Entertainment Supergirl: the series will stop definitively after season 6
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Launched in 2015, the Supergirl series will stop at the end of season 6, as announced by CW and Warner Bros. Television.
Kara Zor-El will put the costume away. In 2015, Comics fans could discover the Supergirl series, broadcast on CBS and then on The CW in the United States. The series followed the adventures of the cousin of the inevitable Superman. While her mission was initially to protect Kal-El when she arrived late, events will cause the Kryptonian to reveal her powers to the world.
'Supergirl' to End With Season 6 on The CW
"Supergirl" will conclude with its upcoming sixth season, The CW announced Tuesday. The broadcast network says that the creative team behind the Melissa Benoist-led superhero series — which will be the first "Arrowverse" series to come to an end since "Arrow" itself did last spring — "has started developing the storylines for the final 20 episodes" and Season 6 will begin production later this month. "Supergirl" premiered in October 2015 on CBS before moving over to The CW (which is jointly owned by ViacomCBS, CBS' parent company, and WarnerMedia) for its second season the following fall.
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It is the actress Melissa Benoist who was chosen to interpret the super-heroine. Over the seasons, the character has been integrated into the Arrowverse, and has appeared in crossovers associating him with Arrow and Flash. On Instagram, Melissa Benoist spoke about the end of the series and the importance of this role in her life. “ To say it has been an honor to play this iconic character would be a huge understatement. Seeing the incredible impact the show has had on young girls around the world has always left me humble and speechless. She also has had that impact on me. She instilled in me the strength that I had in me without knowing it, to find hope in the darkest places, and that we are stronger when we are united. represents pushes us all to be better. She has changed my life for the better, and I will be forever grateful to her ", says the actress.
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The sixth and final Supergirl show will air in the US in 2021.
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Blake Jenner Confirms Ex-Wife Melissa Benoist's Domestic Abuse Allegations in Lengthy Apology .
Former "Glee" star Blake Jenner has released a lengthy statement responding to the allegations of domestic abuse raised by his ex-wife and former co-star Melissa Benoist late last year, taking "full responsibility" for the injuries the "Supergirl" star sustained during their relationships while saying the emotional and physical abuse was "inflicted from both ends." "I take full responsibility and accountability for the hurt that I inflicted during my relationship with my past partner–emotionally, mentally and yes, physically," Jenner wrote in the statement, which was posted to his Instagram account on Thursday, nearly a yea