"Supergirl" surely has some awesome new additions to itself that will make the hardcore fans want more-especially with what seems to be a reunion of its stars. That being said, fans can look forward to what the team has in store.
As some may know, the DC rendition of "Supergirl" has received a mix of multiple reviews in the past, but have mostly been given good feedback. With the DC rendition introducing many characters to the television goers, the promise of a musical episode in the coming days stirs things up quite a bit.
According to Entertainment Weekly, "Supergirl" will bring about the musical episode crossover which stars The Flash, played by Grant Gustin and the titular Supergirl, Melissa Benoist.
The main antagonist, Music Meister, is portrayed by their co-star singer Darren Criss, which somewhat insinuated the reunion of these artists. As some rumors talked about a March 13 airing date, it has now been confirmed that it will show on March 20, with the trio showcasing more than just a superhero-esque episode.
Criss even imposed that the last time he worked with Gustin was on "Glee" wherein he was on the receiving end of a slushie splash to the face, playing the good guy. Ironically, he will now be the "Supergirl" villain and holds Gustin's character in a precarious situation, entering his own reality. It brings back the musicality of the three people, with Gustin and Benoist dancing as Criss uses his musical singing powers.
As per Screen Rant, big names enter the "Supergirl" field as well, such as Teri Hatcher and Kevin Sorbo. New photos of their characters have leaked, with Sorbo's character said to be Lar Gand. This is the alternate name for Mon-El in the DC universe, while Hatcher's character Rhea proves to be much more controversial-as she is quite undetermined for the time being.
What do you think of the "Supergirl" crossover musical? Stay posted for more news and updates.