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A press release issued today shows that episode 1×04 “How Does She Do It?” will air next Monday (Nov. 23rd)

Press Release for Episode 1×07:

KARA AND HER FRIENDS MUST RELY ON THEIR INNER strength AND COURAGE WHEN AN EARTHQUAKE STRIKES NATIONAL CITY, ON “SUPERGIRL,” MONDAY, DEC. 7

“Human For a Day” – Kara and her friends must rely on their inner strength and courage when an earthquake strikes National City. Also, Alex’s mistrust of Hank reaches a breaking point when the earthquake traps them in the DEO with Jemm (Charles Halford), a powerful alien escapee, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Dec. 7 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

REGULAR CAST: Melissa Benoist, Calista Flockhart, Chyler Leigh, Mehcad Brooks, David Harewood, Jeremy Jordan

RECURRING CAST: Laura Benanti, Peter Facinelli, Luke Macfarlane

GUEST CAST: Charles Halford, Ashton Bingham, David Lim, Ayo Sorrells, Stephanie Arcila, Zhuair Haddad, Casey Strand, Bryan Lugo

WRITTEN BY: Yahlin Chang and Ted Sullivan
DIRECTED BY: Larry Teng

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ANGER GETS THE BETTER OF KARA WHEN SHE GOES TOO FAR DURING A TRAINING EXERCISE WITH RED TORNADO, A MILITARY CYBORG COMMISSIONED BY LUCY LANE’S FATHER, ON “SUPERGIRL,” MONDAY, NOV. 30

“Red Faced” – Personal and professional stress get the better of Kara when she goes too far during a training exercise against Red Tornado, a military cyborg commissioned by Lucy Lane’s father, General Sam Lane. Also, Cat’s tough exterior is shaken by a visit from her judgmental mother, Katherine, and Alex enlists Winn to look into her father’s mysterious death, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Nov. 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Guest stars include Iddo Goldberg as Red Tornado and its creator, Dr. Morrow; Joan Juliet Buck as Katherine Grant, Cat’s mother; and Glenn Morshower as General Sam Lane, Lucy’s father.

REGULAR CAST: Melissa Benoist, Calista Flockhart, Chyler Leigh, Mehcad Brooks, David Harewood, Jeremy Jordan

RECURRING CAST: Peter Facinelli, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Briana Venskus

GUEST CAST: Iddo Goldberg, Glenn Morshower, Luke Macfarlane, Joan Juliet Buck

WRITTEN BY: Michael Grassi and Rachel Shukert

DIRECTED BY: Jesse Warn

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KARA’S THANKSGIVING MAY BE RUINED WHEN HER FOSTER MOTHER COMES FOR A TENSE VISIT AND A VOLATILE CATCO EMPLOYEE IS TRANSFORMED INTO THE VILLAINOUS LIVEWIRE, ON “SUPERGIRL,” MONDAY, NOV. 23

“Livewire” – Kara’s Thanksgiving may be ruined when she suspects her foster mother, Dr. Danvers (Helen Slater), who is coming to town, disapproves of her new role as a superhero. Also, when an accident transforms a volatile CatCo employee into the villainous Livewire, she targets Cat and Supergirl, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Nov. 23 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Brit Morgan guest stars as Leslie Willis/Livewire and Helen Slater guest stars as Dr. Eliza Danvers, Kara’s foster mother.

REGULAR CAST: Melissa Benoist, Calista Flockhart, Chyler Leigh, Mehcad Brooks, David Harewood, Jeremy Jordan

RECURRING CAST: Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Malina Weissman, Helen Slater, Dean Cain, Jordan Mazarati, Jay Jackson

GUEST CAST: Brit Morgan, Michael Mealor, Kevin Covais, Tom Waite

WRITTEN BY: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Caitlin Parrish

DIRECTED BY: Kevin Tancharoen

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KARA IS PULLED IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS WHEN SHE BABYSITS CAT’S SON WHILE TRYING TO STOP A SERIES OF BOMBINGS, ON “SUPERGIRL,” MONDAY, NOV. 16

“How Does She Do It?” – Kara’s two identities are stretched thin when Supergirl must protect National City from a series of bombings and Kara is tasked with babysitting Cat’s son, Carter. Also, James is conflicted when his ex-girlfriend Lucy Lane seeks to rekindle their relationship, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Nov. 16 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Levi Miller guest stars as Carter Grant, Cat’s son, and Jenna Dewan-Tatum guest stars as Lucy Lane.

REGULAR CAST: Melissa Benoist, Calista Flockhart, Chyler Leigh, Mehcad Brooks, David Harewood, Jeremy Jordan

RECURRING CAST: Peter Facinelli, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Briana Venskus, Rich Ceraulo

GUEST CAST: Levi Miller, Scott Michael Campbell, Tristin Mays, Carly Nykanen, Jay Jackson, Stephanie Czajkowski, Renee Pezzotta

WRITTEN BY: Yahlin Chang and Ted Sullivan

DIRECTED BY: Thor Freudenthal

By admin • October 26, 2015 • 0 Comments

A former Hamptonite is booking a play date in Metropolis.

Henry Czerny, a three-season life ruiner on ABC’s Revenge, will appear in an upcoming episode of CBS’ Supergirl as Winslow Schott (aka iconic D.C. villain the Toyman), according to ComicBook.com and Supergirl.TV.

If you’re wondering why Czerny’s character shares a name with Jeremy Jordan’s Winn Schott, the answer is simple: He’s Winn’s estranged father! (Hey, I said the answer was simple, not the relationship.)

