Picking up where we left off last week, tonight’s episode "Trinity" shows everyone banding together, in some cases uneasily, to deal with the recently united Worldkillers.
We've been waiting for the reveal of Pestilence, the final Kryptonian Horsewoman, and this week's Supergirl introduces her at last.
If you thought last week delivered a super-punch to your emotions, get ready for an uppercut.
While battling villains with super strength, shape-shifting ability or an affinity for lethal toys is no walk in the park, the toughest fights are always with those we love.
Hey there, Couch Clubbers! It’s been a while, but Supergirl is finally back, which means I’m back as well! And what a return episode! There’s so much to unpack here, so let’s just get right into it.
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Having identified one of the remaining Worldkillers, the DEO mounts up to get her before anything bad happens in this week’s Supergirl. That...kinda backfired.
Explorations of friendship is one of the things Supergirl excels at for me. In this episode, we're looking at how people come together in response to personal crisis.
A lot happened on this week's Supergirl. Like, a lot. Join me as I try to wrangle the spinning wheels of my mind, won't you?
After a tense midseason finale and weeks of wondering, Supergirl picks up where it left off and answers most of the big questions gnawing at us like your dog on leftover turkey.