Nia uses her prophetic dreams to help Kara and the rest of Team Super find Agent Liberty.
As much as I love Black Lightning, and in particular as much as I love their willingness to ground the supernatural within the – admittedly sometimes ugly – realities of black life in America, I worry that the show has begun to dabble in exploiting the violence against black bodies as a means of spectacle.
After giving Ava a birthday surprise, Sara goes to the roaring 20s while Ava engages in some forced bonding with Nora and Mona.
Lena is locked in her lab doing Science while Supergirl faces the Children of Liberty yet again.
Sara, Zari and Charlie go to Tokyo to stop a monster from destroying the city while Ava gets her first dose of Thanksgiving chaos.
Happy Thanksgiving from Team Super! Alex, Kara, Lena, and Nia gather around and debate politics, as is the Thanksgiving tradition.
Sara and Ava go back to summer camp together to try to save missing kids and give Ava some childhood memories of her very own.
Alex works with Col. Haley to stop Jensen, while Kara works with Nia interviewing an alien healer.
John Hughes meets Wes Craven in Riverdale’s fun but surprisingly emotional ’80s tribute.
Sara and the crew go back to Punk Rock London to find out who’s causing some royal trouble while Ava gets Nate settled in his desk job.
Kara is still trapped in a suit, so Alex tries to fight the baddies without her while Lena works to save Supergirl.
Jefferson finally realizes Anissa needs some freedom, Jennifer’s ex-boyfriend is getting creepier, and Black Lightning’s gotta figure out how to do better with its women villains.
Sara and the Legends go to Salem during the Witch Trials to fend off an evil Fairy Godmother while Ava works with Nate to save the Time Bureau.
This was mostly a filler episode but Alex works with Lena to save Kara, so that’s pretty cool.
There are at least three shows happening at once right now.
In an episode laden with all-too-relevant metaphors, Alex, Kara, Lena, and Nia all deal with the recent anti-alien sentiments causing unrest in National City in different ways.
Archie stars in a middling, trope-filled prison movie, but at least the season’s murder mystery is heating up. Also, I’m still worried about Betty!
Ah, yes. Cheryl Blossom is back. Riverdale is back. Let the beautiful chaos begin.
This Week: Anissa Pierce goes full on “Set It Off”/Robin Hood, stealing from Freeland’s drug dealers to give back to those in most need. Next Week: She’s kissing a girl! WE’RE BACK!!
It’s the end of the world and our girls have to work together to take down a serpent of a man.