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White Martians Attack The Deo — Armek (guest star Terrell Tilford), a White Martian, descends on National City intent on taking M’gann (guest star Sharon Leal) back to Mars to face her punishment as a traitor. Hank (David Harewood) and Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) determine the best way to keep M’gann safe is to bring her to the Deo. However, when it is revealed that Armek shape-shifted into M’gann and is now loose in the building, the team realize he could be disguised as any one of them.
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- Amie Cranswick
Among the thousands upon thousands of people who populated the Women’s March across numerous cities on Saturday, there were more than a few celebrities — and Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist may have come toting the most super sign of them all.
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Crowds that were both mighty and mighty impressive assembled on Saturday in Washington, D.C. as well as Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, St. Louis, Austin and dozens of other locations (on multiple continents), as part of the aprés-inauguration movement that was set in motion on Nov. »
"...'Kara' (Melissa Benoit) has left the safety of being assistant to 'Cat Grant', in order to figure out what she really wants to do...
"...while as 'Supergirl' she continues to work at the 'Deo', protecting the citizens of 'National City', searching for 'Jeremiah' and 'Cadmus'.
"Along the way, she will team up with 'Superman' (Tyler Hoechlin) to battle new villains...
"...as she strives to balance her personal life with her life as a superhero..."
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- Michael Stevens
The CW’s DC TV offerings return next week, but the network has today released the official descriptions for the episodes of Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl which will air the week beginning February 6th. There aren’t too many major reveals here, but each of them sounds pretty fun in their own way.
First up is Supergirl. In an episode titled “The Martian Chronicles,” it sounds like we should expect the Girl of Steel to find herself caught in a crossfire between Martian Manhunter and the White Martians, the villainous alien race who wiped his people (and family) out on Mars.
White Martians Attack The Deo — Armek (guest star Terrell Tilford), a White Martian, descends on National City intent on taking M’gann (guest star Sharon Leal) back to Mars to face her punishment as a traitor. Hank (David Harewood) and Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) determine the »
- Josh Wilding
With just two days to go until its midseason premiere, The CW has released a new sneak peek clip from the Kevin Smith-directed ninth episode of Supergirl, entitled ‘Supergirl Lives’; take a look here…
Kevin Smith Directs; Roulette Returns — Kara (Melissa Benoist) is moved by the story of a missing woman named Izzy (guest star Harley Quinn Smith) and decides to investigate despite Snapper Carr’s (guest star Ian Gomez) order to leave it alone. Kara takes Mon-El (Chris Wood) with her to the last place Izzy was seen and the duo find themselves thrust through a portal to another planet, Slaver’s Moon, where the downtrodden are sold as slaves. The leader of the trafficking ring is none other than Roulette (guest star Dichen Lachman). To make matters worse, Slaver’s Moon has a red sun, »
- Amie Cranswick
To help you recover from your post-Championship Sunday blues, on Monday, Supergirl is back with her first installment of the new year! The episode, which is directed by Kevin Smith (Clerks), will see Kara & Mon-El travel to a distant planet where they'll find themselves at the mercy of Roulette and to make matters worse, they'll be powerless underneath the power of a red sun. The CW has released a new clip from the episode featuring the Girl of Steel and Mon-El getting left behind on Slaver's Moon and quickly coming to terms with their new predicament. Check out the clip below: “Supergirl Lives” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. Et) (TV-pg, V) (HDTV) Kevin Smith Directs; Roulette Returns — Kara (Melissa Benoist) is moved by the story of a missing woman named Izzy (guest star Harley Quinn Smith) and decides to investigate despite Snapper Carr’s (guest star Ian Gomez) order to leave it alone. »
We still can’t believe this is happening. In a world with increasing stakes in established shared universes, and world-ending drama, it’s kind of nice to know the superhero genre is still used to pull stupid, ridiculous things like a musical crossover special.
In case you haven’t heard, in a couple months, The Flash and Supergirl will have a semi-two-part crossover special, wherein the characters will sing, Glee-style. I say “semi” because only the tail end of the March 20th episode of Supergirl will include the crossover aspects, and the rest of it will occur in the next episode of The Flash the following day — not unlike how the four-part Invasion special kicked off late last year.
- Joseph Medina
The CW has already aired its big four-show DC crossover for this season, but we’ve still got one other team-up to look forward to as Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl reunited with Grant Gustin’s Flash for a two-part musical crossover, which will pit the heroes against Music Meister.
Thanks to EW, we now have details on who’ll be flexing their vocal cords in the crossover, with the site reporting that Benoist, Gustin, Jesse L. Martin, Victor Garber, Carlos Valdes, Jeremy Jordan, and John Barrowman will all be delivering musical performances in The Flash instalment, entitled ‘Duet’ (much like the Invasion! event, the crossover will begin at the very end of the Supergirl episode). Supergirl stars David Harewood and Chris Wood will also guest star in The Flash episode, albeit in non-singing roles.
The crossover is set to air on March 20th and March 21st. »
- Gary Collinson
You can’t say Greg Berlanti isn’t one busy dude. In addition to shepherding the DC Comics series Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl, he also recently sold another comic book show, Black Lightning, to the folks over at Fox. But the guy didn’t stop there.
Now, Variety is reporting that Berlanti Production has sold a pilot called Deception to ABC.
According to the outlet, the pilot, written and executive produced by Chris Fedak follows a former superstar magician named Cameron Black, whose career is ruined by a scandal. After hitting rock bottom, he realizes there is only one place that can use his specific skill set of illusion and deception: the FBI. He then opens up a business as an illusionist consultant, “helping the government solve crimes that defy explanation and trap criminals and spies by using deception.”
