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Superman and Lois: How to watch the series in the UK

The CW’s DC Universe just keeps getting bigger over in the States with Superman and Lois becoming the latest new addition for fans.

Tackling their biggest challenge of all – parenthood – it obviously doesn’t take long for Lois and Clark to find themselves in troubles way.

Launching on the States on February 23, Superman and Lois already earned rave reviews as more than a couple of tears were shed by viewers (no spoilers).

So… when can we watch it in the UK?

Here’s everything you need to know…

What is Superman and Lois about?

Superman and Lois follows the superhero/human couple as they try to navigate normal family life here on Earth.

Living life as Clark Kent, Superman (played by Tyler Hoechlin) and his journalist wife (Elizabeth Tulloch) are now proud parents to two sons – Jonathan and Jordan – but with that comes the very real possibility that they may come into superpowers as they grow up.

Hiding his true identity from the world, as the boys reach their teenage years anything could be possible, and a return to his hometown of Smallville is set to trigger a chain of events that could change everything.

You think being a parent is hard? Something tells us being a parent to superkids might just be near impossible.

When is Superman and Lois released in the UK?

Unfortunately, Superman and Lois is currently unavailable in the UK, having been released in the States first.

Season one is slated for 15 episodes, and air Tuesday nights on 8/7c in the US.

Over in the UK, it’s yet to be announced which channel will air the series, however shows from The CW often debut on E4.

This has previously included fan favourites Batwoman, Arrow, and Crisis on Infinite Earths.

The first seasons of each show drop around three months after it airs in the States.

 

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