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'Supergirl' Season 3: Big Devastation Comes to National City; Kara Throws Herself to Saving It

by Tania Gutierrez   Sep 27, 2017 07:44 AM EDT

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The CW has been dropping hints that all seem to point to a lot of devastation that will be coming to National City in “Supergirl” Season 3. It’s a good thing that now with Mon-El gone, Kara will be throwing herself into being Supergirl and will certainly be up for the challenge.

Fans were given their first look of “Supergirl” Season 3 characters with the release of official images for the upcoming season. When the show returns, Lara and her friends will be facing a new status quo. Earlier, fans were also treated with the roster of characters that showcased the villains of the season.

Among them is Reign who comic fans know is a member of the Kryptonian-bred Worldkillers. In “Supergirl” Season 3, Odette Annable will be playing her alter-ego Sam, who will be consumed by Reign until she gives in. Reign will be a powerful and worthy opponent of Supergirl in the coming season reports TV Line

The CW also released a new poster for “Supergirl” Season 3 as well as another set of images from the season premiere titled “Girl of Steel.” Sam and her daughter Ruby are seen in one photo. There are also photo shots of Kara, Alex and the new Alura according to Screen Rant

“Supergirl” Season 3 spoilers indicate that the said episode will kick off with a celebration for Supergirl hosted by Lena Luthor. Things will go south as Kara, Alex and the rest scramble to help people in the party. Sam will be with Ruby and they will be caught in the chaos. Something might happen to Ruby and this might be the moment that would spur Sam to turn into Reign.

Alura will have a new actress to play her in “Supergirl” Season 3. The character can be seen in some kind of a dream state in the official photos. Her being that way allows Kara to interact with her directly. The show returns on October 9, Monday, on The CW.

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