"Supergirl" is a show surrounding the comic book character of the same name. I honestly don't know too much about her, other than the fact that she's played by the beautiful Melissa Benoit. Also that she's the cousin of Superman and also escaped Krypton before the planet's life crumbled. She found a life on Earth where she was raised by a family and eventually became Supergirl.
I'm guessing by my brief description and admitting to not knowing too much about "Supergirl," you can already guess that I've never seen the show. Don't get me wrong it has nothing to do with me not caring about a female superhero, it's more about me not caring so much for the DC Universe that the CW has created.
On the other hand, while I may not be a big fan of the universe, I do want to talk about what it could mean if "Supergirl" is cancelled.
The ratings have so far been good for the show. After a pilot that gathered 12.96 million viewers, it seemed that the show would be in for a steady ride. Unfortunately, those viewers have dwindled and now it looks like "Supergirl" is averaging a little over seven million viewers. There may have been a drop, but seven million viewers are easily enough to get the show renewed.
The problem is that the CW just recently renewed eleven shows and they are still undecided about what to do with "Supergirl." That delay means that they're most likely...
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