The sadly final series of Stargirl is moving onward, although with little progress to the central mystery of who killed the Gambler. The new JSA has spent a lot of this season bickering and fighting each other, but now we finally get to see some actual teamwork.
There have been some spoilers about who is coming, and some that I, at least, didn’t know were part of it. The title “Hear No Evil” should have been a clue that Hartley Rathaway, the Pied Piper, was making his return.
The Flash begins season nine, which will be the end of the series and, sadly, the Arrowverse. There’s a sci-fi trope, a new villain, and several complications emerging into the lives of Team Flash.
There’s not much outright villainy afoot, which is just as well, since the team seems to be doing a great job of questionable choices and in-fighting amongst themselves.
This team is notably lacking a Batman type. They try and get somewhere with the case, with developments from last episode, and in a few different relationships in “Frenemies: Chapter Four: The Evidence.”
Sadly, some of the questions I’ve been having along the way aren’t even remotely acknowledged, let alone answered. As a both series and season finale, there will be spoilers.
It’s been a weird season for Naomi. There are a lot of unanswered questions that show no signs of getting straightened out, and things keep getting odder. Now Naomi is being hunted by strange visitors from another planet and her allies are trying to figure out what to do next.
After six seasons, lots of monsters, game nights and Balcony Conversations™, Supergirl’s run comes to end. The show is reported to have ended over falling ratings, major delays and complications from the Coronavirus (I guess even Supergirl isn’t immune, get your shots!). This final season has been about Nxyly, Lex, and the race to control…
Supergirl has run for six seasons, making friends, allies, and enemies, taking part in crossovers, and and trying to find their niche in the Arrowverse. There have been a lot of changes and shifts, new faces, and losses.
The final season of Supergirl has been uneven, and that might be kind. There have been some truly abysmal episodes, and a few decent, but not great ones. We’re back to the “decent” side of things, which is at least better than horrible.