Are you referring to the viewer order? Not sure what you're asking tbh.I don't want to question the beauty of this timeline. But is it possible that before the passage of an episode of one series to an episode of another were much more common, while now the series are divided into blocks? (random example: first half of the 7 flash season, first half of supergirls)
I've been rewatching Superman & Lois before the new season and feel like 1x09-1x13 would work better with a more vague late October placement. There isn't really anything in 1x09 that says it picks up right after 1x08 and there's a montage of Lois, Clark, and Chrissy investigating Edge where they switch clothes a couple of times, yet all this is currently on the same day of October 21st. Also, Johnathan's arm is now healed after we're told in 1x06 (when his injury happens), not even a week before that it would take 4-6 weeks to heal. There's no way to really have that fit, but I feel like the later we can get it the better.
Also, 1x06 covers 4 days and ends on the 18th rather than the 17th, with 1x07 picking up on the 18th. It looks like the timeline currently has the events of the 16th&17th combined as 1 day when it should be 2. 1x07 still ends on the 19th though.
That’s due to COVID. The shows used to have huge crossovers with a majority of the episodes taking place around the time they aired. Now things are more standalone and events from all the shows aren’t happening as close together as they did before.Yes. In the early parts of the order, the steps from one series to another were more common, now they are divided into blocks