Sep 09, 2016 09:53 AM EDT
'Supergirl' Season 2 News & Spoilers: Jeremy Jordan's character will experience a big change; Why is Winn leaving CatCo? [VIDEO]
It seem that "Winn" in the CW's "Supergirl" will experience a major change. So is Winn really leaving CatCo Worldwide Media?
With the transfer of then CBS show "Supergirl" to The CW, fans have become more excited with the fact that they can now witness crossover episodes with Superman's cousin, Kara Danvers in it.
As with all Tv shows entering their new seasons, fans will witness quite a few differences with how the characters interact with each other, and especially now that their world has gotten a whole lot bigger. The introduction of "The Flash" in the special crossover/crossnetwork episode of Supergirl made Kara and her team aware that she and her cousin and not the only superpowered hero in existence.
But there will be some changes that go beyond the shows main protagonist. Winslow "Winn" Schott, Jr. who is portrayed by musical actor, Jeremy Jordan is said to encounter a big revamp in his career.
According to CinemaBlend, Supergirl executive producer, Andrew Kreisberg, in an interview with TVLine reveal that Winn will be fired for CatCo, but will be absorbed within the ranks of the D.E.O.. However, Kreisberg did not reveal how Winn will leave Cat Grant's company, or what he will be fired for.
There is however the fact that he is a tech genius, and it would be a no-brainer that the D.E.O. would want him as an employee, as he has already assisted them in a big way in some of the major events in season one.
In a report by IBTimes, executive producer Sarah Schechter also confirms that Winn will become a part of the D.E.O., so fans can expect more fun interactions between Hank aka the "Martian Manhunter," portrayed by David Harewood. Could this relationship be reminiscent of the interactions between Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) and Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) have had in The Flash?
Season 2 of "Supergirl" comes to The CW on October 10.
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