A thrilling adventure collection, Supergirl delivers a powerful first season. After residing in hiding for many of her life Krypton refugee Kara Zor-El reveals herself to the world and decides to comply with in the footsteps of her cousin (Superman) and becomes a superhero; but it proves to be tougher than she imagined, main her to crew up with a covert government company that combats alien threats. The cast is quite spectacular, significantly Melissa Benoist who does an incredible job at playing Kara/Supergirl; giving a nuanced performance that distinguishes her undercover and superhero identities. Also, Calista Flockhart brings a welcomed bit of comedic satire to the show that works particularly nicely. Wars And there are some good cameos, together with the unique Supergirl Helen Slater and a crossover with The Flash. Nevertheless, the whole lady power factor gets a bit out-of-hand at instances and ends up hurting the character growth and storytelling; especially with reference to Kara’s relationship with her cousin. Surprisingly clever and fun, Season 1 of Supergirl is a promising begin to a brand new and thrilling DC series.