It looks like Calista Flockhart's character on "Supergirl,” is returning for season 3 with a new job. Cat Grant, who is also dubbed as the Queen of Media, is seen in the White House in a newly-released teaser from The CW.

The network released a new promotional video, titled "Super Season,” which features all of The CW’s superhero shows. It has Cat Grant standing behind a White House podium in a brief scene at the 0:33 mark. But there is nothing else from the teaser that expounds on what the character is doing in the White House press room.

The clip, however, suggests that she could be working for President Olivia Marsdin (Lynda Carter) as the new communications director.

The president and Cat Grant go way back as friends in college, as revealed in "Supergirl" season 2, and they also have a shared experience of being threatened by alien invaders.

Is Calista Flockhart returning for good?

Calista Flockhart's return on "Supergirl" was confirmed in July, as TV Line reported. The network announced that she will be in the premiere episode of the third season. Her character, however, won't be series regular.

The actress, who was in every episode of the first season, decided to reduce her appearances on "Supergirl" when the show transferred filming in Vancouver from Los Angles during production last year. She couldn't commit to a regular schedule on the set because of her family back home.

Calista Flockhart is married to Harrison Ford and they have an adopted son,16-year-old Liam. The couple has been together since they first dated in 2002.

Who else is moving up on ‘Supergirl’?

Meanwhile, also getting new responsibilities on “Supergirl” season 3 is Jeremy Jordan's character, Winn Schott. The tech genius will reportedly assume a leadership role at the Department of Extra-Normal Operations (DEO), as Screen Rant reported.

"He didn’t really have any idea of what he was really capable of until he was allowed to go work at the DEO, and now he’s just living his best life," Jeremy Jordan said of his character's progression after simply being regarded as a tech guy in Cat Grant’s media empire in the first season.

Supergirl” season 3 will also be a shift for Supergirl/Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) after losing Mon-El (Chris Wood).

She realizes her persona on Earth is making her vulnerable and she knows she can do more as someone with super ability.

it remains to be seen if the character will no longer disguise herself under an alias. “Supergirl” marks its season 3 premiere on Monday, Oct. 9, at 8:00 p.m. EST on The CW.