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Teri Hatcher To Play Recurring Role On Supergirl Season 2

Golden Globe-winning Desperate Housewives star Teri Hatcher will appear in a recurring role on the second season of The CW‘s Supergirl.

Hatcher, as longtime TV viewers will tell you, is far from a stranger to the universe of Superman and his Kryptonian ilk. On the contrary, the actress shot to stardom in no small part due to her starring role on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, a series that offered a slightly revisionist take on the Man of Steel and proved to be one of the most popular television show of the 1990’s.

Funnily enough, Hatcher is not the first Lois & Clark alum to appear on the show. Her co-star from that program, Dean Cain, previously appeared as the adoptive father of Kara. In addition, one of her fellow Housewives, Brenda Strong, played the role of Lillian Luthor on the series.

The Planes actress is not set to enter the picture until the second half of the current season, but a synopsis has already been offered for the next episode, as Superherohype provides:

“Armek (guest star Terrell Tilford), a White Martian, descends on National City intent on taking M’gann (guest star Sharon Leal) back to Mars to face her punishment as a traitor. Hank (David Harewood) and Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) determine the best way to keep M’gann safe is to bring her to the DEO. 

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