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3 Seasons, 51 Episodes

Genre: Drama / Super Heroes / Soap /

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Twenty-four-year-old Kara Zor-El, who was taken in by the Danvers family when she was 13 after being sent away from Krypton, must learn to embrace her powers after previously hiding them. The Danvers teach her to be careful with her powers, until she has to reveal them during an unexpected disaster, setting her on her journey of heroism.
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Supergirl: SEASON 3, EPISODE 3: Far from the Tree | TVBuzer

Aired: October 23,2017

Eliza throws Alex and Maggie a wedding shower, which causes Maggie to reach out to her estranged father. Supergirl joins J'onn on a personal mission.... more

Supergirl LATEST REVIEWS | TVBuzer


What is Kara's Worst Fear?

The Supergirl season 3 premiere introduced a much darker (and meaner) Kara Danvers. Although the premiere ended with Kara taking a step in the right direction and injecting herself back into the lives of her family and friends, it didn't seem like a permanent solution. Very quickly into this episode, titled "Triggers," that is confirmed to be the case. Kara is just as moody as before, but interestingly Supergirl dives headfirst into that emotional trauma by introducing a villain that can man... more


Kara may not be back to her old self yet on Supergirl Season 3 Episode 2, but she's learning more and more what it means to be human.  Fear is a very human emotion. It's one we all experience, and like Kara, must learn to overcome.  Winn's device was no match for Psi's abilities, but with a little help from Alex, Kara was able to face her fears.  We all love and miss happy, light-hearted Kara, but this "broken" version is sure letting Melissa Benoist show ... more

Season 3 Premiere Can Kara Move on Without Mon-El?

Supergirl brings The CW's Arrowverse (and much of the rest of the network's fall line-up) roaring back to life. While it's very good to have Supergirl back, Kara Danvers probably doesn't feel the same way. Although she saved the day at the end of season 2, it wasn't without a cost.Kara's boyfriend, Mon-El, was forced to leave Earth, and Kara, to save his life. The Supergirl season 3 premiere, titled, "Girl of Steel," focuses heavily on Mon-El's departure, but they might go just a t... more



Supergirl: Reign Has the Potential to Be the Most Tragic 'Supergirl' Villain Yet News | TVBuzer

Reign Has the Potential to Be the Most Tragic 'Supergirl' Villain Yet

The newest Supergirl big bad has been a very curious case. After being given one of the most ominous teasers ever, Supergirl season 3 properly introduced the woman who is destined to become Reign as a very suburban and very boring single mom. While the introduction of Reign has been a little bit confusing in presentation, the potential is there for her to be one of the most tragic villains in the Arrowverse and certainly the most sym... more

Supergirl: Why Kara Going Dark on 'Supergirl' Is a Terrible Idea News | TVBuzer

Why Kara Going Dark on 'Supergirl' Is a Terrible Idea

Supergirl might be back for season 3 but Kara Danvers is not the same. The season 3 premiere, "Girl of Steel," presented a radically different Kara from the one that fans left at season 2. Following Mon-El's exile to save his own life, Kara took all her grief and built a hardened emotional shell. While the premiere eventually had Kara let her guard down slightly, it's clear that the emotional scars of the Mon-El "break-up" aren't going away any time soon and that's very worrying fo... more

Supergirl: 'Supergirl' Episode 3.2 Photos: Supergirl vs. Psi! News | TVBuzer

'Supergirl' Episode 3.2 Photos: Supergirl vs. Psi!

Things are changing in National City! New jobs, new relationships, and new challenges. Supergirl will be facing off against a new foe in Psi, a thief with special powers, portrayed by Jane the Virgin's, Yael Grobglas. The official episode description from the CW says, "Psi, a thief with psychic powers, attacks National City. Able to immobilize people by tapping into their worst fears, Psi proves a formidable opponent for Supergirl. Meanwhile, James (Mehcad Brooks) and Lena (Katie... more


Supergirl FAN COMMENTS (2)

  • Level 19
    The writers did a horrible work. The show seems to be pandering to an audience of 13 year old feminists rather than the comic book fans. The political propaganda pushing they did in season 2 made the show not worth watching. Though the show sucked in season 1, everybody had high hopes for the season 2; including me. But the way the show went into season 2 itself made even the DC fans doubt if the show would be anywhere near good. Instead of trying to push the leftist political propaganda, they must've put more effort in atoning the damage already made to the character's reputation after the first horrible season. The reason Jessica Jones succeeded was because the focus of the show was to make a comic book character come to life on the TV screen, not to indoctrinate the audience with political ideology or propaganda of any sorts.
    As a DC fan, am really gutted with what the producers and the writers did with the character that was supposed to be the lead female representative of the Arro


  • Level 11
    needs work