I’m two minds on this one. »
- Joseph Medina
While we wait for next season’s major DC TV crossover – which will hopefully see Kevin Smith firmly seated in a director’s chair – it’s time we prepare for something a little smaller and more whimsical. As we previously reported, a musical crossover is soon set to occur involving The Flash and Supergirl, with Music Meister serving as the villain.
There is, however, a bit of a catch. When “Heroes vs. Aliens” was billed as a four-show, four-night crossover by the network, fans took that quite literally. As it turned out, it was more so characters from four different shows joining forces across three with the first part, incidentally Supergirl, serving as more of a prologue with Barry Allen and Cisco Ramon not showing up until the final minutes. Granted, that episode was one of the strongest of any DC TV series to air during that week, but it »
- Eric Joseph
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Information is starting to eke out about the previously announced The Flash and Supergirl musical crossover. Much like the recent crossover, the CW says the action will kick off at the end of Supergirl‘s March 20 episode, with the bulk of the action taking place on The Flash the next night on March 21. That episode, titled “Duet” will be directed by Dermott Downs and include singing performances from Grant Gustin, Melissa Benoist, Jesse L. Martin, Victor Garber, Carlos… »
“The Flash”-“Supergirl” crossover episodes will air in March, The CW announced Friday. While the vast majority of the action will take place on “The Flash” in an episode fitting entiteld “Duet,” the story will be set up at the end of the “Supergirl” episode preceding it the day before – much like with this year’s four-show crossover. “Supergirl” will air Monday, March 20, followed by “The Flash” on Tuesday, March 21. Also Read: 'Supergirl:' Livewire, Dominators Return in New Mid-Season Trailer (Video) “Duet” will be directed by Dermott Downs and will feature singing performances from Arrowverse actors Grant Gustin »
- Linda Ge
We have an airdate for the musical episodes of The CW’s “The Flash” and “Supergirl”: The tuneful crossover will begin at the end of the Mar. 20 episode of “Supergirl,” but the main vocal action will take place in the Mar. 21 episode of “The Flash.”
That episode, entitled “Duet,” will be directed by Dermott Downs and will feature singing performances from Grant Gustin, Melissa Benoist, Jesse L. Martin, Victor Garber, Carlos Valdes, Jeremy Jordan, and John Barrowman. David Harewood and Chris Wood will have non-singing guest appearances in the episode.
News of the musical episode broke last August. There’s no word yet if, as executive producer Greg Berlanti had previously indicated, the episodes will both feature one original song.
Leads Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist both belted out various tunes on “Glee,” and the casts are also stacked with Broadway vets: Garber was part of the original casts of “Sweeney Todd” and “Assassins” and has »
- Oriana Schwindt
Seven of Dctv’s finest will be making beautiful music together this March.
The CW on Friday announced that the highly anticipated two-part musical crossover between Supergirl and The Flash will air Monday, March 20 (8/7c) and Tuesday, March 21 (8/7c). As with the network’s recent “Heroes v. Aliens” saga, the crossover will start at the end of Supergirl, saving most of the musical action for The Flash‘s portion of the event, appropriately titled “Duet.”
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Dermott Downs has been tapped to direct the Flash half of the crossover. »
The list of musically-inclined CW stars getting in on the fun during the highly-anticiapted musical crossover event between The Flash and Supergirl is here—and it's better than we ever could've hoped. The network announced on Friday that alongside the expected performances from Glee alumni Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist, a handful of talent from the Berlanti-verse of DC TV shows will show off their singing chops. The other stars singing in the big event are Jesse L. Martin, Victor Garber, Carlos Valdes, Jeremy Jordan and John Barrowman. With much of the action contained in the March 21 episode of The Flash (though the fun will begin a night earlier at the end of Supergirl's new episode), »
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- Ethan Anderton
Kevin Smith may have made a name for himself directing independent feature films, but he’s been quickly adding episodes of the CW’s various DC Comics adaptations to his resume. He’s already helmed two episodes of The Flash and Supergirl, and is now setting his sights on next season’s inevitable four-show “Arrowverse” crossover event.
When questioned about whether he’d be willing to tackle an episode of next year’s event if the producers asked him to, Smith said:
“If they ask me? I put in my request to [executive producer Andrew] Kreisberg already, dude. After I watched their crossover, I said, ‘Please, dude, please, next year, just give me a taste of that crossover. I just want to be involved in one of them. I don’t care which one.'”
Smith has talked before about how he’s been nervous to take on more effects-heavy work, since his »
- James Garcia
Having already directed two stellar episodes of The Flash, it only made sense that Kevin Smith branch out across the DC TV multiverse. With an episode of Supergirl also under his belt that’s set to air in a matter of days and introduce a new species of aliens, many viewers were likely checking the clock waiting for an announcement regarding the beloved filmmaker’s return.
Well, there’s no need to hold your breath any longer because Smith recently confirmed his return to the director’s chair while talking with Comicbook.com:
“Monday, the episode of Supergirl that I directed airs, which is thrilling. I got to Sundance tomorrow and I’m up there for IMDb all week, come home Tuesday, then a few days after that, I go up to Vancouver again to direct another episode of Supergirl.”
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- Eric Joseph
So here we see the return of Laurel Dinah Lance, The Black Canary, or so it seems. I think by now we all know it is actually Black Siren, which is Flash's Earth-2 version of Laurel that is actually an evil doppelganger. Flash created a Multiverse, and it has allowed us to bring back long dead characters or alternate versions of themselves, typically evil, to pop-in for an episode or two. We have already seen 6'ish Harrison Wells, which is a play on H.G. Wells name (the author of The Time Machine), and there is no telling just how many characters could be brought back. In fact, we could see Reverse-Flash die and the multiverse could have infinite versions of him and »
- Drew Carlton
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