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'Supergirl' Season 2 Trailer: Why People Love Superman, Brenda Strong Joins 'Supergirl' Season 2

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The new "Supergirl" Season 2 trailer has been released. Many people love Superman in the new trailer.

Just a few days to go before October. This means that "Supergirl" will return, and its Season 2 will be premiered on its new home-The CW Network.

If you have not yet watched the new trailer, you better check the trailer below. Many TV viewers liked Superman after watching the newly released trailer.

The new trailer features a few footages of Superman/Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin). Many fans may probably still worrying that Superman will steal the spotlight from Kara/Supergirl (Melissa Benoist).

The trailer may ease the worry of the fans as aside from teasing Superman's arrival in National City, the trailer shows how excited Cat Grant (Calista Flochart), Winslow "Winn" Schott, Jr. (Jeremy Jorda) and Kara to Clark's arrival.

In the previous report, the executive producer of "Supergirl" Andrew Kreisberg revealed there will tension between Alex (Chyler Leigh) and Clark. During the interview with Entertainment Tonight, EP said that Alex is very concerned with Kara after Superman showed up. It appears that Alex will be jealous as Kara's attention will be focussed on Superman despite he did not appear in Kara's life for many years.

Meanwhile, "Desperate House Wives" star Brenda Strong has a recurring role on "Supergirl" Season 2, Superman Homepage reported. There is rumor suggests that Strong will portray the role The Doctor. The character described as the diabolical female leader of Project Cadmus. The Doctor has surgical skills, which use to implant prisoners with alien technology.

It seems there are lots of reasons why you need to watch the first episode of "Supergirl" Season 2, which will be premiered on Monday, October 10 at 8:00pm on The CW.

That's all for now. To keep you updated for news, spoilers, and recap, keep your tabs on University Herald (UH).

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