Alex suits up, Lena joins the Superfriends, and everyone works together to stop Lex and Leviathan once and for all.
Alex and Kelly run into road blocks at work, Nia confronts Brainy, and Lena and Kara’s feud comes to a head.
Melissa Benoist makes her directing debut, Alex eats dumplings, and Lena wears one hell of a suit.
Grieving the loss of her father, Alex goes into a VR simulation where she is Supergirl and Kelly had to fight to keep her from getting stuck there forever.
Dreamer and Supergirl team up to fight one of the ugliest villains National City has ever seen: transphobia.
Alex has her first day of non-DEO work, Lena gives Non Nocere a trial run, and Supergirl plays bodyguard.
Kara travels through space and time to try to fix things with Lena, while Alex stands beside her sister like always.
Alex and Kara work to stop the Toyman once and for all while Lena continues working with her brother to figure out Non Nocere.
Alex and Kara are excited to see their old friend Winn and join forces to fight…well, Winn.
Alex and Kara find themselves swimming in Brainys, including a gay lady Brainy, in this new post-Crisis world.
The race to save Lena from herself is on and Alex and Kara have different ideas for how to stop her.
Feelings, feelings everywhere and not a drop to drink.
We learn more about Andrea’s sordid past, and how she fits into Lena’s story. (And thus, Supergirl’s.)
Alex and Kelly celebrate their Dativersery, Nia saves the day, and Lena really needs to get out of her lab for some fresh air.
Alex worries about Kelly as the hunt for J’onn’s brother continues.
Alex is worried about Kelly with this shapeshifter on the loose and Kara does favor upon favor for Lena.
Alex and Kelly’s relationship is put to the test as a shapeshifter tries to shake things up for Team Supergirl.
Kara and Lena set us up for a season of subtext and stress; Kelly & Alex and Nia & Brainy remain adorable.