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!
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2020 is full of possibilities. Plenty of new shows will soon fill our TV screens, and have the potential to provide us with new favorite characters and ships. We also have all our favorite shows either resuming mid-season or premiering their new season altogether in 2020. All these returning shows
It’s hard to write about this week’s episode of The Flash without talking about the two episodes of Crisis on Infinite Earths that preceded it. But rather than break down the events of each episode, it is important to consider the characters that didn’t disappear in the cliffhanger. The Paragons.
For a show that prides itself on depicting strong and empowering messages for its audience, Supergirl has a misguided idea of friendship. At least when it comes to Kara and Lena. You can make yourself believe anything if you try hard enough. After watching Supergirl‘s season 5 premiere, I can’t for the
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 optimistic about any DCTV headed into what’s usually a drawn-out
When Supergirl returns, our characters will be dealing with plenty in the new year. For Brainy, that means exploring romance with Nia, as the two took a step forward in the season finale. But his story will also revolve around the technological focus in Supergirl‘s fifth season. Specifically, a company that dabbles
Shortly before San Diego Comic-Con, it was announced that Mehcad Brooks would be exiting Supergirl during the halfway mark of season 5. It was a shock, but Brooks is moving on to explore a new career opportunity while also carrying with him memories of his time working on Supergirl. “I’m going to miss
Television doesn’t always handle relationships in the best way. Sometimes, it’s good. Sometimes, it’s bad. Sometimes, it’s so bad that it can ruin a show. But when it comes to Supergirl‘s Alex Danvers and Kelly Olsen, the latter is certainly not the case. When we last left Alex and Kelly, the
As the summer television hiatus is upon us, our DCTV shows have reached their season’s end. For some, like Arrow, that signals a huge change coming in the form of losing the heart of your show in Felicity Smoak. For others, like Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow, it’s the end of one chapter and the