Supergirl may have just wrapped season 3 last week but Kara and the gang are already flying over to Netflix for all of you who have been waiting to catch up or are just ready for a rewatch! Supergirl season 3 also brings “Crisis on Earth-X, Part 1” along with 22 additional episodes. “Crisis on Earth-X, Part 1” marks the first part in The CW’s big Arrowverse crossover event that found the characters from Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow all coming together. The subsequent episodes for Crisis on Earth-X are also available on Netflix with their respective shows.
Season 3 found Kara facing off with the Worldkiller Reign while facing both personal and professional challenges that caused her to question her identity, purpose, and even her humanity. The season also found a returning Mon-El, who Kara thought she’d lost last season, and close Alex Danvers stepping in as the new Director of the Department of Extra-Normal Operations (DEO) by the finale. Supergirl also introduced the Legion of Superheroes in season 3 including new characters Imra/Saturn Girl (Amy Jackson) and Brainiac-5 (Jesse Rath).
Having Supergirl on Netflix also give you the perfect opportunity to get your Winn and Mon-El fixes as Jeremy Jordan has been moved to a recurring guest star for season 4 and Chris Wood will not be returning at all. The season 3 finale sent Winn’s character to the future to stop a virus that would kill all of the A.I. and Mon-El went with him.
Be sure to watch season 3 on Netflix before Supergirl returns October 14th on The CW!
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