Craig and Andrew discuss the final season of Supergirl. They talk inclusivity, ending on its own terms and missing Melissa Benoist’s smile.
“The Last Gauntlet” and “Kara”
Supergirl ends its six year run with heart, humour, spectacle, reflection and a look to the future for the found family.
“Truth or Consequences”
Supergirl prepares for its finale by encouraging the characters to be true to themselves and raising the stakes significantly.
“I Believe In A Thing Called Love”
Supergirl deals with love in all its variety as the team and Nyxly scramble to add the Love Totem to their collection.
“Nightmare in National City”
Supergirl has Nia confront a long standing familial conflict as Kara is forced to deal with the realities of juggling her time consuming responsibilities.
“Hope For Tomorrow”
Supergirl continues the totem plot with a hunt for the Hope Totem as Alex and Kelly deal with the challenges of parenting a powered child.
Supergirl continues the totem hunt with Nyxly and the team racing against time to gain possession of the Totem of Humanity.
Supergirl deals with the concept of courage as a magical artefact tests the characters in different ways.
Supergirl focuses on Kelly as she makes an important decision that will allow her to help those who don’t have a hero looking out for them.
“Mxy In the Middle”
Supergirl deals with Fifth Dimensional trouble when Nyxly makes her move as Lena looks into her birth mother to deal with her unresolved issues.