Some DC TV fans prefer to binge-watch an entire season at once, and those waiting to start “Black Lightning” Season 3 can start counting down. Netflix revealed that the CW drama will start streaming next month.

“Black Lightning” Season 3 will release on Netflix on March 17. That’ll be a full week after the season finale airs on The CW on March 9.

Fans may want to wait a little while to watch though. “Black Lightning,” for the first time since it premiered, crosses over with the other DC TV shows on The CW. This season’s crossover event, “Crisis On Infinite Earths,” took place across the five other Arrowverse TV shows. “Black Lightning” didn’t get its own episode, but Cress Williams’ Jefferson Pierce appears in “The Flash” and the “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” installments. Those won’t be on Netflix until at least May, and the Crisis leaves the show massively changed.

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“Black Lightning” Season 3 kicks off with the ASA still pulling strings. Agent Odell (Bill Duke) is still controlling Jefferson Pierce (Cress Williams) and Jennifer (China Anne McClain), leaving Freeland without Black Lightning and Thunder. Anissa (Nafessa Williams) doesn’t play by Odell’s rules, though.

“Anissa (Nafessa Williams) secretly defies Odell in her alter ego as Blackbird with the able tactical and technical support of Gambi (James Remar),” the Season 3 premiere synopsis teases.

“Black Lightning” Season 3 also includes some fun guest stars like Wayne Brady, who plays the villainous Gravedigger later in the season.

The CW has already renewed “Black Lightning” for Season 4. Every Arrowverse show except “Arrow,” which ended this year, will return for next season. There might even be a couple new additions to the DC TV family. “Superman and Lois Lane” was picked up to series and the future-set “Green Arrow and the Canaries” is still up for consideration.

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Behind the scenes of "Black Lightning" Season 3 with Nafessa Williams (left), Cress Williams and China Anne McClain. Jace Downs/The CW