Supergirl (2015 - )


Supergirl

85%

Avg Tomatometer

51%

Avg Audience Score

Series Info

At 24, Kara Zor-El decides the time has come to embrace her superhuman abilities and fulfill her destiny as a hero in this drama based on the DC Comics character Supergirl.

Most Recent Episode

Aired Sun, Nov 10, 2019

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Seasons

79%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2019, CW, 6 episodes

87%
Critics Consensus: Though it's a little tonally inconsistent, Supergirl's fourth season still soars thanks to strong, relevant writing brought to life by its charming cast.

2018, CW, 22 episodes

78%
Critics Consensus: Heavier themes lead to higher stakes, but Supergirl gives its eponymous heroine and her fellow supers plenty of room for growth, creating a well-balanced, engaging third season.

2017, CW, 23 episodes

92%
Critics Consensus: The arrival of the more famous cousin in Supergirl does nothing to detract from the show's lead, who continues to deliver strength, action, and relatability.

2016, CW, 22 episodes

92%
Critics Consensus: Melissa Benoist shines as Superman's plucky little cousin in Supergirl, a family-friendly comic-book adaptation that ditches cynicism for heart.

2015, CW, 20 episodes

Cast

Melissa Benoist
as Supergirl
Calista Flockhart
as Cat Grant
Mehcad Brooks
as James Olsen
Jeremy Jordan
as Winslow Schott
Chyler Leigh
as Alex Danvers
David Harewood
as Hank Henshaw
Laura Benanti
as Alura Zor-El
Floriana Lima
as Maggie Sawyer
Katie McGrath
as Lena Luthor
Peter Facinelli
as Maxwell Lord
Jenna Dewan
as Lucy Lane
Glenn Morshower
as General Sam Lane
Briana Venskus
as Agent Vasquez
Italia Ricci
as Siobhan Smythe
Tawny Cypress
as Senator Miranda Crane
Julie Gonzalo
as Andrea Rojas (aka Acrata)
Staz Nair
as William Dey
Helen Slater
as Dr. Eliza Danvers
Dean Cain
as Dr. Jeremiah Danvers
Jay Jackson
as Male Newscaster
Brit Morgan
as Leslie Willis/Livewire
Tyler Hoechlin
as Clark Kent/Superman
Ian Gomez
as Snapper Carr
Sharon Leal
as M'gann M'orzz
Grant Gustin
as The Flash/Barry Allen
Jordan Mazarati
as Young Alex
Amy Jackson
as Saturn Girl
Jon Cryer
as Lex Luthor
Rich Ceraulo
as Agent Hartmann
Jesse Rath
as Brainiac-5
Lynda Carter
as Olivia Marsdin
Hope Lauren
as Comatose Woman
Luke MacFarlane
as Agent Donovan
Sam Witwer
as Ben Lockwood
David Ajala
as Manchester Black
Brenda Strong
as Lillian Luthor
Dan Warner
as Fire Captain
Adrian Pasdar
as Morgan Edge
Nick Jaine
as Another Staffer
Levi Miller
as Carter Grant
Betty Buckley
as Patricia Arias
Stephen Amell
as Green Arrow
Michael Albala
as Scientist
Michael Mealor
as Fratty Dude
Eric Steinberg
as Commander Gor
Kevin Covais
as High School Kid
Sarah Robson
as DEO Doctor
Kitana Turnbull
as Costumed Girl
Stephanie Czajkowski
as Security Guard
Tom Waite
as Pilot
Derek Mio
as Hayashi
Casey Strand
as Reporter
Bryan Lugo
as Looter
Chris Browning
as Ben Krull/Reactron
Darren Criss
as The Music Meister
Peter Gadiot
as Mr. Mxyzptlk
Dawn Greenidge
as Pedestrian Woman
Andrea Brooks
as Eve Tessmacher
Izabela Vidovic
as Young Kara
Frank Maharajh
as Police Officer
Rhona Mitra
as Mercy Graves
Hugo Raymundo
as Guard #1
Rahul Kohli
as Jack Spheer
Chad Lowe
as Thomas Coville
April D. Parker
as Colonel Haley
Henry Czerny
as Winslow Schott Sr./Toyman
Joan Juliet Buck
as Katherine Grant
David Lim
as Agent Tsung
Carlos Bernard
as Maggie's Father
Pilar Holland
as Female Newscaster
Xander Berkeley
as Peter Lockwood
David Lim
as Agent Tsung
Carlos Valdes
as Cisco Ramon
David Salsa
as Guard #2
Nischelle Turner
as Morning Talk Show Host
Wentworth Miller
as Citizen Cold
Ayo Sorrells
as Agent Reynolds
Jeannine Cota
as KNOC Newscaster
Nerlyn Jean
as Waitress
Isaac Keys
as Guard #3
Patrick O'Connell
as General Mathers
Iddo Goldberg
as Dr. T.O. Morrow/Red Tornado
Jeff Branson
as Mater Jailer/Draper
Eddie McClintock
as Col James Harper
Todd Sherry
as Professor Luzano
Kelly Chavers
as Girlfriend
Aaron Lustig
as Lawyer #1
Bruno Amato
as Security Guard
Faran Tahir
as The Commander
Ashton Bingham
as Senior Tech
Kent Shocknek
as Newscaster
Emily Bett Rickards
as Felicity Smoak
Frank Pacheco
as Guard #2
Joshua Triplett
as Passenger
Ruben Vernier
as Boyfriend
Daniel Josev
as DEO Agent #2
René Ashton
as Lawyer #2
Ric Sarabia
as Aien Soldier
Blake Berris
as Gabriel Phillips
Zuhair Haddad
as Store Owner
Jamie Kaler
as Pundit #1
Scott Alan Smith
as Chester Dunholtz
J Grace
as Brooke
Vincent Giovanni
as Police Officer
Samantha Harris
as Pundit #2
Caity Lotz
as White Canary
Stephanie Czajkowski
as Security Guard
Sebastian Velmont
as Silo Guard #1
Cole Michaels
as Little Boy
Dar Dixon
as Board Member
Emma Caulfied
as Agent Cameron Chase
Maisie Klompus
as Cat's Assistant
Zarek King
as Young Boy
Cheryl Turner
as Grandmother
Ray Campbell
as Jim Warren
Jessica Garcia
as Teenage Girl
KylieRae Condon
as Mean Girl
Angela Martinez
as Field News Reporter
Jennifer Sommerfeld
as Police Officer
Zayne Emory
as Rick Malverne
Jayson Li
as Astronomer
Mackenzie Brooke Smith
as Female Student #1
Jaidan Jiron
as Female Student #2
Iris Truong
as Young Girl
Jaeson Lee
as DEO Agent #1
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