Plus updates on Nancy Drew, All American, Arrow, and The Bold Type!
The Crisis concludes with some Sara-centric shenanigans and the return of Alex and Dreamer.
Kate Kane tries to stop Supergirl from doing something dangerous as the end of the world(s) draws nigh.
The Crisis Continues! Kate Kane and Kara Danvers team up to find a Paragon while Sara Lance teaches Mia Smoak about the perils of Lazarus pits.
The Crisis is here! Supergirl, Batwoman, the White Canary and more working together and being badasses.
Yara returns to the Iron Islands, Sara Lance and her biceps return to Star City, and The Chi returns to Showtime.
There’s nothing like a good old, grown up coming out story! You have 48 hours to vote for your favorites!
Plus: All American ends a really solid first season, you’ll never guess who’s back on Arrow, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend surprises with a little Valencia and Beth, a non-binary patient on Grey’s, and Maia gets Kalinda’d on The Good Fight.
Kara tries to convince Elseworlds-Alex to help her save reality from a man wearing Superman’s face. Also we get one last peek at Batwoman before she flies off into the night!
Supergirl goes to Gotham and meets the one, the only: Batwoman. And also Kate Kane, what a coincidence!
Kara is called in to help Barry and Oliver solve the mystery of why they seem to have switched lives in the first episode of the three-party SuperFlarrow crossover.
Plus Legacies gives us a Hufflepuff/Slytherin power couple, All American gives us Coop in a suit. And quick hits on Coronation Street, The Young and the Restless, Charmed, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Star and The Flash!
Alex and Sara and Anissa and Nyssa and Betty McRae, oh my!
Sara Lance is not just the captain of this ship; she’s its soul.
Station 19 is gay out of the gate, Star buries a gay in a completely heartbreaking way, Legends of Tomorrow unleashes an army of Avas, Nyssa is back(!) on Arrow, and Once Upon a Time is going out with a lesbian bang!
There aren’t many new lesbian, bisexual, trans, or queer characters on fall TV, but there are a few; and a handful of returning favorites.
Hey, what if we altogether stop killing off women to advance the plots of men? Even in maybe-not-real flash forwards?
There’s no such thing as too much Supergirl.
Picture it: Sara Lance. Colorado. 1874.
Catch up with bisexual badass Sara Lance in the ’80s, and the badass women of Arrow in the right nows.