I think if anyone's going to leave next it'll be Maisie. Charlie was already kind of pointless as it is and it really felt like they just made up a side character just to keep giving Maisie a paycheck. If the budget's being chopped down, characters like that will likely be the ones that get cut.
Her character just doesn't really have anything to add anymore, really. The magical creatures arc is over, and Charlie was already feeling tertiary to that arc by the end of the season once NeRay became the Big Bad. They're probably getting budget crunch orders from the CW as the series moves into its later seasons, so having characters who're in the show just to keep an actor in the cast is the kind of thing that the studio would ask a showrunner to cut back on.
Yea it was a weak crossoverFinished Elseworlds. It was pretty meh, and somewhat of a letdown. Just wasn't all that interesting rewriting reality at the third episode. The first episode was the best one cause it was all new, and Barry and Oliver came to learn and deal with the swap. Nice being introduced to Batwoman and Monitor, and blacksuit Superman was pretty fun. I swear these crossover events are turning into marriage proposals. Oh, was nice to be introduced to Lois as well, she seems pretty good. And it's always fun seeing Oliver, Barry and Kara interact with each other.
It's not just about cutting costs, it's about cutting extraneous costs.
Yeah it’s fun when the shows just really blatantly play those actors into supporting shit they hate
Yeah, but when he's crying himself to sleep every night, doing it on a mattress made from the show's money probably helps.
Question is, will she ever go back to the future? Remember, the idea is for Siren and Dinah to found the Canaries. The spin-off is named Green Arrow and the Canaries.
I don't think she's going back to the future. My guess is that the series is about her sticking around to make sure Star City doesn't become the hellhole it is in 2040.
This seems likely. They're probably going to go back to the future briefly and see that their efforts didn't fix anything and Mia's going to decide to stay in the past to take her father's place and keep Star City from going down the tubes.
And better acting.
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Preview images from Supergirl's episode. Hype!
Yeah, that's the one.
I was mainly referring to Jefferson's line. I could be misinterpreting it - but it's a big one if he's saying what I think he's saying.