New ‘Supergirl’ Spoilers For Season 4, May 5, 2019 Episode 20 Revealed

Hey, "Supergirl" fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight's episode 19. Now that it's officially over and in the can so to speak, it's time to see what the next, new episode 20 will have in store for you guys. The folks over at The CW were so kind enough to serve up a press release for episode 20. So, that is what we'll be referencing for this spoiler session. To get things started, CW's press release revealed that episode 20 is labeled/titled, "Will The Real Miss Tessmacher Please Stand Up?" That title is actually a parody of rapper Eminem's popular song, "Will The Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up" from back in 2000. That's just a fun fact I thought I'd throw out there. Anyways, episode 20 sounds like it will feature some very interesting, action-filled and dramatic scenes as Kara and Lena try to hunt down Lex. Eve sets a trap!
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Supergirl Teams Up With Manchester Black In New Photos

To be completely honest, Supergirl‘s third season bored me more often than not. Thankfully, the producers have managed to turn it around this year, for I could imagine season 4 going down as being the series’ best when it wraps next spring.

If one element could be credited for the improvement, it’d have to be the addition of Ben Lockwood Aka Agent Liberty. Really, this guy has more depth to him than any previous big bad this show had called its own. Then again, you’re going to produce gold whenever you have someone like Smallville alum Sam Witwer bringing such great writing to life.

In addition to revealing the set of Lockwood’s new talk show, the gallery of images promoting this week’s episode, “Rather the Fallen Angel,” also shows the Maiden of Might teaming up with Manchester Black. And though one could argue the guy’s
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Is This Supergirl Synopsis Hinting At New Krypton?

Now that Supergirl‘s current season is winding down, it stands to reason the producers are formulating ideas as to how the story may continue next year. In the past, they dropped hints in the closing minutes of finales, but some new information being brought to light causes us to suspect that they’re gradually building toward a massive shakeup to the status quo.

Before proceeding any further, let’s take a look at the official synopsis for “Dark Side of the Moon”:

Supergirl Learns A Stunning Secret About Krypton – Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) is stunned to discover that a part of Krypton survived. Meanwhile, Alex (Chyler Leigh) is attacked while out with Ruby (guest star Emma Tremblay), and Lena (Katie McGrath) considers how far she will go to keep Reign contained. Hanelle Culpepper directed the episode written by Derek Simon & Katie Rose Rogers (#320). Original airdate 5/28/2018.

Now, it remains to
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Mon-El Finally Gets A Better Costume In New Supergirl Photos

Chris Woods’ Mon-El has been part of Supergirl since the beginning of season 2 but, to date, we haven’t seen him wear the character’s red and blue costume from the comics. Ever since joining up with the Legion of Superheroes this year, he’s just settled for that boring go-to on-screen super-suit – black leather. At last, though, he’s about to get a fashion upgrade, as these new photos from an upcoming episode confirm that the Superman-coloured costume is on its way.

From how it looks in these images, Supergirl‘s costume designers have once again done an awesome job of faithfully replicating a suit from the comics. In fact, this might even be their best effort yet.

Tellingly, there’s a logo-shaped hole on his chest that makes it look like Mon-El will soon be sporting the ‘S’ shield as the character often does in the source material.
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Supergirl Hits The Dojo In New Synopsis

Hey, do you remember this show called Supergirl?

Well, we certainly hope you do. Sure, Legends of Tomorrow may have been tearing it up in that very time slot for the past couple of months, but it’s hard to ignore how things just abruptly left off when the back half of the Girl of Steel’s third season was beginning to heat up.

Really, aside from the joyous news confirming that Supergirl will be returning for a fourth season, word regarding the Maiden of Might’s small screen adventures has been quite mum in recent memory, no doubt making the extended hiatus even more agonizing for her fans to endure.

Thankfully, we’re able to gaze into the not too distant future via this freshly surfaced synopsis for “In Search of Lost Time”:

J’Onn Has To Face The Truth About His Father – When Myr’nn (guest star
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"Supergirl: The Faithful"

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Sneak Peek new footage from the "Supergirl" episode "The Faithful", written by Paula Yoo, Katie Rose Rogers and directed by Jesse Warn, airing Octoiber 30, 2017 on The CW:

"...'Kara' (Melissa Benoist) investigates a secretive new group whose leader, 'Thomas Coville' (Chad Lowe), has a mysterious connection to 'Supergirl'. 

"Meanwhile, 'Samantha' (Odette Annable) feels like she's letting 'Ruby' (Emma Tremblay) down, wile the Martian 'J'onn' (David Harewood) confesses an old secret..."

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Reign And Black Siren Impact Supergirl And Arrow During Halloween Week

After being forced to endure the long summer hiatus, we can now rest easy as each of our favorite DC shows have finally returned with a round of spectacular premieres. And now that the fall season is in full swing, we continue looking ahead, this time at episodes of Supergirl and Arrow set to air during Halloween week.

First, on Monday, October 30, Supergirl begins charting what’ll be surely be a strange journey for Odette Annable’s character of Samantha. Casually introduced to us in the season 3 premiere, we know that the seemingly average woman will go on to become Reign, this year’s big bad. Truth be told, the unassuming villain is something we’ve yet to see from this series, so we could have some great television ahead of us.

Continuing on that note, we also can’t help but draw parallels to Smallville‘s Davis Bloome, who was played by Sam Witwer.
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Kevin Sorbo And Teri Hatcher Make The Scene In New Supergirl Images, Character Identities Revealed

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Although there was lamentably no new episode of Supergirl to speak of this week, you can rest assured that the series will return with a vengeance in four days when Teri Hatcher and Kevin Sorbo make their long awaited arrivals (okay, we’re not quite counting their cameo at the end of a recent episode).

When the trailer for “Star-Crossed” originally dropped, it quickly became apparent that the characters those two are playing have some kind of connection to Mon-El, who has been harboring a secret for the wealth of this season. And considering that he was addressed as “prince of Daxam,” many of us have put two and two together, assuming they could possibly be his parents.

This is further supported by the captions The CW applied to the official images released from said episode, labeling Sorbo as “Lar Gand” and Hatcher as “Rhea.” Those
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"Supergirl: Star-Crossed"

From VancouverFilm.Net, Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from the "Supergirl" episode "Star-Crossed", written by Katie Rose Rogers, Jess Kardos and directed by John Medlen, airing March 20, 2017 on The CW:

"...a new villain (Teri Hatcher) comes to 'National City', putting 'Supergirl' (Melissa Benoist) on high alert. Meanwhile, 'Lyra' (Tamzin Merchant), the girlfriend of 'Winn' (Jeremy Jordan) gets Winn in trouble with the law. 

"'Maggie' (Floriana Lima) attempts to help Winn but old loyalties get in the way. Then 'The Music Meister' (Darren Criss) attacks 'Supergirl'..."

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"Supergirl: We Can Be Heroes"

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Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from the new "Supergirl" episode "We Can Be Heroes", written by Caitlin Parrish, Katie Rose Rogers and directed by Rebecca Johnson, airing January 30, 2017 on The CW:

"...after 'Livewire' (Brit Morgan) breaks out of prison, 'Supergirl' (Melissa Benoist) is intent on recapturing her. 

"After training 'Mon-El' (Chris Wood), Supergirl takes him with her when she sees Livewire attack the 'Ncpd' but things go awry when Mon-El puts Supergirl before the citizens of 'National City'.

"Meanwhile, 'James' (Mehcad Brooks) decides to come clean with 'Kara' and 'M'Gann' (Sharon Leal), has a psychic attack and collapses into a coma..."

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