Big disclaimer here: I’m speaking as a Latina woman who absolutely hates not just the fake representation that Floriana Lima gives me, but the fact that she has spoken about this fact in a less than sensitive way. I understand Maggie Sawyer is an important character for the LGBT community,
Supergirl is back! How we’ve missed her. And this show. And the way it can emotionally compromise us even when we don’t expect the show to be able to. Like with that dream sequence. And that Alex/J’onn conversation. And the Danvers sisters! Our Fangirlish writers Alyssa, Lizzie, Lyra, Lacey, Kayla,
Supergirl’s Alex Danvers and Maggie Sawyer were one of the most satisfying surprises last season. They were a couple we didn’t see coming until Maggie made her debut. But the chemistry was instantaneous and compelling. Suddenly, we were looking at our next OTP. Their beautiful relationship was depicted truthfully and
Well, we’re all dead. And Supergirl killed us with a sensational season finale wrought with raw emotion and beautiful storytelling. How are we expected to survive these next five months?! Our Fangirlish writers Alyssa, Lizzie, Lyra, Nora, Sarah, and Erin are breaking down the season 2 finale of Supergirl, which has
And the summer hiatus shocks keep on coming. After Supergirl broke our hearts in Monday’s season finale, we once again find ourselves dealing with another heartbreak as one of the show’s series regulars has decided to return instead in a recurring capacity. TVLine has reported that Floriana Lima has stepped
There’s a sizeable difference between Supergirl’s freshman season and its current sophomore season. Not that the first season was bad, but this second season is so phenomenal by comparison that it can sometimes seem that way. Let’s just take a look at where we were one year ago. Where our
Maggie Sawyer is coming to Supergirl. The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Floriana Lima has landed the series regular role of DC Character Maggie Sawyer on Supergirl‘s upcoming second season on The CW. Originating in 1987 in Superman comics, Sawyer was one of the first openly gay characters in comics.