SDCC 2019 – Supergirl Interview: EPs Jessica Queller & Robert Rovner On Leviathan, Episode 100 & Crisis On Infinite Earths In Season 5

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Season 5 of The CW drama Supergirl is looking to be its biggest year yet, with a milestone episode with the 100th episode, new foes, new chapters and a massive crossover that takes one of the biggest DC stories to screen. At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, the cast and executive producers of Supergirl were present to preview the new season that will arrive in October. The Flash Podcast took part in the press room this year to discuss with the actors and executive producer on what to expect in Season 5.

Two of the talents that were present were the showrunners themselves as Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner chatted with the press about things to look forward to in the new season. Things that they talked about included:

*What made them go with Leviathan as the big bad as a technological antagonist.

*How Black Mirror was a big inspiration for the new big bad.

*What they can tease about the 100th episode of the series.

*Whether or not Lena and Kara’s friendship can survive this season, will be a central theme in Season 5.

*How both Lena and Eve will fight their inner light and darkness in Season 5.

*What they can tease about Supergirl’s role in Crisis on Infinite Earths and how excited they are two have Supermen in the crossover.

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