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Supergirl (2015 - 2021)

Supergirl (2015 - 2021)

AVERAGE TOMATOMETER

88%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

54%

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

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.

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Seasons

86%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2021, CW, 19 episodes

92%
Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2019, CW, 19 episodes

88%
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
Mehcad Brooks
as James Olsen
Jeremy Jordan
as Winslow Schott
Chyler Leigh
as Alex Danvers
David Harewood
as Hank Henshaw
Chris Wood
as Mon-El
Laura Benanti
as Alura Zor-El
Floriana Lima
as Maggie Sawyer
Malina Weissman
as Young Kara
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
Azie Tesfai
as Kelly Olsen
Odette Annable
as Samantha Arias/Reign
Sam Witwer
as Ben Lockwood/Agent Liberty
Jon Cryer
as Lex Luthor
Helen Slater
as Dr. Eliza Danvers
Emma Tremblay
as Ruby Arias
Brenda Strong
as Lillian Luthor
Carl Lumbly
as M'yrnn J'onzz
Sharon Leal
as M'gann M'orzz
Dean Cain
as Dr. Jeremiah Danvers
Peta Sergeant
as Nxylgsptinz
Jay Jackson
as Male Newscaster
Ian Gomez
as Snapper
Brit Morgan
as Leslie Willis/Livewire
Erica Durance
as Alura Zor-El
Anjali Jay
as Selena
Grant Gustin
as The Flash/Barry Allen
Lynda Carter
as President Marsdin
David Ajala
as Manchester Black
Tristin Mays
as Paulina
Carly Nykanen
as Employee #1
Bruce Boxleitner
as President Baker
Jordan Mazarati
as Young Alex
Amy Jackson
as Saturn Girl
Cara Buono
as Gemma Cooper
Rich Ceraulo
as Agent Hartmann
Donna Benedicto
as DEO Agent
Jaymee Mak
as Mackenzie
Betty Buckley
as Patricia Arias
Phil LaMarr
as Malefic J'onzz
Tamzin Merchant
as Lyra Strayd
Arran Henn
as Newscaster
Hope Lauren
as Bizarro
Rhona Mitra
as Mercy Graves
Luke MacFarlane
as Agent Donovan
Graham Verchere
as George Lockwood
Stephen Amell
as Green Arrow
Olivia Nikkanen
as Young Alex
Izabela Vidovic
as Young Kara
Dan Warner
as Fire Captain
Adrian Pasdar
as Morgan Edge
Nick Jaine
as Employee #2
Levi Miller
as Carter Grant
Jessica Meraz
as Menagerie
Peter Gadiot
as Mr. Mxyzptlk
Anthony Konechny
as Raymond Jensen
LaMonica Garrett
as The Monitor
Rahul Kohli
as Jack Spheer
Françoise Robertson
as Regina Williams
Kevin Sorbo
as Lar Gand
Sean Hewlett
as Franklin
Pilar Holland
as Female Newscaster
Sarah Smyth
as Lydia Lockwood
Michael Mealor
as Fratty Dude
Eric Steinberg
as Commander Gor
Carlos Valdes
as Cisco Ramon
Casey Strand
as Reporter
Mitch Pileggi
as Rama Khan
Kevin Covais
as High School Kid
Jason Behr
as Zor-El
Sarah Robson
as DEO Doctor
Henry Czerny
as Winslow Schott Sr./Toyman
Kitana Turnbull
as Costumed Girl
Tom Waite
as Pilot
Stephanie Czajkowski
as Security Guard
Derek Mio
as Hayashi
Raphael Kepinski
as Kaznian General
Bryan Lugo
as Looter
Darren Criss
as The Music Meister
Chris Browning
as Ben Krull/Reactron
Nicholas Dohy
as Anti-Alien Protester
Dawn Greenidge
as Pedestrian Woman
Meaghan Rath
as Querl Dox/Brainiac-5
Nick Sagar
as Russell Rogers/Rip Roar
Frank Maharajh
as Police Officer
