The details of the Supergirl series finale have been revealed. Fans can look forward to an emotional finale as well as a wedding. Digital Spy reports that Supergirl will end with a two-episode finale. “The Last Gauntlet,” will feature Supergirl and the Super Friends taking “drastic action after a loved one is kidnapped by Nyxly and Lex.” The second episode, “Kara,” will have the titular character aided by several familiar faces to stop Lex and Nyxly once and for all. This episode will also feature a wedding, with Alex and Kelly preparing to walk down the aisle.
TV Line reports that original cast members will return, including Mechad Brooks (James Olsen), Jeremy Jordan (Winn Schott/Toyman), and Chris Wood (Mon-El). Will anyone else from the past make an appearance? We will find out when the two-part Supergirl series finale airs on November 9.
Supergirl premiered on CBS in 2015. After one season it was moved to The CW where it became part of the Arrowverse. The show is known for covering real-world themes, with this final season being influenced by the Black Lives Matter movement and touching on abuse of power.
The two-part finale to Supergirl will air on November 9. The Arrowverse series Black Lightning also ended this year, and Arrow (the show that started it all), ended in early 2020. The Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman, and Superman & Lois are the only remaining shows in this franchise, with The Flash being the oldest series. No future shows are announced to be in development yet, but many fans have theories for future shows.
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