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As Superman’s cousin, Kara Danvers, also known as Supergirl, balances her work as a reporter for CatCo Worldwide Media with her work for the Department of Extra-Normal Operations, 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 5, EPISODE 10: The Bottle Episode | TVBuzer

Aired: January 19,2020

The subsequent complications from the Crisis leave Supergirl to face a chaotic threat.... more

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Crisis on Infinite Earths

Everything has been leading up to this. We have finally arrived at Crisis Arrowverse Fans, and, oh man, did it live up to the hype. Supergirl Season 5 Episode 9 was part one out of five and while it had plenty of pure Supergirl moments, it was a true meeting of heroes that threatened to tug at our heartstrings. As the DEO detected a wave of anti-matter hurdling towards their Earth, they soon realized that Argo would be it's first victim. And that could only mea... more

The Wrath of Rama Khan

Team Kara or Team Alex? On the show's fall finale, Supergirl Season 5 Episode 8, the Danvers sisters were on opposing sides concerning the infamous debate of Lena's villain status. As we saw our heroes struggle with Lena's betrayal, there was also the problem of Rama Khan's disdain for the human race and, of course, the upcoming threat of the Crisis that has been sorely missed on Supergirl. Alex was the voice of reason as Kara desperately wanted to believe in L... more


Tears were shed by many as truths came to light. On the overly emotional Supergirl Season 5 Episode 7, many revelations were made in relationships ranging from lovers to brothers to best friends. However, for the number of answers characters got, twice as many questions arose. Kara's friendship with Lena came to a screeching holt in the Fortress of Solitude, but for Lena, it had been over for months. Lena did not hold back when she very readily told ... more



Supergirl: Flash Meets Flash! Grant Gustin and a Gobsmacked Melissa Benoist React to Movie Hero's Cameo in 'Crisis' News | TVBuzer

Flash Meets Flash! Grant Gustin and a Gobsmacked Melissa Benoist React to Movie Hero's Cameo in 'Crisis'

Even Supergirl’s super vision didn’t see this one coming. We’re of course talking about Tuesday’s surprise “Crisis on Infinite Earths” cameo. Midway through the Arrow portion of the annual CW crossover, Ezra Miller’s big-screen version of The Flash appeared opposite Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen. The sequence in question took place at STAR Labs, as Barry struggled with his re-entry into the Speed... more

Supergirl: Supergirl Sets Date for Winn's Return News | TVBuzer

Supergirl Sets Date for Winn's Return

“Back From the Future” is a rather fitting title for the Supergirl episode that welcomes back original cast member Jeremy Jordan. Ahead of last summer’s San Diego Comic-Con, Jordan revealed that he was en route back to the CW series, sharing on Instagram, “Turns out Winn didn’t go 1000 years into the future, just to Season 5! So happy to come back and play with my friendsssssss!!” (Jordan was referring to the fact that Winn was last seen traveling 1,00... more

Supergirl: CW Renews Riverdale, Batwoman, Roswell, Black Lightning Plus 9 Others News | TVBuzer

CW Renews Riverdale, Batwoman, Roswell, Black Lightning Plus 9 Others

The CW is kicking the new year off with a (renewal) bang, picking up additional seasons of 13 (!!!) current series — basically its entire lineup. The list of shows confirmed to return for the 2020-21 TV season includes The Flash (Season 7), Riverdale (Season 5),Supergirl (Season 6),B... more


Supergirl FAN COMMENTS (3)

  • Level 38
    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


  • 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


  • Level 12
    needs work