April D. Parker
as Colonel Haley
Chad Lowe
as Thomas Coville
Caity Lotz
as White Canary
Roxy Wood
as Nia's Roommate
Tom Cavanagh
as Dr. Harry Wells / Dark Flash / Eobard Thawne/Dr. Harry Wells
Angela Zhou
as Dr. Grace Parker/Pestilence
Winsome Brown
as Dark Kryptonian
Rady Panov
as Class Clown
Carlos Bernard
as Maggie's Father
Xander Berkeley
as Peter Lockwood
David Lim
as Agent Tsung
David Lim
as Agent Tsung
Joan Juliet Buck
as Katherine Grant
Zayne Emory
as Rick Malverne
Aisha Tyler
as Herself
Nischelle Turner
as Morning Talk Show Host
Ayo Sorrells
as Agent Reynolds
Wentworth Miller
as Citizen Cold
David Salsa
as Guard #2
Patrick O'Connell
as General Mathers
Isaac Keys
as Guard #3
Nerlyn Jean
as Waitress
Jeannine Cota
as KNOC Newscaster
Iddo Goldberg
as Dr. T.O. Morrow/Red Tornado
Julie Chen
as Herself
Jeff Branson
as Mater Jailer/Draper
David Chisum
as Ron Collins
Kent Shocknek
as Newscaster
Rey Hernandez
as Commander
Faran Tahir
as The Commander
Todd Sherry
as Professor Luzano
Aaron Lustig
as Lawyer #1
Eddie McClintock
as Col James Harper
Sara Gilbert
as Herself
Joshua Triplett
as Passenger
Ashton Bingham
as Senior Tech
Kelly Chavers
as Girlfriend
Frank Pacheco
as Guard #2
Emily Bett Rickards
as Felicity Smoak
Bruno Amato
as Security Guard
René Ashton
as Lawyer #2
Zuhair Haddad
as Store Owner
Eve Torres
as Maxima
Ric Sarabia
as Aien Soldier
Ruben Vernier
as Boyfriend
Blake Berris
as Gabriel Phillips
Daniel Josev
as DEO Agent #2
Jamie Kaler
as Pundit #1
Gary Starkell
as Gary Forehead
Tiya Sircar
as Fiona Byrne
Sean Astin
as Pete Andrews
Jaeson Lee
as Police Officer #2
Glenn Ennis
as Eye-Patched Alien
Adam Ballantyne
as Second Looter
Jill Morrison
as Bitsie Teschmacher
Jhaleil Swaby
as Orlando Davis
Crystal Balint
as Secretary Brown
Paul Lazenby
as Mandrax
Esmé Bianco
as Thara Ak-Var
Fred Henderson
as Mayor of Sims
Vincent Giovanni
as Police Officer
Samantha Harris
as Pundit #2
Scott Alan Smith
as Chester Dunholtz
Stephanie Czajkowski
as Security Guard
Cole Michaels
as Little Boy
Sebastian Velmont
as Silo Guard #1
J Grace
as Brooke
Christine Bortolin
as Alien Woman
Ruby Rose
as Kate Kane/Batwoman
Winnie Hung
as Mrs. Li
Emma Caulfied
as Agent Cameron Chase
Dar Dixon
as Board Member
Maisie Klompus
as Cat's Assistant
Zarek King
as Young Boy
Ray Campbell
as Jim Warren
Cheryl Turner
as Grandmother
Carrie Fleming
as Shopkeeper
Rich Ceraulo Ko
as Agent Hartmann
Luisa D'Oliveira
as Breathtaker
Brandon Routh
as Ray Palmer/The Atom
Punnavith Koy
as Street Pedestrian
Danielle Panabaker
as Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost
Nik Vasilyev
as Bartender
KylieRae Condon
as Mean Girl
Jessica Garcia
as Teenage Girl
Jennifer Sommerfeld
as Police Officer
Angela Martinez
as Field News Reporter
Jesse Moss
as Richard Bates
Bob Frazer
as Angry Father
Lynda Boyd
as Eve Teschmacher's Mother
Rey Valentin
as Ricardo
Tawny West
as Reporter
Dustin Brooks
as Stunt Prisoner #1
Angelo Renai
as Lillian's Attorney
Kyle Strauts
as Valeronian
Kirby Morrow
as Officer Petrocelli
Ryan Hesp
as DEO Agent
Anne Hollister
as Tilly/Bonnie
Jeremy Jordan
as Winn Schott
Mackenzie Brooke Smith
