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Supergirl‘s “Schott Through the Heart” Shows That No One Suddenly Wakes Up a Monster

Supergirl is back after a (too long!) hiatus with "Schott Through the Heart," a surprisingly dark and emotional episode that throws us full-force back into the emotional lives of our favorite characters. We also have a new character to start caring about in Winn's mother Mary, played by Laurie Metcalf, who returns to reconnect with Winn after having left him when he was a child.

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Supergirl‘s “Both Sides Now” Emphasizes the Importance of Personal Connection

Aaaand we're back! After a bit of a slump last week, this week's Supergirl brought the show back to top form, allowing every character to wrestle with the important but often challenging task of connecting with others. Welcome to Season Three, Episode 13, “Both Sides Now.”

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Here’s Hoping Supergirl Leaves Behind Being This Boring “For Good”

Last night's Supergirl left a little something to be desired. Like, you know, things like being interesting? Or having conflict in a plot rather than just having everything be way too solvable? Ah, well. The season's been mostly stellar, so we were bound to get to a dud eventually. Welcome to Season Three, Episode 12, "For Good."

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Supergirl‘s “Fort Rozz” Teaches Us the Importance of Trust

This week's Supergirl brought together an amazing all-star team of female heroes and villains (soon-to-be-anti-heroes?) to go on a mission to bring down Reign. It also allowed Alex to flex her mom muscles DEO-style, and found Winn and Brainiac 5 fighting over who gets to be the smartest in the room. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 11, "Fort Rozz."

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Supergirl Review: Kara Needs Balance as We Head Toward a “Legion of Superheroes”/Worldkillers Showdown

Let's get into S3, Episode 10: "Legion of Superheroes."

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5 of Our Top Picks If Supergirl Really Is Looking to Bring in Lois Lane

It's a Bird! It's a Plane! No, it's Lois Damn Lane!

During the first season of Supergirl, back when it aired on CBS, we were introduced to the character of Lucy Lane, the younger sister of Lois Lane played by the amazing Jenna Dewan-Tatum. We lost the character of Lucy in the transition to the CW, but it seems the older Lane sister may be dropping in on National City.

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Our Favorite DC Superheroes “Suit Up” for a New Season on The CW

It's a new year, and that means new TV! All of our favorite shows are coming back from their winter breaks, and that includes all The CW's "Super-verse" shows! What? "Arrowverse" is so three years ago.

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2018 New Year’s Resolutions From Some of My Favorite TV Heroines

Happy New Year, Mary Suevians! The lives of the women we watched on TV this year reflected a lot of the issues and concerns we have in real-life. And just as I'm resolving to do certain things to make 2018 suck considerably less than 2017 did, I wonder what resolutions some of my favorite TV heroines would make...

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Supergirl Recap: Christmas in National City Is Cloudy With More Than a Chance of “Reign”

And now, back to your regularly scheduled Supergirl! After last week's crossover event, we're back where we left off in the main Supergirl story: Mon-El and Imra (A.K.A. Saturn Girl) are here from the 31st Century making Kara's life awkward, James and Lena get closer, and after weeks of brief flashes Reign emerges to judge National City, and the world. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 9, “Reign.”

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Get Your Grubby Hands off My Supergirl: EP Andrew Kreisberg Goes From Suspended to Fired

One of the most disheartening points for me in the recent wave of high-profile suspensions and firings of male Hollywood executives and creatives was learning that Andrew Kreisberg, co-creator and Executive Producer on multiple DCTV shows on The CW, including Supergirl, was suspended after a long history of sexually inappropriate behavior. He has now been officially fired.

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Supergirl Recap: A “Crisis on Earth-X” Descends on Barry and Iris’ Wedding

Part One.

Welcome to Supergirl Season 3, Episode 8, “Crisis on Earth-X, Part One.”

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Supergirl Recap: Kara, Sam, and J’onn All Need to “Wake Up”

"Shame on me for having a human heart." -Kara

The title of this week's Supergirl couldn't be more apt.. Mon-El returns, after having woken up on the ship that was trapped underwater near the waterfront. Kara wakes up to the fact that just because Mon-El is back doesn't mean things can go back to the way they were. J'onn wakes up to the ways in which he's isolated himself on Earth, and Sam wakes up in her true identity, which makes me really, really worried for Ruby. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 7, “Wake Up.”

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“CRISIS ON EARTH-X” DC Crossover Trailer: the B-Team of DC Gives Justice League a Run for Its Money

#Justice4Laurel

If Warner Bros. feels salty about Justice League getting beat by the "B-team of Marvel," they should recognize it's also being outdone by their own B-team.

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Supergirl Recap: The Danvers Sisters Go Back to “Midvale”

Supergirl this week is a beautiful respite from the heaviness of previous episodes this season as Kara takes Alex back home to Midvale. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 6.

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Supergirl and The Flash Showrunner Andrew Kreisberg Suspended After Sexual Harassment Allegations

After multiple women came forward with sexual harassment allegations, Andrew Kreisberg has been suspended from his position as an executive producer of the CW's DC series, including Supergirl, The Flash, and Arrow.

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Supergirl Recap: Both Enemies and Lovers Can Do Plenty of “Damage”

This week’s Supergirl was all about Lena. That is, when it wasn't about...*sniff*...Alex and Maggie. This episode's title was really, really appropriate, as it reflected not only what enemies can do to each other, but also what two people who love each other can inflict on each other when that love just isn't enough. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 5, “Damage.”

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Supergirl Recap: Kara Explores What It Means to Be One of “The Faithful”

On this week's Supergirl, guest star Chad Lowe plays a man who, after having been saved by Kara while on the same flight as Alex in the pilot episode of the show, believed her to be a god and started a religion worshipping Rao in the name of Supergirl.

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Supergirl Recap: Maggie and J’onn Discover That Apples Do Fall “Far From the Tree”

This week's Supergirl laid off Kara a little bit, giving her room to breathe as the story shifted over to Maggie and J'onn, each of whom had to face blasts from their pasts. Alex and Maggie have a bridal shower, giving Maggie the perfect reason to try to get back in touch with her estranged father. Meanwhile, Supergirl accompanies J'onn to Mars to help the White Martian resistance, led by M'gann. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 3, “Far From the Tree.”

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Supergirl Recap: Kara’s “Triggers” Prove to Be Her Most Difficult Enemy Yet

Season 3 of Supergirl continues to barrel forward with intensity and emotion, not letting up from last week for a second. In this week's episode, Supergirl's latest nemesis is a metahuman with psychic ability. Actually, Supergirl's latest nemesis is her own mental health. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 2, “Triggers.”

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Supergirl Recap: Supergirl Gives Up Kara Danvers for the “Girl of Steel”

Season 3 of The CW's Supergirl has finally arrived, and we couldn't have asked for a more intense and emotional opener than this! Supergirl is having an identity crisis as she grieves Mon-El after sending him away for his own safety at the end of last season. She renounces Kara Danvers and her human heart, embracing her Kryptonian side and her role as Supergirl full-on. Welcome to Season 3, Episode 1, “Girl of Steel.”

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