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  • Posted on March 31, 2021 / by Vicki in Articles, Supergirl

    The final season of The CW’s Supergirl has a lot of weight on its shoulders. As with any ending, there are massive expectations from fans, both from the character perspective, the plot perspective, and — when it comes to any show on the teen friendly CW — from the shipping perspective. But at least based on this week’s Season 6 premiere, it seems like the series will deliver on at least one aspect: the redemption of Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath).

    Spoilers for Supergirl Season 6, Episode 1 “Rebirth” past this point.

    Originally meant to be the Season 5 finale before the series was shut down thanks to COVID, “Rebirth” is a fun, exciting hour of TV, one of the best episodes Supergirl has aired in a long time. Part of that is the quick dispatch of the show’s long-running and often convoluted Leviathan storyline, thanks to a fight scene featuring a visual straight out of Superman III slash my nightmares. The rest of the episode is able to pivot to the entirety of Team Supergirl fighting a much more interesting villain: Jon Cryer’s now over-powered Lex Luthor.

    And a crucial part of that battle? Lena Luthor, who didn’t exactly turn evil, so much as dip into some seriously dark shades of gray over the past season and change — particularly after she discovered her best friend Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) was also secretly Supergirl. “Rebirth” rights that ship and then some, with Lena going on a heartsick apology tour with nearly every member of the team, and proving herself more than capable of being heroic multiple times.

    In fact, I’d argue that Lena gets the best moments in the episode: punching her brother Lex after a particularly annoying villain monologue; wiping her mother and brother’s memory of Supergirl’s identity in order to protect Kara and her friends; and hugging Alex Danvers (Chyler Leigh), a surprisingly touching moment that was almost entirely unexpected.

    But the moments that fans will most likely focus on the most are the ones between Lena and Supergirl. A line earlier in the episode in particular should raise the eyebrows of anyone who ships Supercorp, the (so far) non-canon coupling of Lena and Kara. In the scene, Supergirl authorizes Lena to use Myriad, the mind-changing device that was key to the ethical crumbling of their relationship in the first place. Surprised that Kara would let her use Myriad, she says, “You’d trust me, even after everything…”

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    Posted on March 06, 2021 / by Vicki in Articles, Supergirl

    Supergirl is returning way sooner than expected!

    The first half of the CW superhero drama’s sixth and final season premieres Tuesday, March 30 at 9 p.m., taking the timeslot usually occupied by Superman & Lois. The recently-renewed freshman drama is going on a brief hiatus because of a COVID-19 related production interruption earlier in the season and will resume its season on Tuesday, May 18, meaning Supergirl won’t finish its run until later in the summer.

    Like most shows, the Melissa Benoist-led drama’s previous season was cut short due the pandemic. In the unplanned season 5 finale — which was combination of the penultimate hour plus some of the footage they were able to shoot before the shutdown — Kara (Benoist) and Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath) buried the hatchet and teamed up to defeat both Lex Luthor (Jon Cryer) and Leviathan. Unfortunately, Lex, with the help of his mother Lillian (Brenda Strong), thwarted the Super Friends’ attempts to stop him.

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    While there aren’t concrete details about the season 6 storyline, we do know that David Ramsey will reprise the role of Arrow‘s John Diggle and direct an episode co-written by series star Azie Tesfai — a first for any Arrowverse actor — and supervising producer J. Holtham. During an Instagram Live interview with EW in February, Tesfai opened up about joining the writers room for an episode and collaborating with Ramsey.

    “It’s been great, I think, the nuance of not just representing the Black voice, but the Black female voice, and every Black experience is different,” she said. “To have David Ramsey directing the episode… that makes me really excited. Ramsey and I had dinner the other night and just talking about his perspective and experiences; they’re very different than mine. So, I think to have such a well-balanced [group] between me, J., who I’m writing the episode with, and David Ramsey, I think fans will feel really excited and hopefully seen and heard.” She added: “[Episode] 12, in my opinion, for Kelly, is the most epic episode of the season, so I’m excited to get to pen it.”

    In terms of what’s in store for Kelly this season, Tesfai said: “The fans have been very vocal about what they want to see for Kelly — and I feel like they know what I’m talking about — and they, especially in the back half of the season, will get everything that they want, and it makes me very excited.”

    Supergirl premieres Tuesday, March 30 at 9 p.m., following The Flash, on the CW.


    Posted on September 24, 2020 / by Vicki in Articles, Supergirl

    Supergirl will be taking her last flight. The CW and producers Warner Bros TV and Berlanti Productions just announced that the drama series starring Melissa Benoist will conclude with the upcoming sixth season, set for premiere on the CW in 2021. It is the second series from the CW’s DC Arrowverse to come to an end following Arrow, which wrapped its eight-year run last season.

    Production on all 2020-21 broadcast series was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. Additionally, Supergirl had been targeting a later start of production to accommodate the pregnancy of star Benoist. I hear the series is slated to begin filming in Vancouver next Monday, Sept. 28, pending a deal with the local unions to comply with SAG’s testing guidelines, which has been a sticking point for a number of Hollywood productions there. The series would initially be filming around Benoist who would join the production later, I have heard.

    Between the delays and Supergirl’s downward ratings trajectory, I hear the producers, the studio, the network and Benoist came to a decision that it was better to end the show with a longer final season.

    The creative team has started developing the storylines for the final 20 episodes. The order is expected to be longer than most broadcast series this coming season, including the CW scripted shows, which will be launching in January and beyond.

    As it keeps adding new series every season, the CW also has been retiring veterans. It ended three established series in each of the last two seasons, including Arrow, Supernatural and The 100 this past season. (Because of the pandemic, Supernatural‘s final season stretched to this fall.) The network, which traditionally gives its long-running series a proper farewell by announcing their final seasons ahead of time, will likely reveal more shows coming to an end after the upcoming season in the coming weeks.

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    Posted on June 16, 2020 / by Vicki in Articles, Supergirl

    All of The CW’s superhero exhibits have been delayed till 2021, however Supergirl season 6 is being pushed again till Summer time 2021 for one essential motive.

    Superhero followers should wait slightly longer for Supergirl Season 6 than they may the remainder of the Arrowverse exhibits. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the leisure trade, shutting down manufacturing on quite a few tv packages and movie units. It had a significant impact on the Arrowverse particularly, with the manufacturing shutdowns coming simply earlier than Batwoman, Supergirl and The Flash completed filming their newest seasons’ finales. All of those sequence had their last episodes rewritten and re-edited from the finished footage, leading to some drastically totally different endings and main cliffhangers.

    The CW determined to delay manufacturing on all of their sequence via the top of the yr, however nonetheless plans to do full season orders for the entire Arrowverse exhibits. A tentative schedule for the 2021 season has been launched, however one sequence was notably absent from the premiere line-up: Supergirl, which has at all times launched its new season together with the opposite Arrowverse exhibits ever because it moved from CBS to The CW in 2016.

    Associated: Each Means The Arrowverse Will Be Completely different In 2021

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