as Female Student #1
David St. Louis
as Robert DuBois/Bloodsport
Jayson Li
as Astronomer
Tamiko Brownlee
as Alien Affairs Agent #21
Nickolas Baric
as Acolyte #2
Amanda Gray
as DEO Agent #2
Jaidan Jiron
as Female Student #2
Jimmy Sharma
as Armed Security Guard
Patricia Isaac
as Agent Igle
Derek Schnobb
as Dive Bar Patron
Iris Truong
as Young Girl
Malcolm Masters
as Dr. Niles Jarrod
Norman Misura
as Crane Operator
Russell Wong
as General Tan
James Urbaniak
as Maaldorian Doctor
Byron Brisco
as Guard #2
Chelsea Gill
as Bank Teller
Christina Lewall
as Trauma Doctor
Rich Ting
as Dr. Gilcrist/Metallo 2
Carolyn Anderson
as Gym Teacher
Kari Matchett
as Councilwoman Jean Rankin
Marc Senior
as Staffer #1
Ken Godmere
as Male Customer
Mark Gibbon
as General Zod
David Ramsey
as John Diggle
Steven Bauer
as Bernardo Rojas
Gregg Henry
as Peter Thompson
Mik Byskov
as Samuel Bernard
Michelle Krusiec
as Natalie Hawkings
Lukas Gage
as Kevin Huggins
Brooke Smith
as Jacqueline Nimball
Bethany Brown
as Instructor
Paul Almeida
as Cracked Mask Child of Liberty
Ian Butcher
as Lionel Luthor
Gaalen Engen
as Officiant
Mehdi Darvish
as DEO Agent #2
Kwesi Ameyaw
as Cassian
Curtis Clarke
as Bar Alien
Amanda Burke
as Dark Kryptonian #2
Ryleigh Gillespie
as Cheerleader
Derick Agyemang
as Security Guard #1
Abby Ross
as Alien Student
Amos Stern
as Guard #3
David Hoflin
as Rick Malverne
Jason Diablo
as Gang Leader
Jason Cermak
as Caldwell
Hamza Fouad
as Agent Lawrence
Lucy Loken
as Young Lena Luthor
Herbert Duncanson
as Male Passenger
Tim Russ
as Jul-Us
Karin Konoval
as Senator Granberry
Paralee Cook
as Waterfront Citizen #1
Pierson Fode
as Angus/Gregory Bauer
Dawn Chubai
as Newscaster
Meghan Gardiner
as Soccer Mom
Vincent Gale
as le docteur Vose
Ese Atawo
as Counter Protestor
Cynthia Stevenson
as Mrs. Queller
Robyn Daye Edwards
as Middle-Aged Woman
Jeremy Davies
as Dr. John Deegan
Colleen Wheeler
as Florence Abbott
Ella Thomas
as Tormock
Duncan Fraser
as Messenger
Tricia Collins
as Reporter #2
Jennifer Koenig
as Dark Kryptonian #1
Sarah Douglas
as Jindah Kol Rozz
Sunny Chen
as Passerby
Cardi Wong
as Kesse Kay
Rhys Fleming
as Daughter
Khaira Ledeyo
as Vice Principal
William Belleau
as Angry Inmate
Joe Bucaro III
as Convertible Driver
Alex Zahara
as Little Kryptonian Man
David Patrick Green
as Angry Protestor
Zack Currie
as Chuck Grossman
Claudia Doumit
as Beth Breen
Erika Walter
as Cloaked Woman
Zenia Marshall
as Student One
Alison Araya
as District Attorney Diaz
Camille Marty
as Young Lena Luthor
Steve Valentine
as Mad Scientist
Bradley White
as Arthur Willis
Kelly Ann Woods
as Chief of Staff
Andre Anthony
as Edge's Assistant
Iris Quinn
as Dean Warren
Anna Van Hooft
as Jennifer Bates
Thom Harris Williams
as Suburu Driver
Nikohl Boosheri
as Kelly Sotto
Damian Mavis
as Prison Guard
Cassandra Jean
as Nora Fries
Micah Steinke
as Man on the Street
Sonny Litt
as Agent Wolf
Brenda Crichlow
as Lynn Vang
Jan Bos
as Governor Tom Harper
Nikolai Witschl
as Jo Gunraf
Jessie Graff
as Lisa Gold
Mike McLeod
as COL Protestor
Adam Tsekhman
as Bartender
James Kot
as DEO Agent Two
Audrey Marie Anderson
as Lyla Michaels/Harbinger
Simon Webb
