Kal-El, Aka Superman, might have been the last son of Krypton, but that doesn’t mean he was the only Kryptonian. There’s his cousin Kara Zor-El aka Kara Danvers, and fans have been very much invested in her story, too, in The Cw’s Supergirl. The sixth season of the show ended with Kara revealing her real identity to the world so that she doesn’t have to lead two lives. But fans are concerned will they see more of Kara’s adventures in Supergirl Season 7.
Initially premiering on CBS before moving to The Cw, Supergirl is an American superhero action series created by Ali Adler, Greg Berlanti, and Andrew Kreisberg. The series based on DC comics follows Kara Danvers, aka Supergirl, who embraces her godlike powers to protect her hometown of National City.
Will There Be Supergirl Season 7?
The sixth season of The CW’s Supergirl was on-air on the network from march 30, 2021, to November 9, 2021. We wish we had some good news for the fans in terms of Supergirl Season 7. But unfortunately, we don’t. In September 2020, even before the sixth season’s premiere, the network announced that it would be the last installment in the series. The decision to end the show was taken after consultation with Melissa Benoist. So, as far as the official word goes, Supergirl Season 7 stands canceled.
Supergirl Season 7 Without Melissa Benoist?
After Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman series, Supergirl became the first big female-led DC TV show since the 1970s. The Girl of Steel revealed her actual identity to the world in the Supergirl series finale, letting her be free of her dual identity. Following the conclusion of the sixth season of Supergirl, speculations surfaced that showrunners Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner planned to continue the series without Melissa Benoist. They make a pitch for a seventh season of the show.
On the other hand, the Cw network was not keen on the project since it lacked the main actress. Rath’s major statement regarding a Supergirl Season 7 without star Melissa Benoist is indeed unexpected. It would have been a first for the Arrowverse to continue without the primary character if it had happened. The CW’s decision to reject the concept of a Supergirl Season 7 without Benoist was probably a good one. Season 7 of Supergirl may have occurred, but it would have been a nightmare without actress Melissa Benoist. Kara has traditionally been a key player in bringing down whichever evil was tormenting National City. Thus, the prospect of her being removed from her own program does not make sense.
Will lex Luthor Return To Arrowverse?
After the end of Supergirl Season 6, it appears unlikely that Lex would return to Superman & Lois. Lex’s strategy failed miserably. He wound himself in the Phantom Zone, which is the one location he had previously enjoyed sending Supergirl. Lex had no one to help her, whereas Kara had Super Friends. Lillian, the only other person who may have cared enough to help him, is no longer alive.
Given how difficult it is to leave the Phantom Zone. Lex is imprisoned there for the near future, as it’s been transformed following Crisis on Infinite Earth. Of course, in the Arrowverse, nothing is ever certain. It’s always conceivable that Lex may leave the Phantom Zone or that the events of Superman & Lois Season 2 will lead to his release. At least for now, it seems that Lex Luthor’s story in the arrowverse is over.
Why Do Fans Love Cat Grant?
Even though she was just a regular for the first season, Cat Grant made an impression. She is one of the most fascinating and entertaining characters to emerge on Supergirl. She encouraged Kara to be her best self, showcasing all of the traits people love about Miranda Priestly from The Devil Wears Prada without the negative aspects.
Cat Grant was the show’s embodiment of what a woman may achieve if she puts in the effort. Even though she featured less as the program progressed, she was always Kara’s role model, guiding her in the right direction. It was only fitting that she was the one to assist Kara in accepting both aspects of herself eventually. Fans may wish she was as rigorous as she was; they had someone like her in their own lives.