We Stand With Melissa Benoist – Period!

Melissa Benoist is back in the news, and not for the reasons we would want her to. This isn’t about celebrating her work as Supergirl, or even her personal life, this is about an abuser trying to take control of…

25 Karamel gifs that prove they’re OTP goals

With Supergirl coming to an end after season 6, we’re hoping Karamel gets their happy ending. So we’re celebrating with gifs!

I Will Go Down With This Ship: Karamel Edition

If there’s a ship that has stolen my heart and never given it back, it’s Supergirl’s Kara and Mon-El. KARAMEL. Have you ever heard a ship name sweeter than that?

Mon-El is returning — and this fangirl is thriving!

Karamel was the big reason that I was so passionate about Supergirl — and guess what, that’s okay. I don’t need your permission to watch Supergirl for a ship. I don’t care if you hate my ship. All I care about is that I get to one of my favorite ships interact on screen once again!

Melissa Benoist Shares Her Highly Personal Story Of Domestic Violence On Instagram

You don’t have to wear a cape to be a hero. The biggest super power that we all hold is honesty and telling our truths. It’s not always easy. It’s not even close to being easy a majority of the…

5 Things We Want to See in ‘Supergirl’ Season 5

After months of speculation and sitting on massive cliffhangers, we’re closer to seeing how things unravel in Supergirl season 5, where big changes are on the horizon. And I’m not just talking about Supergirl’s awesome new costume. While I’ve always been cautiously…

‘Supergirl’ SDCC Interview: Melissa Benoist & Sarah Schechter talk honoring Kara’s evolution with new suit

With a new season of Supergirl comes a new suit for Kara Danvers. Say goodbye to the skirt and hello to the pants. “Once you get a taste of the pants, there’s no going back,” Supergirl executive producer Sarah Schechter…

‘Supergirl’ 4×19 Review: ‘American Dreamer’

As Kara decides to hang up her Supergirl cape, for now, a new hero stepped into the light in this week’s all-new episode of Supergirl, appropriately titled “American Dreamer.” In this fictional reality that has unfolded this season, things have…

‘Supergirl’ 4×18 Review: ‘Crime and Punishment’

Everyone has a weakness. That one thing that can affect you like nothing else. And it tends to stem from an emotional place. In Supergirl’s latest episode, “Crime and Punishment,” there was a focus on these characters’ Kryptonites — the…

‘Supergirl’ 4×16 Review: ‘The House of L’

Whatever has happened with Supergirl over these past two weeks has been truly a godsend and has found a way to spark a fire underneath this show. Obviously that spark has been the addition of Lex Luthor, who has showed…

‘Supergirl’ 4×15 Review: ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou’

I’ll be the first to say that Supergirl has been declining over the past couple of seasons. Declining in terms of finding an effective storyline and declining in terms of my attentiveness. But that all might’ve changed (and I stress…

‘Supergirl’: 9 WTF Moments from ‘Stand and Deliver’

While some people may be getting over Supergirl’s political storyline this season, I continue to find myself compelled and sickened — in a good way, because it addresses real issues — with how this show is handling this Civil War.…

'Supergirl' 4×13 Review: 'What's So Funny About Truth, Justice, and the American Way?'

While Supergirl hasn’t particularly floored me this season, one of the things that I continue to be intrigued with is the parallel between Supergirl’s reality and our reality. This division between two political sides hits so close to home, but…

'Supergirl' 4×12 Review: ‘Menagerie’

Supergirl returned from a two-week hiatus just in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day in its own unique way. Heart-eating alien, anyone? I don’t know about you, but that just screams Valentine’s Day perfection. In “Menagerie,” Supergirl and co. dealt with…

‘Supergirl’ 4×11 Review: ‘Blood Memory’

I’ve got a love/hate relationship with Supergirl this season. On one hand, I love how they’re tackling realistic politics in the Children of Liberty storyline. Not to mention the introduction of Nia Nal, who’s been a breath of fresh air. On the…

‘Supergirl’ 4×10 Review: Well, This Is A Game Changer

Supergirl returned with a midseason premiere that forever changed the course of the season. One decision — an unnecessary one, if you ask me — set an unexpected course for the backhalf of season four where once again Kara’s emotional…

New ‘Elseworlds’ Key Art Previews DCTV’s Epic Crossover Event

Just like clockwork, it’s about time for The CW’s annual DCTV crossover event, which will bring together characters from Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl in a unique way. In Elseworlds, Oliver Queen and Barry Allen have switched places, which means Oliver is The Flash and Barry…

‘Supergirl’ 4×07 Review: ‘Rather The Fallen Angel’

Supergirl has a way of surprising me. When on the surface an episode looks to be ordinary, but deep down has a ton of emotional depth that manages to tell intriguing stories while also setting stones in place for down…

‘Supergirl’ 4×05 Review: ‘Parasite Lost’

Supergirl continues to, shockingly, have me completely enthralled this season. And it has nothing to do with romance (not that there’s anything wrong with that) and everything to do with how Supergirl’s reality is reflective of the reality we live…

‘Supergirl’ 4×04 Review: ‘Ahimsa’

“Heroes go out there even when they know something bad is going to happen,” James Olsen told Nia Nal. “That’s what makes them heroes.” If there was ever a quote to encapsulate everything that comes with Supergirl or any other…

‘Supergirl’ 4×03 Review: Making of a Villain

To say that Supergirl’s newest episode was difficult to watch would be selling it short. But that’s what happens when art imitates life so terrifyingly accurately that you feel it in your bones. You begin to wonder what’s the next…