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2 Seasons, 42 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 2, EPISODE 22: Nevertheless, She Persisted | TVBuzer

Aired: May 22,2017

Supergirl challenges Rhea to battle to save National City. Meanwhile, Superman returns and Cat Grant offers Supergirl some sage advice.... more

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Season 2 Finale Can Kara Defeat Rhea ... and Superman?

Given the cliffhanger of the previous Supergirl episode, "Resist," the easy assumption is that the season 2 finale, titled "Nevertheless, She Persisted," would deal with a Supergirl and Superman fight. While Superman and Supergirl definitely face off in a pulse-pounding opening sequence, the show makes the smart decision to have Clark Kent fade quickly into the background. Supergirl is still Kara Danvers' story, even with her cousin flying around.The finale brings one chapter of that stor... more

Can Kara Save Mon-El and Lena from Rhea?

Daxam invading Earth does have echoes of Non's takeover attempt in season 1 of Supergirl. This episode, titled "Resist," quickly establishes that things are much more serious. In a terrifyingly effective opening sequence, Daxam takes to Earth with guns blazing, murdering everyone in sight. They quickly ransack DEO headquarters, and everyone is forced to retreat to the alien bar for cover. Supergirl has never had higher stakes for a conflict, and it quickly turns "Resist" into one of the bett... more


Can we just go ahead and elect Cat Grant for President? Lynda Carter has been a fun guest star, but she hasn't been given the best material in her minimal amount of screen time.  If we're only going to get to see Cat on a limited basis anyway, why not just make her the leader of the free world?  I probably could have quoted everything that came out of Cat's mouth on Supergirl Season 2 Episode 21, but then I would have been up all night. Still, what a reminde... more



Supergirl: Lena Luthor Is the MVP of 'Supergirl' Season 2 News | TVBuzer

Lena Luthor Is the MVP of 'Supergirl' Season 2

Supergirl season 2 was rocky. It started off strong, fell flat for the rest of the season, and then the last two episodes were two of the best hours the series has had thus far. Cat Grant's departure and return definitely made the last two episodes what they were, but Lena's involvement in the entire season kept it worth watching. Her Involvement in the Story Lena definitely started out as just the daughter of Lillian Luthor. She wasn't developed, and her backstory was kind of bland. She's a L... more

Supergirl: Who Is the Third Baby in the 'Supergirl' Season 2 Finale? News | TVBuzer

Who Is the Third Baby in the 'Supergirl' Season 2 Finale?

Another season of Supergirl has ended and there is yet another cliffhanger mystery of someone being contained in a pod. While the end of season 1 delivered Mon-El to Earth, the mysterious passenger in the season 2 cliffhanger appears to be a lot more dangerous than Kara's most recent love interest. Supergirl has seemingly introduced the villain for season 3 by presenting the idea that a third baby escaped Krypton in its destructi... more

Supergirl: Is 'Supergirl' Getting Too Political? News | TVBuzer

Is 'Supergirl' Getting Too Political?

Cat Grant's return in the penultimate episode of Supergirl season 2 did more than bring back a fan-favorite character. Cat's arrival in Supergirl season 2 ushered in an element of the series that has laid dormant for several episodes, the series' strong political and feminist agenda. As Supergirl prepares to fight off another alien invasion, the show is getting back in touch with its roots as a feminist superhero show. Th... more


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