Supergirl Season 4
Supergirl season 4 started airing on Sunday, October 14, 2018. Series returns with new episodes on Jan 20, 2019. Subscribe below for season Four fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — May 19, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S4E22 The Quest for Peace
The season consists of 22 episodes. The second half premiered on Sunday, January 20, 2019.
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While it hasn't always been directly apparent to fans, the whole season has been leading up to a showdown with Red Daughter. While the first half of the season centered largely the threat posed by Agent Liberty and his rhetoric of hate, it was eventually revealed that Les Luthor has been pulling the strings behind the scenes, using multiple pawns to undermine Supergirl. With Superman off-planet and Lex out of jail, it's up to Kara not only to navigate the mess he has made of her life, but to do so while putting a stop to whatever other plans he has going for National City and the world. Now, that everything is coming together, for good or for ill, putting a stop to those plans means dealing with her own "clone" as well as the fact that Lex has powers of his own that will surely make everything even more complicated.
Supergirl's Latest Death Sparks Big Consequences | CBR - CBR - via Cbr
The consequence of these policies didn't end well for Lydia nor the Lockwood men. When Lockwood returned home from the CatCo raid, he saw the woman whose husband he had arrested in his living room. She ran off when he spotted her, so he gave chase -- straight into the living room, where he discovered his wife's dead body. At the sight of her, he screamed and the scene cut away.
'Supergirl': "Crime and Punishment" Synopsis Released - Comicbook.com - via Comicbook
Lenny was a comic relief character -- something that had become increasingly important as the Superman movie franchise aged. After Superman II, the third movie featured Richard Pryor and a lot of broad comedy...then Cryer, best known at that point for playing Duckie in Pretty In Pink, carried on the tradition. After Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, the franchise wrapped up. No Superman movie made it to theaters until 2006's Superman Returns, which was positioned as a direct sequel to Superman II, making the unusual decision to both revisit a decades-old franchise and retroactively remove two of that franchise's movies from continuity.
'Supergirl': Will Lex Luthor Reveal Kara's Secret Identity to Lena? - Comicbook.com - via Comicbook
"I think what's so fun about exploring a Luthor and a 'Super' relationship is the slow burn of it," Benoist said. "I love that we're telling in the way that Lex Luthor and Clark Kent were friends before they were enemies. I love that we're telling that story, too. I would expect that it will be a really slow burn: that realization, reveal."
'Supergirl': Lex Wears His War Suit, Reveals Master Plan in "House of L" - Comicbook.com - via Comicbook
What do you think of the reveal that Lex has been the mastermind behind pretty much everything Supergirl has dealt with this season? Did you think the Lexosuit was cool in action? Let us know in the comments below.
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