Supergirl, Season 2

Supergirl, Season 2


  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2016-10-10
  • Episodes: 21
  • iTunes Price: USD 39.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 39.99


Having left the safety of being Cat Grant’s assistant at Catco Worldwide Media in order to figure out what she really wants to do, Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) continues to work with Hank Henshaw (aka Martian Manhunter) and her adoptive sister Alex (Chyler Leigh) at the DEO as Supergirl – protecting the citizens of National City and searching for her missing father Jeremiah (Dean Cain) and the secret research lab Project Cadmus. Along the way, she will team up with her Kryptonian cousin Kal El – aka Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) – to battle new villains both terrestrial and extraterrestrial, from the DC Universe, as she strives to balance her personal life with friends/allies James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks), Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan) and more with her busy life as a new Super Hero in SUPERGIRL Season Two.


Title Time Price
1 The Adventures of Supergirl 42:17 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 The Last Children of Krypton 42:20 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Welcome to Earth 42:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Survivors 42:22 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Crossfire 42:12 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Changing 42:22 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 The Darkest Places 42:22 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 Medusa 42:19 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 Supergirl Lives 42:23 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
10 We Can Be Heroes 42:21 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
11 The Martian Chronicles 41:56 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
12 Luthors 42:21 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
13 Mr. & Mrs. Mxyzptlk 42:22 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
14 Homecoming 42:21 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
15 Exodus 42:10 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
16 Star-Crossed 42:22 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
17 Distant Sun 41:59 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
18 Ace Reporter 41:43 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
19 Supergirl: 2016 Comic-Con Panel 28:24 Season Only Buy on iTunes
20 Supergirl: Did You Know? 03:38 Free Buy on iTunes
21 Supergirl: Alien Fight Night 10:04 Season Only Buy on iTunes



  • $40 for a season and no SD price break?

    By JustMy2Sense
    Itunes you make my mind up for me when you expect me to pay $40 for a season. Oh, the decision was to pass on this. Way to run off customers.
  • I like it!!

    By 라카님
    10/10!! 👍
  • OMG SO LIT!!

    By pappas King2
  • No.

    By Heatwave101/💓
    I don't like this show! But give Dc legends of tomorrow a try!😜
  • Ridding of homosexuality is essential

    By Mateo Boss Man
    Two girls kissing should not be viewed by children this is a super hero show not a gay pride show
  • amazing

    By Kimmie1976vand
    good show! all the way arround ! love it
  • Karamel

    By Tori11111997
    Love the new character mon el. And love his relationship with Kara. #karamel
  • Far too political

    By intercricket
    Supergirl Season 2 had a promising start, with a delightful two-parter featuring Tyler Hoechlin as Superman (in a far more fun, less angsty portrayal than the current film version). Sadly, things went downhill after that. First, there's Calista Flockhart's abrupt departure. This was inevitable, due to the change in filming locations after Supergirl was picked up by the CW. But the producers would have been better off casting a female character similar in personality to Cat Grant than replacing her with a guy who seems to be constantly doing a (very poor) Lou Grant impression. The fun dynamic between Cat and Kara is gone, replaced by a stereotypical spunky-reporter-vs.-stodgy-boss scenario. Ugh. Then there's the lesbian storyline. Not much I can say about that besides what's already been said in other reviews. It's heavy-handed and tiresome, and it takes time away from the stuff the show is actually supposed to be about (like superheroes and aliens, for example). To make matters worse, the writers seem determined to shove at least one reference to the current political situation into every single episode, usually via a cliche "space aliens=illegal aliens" analogy. This even affects the show's storytelling. For example, Project Cadmus, which in the comics is an intriguing genetic engineering program created by the government, is a rabidly anti-alien terrorist organization on the show. Re-interpreting one of the cooler elements of DC Comics mythology as a blatant caricature of the so-called "alt-right"? Seriously, CW? Unlike other viewers, I don't have a problem with Mon-El. He's an entertaining character, even if his role on the show sometimes seems unclear. But he's the only bright spot in a season that's a major step down from the previous year in quality--and given the serious flaws of season one, that's saying a lot. Even Melissa Benoist's reliably entertaining performance isn't enough to make up for the fact that the writers have turned it into a PSA for liberal values. I'm glad to hear the show has been renewed for a third season, but I respectfully suggest that the producers try toning down the politics next time around.
  • Awesome, but

    By Crazygurf
    I absolutely love this show. It has a great cast, with a lot of action and overall great message. The only complaint would be about the people complaining that the show is no-longer family oriented because it has a lead gay character. There are gay parents and families with gay people everywhere, grow up! Stop preaching Christianity if all you're going to do is hate!
  • Like Being Force Fed Sugar

    By Richard Bone
    When Calista Flockhart left I should have gone with her! The show is now cringe inducing and suffers from sugar coating everything. As soon as season two opened with Supergirl popping open her shirt to reveal the S on her chest, I rolled my eyes to an audible "UGH".. If they were trying to dumb the show down in order to appeal to a art-challenged conservative crowd, then why the lesbian storyline? You can't have it both ways. And now suddenly aliens are everywhere, in pubs, city buses, etc. I must have missed how the DEO went from being a underground defense organization to the Red Berets of Pulp Town. The show tries so hard to be middle of the road that they wound up just being road kill. But I have to credit the actors for trying hard to make the silliness work. It's not their fault!