois at 9 PM ET/8 PM CT through the TV bundle of The CW and Hulu + Live TV.
The subscription costs $64.99 per month for more than 60 channels and if you wish to do away with advertisements, there’s a no-ads subscription of Hulu + Live TV for the price of $70.99 monthly.
No, but it could be a yes, someday. It is also possible that Superman & Lois will be available on HBO Mas like the newest shows of The CW streaming simultaneously through HBO Max. Nancy Drew and Batman are The CW shows that are on HBO Max. HBO Max has a subscription for the price of $14.99 a month.
This means that, like in Netflix, there is a possibility that Superman & Lois would be on HBO Max after the season finale of the series airs on the cable channel of The CW. Still, without any confirmation from either The CW or HBO Max, hope is what we’re holding on to on whether Superman & Lois would be available on HBO Max.
Yes, but only to those with a subscription on YouTube TV. Like that of Hulu + Live TV, Superman & Lois is available via the livestream of The CW at 9 PM ET/8 PM CT on YouTube TV which comes with the TV bundle of The CW.
For the base price of $65 monthly, one can access more than 85 channels through the subscription on YouTube TV and that includes three simultaneous streams per account, user profiles, Cloud DVR, and skipping of commercials.
Given what’s written above, it is the same for AT&T TV subscribers where Superman & Lois is available for livestream of The CW at 9 PM ET/8 PM CT which is along with the TV bundle of The CW in AT&T TV.
For the price of $55 per month, one can access more than 45 channels through AT&T TV but it doesn’t offer a user profile. It offers to skip commercials for an additional price of $15 a month. It also has Cloud DVR but limited to 50 hours so to get more, there would be an additional cost of $10 for 200 hours.
In whichever way you prefer watching Superman & Lois, you got it all here. Secure the subscription of your choice now to be able to catch the latest episodes of Superman & Lois and other shows of The CW.
Superman & Lois airs every Tuesday at 9 PM ET/8 PM CT on The CW and on the abovementioned platforms.