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    Early, yes, but no time like now, I guess…

    Episode 3.7: Wake Up
    Written by Gabriel Llanas and Anna Musky-Goldwyn; directed by Chad Lowe

    Winn and the DEO discover an alien ship crash-landed deep underwater beneath National City. Hank tries to bond with his father as Samantha, eager for understanding of the changes she’s been experiencing, looks to her estranged mother for answers.

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    Ratings for Monday’s Supergirl: 1.89m total viewers, 0.5 in 18-49.

    I’ll be slightly surprised if this show isn’t cancelled after this current season. ????

    It’s still one of The CW’s top 3-4 dramas and the only female-fronted show in their (highly successful) shared universe. Also, The CW hasn’t cancelled a third-year show since Veronica Mars.

    Supergirl is fine.

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    Again, an 0.5 rating for last night’s episode. They can’t get past 0.5. Valor is toast (0.2).

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    The 2nd annual DC Comics/CW crossover event starts here, continues on Arrow, then concludes Tuesday on The Flash and DC’s Heroes of Tomorrow.

    Episode 3.8: Crisis on Earth-X (Part 1)
    Story by Andrew Kreisberg & Marc Guggenheim; teleplay by Robert Rovner & Jessica Queller; directed by Larry Teng

    On Earth-2, Barry Allen (aka The Flash) and Iris West’s wedding is violently ambushed by aliens from Earth-X. An event that brings Green Arrow, White Canary, Citizen Cold, The Ray, Felicity Smoak, Alex – and Supergirl – to their aid as they face their most formidable group of villains yet.

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    Kreisberg out; Robert Rovner and Jessica Queller promoted to co-showrunners, and will be helped out by Greg Berlanti.

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/supergirl-flash-showrunner-andrew-kreisberg-fired-sexual-harassment-claims-1057390

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    Post #3000!!!

    Episode 3.9: Reign (fall finale)
    Written by Paula Yoo and Caitlin Parrish; directed by Glen Winter

    Fresh from defeating the Earth-X aliens on Earth-2, Supergirl investigates a mysterious symbol popping up all over National City, tracing its origins to a Kryptonian tale of a “world killer” called Reign. Tensions skyrocket between Lena and Morgan Edge causing James to step in, and possibly igniting a spark in the process. Samantha reveals herself to be that ‘world killer’…so let the battle for National City – and Earth – begin.

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    A blow was delivered to Supergirl today, as the CW sidelined the series until next April. Legends of Tomorrow will instead take over the Monday at 8 timeslot beginning February 5 and begin its stretch run of 9 new episodes. Supergirl will resume April 16 and have its season finale finish AFTER May sweeps.

    Asking fans to return to a show after a quarter-YEAR absence in such an attention-deficit time as this…

    http://tvline.com/2017/12/08/legends-of-tomorrow-season-3-return-date-supergirl-time-slot-mondays/

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    Hey dickhead, your posting here shows that YOU’RE interested in this thread. Now eff off.

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    If I’m not mistaken, the return is next week; not today.

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    Ooo sorry!! Thanks.

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    Tomorrow, a four-week cameo appearance, then another 2-month hiatus, but the CW CEO assures fans the show is fine, despite its ratings dropping 25% from season 2.

    Episode 3.10: Legion of Super Heroes

    As Supergirl lay in a coma (a ‘mind prison’) after her disastrous run-in with Reign, the former Samantha Arias tightens her lethal grip on National City. The deteriorating situation prompts Mon-El and Imra Ardeen to unite with the DEO to continue the fight against her while another 31st century super denizen, Braniac-5, tries to get Kara back into the game.

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    Melissa Benoist’s first public comments at the TCA Winter Press Tour re: firing of Andrew Kreisberg:

    http://ew.com/tv/2018/01/15/supergirl-melissa-benoist-andrew-kreisberg/

    “That was a major disappointment, and the irony was not lost on me. I have to say that the way our show has recovered as a cast and a crew together, we have an atmosphere on set now that I’m extremely proud of and there are a lot of amazing men that work on our show, and we have a lot of amazing women that are in powerful positions on our show as well — now one of our co-showrunners is a female, [Jessica Queller], and executive producer Sarah Schechter. We’re all in the fight for equality and for a safer atmosphere in the working space.”

    “…I think it’s a matter of empathy, and it’s a matter of listening to each other and maybe as standing in each other’s shoes for a day across genders, and across sexualities, across any platforms. I just think it’s a matter of listening to each other. It’s hard to talk about something when you’re still so in the thick of it, when you’re still so engulfed by sorting out the confusion, but I have a lot of hope. I think that people are better than the way things have been.”

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