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In just a week, the Arrowverse shows will be back on our television screens. The CW has dropped quite a few trailers for the new seasons of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow, and each one has left us wanting more. However, the latest trailer from The CW will literally make you hungry for more.

This new trailer is pretty funny and unique. A fictional TV commercial for a fictional fast food chain, featuring scenes from previous seasons of and , as a trailer — who would've thought of that?

Big Belly Burger has been one of the largest fast food chains in DC Comics since making its first appearance in 1988's Adventures of Superman comics. The fast food chain never managed to make its way onto the big screen, but its been an integral part of the Arrowverse right from the first season of Arrow, with Big Belly Burger being one of the recurring sets of Season 1.

Big Belly Burger's service hasn't been limited to Star City. The fast food chain has spread to Central City as well; in a show dominated by coffee shop CC Jitters, Big Belly Burger has had its fair share of name-drops on The Flash.

If the trailer is anything to go by, it seems like Star City and Central City won't be the only two cities serving Big Belly Burgers in the Arrowverse. Supergirl's National City is next on the list. Could this mean Big Belly Burger would be recurring set on Supergirl just like it was on Arrow way back in Season 1? We'll have to wait to find out.

The promo is reminiscent of the viral Los Pollos Hermanos advertisement that AMC made for Better Call Saul's previous season, which led to some real-world pop-up locations — but unfortunately, there's no word yet on whether Arrowverse fans will be able to try Big Belly Burger for themselves.

Are you excited for the Arowverse shows to return? Let us know in the comments section down below.


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