For all of those wondering, there is another bit of positive news coming out of “Supergirl” and its move to The CW: You are actually going to get to see more of the show than you would otherwise.
As Hank Henshaw himself in David Harewood confirmed in a post on Twitter, the upcoming second season (and the first on the new network) is going to be 22 episodes. That is two longer than the first season, and CBS probably was not going to be willing to give that sort of order again given the season 1 ratings being what they were.
The real issue / question mark that we see many having right now simply pertains to the notion of the show heading to Vancouver, which has been widely reported given that this is where many of the Greg Berlanti shows on The CW film. Will the entire cast and crew make the trip of north? When “Mistresses” shifted its production away from Los Angeles, they lost their star in Alyssa Milano. Two people we can certainly assume will be back, judging on their reactions, are Harewood and Kara herself in Melissa Benoist. Love the reaction from her in showing solidarity with the new network and being thankful for what has been given to her.
Next week, the CW upfront presentation will likely reveal more. It’s understandable if there are some changes beyond the budget that need to be made, so we better be prepared that this won’t be the same exact show that it was on CBS. We just hope that it is something similar.
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