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Includes New Featurettes, 2016 Comic-Con Panel, and More!
Now Available On Blu-ray™ & DVD
Just in time for the third season on The CW, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment brings you all-new Super-Villains and more family drama with the release of Supergirl: The Complete Second Season on Blu-rayTM and DVD. Delivering 4.2 million Total Viewers weekly, Supergirl is the #2 series on The CW, just after The Flash for Live+7.⃰ Fans can purchase the set which, in addition to all 22 super-powered episodes, contains an exclusive commentary with Andrew Kreisberg and Kevin Smith, the show’s 2016 Comic-Con panel, featurettes, and more! Supergirl: The Complete Second Season is priced to own at $49.99 SRP for the DVD and $54.97 SRP for the Blu-ray which includes a Digital Copy. Supergirl: The Complete Second Season is also available to own on Digital HD via purchase from digital retailers.
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 (David Harewood) 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 Cadmus. Along the way, she will team up with her Kryptonian cousin Kal El – aka Superman (Tyler Hoechlin) – to battle new DC Super-Villains both terrestrial and extraterrestrial, 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.
“After two strong seasons, Supergirl continues to develop a strong fan following,” said Rosemary Markson, WBHE Senior Vice President, Television Marketing. “We’re excited to release the Blu-ray and DVD with in-depth bonus content in addition to the 22 action packed episodes. Fans and newcomers alike can catch up on all their favorite moments from season two, and prepare for the highly anticipated third season of this hit series.”
With Blu-ray’s unsurpassed picture and sound, the Blu-ray release of Supergirl: The Complete Second Season will include 1080p Full HD Video with DTS-HD Master Audio for English 5.1. The 4-disc Blu-ray will feature a high-definition Blu-ray and a Digital Copy of all 22 episodes from season two.
Supergirl stars Melissa Benoist (Glee), Mehcad Brooks (About Last Night), Chyler Leigh (Grey’s Anatomy), Jeremy Jordan (Smash) and Floriana Lima (Lethal Weapon), with Chris Wood (Containment) and David Harewood (Homeland). Based on the characters from DC Comics by special arrangement with the Jerry Siegel family, Supergirl is produced by Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg, Ali Adler, Sarah Schechter and Robert Rovner.
Even after moving to a new network, losing a series regular, and relocating to a new filming location, nothing slowed down “Supergirl” in its second season. The much improved and surprisingly thoughtful sophomore outing for the superhero series delivered a fantastic season that took creative risks, introduced new dynamics and characters that were instantly well received and further explored the characters viewers already fell in love with.
While the first season of “Supergirl” was very much a optimistic and traditional comic book series, season 2 reflected the times a lot more. This season tackled issues of immigration, acceptance of the “other,” prejudice against certain races, and miraculously, made it all work for the story. With more alien characters introduced, including an alien bar for everyone to hang out, the show opened the doors to tackle complex issues of acceptance and even more admirably, presented both sides of the argument.
This also impacted our heroes in a clever way. Kara met Mon-El, who she instantly wrote off due to him being from Daxam, a planet who rivaled Krypton. Over the season, not only did she learn to love him for who he was, but Mon-El changed his ways because of the influence Kara had on him.
And of course, there was Alex’s coming out of the closet and falling for Maggie Sawyer, which was a true highlight of the season. Not only did this work for the season’s themes of embracing who you are, but it gave Alex a powerful and emotional arc this season that paid dividend after dividend.
The season had a few issues- James got sidelined for most of the season and the Jeremiah Danvers storyline went under utilized- but they ultimately were forgivable in light of how enjoyable each episode was. “Supergirl” got topical and more creative in season 2 and it paid off in spades, reinventing while also adding more the mythology.
The Blu-Ray & DVD Set Contains the Following Bonus Features:
Alien Fight Night
This feature goes into “Survivors” and the themes of the episode, such as the real world parallels of refugees doing what they need to in order to survive, how the writers built the character of Roulette from the comics, and the irony of a fight club episode ending with Supergirl using her words to win the day.
2016 Comic Con Panel
The cast takes the stage of SDCC to spill secrets of season 2, talking about the new additions of Maggie Sawyer, Lynda Carter as the president and Ian Gomez as Snapper Carr, complete with a “Lou Grant” reference! The cast also crack a ton of jokes, including Mehcad Brooks’s hilarious reaction to getting the role of Jimmy Olsen. There’s also a sweet moment of everyone praising their costars.
Aliens Among Us
A deep look at the aliens of season 2. Characters like Lyra and M’Gann are highlighted and the writers discuss how they added to the themes of the season. They also discuss historical significance of aliens in pop culture and how the aliens of the show were created in both makeup and visual effects.
Did You Know?
7 short vignettes have the cast and crew spill secrets from season 2, including how Kara eats ice cream, how the writers brought back Superman for the season finale and a fun moment between Chyler Leigh and David Harewood.
A Conversation with Andrew Kreisberg and Kevin Smith
A short piece discussing Kevin Smith’s contributions to “The Flash” and “Supergirl” and the difference between the two shows and how Smith’s style was impacted by his episodes of “The Flash.”
22 ONE-HOUR EPISODES