The famous director, Ali Adler, has revealed that the second season of “Supergirl” is just a few weeks away. In recent months, we have seen a lot of comic book characters on television. From Kara Zor’s world to real-life stories, there are dozens of TV shows depicting superheroes. Still, all eyes are on the new season of The CW show, “Supergirl,” which is scheduled for May 22, 2017.

‘Supergirl’ – the television series

“Supergirl” is one of the most popular television shows to date. It is directed by Greg Berlanti, Ali Adler, and Andrew Kreisberg.

It was originally aired on October 26, 2015, on CBS. The story is inspired by a DC Comics book of the same name.

In May 2016, “Supergirl” was officially picked up for the second season after receiving positive comments from television critics and audiences. Warner Bros. announced that the show would be renewed for at least two seasons, which means the third season is expected to broadcast in 2018.

Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks, Malina Weissman, Chyler Leigh, Jeremy Jordan, Calista Flockhart, and David Harwood play the leading characters, while Floriana Lima and Chris Wood are in the supporting roles.

Story of the second season

As we all know that Kara Zor was sent to Earth from a distant planet, Krypton, as a daughter of Alura and Zor-El. She aims to protect an infant, Kal-El, from an explosion.

In the first season, Kara becomes the Supergirl, having all powers to fight against the criminals. She discovers that various criminals are hiding on Earth, including her twin sister, Astra.

In the new season, Kara and Superman will deal with a feud between extraterrestrial species and Earth's native populace. Several new characters will be introduced this season.

Colleen Atwood has created the costume for the show, who also designed the costumes for the main characters of “The Flash,” and “Arrow.” In the United Kingdom, the series will premiere on Sky One, and in Australia, it will debut on FOX8.

Critical reception

On the review aggregation site, Rotten Tomatoes, “Supergirl” has a 93% approval rating based on 76 critics. On Metacritic, its average score is 74 out of 100 based on 34 reviews. Cliff Wheatley from The Verge praised the performance of Melissa as Kara and called it a user-friendly series.

The first season received dozens of awards, including two Critics' Choice Television Awards, one People’s Choice Award, and four Saturn Awards. In the second season, Supergirl will appear in crossover episodes of “Arrow,” “The Flash,” and “Legends of Tomorrow.”