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The CW at Comic-Con 2018: Full Trailer Recap - Watch Now!

The CW at Comic-Con 2018: Full Trailer Recap - Watch Now!

The CW had a lot of new footage from it’s shows premiere over the weekend at 2018 Comic-Con!

Returning shows The Flash, Supergirl, Black Lightning, Arrow, and more shared sneak peeks at what’s to come in the new seasons this fall.

New shows like Roswell, New Mexico and Legacies gave us a glimpse at what to expect when they debut on the network.

Though the cast of Charmed attended a panel, they did not release any new footage, but instead showed the first episode to those in attendance. Supernatural also did not share any new clips, instead releasing a highlight reel of season 13.

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Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks, & Chyler Leigh Bring 'Supergirl' to Comic-Con!

Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks, & Chyler Leigh Bring 'Supergirl' to Comic-Con!

Mehcad Brooks, Chyler Leigh, and Melissa Benoist speak on stage at 2018 Comic-Con!

The Supergirl co-stars addressed the crowd at the Supergirl Special Video Presentation and Q&A at the event held at San Diego Convention Center on Saturday (July 21) in San Diego, Calif.

They were joined by their other co-stars Katie McGrath, David Harewood, and Jesse Rath.

At the event, it was announced that Supergirl will be adding three new cast members – April Parker Jones as series regular Colonel Haley, David Ajala in the recurring role of Manchester Black, and transgender activist and actress Nicole Maines, marking the first transgender superhero on TV. She made a surprise appearance during the panel!

Nicole will play Nia Nal, aka Dreamer, “the newest addition to the CatCo reporting team. A soulful young transgender woman with a fierce drive to protect others, Nia’s journey this season means fulfilling her destiny as the superhero Dreamer (much like Kara came into her own as Supergirl),” Deadline reports.

Season four of Supergirl will premiere on October 14 on The CW!

FYI: Melissa is wearing Zimmermann.

25+ pictures inside of Melissa Benoist and more at the event… More Here! »

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CW Reveals Complete Fall 2018 Premiere Schedule - Find Out When 'The Flash', 'Charmed' & More Premiere!

CW Reveals Complete Fall 2018 Premiere Schedule - Find Out When 'The Flash', 'Charmed' & More Premiere!

The CW‘s full premiere schedule is here!

This fall, we’ll be greeted by six nights of new programming from fan faves The Flash, Arrow, Supernatural, and Riverdale, plus new series Charmed, All-American, and Legacies.

The network will start rolling out premieres the week of October 9th and will continue through the month.

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Jeremy Jordan Writes Heartfelt Goodbye After 'Supergirl' Casting Change

Jeremy Jordan Writes Heartfelt Goodbye After 'Supergirl' Casting Change

Winn’s fate on SuperGirl was sealed on Monday night’s season three finale.

The loveable character, played by Jeremy Jordan, is off to the future, taking the place of Brainiac-5, who will be staying in the present with Kara and team.

“This is not goodbye,” Jeremy promised in a new Instagram post. “Although you may not see him putting around the DEO every week, I love everyone in National City too much to stay away forever. Winn WILL return in season 4.”

He also opened up about why he’s going from a series regular on the DC show to recurring: “It’s been the adventure of a lifetime, and breathing life into that brilliant, quirky, puppy dog nugget named Winn has been a true joy. But lately, my gut has been telling me that I’m once again ready to begin a new chapter in my life… and if I’ve learned anything, it’s that you gotta listen to your gut.”

“So, I want to thank everyone behind the scenes at Supergirl for understanding it was time for me to return home…to spend time with my wife and friends, and focus on crafting the next stage of my career.”

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Chris Wood Will Not Be Returning as Mon-El in 'Supergirl' Season 4

Chris Wood Will Not Be Returning as Mon-El in 'Supergirl' Season 4

Were you as shocked as we were about Mon-El’s exit from Supergirl during last night’s season finale?

Chris Wood will not be returning for the upcoming season, either, and the showrunners are opening up about just why it was time to say goodbye to him on the series.

“The plan for Chris was always to have him on the show for two years,” executive producer Robert Rovner explained. “We’ve loved telling Mon-El’s story, as well as the story we’ve told for him and Kara. We hope the fans felt that it was a satisfying conclusion.”

EP Jessica Queller added that for now, Kara and Mon-El’s love story has come to an end as well.

“They both have destinies in different times as heroes,” she says. “What they did was the sort-of Casablanca decision of putting what’s most important to them — which is saving the world — first.”

She continued, “It’s a little bittersweet that one destiny is to be a hero in this time and one’s destiny is to run the Legion in another time, but I think they grew a lot from knowing one another. They have respect for one another, and they have a respect for the decisions they respectively made.”

However, it might not be goodbye for forever.

“We love working with Chris, so we’d love to have Mon-El back someday if the story takes us there and if Chris is available,” they added.

Crossing fingers!

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