Supergirl Gets a Season 2 and Moves to the CW

It’s official, Supergirl has been renewed for a second season. But… CBS is ending its production of the superhero drama leaving its continuation to the more experienced-in-the-hero-department network, The CW.

Despite being the network’s highest rated new drama, CBS opted out of the costly production. The show will now move from Los Angeles to Vancouver where the rest of the CW’s hero stable is filmed. If numbers were to remain the same, Supergirl would immediately become the CW’s highest rated show.

Still controlled by Warner Bros. – who co-owns the CW along with CBS – the show’s budget will probably be brought in line with its sister shows Arrow, Flash and  Legends of Tomorrow. Let’s just hope that despite the wallet getting lighter that the stories can still get better.

What do you mean I have to share a trailer with this guy?

What do you mean I have to share a trailer with this guy?

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