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SUPERGIRL: Series Moves to The CW After Getting a Season Two [CBS]

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Supergirl Renewed for Second Season As It Moves To The CW. Supergirl is ready to reach new heights next fall as the superhero drama gets renewed for a second season. However, Supergirl will be making its big move from CBS to The CW when the show returns next season.

According to TVLine, Supergirl will be making some changes when it moves to it’s new home on The CW as it moves production from Los Angeles to Vancouver. With the series changing networks, we may probably see some budget cuts as well once it moves to The CW. We obviously know that Melissa Benoist would still be a part of the show, but with the show moving to Vancouver, it’s questionable if Calista Flockhart would also return due to the relocation. With The CW airing Supergirl, it might open the possibility to do more crossovers with The Flash or Arrow since all of these shows shoot at the same location.

Supergirl launched on CBS to 13 million viewers to become the highest-rated launch for a drama this season. Ever since it aired, Supergirl managed to get an average of 7.7 million viewers each night. The season finale did snag at least 6.1 million, which is slightly lower than it’s average airings.. Its most popular episodes was the crossover with The Flash, which got 7.1 million viewers, a seven-week high for the series. Hopefully this move will be able to maintain those numbers as well when it launches on The CW.

Are you guys glad Supergirl is coming back for season two despite its move to The CW?

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