Arrowverse crossover casts Grimm alum as Lois Lane

Diana L. Ragland DC Entertainment

Diana L. Ragland DC Entertainment

Grimm actress Elizabeth "Bitsie" Tulloch has been cast as Lois Lane for this year's annual DC-CW TV crossover.

Lois Lane has finally arrived to The CW. While she has been referenced in earlier episodes of Supergirl, the show has remained quiet on whether Lois and Clark are married, engaged, or just dating - although Lois does seem to know Clark's secret identity.

As announced three weeks ago, this season's three-night, Legends-less event - kicking off Sunday, Dec. 9, with a special airing of The Flash - will not only introduce viewers to Kate Kane aka Gotham vigilante Batwoman (played by Orange Is the New Black's Ruby Rose), but Superman (played by Supergirl's Tyler Hoechlin) will return to the heroic fray as well.

Over the course of the crossover - which involves new episodes of The Flash, Arrow, and Supergirl over the weekend of December 9-11 - Tulloch will appear in an unknown number of episodes, but, judging by how many her steely counterpart is secured for, it's likely she could show up in all three.

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Lois Lane was announced to appear in the crossover during Comic-Con International: San Diego in July. And that's not to short change Dana Delaney's brilliant turn as the voice of Lois on Superman: The Animated Series, or big screen interpretations by the late Margot Kidder or Amy Adams. This week marks the 25th anniversary of the first episode of ABC's Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

Tulloch certainly fits the bill, as fans of Grimm and her character Juliette (and others) know full well.

Tulloch's additional TV credits include the series lead in Ed Zwick's NBC drama series Quarterlife, Portlandia, House M.D. and The West Wing.

She is repped by ICM, Luber Roklin Entertainment, and Stone Genow.

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