The Toyman has appeared in a number of different forms on television, both animated and live-action; he first showed up on The New Adventures of Superman in 1966, then went on to appear in episodes of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1994), Superman: The Animated Series (1996), Justice League (2003) and Smallville (2004–2011).

Following his run on Revenge, Czerny guest-starred in the Season 1 finale of USA Network’s Satisfaction.

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Broadway’s Jeremy Jordan (NEWSIES, SMASH, BONNIE & CYLDE) stars as Winslow “Winn” Schott in the new action-adventure drama SUPERGIRL, premiering Monday, Oct. 26 (8:30-9:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. The series co-stars GLEE’s Melissa Benoist and Tony Award winner Laura Benanti.

Today, Jordan speaks exclusively to BWW about the highly anticipated new series, and shares why he’s “itching” to come back to theater as soon as he can.

SUPERGIRL is getting so much buzz and we’re so excited for it to get underway.
Well thank you. I am too!

Were you always a comic book fan or did you have to do some research before filming began?
Well I’m a little bit of a comic book nerd, not the biggest but certainly a fan of the superhero genre for sure. But yeah, I did a little bit of research before the show, but with these kinds of things, it’s all about reinventing the characters. You see a lot of that with comic books – people will start new storylines and give their own take on how these people became who they are.

As most superhero fans already know, your character Winn Schott is known to eventually become a villain in the comic book universe. Is that the plan for him in this series?
Well from what you’ll see in the series, at least what we’ve done so far, my character does share the name of an infamous villain in the DC universe but he is far from that. He’s a nice, good-hearted happy-go-lucky kind of fun, nerd, maybe even a little socially awkward, but he certainly has only the best intentions in the world. We will find out a little more about him as the season goes on, we’ll see that there’s a lot more than what’s on the surface. I’m not sure what the eventual arc will be – they never tell us those things!

And in the pilot episode, there is certainly a hint that he hopes for a romantic relationship with Kara.
Well, I think in the first few episodes, it’s sort of established that these two people don’t really have many friends, so BWW Interview: Jeremy Jordan Talks New Series SUPERGIRL & Morethey kind of consider each other best friends, even though it’s really just a working relationship. He’s clearly head over heels for her and I don’t think that she quite gets that. I don’t really think that she has considered that possibility from him, so it’s certainly one-sided at this point.

The chemistry between you and Melissa is terrific. Did you know each other before filming began?
No, I met Melissa at the chemistry read, I didn’t know her at all before that. But she’s wonderful, a great actress and a really great person and genuinely fun to be with, and a good person to have on our team.

Why did you decide to make the move to TV at this time?
Well, I’ve always wanted to go back and give television another shot after SMASH ended, and start something from the beginning. Last year I came into pilot season and got close with a couple of things but nothing caught. And then the whole FINDING NEVERLAND debacle happened and I needed to find an escape, a different kind of path for myself, so I came back out to L.A. for pilot season and tested for a few things and this is the one that caught. And this was definitely my favorite project that I was up for, so I’m grateful that it’s the one that worked out.

I mean I wasn’t specifically looking to become a TV star, things were a little slow in the theater world and so you go where the work is, and during pilot season there’s hundreds of job openings. So I was just vying for one of those. But I’ll come back. I’m already itching to come back to the theater. If they’ll have me.

Well that’s great news! This summer you had your first experience at Comic Con. What was that like?
Oh that was so crazy. We were out in San Diego and I walked the floor the first day while I still have the anonymity to do so. So it was crazy, overwhelming and a lot of fun. We did this panel in front of thousands and thousands of people, you know it was kind of surreal.

I’m interested in seeing what it will be like next year after our show, fingers crossed, is a hit, because it’s like an anticipated sort of thing. This year nobody really knew the answers to what they were asking because all we had really done at that point was shoot a pilot. But it was still a lot of fun.

And if you think about it, those fans are not much different than theater fans as far as their loyalty and their depth of knowledge about the actors and shows that they love.
Oh yeah. I mean it’s definitely a different breed but very similar in the devotion and sort of holding what they love dear, which I think is very similar to the theater crowd. But also, by the same token, aside from the few sour pusses here and there, everyone was just so excited and so happy and really pumped for something new. You know so often you hear a lot about the negative things, and as an actor that’s sometimes what you remember. But with this, there is overwhelmingly more positive reaction and the fans are just really excited and grateful to have some of these properties that they love being turned into television shows. Shows that they will be able to cherish for hopefully a few more years to come. And I’m one of them, let’s be honest, so I would be equally as pumped.

I was thinking, with you and Melissa and Laura [Benanti] in the cast, is there any chance we may see some singing, maybe in a “Special Christmas Episode” or something like that?
[laughing] Oh jeez, I don’t know, maybe down the line after we’ve established ourselves as a hit show, we can take those kinds of risks. But at this point there is nothing like that so far. I don’t think you’ll be seeing Laura’s character and I doing a Christmas duet in some crazy strange alternate universe any time soon!

Well we’ve seen crazier musical episodes of TV shows before, so you never know.
That’s very true, that’s very true.

Well best of luck with the series, I think it’s going to be a big hit, but by the same token, we’re thrilled to hear that you hope to be back on Broadway in the near future.
You know what, fingers crossed, me too! Hopefully they’ll be something, however small, there are no small parts as they say. So yeah in some shape or form I’ll be back as soon as I can. Well see what happens next – it’s always an unexpected crazy adventure!

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