This week we’re back with a special Supergirl roundtable dedicated to Sanvers. This couple has come so far and we’re sad to see it end in heartbreak, not because we ship it like crazy, which we do, but because they were important parts of representation on TV for the LGBTRead More →

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BY ALYSSA BARBIERI & LYRA HALE Every episode of Supergirl presents something to consider or something to talk about. Whether it’s issues such as immigration or religion or grief or inner struggles, Supergirl always finds a way to focus on the humanity in this world — and in our world.Read More →

When it comes to DC Television, there’s a unique feeling that I get when I watch Supergirl. I feel like I’m watching the This Is Us of superhero shows, if that makes sense. Not that Arrow, The Flash, or Legends of Tomorrow don’t evoke emotion out of me, but everyRead More →

It’s been nearly five months since Supergirl delivered an emotional season 2 finale that shattered our hearts into a million pieces. I mean, a summer hiatus is hard enough. But having to navigate a five-month hiatus after that finale? That’s just torture. As Supergirl gears up for its third seasonRead More →

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 andRead More →

When it comes to superhero television shows, there is so much to love. Sure, we’ll initially drawn to the story due to their superhero persona. But when it comes down to it, we care as much as we do about these shows because we give a damn about the personRead More →

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 hasRead More →

If there’s one thing that you should know about Kara Danvers, it’s that she’s one of the strongest heroes in this DCTV universe. And I’m not referring to physical strength. I’m referring to the emotional strength that she has that allowed her to make the ultimate sacrifice in order toRead More →

What would you sacrifice for love? That was the core question at the heart of Supergirl’s thriller of an hour titled “Alex,” which as the name implies centered around the search for the kidnapped Alex Danvers and the two women that love her the most. One of the beautiful thingsRead More →

Supergirl is killing it this season and continues to prove week after week why it’s the class of the CW Superhero shows. It’s taken notes from what worked and what didn’t work in season 1, adjusted accordingly, while also integrating new characters and relationships that really resonate with fans. TheRead More →

It’s a question we hear often, whether it’s in our daily lives or in a fictional medium. A question that seems all too simple to answer. Because it is. And it isn’t. But at the same time, it’s a concept that’s a lot easier said than done. Can people reallyRead More →

When it comes to television superhero shows are my kryptonite. Even when I feel angry and utterly distraught (Arrow, not Supergirl), I still end up coming back for more expecting some semblance of redemption. I guess that mindset stems from the fact that these modern superhero shows have established themselvesRead More →

Representation on TV continues to be a hot-button issue in the United States. With easier access to mediums like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and other social networks, people are asking why they don’t see a true representation of the rich diversity of the US on their TV screens? They aren’t seeingRead More →