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.
The end is almost here for Supergirl and company. The final season nears the finale, and the race for the totems is on. The team wasn’t doing well facing just Nxyly, and now they have a returned Lex Luthor to deal with, which shakes up everyone.
Supergirl is in the final season of the show, which made the choice to do a new intro for the last few episodes puzzling. Then again, a lot of the choices this season have been puzzling.
There’s a big peace conference, random good deeds, and a new subplot that I think is an absolutely horrible idea. With this being the final season, maybe there is, in fact, “Hope For Tomorrow.”
The final season of Supergirl is, in my opinion, dragging. I don’t know if they’re suffering from bad writing, bad editing, or some combination, but a lot of what’s going on isn’t really making sense. I really liked this series when it came out, and some of my favorite characters are on this show, but this just really isn’t working.
The sixth and final season of Supergirl is heading for the series finale as the “Superfriends” clash with the evil Nxy and her alien sidekick, Mitch. The opposing factions are now racing to find special totems to give them what they need to defeat each other.
You’d have thought that returning from the Phantom Zone would have been a high point for Supergirl and her team. Even though her PTSD was remarkably short-lived (just an episode, conveniently), there have been other problems, many of them from Dreamer’s horrendously selfish decision to help the 5th Dimensional Imp Nxylgsptinz get to Earth.
Last episode ended with a trapped and desperate Supergirl calling for help in a most unexpected direction.