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SUPERGIRL: Season 2: New Images Released From Fall Premiere [The CW]

Melissa Benoist Supergirl Season Season Premiere

New Images From Second Season of Supergirl Gets Revealed

Two new images from the second season premiere of Supergirl makes it’s way online, showcasing more of Melissa Benoist as the Girl of Steel. EP Andrew Kreisberg touches on why the show will still be great after moving the show from Los Angeles to Vancouver.

Entertainment Weekly (CBR) and TVLine unveiled two new images where we see Kara in action as she stops a moving car and makes a serious stare into our screens. EW also got to speak with EP Andrew Kreisberg about not just moving from CBS to The CW, but also changing locations from Los Angeles to Vancouver for production. Talking about the move, Kreisberg said that it, “would’ve started to feel very small if we continued in L.A. That was one of the reasons we made the decision to move, so that we could get scope and go out in the streets.”

“So yes, it might be a little rainy once in a while, and we might see her breath,” Kreisberg added, “but it’s going to be worth it because the show is actually going to feel bigger.” We will soon find out if that seems to be the case when Supergirl season two premieres on October 10th.

Check out the images from the premiere and let us know what you think.

Melissa Benoist Supergirl Season Season Premiere

Melissa Benoist Supergirl Season Season Premiere

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