The Arrowverse shows on The CW have only just ended. Well, three out of four have only just ended. After those exciting cliffhangers, fans are already intrigued at how the next seasons will play out. They're so excited that they want to know the return dates for "Arrow," "The Flash," "Supergirl," and "Legends of tomorrow" right now. So, when will the Arrowverse show return?

Three shows keeping their usual nights

There isn't currently a date set for the new seasons of all four Arrowverse shows. The good news is they are all confirmed for fall 2017 schedule premieres.

The four shows are the first to make it through their second seasons without moving to the midseason lineup for a few years. Many others have been dropped to midseason lineups due to poor ratings.

"Supergirl," "The Flash," and "Legends of Tomorrow" are keeping the nights they ended on for the 2016-2017 schedule. That means Mondays and Tuesdays are superhero heavy. The biggest change to the schedule is "Arrow." The show finally gets paired back up with "Supernatural," but is moving to Thursday nights at 9 p.m. That means a day and a timeslot change for the parent show.

Shows coming to Netflix very soon

Three of the shows are already available on Netflix. "Legends of Tomorrow" was the first, after airing its season 2 finale back in April.

Eight days later the show was available in full, as expected. "Supergirl" season 2 was made available yesterday, while "The Flash" season 3 was made available earlier today.

The only show left to make its way to Netflix is "Arrow." Season 5 will be available tomorrow. This was set back in the summer, as Netflix and The CW agreed to an eight-day release of the full season on the streaming service.

Fans will be able to watch the shows in whatever order they choose.

October likely for Arrowverse release

"Arrow" season 6, "The Flash" season 4, "Supergirl" season 3, and "Legends of Tomorrow" season 3 will likely make their way to The CW in October 2017. This is the usual date for the teen network now. Based on the start dates from last year, the first week of October looks good for a start date.

However, nothing will likely be confirmed until later this summer.

One notable superhero missing is "Black Lightning." This is not going to be part of the Arrowverse, despite being another DC comic adaptation. The show will air during the midseason, along with another freshman show, "Life Sentence."