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Genre: Family / Crime / Drama /

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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 18: Crime and Punishment | TVBuzer

Aired: April 21,2019

Kara and Lena head to Stryker's Island to search for clues on how to defeat Lex. At the prison, Kara tries to befriend a nosy prisoner, Steve, who may have insight into what Lex was doing, while Lena studies an array of puzzles Lex left behind in the hopes of discovering his whereabouts. While there, a prison riot breaks out and Kara must find a wa... more

 
 
 
 
 
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All About Eve

I would hate to be Supergirl right now.  After Lex Luthor's little stunt, President Baker declared Supergirl public enemy number one on Supergirl Season 4 Episode 17. We were clued into what he was planning with the Red Daughter on Supergirl Season 4 Episode 16. We knew she was going to pose as Supergirl and destroy her image in public, and yet, when it happened, it was so difficult to watch.  The real Supergirl would never attack the White House along with ... more

The House of L

Lex Luthor is waging full-on war against Supergirl; he wants the Red Daughter to turn Supergirl into an enemy of the state rather than America's hero.  But to understand Lex's motives and the creation of the Red Daughter, Supergirl Season 4 Episode 16 had to turn the clocks back three years to the very beginning of the series. Usually, I'm not a fan of flashback episodes, but seeing rounded Red Daughter origin story from the big bad's viewpoint gave us all the answers we've ... more

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Oh, Lena Luthor. What have you done? What have you unleashed onto National City? Jon Cryer made his highly anticipated debut as sociopath Lex Luthor on Supergirl Season 4 Episode 15, and it was delicious.  I don't remember the last time I enjoyed a Supergirl episode this much. At least not this season.  If you thought Manchester Black and Ben Lockwood were terrible for the city, you haven't seen anything yet.  There's a reason why so m... more

 
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Supergirl: Supergirl Recap: White House Down News | TVBuzer

Supergirl Recap: White House Down

First things first: Supergirl, Alex and Lena agreed to put their differences aside, forming my favorite female supergroup since Legends of Tomorrow gave us the Sirens of Space-Time. After interrogating one of Eve’s test-subject cousins — who was absolutely played by the same actress who just had “a lot of feelings” in Mean Girls — the trio narrowed its scope, which led to the discovery of some artificial haranel. Lena came clean about her no-longer-secret experiments, which Alex defended, explaining t... more

Supergirl: Jon Cryer Breaks Down Playing 'Sociopath' Lex Luthor on 'Supergirl' News | TVBuzer

Jon Cryer Breaks Down Playing 'Sociopath' Lex Luthor on 'Supergirl'

After seasons of build-up, Lex Luthor (Jon Cryer) made his “Supergirl” debut in the fourth season episode entitled “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” Initially, the supervillain positioned himself as a sick man, eager to help his half-sister, Lena (Katie McGrath), work on a cure that could heal himself and the recently-shot James (Mehcad Brooks). Although he expressed frustration that Lena wasn’t willing to test human subjects, Lex seemed pleased to be working with his sibling during his temporary medical break from prison. But, ... more

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

 
 
 
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  • 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

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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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