BEVERLY HILLS, CA - AUGUST 11: (L-R) Executive producers Todd Helbing, Aaron Helbing, Andrew Kreisberg, Ali Adler, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Marc Guggenheim, Wendy Mericle and Phil Klemmer speak onstage at the 'What's Next for 'Supergirl,' 'The Flash,' 'Arrow' and 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow': The Executive Producers' panel discussion during The CW portion of the 2016 Television Critics Association Summer Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 11, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.
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A brand new promotional trailer for the upcoming "Supergirl" season two was released and it showed Kara and Kal-El forced to work together as something catastrophic happens to the city. Furthermore, recent reports revealed that the upcoming season will not only feature Superman, but along with other new characters as well.
"Supergirl" season two will premiere next month and the series has already hinted on a lot of developments - particularly what the storyline will be by the upcoming season's premiere episode.
As reported by TV Series Finale, the promo video showed that there will be chaos in National City and the lead character, Super Girl a.k.a. Kara (played by Melissa Benoist), will face a doom wherein she would be forced to work with Kal-El a.k.a. Superman (played by Tyler Hoechlin).
The said "Supergirl" season two marks the first appearance of Superman in the series which the fans had been anticipating since the first season.
Apart from Superman, Ian Gomez will also join the cast as new character Snapper Carr. The said character is an all-knowing journalist who will be appointed by Cat (played by Calista Flockhart). Floriana Lima will also be part of the second season as Maggie Sawyer, along with Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman, Chris Wood as Mon-El, Katie McGrath as Lena Luthor, and Dichen Lachman as Roulette, who will serve as the brand new villain of the series.
A New Villain Comes To Town
As reported by Cinema Blend, Roulette has been a known character in the DC Comics universe. Her role in "Supergirl" season two will be a villain that has no superpowers but is a formidable foe for those who defy her ways. In fact, the character was able to manipulate the Justice Society of America and forced allies and friends to go against each other for survival.
The character was featured in "Justice Society" way back 2001, briefly participated in "Smallville" season nine, was included in "Justice League Unlimited," and will make her debut in the franchise come "Supergirl" season two.
"Supergirl" season two will release on the CW this coming October 10.