'Supergirl' Season 2: New Poster Release; Spoilers and Updates on CW's New Hero

CW just added a new hero to its list. Joining "Arrow" and "The Flash" is "Supergirl"! The shiew's season 2 is set to conquer all on October 10.

And as a welcome, CW just released a stunning poster for the newest member of the family. The poster was released using Twitter. Aside from the poster, CW also announced that they will start airing back to back episodes of Supergirl Season 1 every Monday.

As for Supergirl Season 2, here's what we know so far.

New Characters

A number of new and famous characters are joining Supergirl Season 2 and first on the list, which are making a lot of us excited, is "Superman". It is going to be played by actor Tyler Hoechlin and so far, the extent of how his appearance on the show will affect Kara and why it is needed in the first place has not been revealed.

IGN also reported that that "Supergirl" Season 2 will include Miss Martian and Mon-El. Sharon Leal will play the role of Miss Martian which is practically a new character in DC Universe. Miss Martian was first introduced in 2006 Teen Titans Issue #37. She was originally from Mars and was sent to Earth just like "Supergirl".

Chris Wood will take on the character of Mon-El which actually makes "Supergirl" Season 2 quite intriguing since Mon-El possesses powers similar to the Man of Steel. Executive producer Anrew Kreisberg said that they are planning to do their own version of Mon-El. Although, he hinted that there's a possibility that Kara is going to be the one who will mentor Mon-El. And of course, to complete the new cast is Lynda Carter who will play a recurring role as the President of the United States.

Assistant No More

In an interview with Collider, Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg, revealed that Kara Danvers is ready to explore other possibilities as a career woman while working at the Department of Extra-Normal Operation (DEO).

One thing's for sure, there's a lot of exciting changes happening in Supergirl Season 2.

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