Supergirl's Jeremy Jordan tells CBR about how tonight's episode, Schott Through the Heart, changes things for Winn going forward.
Allison Shoemaker is a television and film critic. She is a member of the Chicago Film Critics Association, and her work appears regularly at The AV Club, Consequence of Sound, RogerEbert.com, and elsewhere. You can hear her dulcet tones on four podcasts, including The Losers Club: a Stephen King Podcast and TV Party, both with the Consequence Podcast Network, as well as Debating Doctor Who and Podlander Drunkcast: an Outlander Podcast, the latter of which is exactly what it sounds like. Allison also produces and performs with Redacted, a Chicago-based group that lovingly skewers your favorite movies in the lounge of the historic Music Box Theatre. You can find her on Twitter @allisonshoe, where the great John Stamos once called her 'impressive.' It was a real thrill.
Articles by Allison Shoemaker
On Legends of Tomorrow the bad guys are just plain better, and it's because they have so much more fun.
TV's favorite chaos-causing time-travelers return for a silly, spirited season premiere.
Supergirl kicks off its third season with some heavy stuff, a few sweet scenes, and a new villain or two. Welcome back, Girl of Steel.
Kara fights a hard fight and makes a harder call in an affecting season finale.
The women of one of DC's most notorious families step into the spotlight in a compelling, self-assured hour.
"Supergirl" traps its heroes in the DEO for a paranoiac hour that's sadly light on logic.
The series' mid-season premiere was fine, delivering what viewers expect from the show, but it could have been so much better.