’Supergirl’ 2.01 ”The Adventures Of Supergirl” Review: Kara & Superman Teams-Up

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The wait is finally over as Krypton’s last daughter, Kara Zor-El, has returned for her new season on a new network with The CW and the season premiere hit it off with a bang in more ways than one. The premiere picks up right where we left off as Kara and J’onn discovers the alien pod that arrived in National City and who was inside of it. As the events of the premiere progresses, we finally get to the moment that many have waited for as Superman swings by National City when Kara needs a helping hand.

However Superman isn’t the only new face in town, as Lex Luthor’s little sister, Lena, has entered National City and given her last name, the Kryptonian cousins of course decides to keep an eye on her. While Kara has to figure out what to do with their new visitor in the pod, Lena’s presence, the Girl of Steel also have plenty on her plate as Kara Danvers. Cat is continuing to push her to make a decision on what she wants to do next.

This was an incredibly packed premiere and ton of things went down which we want to discuss so hit the NEXT button below and let’s go through the top 5 highlights and important moments of the Supergirl Season 2 premiere, “The Adventures Of Supergirl”!

#5: Enter Lena Luthor

#4: Kara’s New Job

#3: Jimmy & Kara’s Relationship

#2: Tyler Hoechlin’s Clark Kent/Superman

#1: Everything With Supergirl & Superman

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Andy Behbakht

Andy Behbakht

Andy Behbakht is an online entertainment journalist who has been covering television and movies since 2010. In addition, he is also a podcast producer.

  • Vegas82

    I love that they teased Metallo already. Can’t wait to see him tear some stuff up this season.

  • Monty

    Tyler Hoechlin needs one more episode to become my favorite Superman on any screen. Seriously. If you guys don’t watch this you are out of your minds. I really hope after these few episodes they bring him back for the CW crossover. He killed it. And he is totally comfortable in the role. He doesn’t flinch. He completely takes it on. Well done, sir.

  • Foreign Geek

    I loved the episode…It’s a shame that they had to introduce Metallo this way. It is obvious that Superman has been around for a while and Metallo is one of his oldest villains so now they are gonna be using him as a Supergirl villain.

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