The official synopsis for Supergirl has been revealed, and the show is getting a mini-season, starting this fall.
The show will premiere on CBS All-Access in 2019 and will feature new episodes every other Sunday.
Supergirl will feature Kara Danvers, a teenager in New York City who works at a super-hero outfit called the League of Super-Heroes, a secret society that includes super-powered people like Superman, Supergirl, and Miss Martian.
Kara is a talented artist and has a knack for creating incredible art and costumes, but her father has always insisted she stay home with the kids and stay in school.
Kara’s mother, Clark Kent, is a super hero who has a crush on Kara, but the two of them never talk about it.
Kara and her mother are estranged from their son and his friends.
When Supergirl was first announced, some speculated that the series would be the continuation of the DC Universe and take place after the events of Man of Steel, which is set before the events from Man of Action.
The series will instead follow Kara’s life after she was adopted by her adoptive parents.
We know that Kara’s father is a powerful billionaire, but Kara’s relationship with him is still a mystery.
Kara herself will have her own unique backstory and will explore her past with her father in a way that hasn’t been done before.
While we’re still waiting on the series to be confirmed, we can expect a big season to follow in 2020 and 2021.
The trailer for Superman: The Animated Series shows off a variety of new characters that we can look forward to in the series.
These characters include a female scientist named Kara Zor-El, a former Kryptonian soldier named Cyborg, a new hero called Superboy, and a new villain, General Zod.
In the trailer, Zor is shown fighting a robot with a big robot hand.
“Superman” has a lot of things going for it, including a strong ensemble cast and an amazing soundtrack, but its only going to be one big, super fun adventure for the fans.
There’s also some big reveals about the characters that you won’t be able to get to until the end of 2019, but that should be exciting for fans of the show.
Stay tuned for more news as it becomes available.
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