The series' mid-season premiere was fine, delivering what viewers expect from the show, but it could have been so much better.
Cat Grant may be gone, but with Lynda Carter's arrival as the President, there's no shortage of role models for Kara Danvers to emulate.
"Supergirl" kicks off its second season -- and its run at the CW -- with what might be its best episode yet.
David Harewood posted a photo of himself with Melissa Benoist and Chyler Leigh in what appears to be "Supergirl's" new DEO.
Melissa Benoist, David Harewood and more discussed the show's take on Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' classic story, as well as Martian Manhunter.
In this highlight video, Kara faces all of her greatest adversaries in Season One, including Livewire, Silver Banshee, Reactron and Red Tornado.
"Supergirl" ends its first season as it began: wildly inconsistent, affecting, and earnest, with the Danvers girls at the center at its heart.
"Supergirl" looks to the past and spills the beans on J'onn J'onnz in an hour that has big implications for Kara, Alex, Lucy, and National City
COMIC REEL: "Luke Cage" Eps Directed By "Sherlock's" McGuigan; Cavill Geeked Out Over Affleck's Batman
Paul McGuigan directed the first two episodes of Netflix's "Luke Cage"; Henry Cavill calls Affleck's Batman "awesome" and more.
With the imminent crossover with "The Flash" and a second season looking very likely, the actresses discuss the influence of "Supergirl."
Kara runs into some red Kryptonite and has a few no-good, very-bad days in an episode that's both terrific and familiar.
COMIC REEL: "Wonder Woman" Wraps London Production; "Supergirl" Cast, Crew Discuss Show's Feminist Themes
"Wonder Woman's" trailer could debut at this year's Comic-Con; EP Greg Berlanti discusses LGBT characters in "Supergirl" and more.
An over-stuffed episode of "Supergirl" tackles a classic "Superman" tale, adds a few more stories, and throws in a major death for good measure.
In "Childish Things," Winn's fugitive father Toyman shows up in National City and he has unknown plans for his son.
With its mid-season finale, "Supergirl" hits its stride -- and does so in mid-air. She's a star! There's a war! Coincidence? Impossible.
Hank Henshaw's identity is revealed, Kara faces down an earthquake AND a broken arm, and a love triangle rears its adorable head. Phew!