'Supergirl' moving from CBS to CW

littlelady

God bless the USA
Dip, you know I love you, but why do you care about this? Just wondering. I haven't watched a network/series/sitcom, etc. show in years. What is happening in real life has captured my attention.
 
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warneckutz

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Dip, you know I love you, but why do you care about this? Just wondering. I haven't watched a network/series/sitcom, etc. show in years. What is happening in real life has captured my attention.
Gin and Gin and Gin and Juice doesn't mix with sitcoms for you?
 

DipStick

Keep Calm and Don't Care!
Dip, you know I love you, but why do you care about this? Just wondering. I haven't watched a network/series/sitcom, etc. show in years. What is happening in real life has captured my attention.
I like an escape from "real life". And I happen to like this show. One of VERY FEW TV shows I watch.
 

littlelady

God bless the USA
I like an escape from "real life". And I happen to like this show. One of VERY FEW TV shows I watch.
I thought about my post afterwards. We all need an escape of some kind. I probably watch too much news, and I am way too serious for my own good which is evident on this forum. I hope your show continues, and maybe I should take your lead, and chill a little. I, recently, misplaced my sense of humor, but found it tonight! Thank goodness! :lol:
 

SamSpade

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I also like this show - it's not hyper corny like super hero shows usually are, and I was surprised by the fact that I like Calista Flockhart's character, when at first I thought she'd be a completely two-dimensional perennial bitch.

The downside is, migration to a lesser network *probably* means her departure.
 

thurley42

HY;FR
I also like this show - it's not hyper corny like super hero shows usually are, and I was surprised by the fact that I like Calista Flockhart's character, when at first I thought she'd be a completely two-dimensional perennial bitch.

The downside is, migration to a lesser network *probably* means her departure.
I felt like it was a hyper corny weekly feministic hype show....couldn't really get into it, but I'm glad it is there. IMO the more Superhero shows the better.

The CW is growing rapidly, and that's directly from Arrow and Flash....so Supergirl is probably where it should be now....it will be in good hands.
 

Clem72

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I felt like it was a hyper corny weekly feministic hype show....couldn't really get into it, but I'm glad it is there. IMO the more Superhero shows the better.
The girl-power mantra is strong with this show. Not that it puts me off, but it is definitely in your face.
 
I watch because I like he way she rips her shirt open to reveal the SuperGirl outfit. I'm hoping one of these days she'll do that and have forgotten to put on the super suit.
 

warneckutz

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I felt like it was a hyper corny weekly feministic hype show....couldn't really get into it, but I'm glad it is there. IMO the more Superhero shows the better.

The CW is growing rapidly, and that's directly from Arrow and Flash....so Supergirl is probably where it should be now....it will be in good hands.
Agreed. Just picked up season 2 of The Flash... loving it. haven't started Arrow at all.

I watch because I like he way she rips her shirt open to reveal the SuperGirl outfit. I'm hoping one of these days she'll do that and have forgotten to put on the super suit.
Agreed. :lol:
 

DipStick

Keep Calm and Don't Care!
I also like this show - it's not hyper corny like super hero shows usually are, and I was surprised by the fact that I like Calista Flockhart's character, when at first I thought she'd be a completely two-dimensional perennial bitch.

The downside is, migration to a lesser network *probably* means her departure.
They said this past week Calista is staying, maybe not every episode.

I've never watched CW but I've seen episodes of Aarow and The Flash on Netflix and Supergirl is probably on the right network.

I watch because I like he way she rips her shirt open to reveal the SuperGirl outfit. I'm hoping one of these days she'll do that and have forgotten to put on the super suit.
:lol:
 

DipStick

Keep Calm and Don't Care!
The girl-power mantra is strong with this show. Not that it puts me off, but it is definitely in your face.
I don't know. She had to be rescued from certain death by Superman in one episode and, several other times, her fate depended on Jimmy Olsen and Winn Schott. She's had to be saved by Martain Manhunter a couple times as well.

FWIW, that actually pissed off all the "girl power" people.

Being on CBS probably watered down the plot some.
 
The reruns are on now on CW. Did a Google on Melissa Benoist......


...she was a porn star. For real.
 

Clem72

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The reruns are on now on CW. Did a Google on Melissa Benoist......


...she was a porn star. For real.
If by porn star you mean she had her personal photos hacked and released at the same time dozens of other stars like Jennifer Lawrence were. Trashy maybe, porn star not really.
 

DipStick

Keep Calm and Don't Care!
This show should've been on The CW from the start. Season premiere was the best episode yet.
 

warneckutz

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This show should've been on The CW from the start. Season premiere was the best episode yet.
I was on the fence about waiting for the show to go on sale on iTunes... is it worth paying full price for the season? iTunes charges $40
 

DipStick

Keep Calm and Don't Care!
I was on the fence about waiting for the show to go on sale on iTunes... is it worth paying full price for the season? iTunes charges $40
First season is on Netflix. And new episodes go to The CW app the day after they air. And apparently, the full season will go on Netflix pretty quickly after the finale.
 
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