Superman as well as Lois showrunner Todd Helbing confirms that David Ramsey’s John Diggle seen on the program is not the very same version the star played in Arrow.
Superman and Lois showrunner Todd Helbing has actually validated that David Ramsey is playing a new variation of John Diggle on the superhero program.
In an interview with TVLine, showrunner Todd Helbing acknowledged that the John Diggle seen on Superman and also Lois was additionally not the one followers were acquainted with. “This is also a new Diggle,” the showrunner confirmed. Not to add more complication to it, however he’s a various Diggle.”
Regardless of Helbing stating Diggle’s beard and hair in Superman as well as Lois’ Season 2 ending is an indication that the personality is not the exact same variation as the one presented in Arrow, the Earth-Prime version of Diggle showed off the same hairdo and face hair in The Flash’s Season 8 episode “The Man in the Yellow Tie,” which aired less than a week before the Season 2 ending. The discovery also contradicts dialogue from the Season 1 episode “Through the Valley of Death.” In the Superman as well as Lois episode, Diggle informed General Sam Lane, “Come on, he’s Superman. I’ve dealt with beside him. He’s the very best we have. Oliver would’ve stated that. Heck, they all would’ve,” which heavily implied the show was set on Earth-Prime and included other superheroes like Oliver Queen/Green Arrow.
Ramsey first appeared as John Diggle in the pilot episode of Arrow in 2012. The story, which continued off from the Arrow collection ending, followed John Diggle as he tried to find out more about resuming the mysterious box that landed beside him. The arc, thought about Diggle’s “Green Lantern” story in a referral to a prominent follower demand for the character, began in The Flash Season 7 episode “P.O.W.” in July 2021 and wrapped just under a year later in June 2022 with “The Man in the Yellow Tie.”
If Ramsey is set to return as Diggle in Season 3 of Superman and Lois, it is unknown at this time. The actor is set to star in Justice U, an Arrowverse collection set on Earth-Prime that would see Diggle inform and hire 5 young meta people to end up being heroes while they live at a college. The project is presently still in advancement at The CW.