Supergirl star Chyler Leigh teases emotional series finale
After six seasons, Super girl is coming to an end on The CW and now that the Arrowverse series is in full swing after a long hiatus, fans and cast are both bracing for the end of the long series. According to Chyler Leigh, who plays Alex Danvers / Sentinel, the show’s final episodes are touching, and she suggests fans have handkerchiefs – among other supplies – on hand when they say goodbye.
“We have all kinds of crazy things happening to us,” Leigh said. TV line. “Jon Cryer is with us [as Lex Luthor] and we had so many wonderful people who became our big bad. There’s a lot to wrap up in the few remaining episodes, so brace yourselves. Have tissues, popcorn, tequila – whatever works for you. Just be prepared. “
While Leigh specifically mentions Cryer’s return in the final episodes of Super girl, series star Melissa Benoist has already confirmed the return of several other familiar faces, including Mehcad Brooks as James Olsen, Jeremy Jordan as Winn Schott and Chris Wood as Mon-El.
“It wouldn’t have been good if they hadn’t come back,” Benoist said previously. Weekly entertainment. “I loved seeing my friends. I loved seeing Mehcad Brooks. I loved seeing Jeremy. I loved having Chris back, obviously. I don’t think it would have been a good goodbye if people who returned hadn’t returned so I’m very grateful they did. It’s always difficult to get so many people back to one place, especially during the pandemic, so I’m really glad that happened in this way. “
Leigh also noted that she appreciates how things turned out in terms of the final days of filming. Super girl, noting the gratitude and appreciation even with all the tears.
“We were a hot mess,” Leigh said. “Everyone is crying. Everyone is grateful and so grateful … Every day you say goodbye to someone.”
Of course, Leigh’s Arrowverse journey isn’t quite over with the end of Super girl. It was recently announced that Alex Danvers / Sentinel is one of the heroes that will be part of “Armageddon”, the five-part event for the eighth season of The Flash.
“What I’ll say is I’m very, very, very grateful to be a part of it. I was asked if I was interested, and if I wanted to, you know, participate and I was like: “Uh, damn yeah,” Leigh said The Envelope. “I knew I wasn’t quite done with Alex or Sentinel. I just had that feeling, you know?
Super girlThe sixth and final season of airs Tuesdays at 9 / 8c on The CW.