Superman & Lois Star Bitsie Tulloch Looks Back

Bitsie Tulloch, star of “Superman & Lois,” celebrated her time as Lois Lane in a social media post following the show’s end. Tulloch played Lois in the Arrowverse’s “Elseworlds” crossover and “Crisis on Infinite Earths” event before starring in “Superman & Lois” for four critically-acclaimed seasons. In her post, she expressed gratitude for her role, saying, “I’ll be grateful til the day I die that I had these few years to wake up every day and be Lois. Lane.”

Bitsie Tulloch, known for her experience managing ardent fanbases from her role in “Grimm,” serves as a prominent spokesperson for “Superman & Lois” on social media, as her co-star Tyler Hoechlin maintains a relatively low-key online presence.

“For six years, I’ve been privileged to embody Lois Lane’s strength, wit, and dedication. As an iconic role alongside Superman, Lois has captivated audiences for generations with her unwavering determination, ethical compass, and infectious spirit.”

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Premiering in 2021, “Superman & Lois” emerged from the multiverse-altering “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover. The series sees Tyler Hoechlin and Bitsie Tulloch reprise their roles as Superman and Lois Lane, respectively. Notably, the show revolves around the family dynamics between the titular couple and their teenage twin sons, who play pivotal roles in the plot.

As the series unfolded, viewers discovered that “Superman & Lois” was not set in the same world as other Arrowverse shows like “Arrow,” “The Flash,” and “Supergirl.” Instead, it existed on its own distinct world, providing an opportunity to revisit familiar characters and concepts from the Arrowverse, but with unique interpretations and a different cast. Notably, season three featured Michael Cudlitz as Lex Luthor, a departure from the portrayal by Jon Cryer in the other Arrowverse shows.

No release date is set yet for the fourth and final season of “Superman & Lois” on CW. Despite its limited episode count and cast, the show aims for an epic conclusion, especially with hints of the “Death of Superman” storyline from last season’s finale. All three seasons are available to stream on Max and for purchase in digital formats. Physical copies of “Superman & Lois: The Complete Third Season” on DVD and Blu-ray will be released next month.

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