“Supergirl” and “The Flash” had a musical crossover last March, and since then, they became our all-time favorite heroes. Both The CW shows will have a new season this October.

Entertainment Weekly reports details from their Spoilers Room, and the outlet talked about SuperCorp, or most known as the shipped between Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) and LCorp’s Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath). On the other hand, the report also tackled about the “Girl’s Night Out” episode in the upcoming “The Flash” Season 4.

‘Supergirl’: Supercorp in Season 3

There is some bad and good news for “Supergirl” Season 3.

First, Lena and Kara’s friendship will reportedly deepen. Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg shared that viewers will witness more Kara-Lena adventures in early Season 3. However, the veteran EP pointed out McGrath portrays Lena Luthor so well – “So moral, and believes in second chances.” And yet people still can’t cross out the fact that she came from a villainous family.

Kreisberg then described that it does not take much to turn people into a villain. While being a bad guy does not happen overnight, it only takes one small thing that leads to another. Every time people look at Lena, they will wonder if she did the "small thing," which Kreisberg talks about.

‘The Flash’: Iris West and Caitlin Snow get closer

When asked about a scoop from “Girl Night Out” episode, Candice Patton says there is a lot more to see than that. The 29-year-old actress shared that Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) and Iris West (Patton) will be closer in Season 4. Their friendship will develop, and it’s something viewers haven’t seen before.

Patton is aware how viewers wanted to see the female characters interact more and they are indeed set to give that. After all, Panabaker’s role has been through so much and who can give her advice more human as possible than Iris West? The same goes for Patton’s role, who can seek love advice from Caitlin. It is no news how Iris is experiencing tough times in her relationship with Barry Allen (Grant Gustin).

Moreover, it can be recalled that Kreisberg previously teased a real four-way crossover. It will feature “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “Arrow,” and “Legends of Tomorrow.” He also expressed the gratitude to Mark Pedowitz, President of The CW, for renewing all four shows immediately. In light of this, it became easier to prepare the schedules earlier and more surprises including the upcoming four-way crossover.