In announcement coming ahead of the Arrowverse series return to production, The CW sets the ‘Supergirl’ Season 6 will be the show’s last.
The CW announced today that, in agreement with the producers, they decided Supergirl season 6 will be ends the show.
On her Instagram profile, the protagonist, Melissa Benoit, posted a statement about the end of ‘Supergirl’.
‘Supergirl’, which originated on CBS, was cancelled after one season.
Redeemed by The CW, where became a part of the ‘Arrowverse’, a shared universe fronted by hit series ‘Arrow’ and ‘The Flash’.
Arrow ended in last season, after 8 seasons, marking the first time an ‘Arrowverse’ show had stepped away.
Several series were forced to end their seasons early, affected by the coronavirus.
Last season, ‘Supergirl’ and ‘Batwoman’ formed a block of programming on Saturday night.
With The CW seemingly believing that its weekend programming would skew toward an audience of women.
The CW says will begin production later this month and will have a 20-episode final season. The 6th season has programely in 2021.
However, this doesn’t mean the CW is saying goodbye to Superman mythology.
‘Superman & Lois’, starring Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch as the titular couple, is joining the network’s lineup this winter.