I’m really loving Supergirl, although they need to do something about Cat Grant, I realize she’s basically comic relief but her character is terrible. Here’s a sneak peak at this week’s episode.
Supergirl does battle with the deadly Master Jailer, who is hunting and executing escaped Fort Rozz prisoners. Also, Cat hires a second assistant, Siobhan Smythe (Italia Ricci), who immediately tries to one-up Kara, and Kara and James disagree over the DEO’s methods, on Supergirl, Monday, Feb. 22 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Every time that Greg Berlanti – an executive producer on Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl – has been asked about a crossover between one of his CW shows and Supergirl, he always said it didn’t seem likely, but he’d love to do it if circumstances were right.
Circumstances have become right – The Flash will journey from Central City to National City to team up with Supergirl.
Kudos to Grant Gustin, CBS, The CW and DC Comics for pulling this one off. Follow the jump for details.
CBS’ freshman super hero series, Supergirl returns with all new episodes January 4th. Let’s take a look back and the season so far. Created by the trio of Ali Adler, Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, Supergirl takes the DC Universe into a decidedly, lighter direction than it’s other properties. At first blush it seems like a very weird fit for a network that has a tendacy to skew older. But when you think about it, this is also the home of shows like The Big Bang Theory and Two Broke Girls.
CBS has announced a couple of schedule changes for Monday night out of respect for the tragic events in Paris, France.
Previously scheduled terrorist themed episodes of Supergirl and NCIS: Los Angeles have replaced.
In place of How Does She Do It?, CBS will run the Thanksgiving themed Supergirl ep, Livewire; in place of Defectors (about ISIS recruiting young women), the network will air the NCIS:LA ep, The Long Goodbye. Follow the jump for episode information.
As a guy who grew up with comics and remembers picking up Supergirl’s first ever comics appearance off of one of those ‘Hey, Kids! Comics!’ racks that used to be in grocery stores across the continent, I have to say that the pilot for Supergirl (Monday, 8:30/7:30C then weekly at 8/9C)) was something I was definitely looking forward to seeing.
Is it great? No, not quite. But it is very, very good.
CBS’ hot new series Supergirl will get a lift from last year’s hot new CBS series, Scorpion. When Scorpion returns (Monday, September 21, 9/8C), the newly expanded 75-second Supergirl spot will present a look beyond the show’s pilot. Following it debut on Scorpion, the expanded teaser will be posted to YouTube.
Supergirl premieres on Monday, October 26th (8:30/7:30C) leading into a special 90-minute episode of Scorpion. For more, follow the jump.
Supergirl is coming to CBS this fall – adding another powerful female to a lineup that includes The Good Wife, Madam Secretary and Person of Interest (go ahead: tell me that Root and Shaw are not powerful females!).
Supergirl stars Melissa Benoist as Superman’s cousin, Kara Zor-El/Kara Danvers. Supergirl premieres on Monday, October 26th. Check out the show’s first TV spot after the jump.