as Philippe
Angela Meryl
as Bus Driver
Corbin Bleu
as Trevor Crane
Jeremy Long
as Protester
Jason Burkart
as Customer #3
Mark Dozlaw
as Assistant
Ariah Lee
as Alien Girl
Jason Gray-Stanford
as Rand O'Reilly
Tedra Rogers
as Bobbi Miller
Fraser Aitcheson
as Lead Guard
Shayn Walker
as Police Officer
Lynn Colliar
as Newscaster
Lucy McNulty
as Prosecutor
Victor Garber
as Dr. Martin Stein
Burt Ward
as Dick Grayson
Majeed Nami
as An Engineer
Tom MacNeill
as Forensic Analyst
Serge Jaswal
as Navigator
Doron Bell
as Detective Rivers
Joe Costa
as Customer #1
Laura Kranz
as Scared Pedestrian
Roman Podhora
as Jury Foreman
Sandy Sidhu
as Deputy Clemens
Shaquan Lewis
as Alien Protester
Janet Glassford
as Customer #2
William Mapother
as Dr. Rudy Jones/Parasite
Iris Paluly
as Reporter
Afsheen Olyaie
as Earthquake Survivor
Marlon Kazadi
as Young James
Dean Redman
as Shuster
Desiree Zurowski
as US Attorney Webb
Ivan Wanis-Ruiz
as DEO Agent
Peter Mackenzie
as Dirk Armstrong
Nilo Ghajar
as Inmate #2
Dominic Purcell
as Mick Rory
Vanessa Przada
as Erika Morrison
Bryan Friday
as Lord Guard
Marci T. House
as Dr. Hampton
Franz Drameh
as Jefferson Jackson/Firestorm
Alison Thornton
as Young Girl
Jeanine Harrington
as Alyssa Krull
Lissa Neptuno
as Mr. Average Joe
Chad Bellamy
as Bystander #3
Kelvin Lum
as DEO Agent #1
Tarun Keram
as Henry/Man in Tank
Donald Sales
as Platoon Captain
Lia Lam
as DEO Agent
Chester E. Tripp III
as Cadmus Driver
Kate Micucci
as Tour Guide
Theresa Wong
as ER Doctor
Louis Aguirre
as News Anchor #2
Alex Stines
as First Looter
Julia Harnett
as Saleswoman
Lisa Chandler
as Bystander #2
Chad Riley
as Prison Guard
Jesse Stretch
as Bold Inmate
David Hutchison
as DEO Agent #1
Mathew Yanagiya
as Nerdy Computer Programmer
Keiynan Lonsdale
as Wally West/Kid Flash
Shaughnessy Redden
as Kryptonian Emissary
Gayla Johnson
as Board Member #2
Steph Song
as VR Supergirl
Daniel Joseph
as DEO Agent #2
Kinna McInroe
as Waitress
Tiffany Phillips
as TV Reporter
Jason Mewes
as Mississippi Farmer
Leyna Nguyen
as Herself
Demord Dann
as Prison Guard
Guy Christie
as Passerby
Danielle Nicolet
as Cecile Horton
Berlin Lu
as Valet
Owen Walstrom
as Choking Man
Patrick Sabongui
as Captain David Singh
Montserrat Hernandez
as Obsidian Engineer
Dave Ferguson
as Bearded Prisoner
Julian Yuen
as Terrified Teen
Gerardo Barcala
as Casino Goer
Marc Gaudet
as NPC-Mac
Brian Dudley
as Chester Dunholtz
Eric Gustafsson
as Receptionist
Sheila Collins
as Plane passenger
Kelten Jensen
as Guard One
Babak Haleky
as Janitor
Natasha Burnett
as Supreme #1
Marc-Anthony Massiah
as Dr. Andrew Stern
Isabella Hofmann
as Clarissa Stein
Sasha Rojen
as Martian Child #1
William Katt
as Minister
Anthony Ames
as Angry Boss
Griffin Newman
as Trivia Night Host
Robyn Bradley
as Wedding Planner
Wil Wheaton
as Doomsday Protestor
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Series Details

TV Network: CW
Premiere Date: Oct 26, 2015
Genre: Action & Adventure
Executive Producers: Sarah Schechter, Greg Berlanti, Ali Adler, Andrew Kreisberg, Robert Rovner, Jessica Queller, Marc Guggenheim
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