The Season Three finale had the one thing Supergirl always did best but has been missing for a while: Hope.
One episode left, friends. I have no doubt Supergirl will save the world, but who will save Supergirl?
Where’d our hero go?
Alex’s life is in danger, Reign is getting stronger, and Kara runs into someone from her past.
“Honestly, my feelings toward Supergirl the show right now are not unlike Lena’s relationship with Supergirl the person.”
Lena Luthor dons a braid and goes on a mission with Kara and Alex and JEEPERS IT’S WONDERFUL.
Alex and Kara rush to find a cure for Pestilence’s… well, pestilence without falling victim to it themselves while Lena tries to separate Reign from Sam.
Lena Luthor is back and science-ing all over the place, Alex and Kara help their Space Dad through a tough time.
Supergirl is back, with everything from karaoke to flying monkeys.
Alex and Kara try to discover if there is still humanity left in the Worldkillers while Lena tries to figure out what’s wrong with Sam.
Lena sets out with Kara to take down Edge once and for all while Alex tries to figure out the cause of Sam’s blackouts.
This female-focused episode of Supergirl kicked ass and took names.
Supergirl is down for the count, so Alex and the DEO have to figure out how to stop Reign without her.
The full force of Reign is unleashed and Supergirl goes face to face with her. Also Lena is back!
I loved the whole thing, from beginning to end, and I think Alex and Sara were exactly what the other needed right now.
Alex and Kara travel to Earth-1 to team up with Sara Lance and the rest of the CW DC heroes to punch some Nazis.
Kara has an unexpected visitor, Sam discovers more about her past, Alex is criminally underused, and Lena is MIA.
Kara is being worshipped by a cult, Sam is invited to Girls’ Night, Alex has a breakdown; it’s a lot, honestly.
It’s time for Alex and Maggie’s bridal shower, and Maggie decides to try to reconnect with her homophobic father.