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As Superman’s cousin, Kara Danvers (aka Supergirl) balances her work as a reporter for CatCo Worldwide Media with her work for the Department of Extra-Normal Operations (DEO), a super-secret government organization whose mission is to keep National City – and the Earth – safe from sinister threats..
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Supergirl: SEASON 4, EPISODE 12: Menagerie | TVBuzer

Aired: February 17,2019

With his P.I. shingle newly hung outside his office, J'onn welcomes new clients. Trying to take her mind off what happened at the DEO, Kara decides to team up with J'onn on his latest assignment, which unfortunately ends up tying directly into Alex's current investigation that involves the villain Menagerie. Meanwhile, Lena shares some news with Ja... more

 
 
 
 
 
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Blood Memory

Wow! This episode was a powerhouse.  Nia Nal was at the front and center on Supergirl Season 4 Episode 11, and her backstory was as intriguing as it was informative.  I've been wondering when the writers would expand on her backstory since she's only operated in the background with a few snippets about her family and upbringing mentioned here and there.  But now, we're on the brink of launching our new, first transgender superhero, Dreamer. It al... more

Suspicious Minds

Supergirl is staring down her biggest threat yet: Colonel Haley.  Alex attempted everything humanly possible to derail Colonel Haley on Supergirl Season 4 Episode 10, but the Colonel was too adamant about finding out Supergirl's identity. Her desire consumed most of the episode which was both good and bad.  When J'onn wiped Haley's mind so she'd forget that she figured it out, Haley didn't give up; she hit back harder by rolling in a 'truth seeker.' ... more

Elseworlds, Part Three

I come to you bearing the third installment of the Elseworld's three-night crossover.  The third part, Supergirl Season 4 Episode 9, was the darkest installment in Elseworld's, but for a reason -- it was the one where Deegan's "bigger" plan came to fruition.   The previous episodes, mainly The Flash Season 5 Episode 9, set the scene for what was to come while focusing more on the lighter tone from the overly debated Freaky Friday/Quantum Leap body swap between Oliver and B... more

 
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Supergirl: Supergirl Recap: Secret Identity Crisis (Plus, What Happened on Earth-90?) News | TVBuzer

Supergirl Recap: Secret Identity Crisis (Plus, What Happened on Earth-90?)

Kara’s future remains uncertain after Sunday’s Supergirl, which finally brought everyone up to speed with a series of refreshing reveals — one of which could lead to war. Despite his earnest (i.e. frustrating) commitment to maintaining the space-time continuum, Brainy admitted to knowing about Nia Nal in the 31st century, all but confirming Kara’s growing suspicions that Nia’s nightmares and narcolepsy could be pieces to a much larger puzzle. This led to Nia conf... more

Supergirl: Supergirl Cast Previews Nia's Power-ful Discovery, Growing Bond With Brainy News | TVBuzer

Supergirl Cast Previews Nia's Power-ful Discovery, Growing Bond With Brainy

Sunday’s Supergirl (The CW, 8/7c) finally addresses the sleeping elephant in the room, as Kara and Brainy begin to help Nia accept and control her dreamy superpowers — and, time permitting, her narcolepsy. In fact, the threesome spends so much time in close quarters that the actors have begun referring to their characters as the show’s new “super friends.” “There’s a really fun trio friendship forming,” Melissa Benoist told TVLine and other outlets d... more

Supergirl: Supergirl Recap: Who Invited the Dragon to Thanksgiving Dinner? News | TVBuzer

Supergirl Recap: Who Invited the Dragon to Thanksgiving Dinner?

Children of Liberty? Well, that’s a stupid name, isn’t it?” Manchester Black finally said what everyone’s been thinking on Sunday’s Supergirl, and for that, we thank him. This year’s Thanksgiving episode began with the Children’s manifesto literally falling from the sky — because why send a tweet to the whole world when you could dump dozens of fliers in the park and call it a day? — laying out the organization’s anti-alien mission statem... more

 
 
 
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  • Level 37
    absolutely agree with these guys the show is not good not even worth comments about. anyhow because of crossovers I watch. the flash ok arrow good DC LOT between ok and good

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  • Level 28
    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

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  • Level 12
    needs work

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