2020-10-07 08:46:29 UTC
Last month, we learned the sad news that Supergirl will be coming to a
close with its sixth season in 2021. That makes it the second
Arrowverse series to conclude following Arrow ending after its eighth
season earlier this year. As fans know, Stephen Amells Emerald Archer
sacrificed himself for the entire multiverse in Crisis on Infinite
Earths. But will the Girl of Steel go out the same way? Or will her
show wrap up on a more hopeful note?
That remains to be seen, but a new report from scooper Mikey Sutton of
Geekosity may have revealed what The CW has got planned. According to
the tipster, the showrunners have no intention of killing off Kara
Zor-El. Though ratings were too low to keep the series afloat, everyone
is keen for Melissa Benoist to return as the heroine every now and then
in the yearly Arrowverse crossovers. So, dont expect season 6 to be
the last time we see Supergirl.
Instead of killing her off, Suttons sources have told him that the
final season will see Kara elect to leave 21st century National City
and travel to the far future where shell join the Legion of Super-
Heroes and, more specifically, reunite with former beau Mon-El (as
played by Benoists real-life husband Chris Wood).
Mon-El has to be the most popular of Karas love interests, with the
couples natural chemistry obviously creating sparks on screen, so this
would be a neat way of wrapping up the series. The heroine gets a happy
ending and the door is open for her to zip back to the past anytime she
wants. Its already been a popular fan theory prior to Suttons report,
For now, though, weve still got the 20-part sixth season to go when
Supergirl returns to The CW in early 2021. Filming has already begun,
with production initially working around Benoist whos just given
birth to her first child before she returns at a later date.
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