Superheroes don't need love interests. But if you're a superhero on a CW show—the network well-known for teen dramas—chances are good that you'll have one (or more) at some point. Oliver had Felicity, Barry has Iris, Mick has his beer.
Since its debut, The CW’s Supergirl has been met with some sadly all-too-familiar complaints.
Supergirl's 100th episode, "It's a Super Life," stepped back from the main action of the season and gave Kara the chance to try to repair her relationship with Lena through Mr.
You’d think Martian Manhunter had enough on his mind these days without also trying to direct an episode of Supergirl.
It may be Kara’s cousin who goes big for truth, justice and the American way, but you have to think Supergirl’s pretty big on those as well.
If you’ve been watching Supergirl this season, you know that over the past few months National City and the world at large has become a powder keg.
Each of The CW's DCTV shows has a unique point of view, with beats and storylines they excel at in the wake of other shows.