Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) is officially making her return in just a few weeks on March 30, taking over for her cousin, Superman (Tyler Hoechlin), while he goes on a bit of a break (due to a COVID-19-related production delay). Supergirl will take over Superman & Lois' Tuesday time slot for the first half of its final run, with the Kent family returning on Tuesday, May 18. Supergirl will return for the second half of the season—and the series finale—later in the summer.
Both shows air at 9 p.m. ET/PT, right after episodes of The Flash, making for some seriously super Tuesdays.
Like most shows in 2020, season five of Supergirl was cut a few episodes short due to the coronavirus pandemic, and had to turn a non-finale into a finale with a big showdown against the crime organization Leviathan. While Alex (Chyler Leigh) debuted her new vigilante identity, Kara and Lena (Katie McGrath) finally reconciled after a whole lot of sharing and apologizing, and now they're united in taking down Lena's evil family in season six.
In real life, Benoist gave birth to her first child, a boy, with husband and sometimes co-star Chris Wood back in September.
The CW is also about to debut the special, People Presents: Harry & Meghan's American Dream, which, according to the network, "follows the lives of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle who stunned the world by existing royal life. One year later, they are very much living the American dream with multimillion-dollar streaming deals and a California mansion to call home with two-year old Archie. But a personal tragedy and ongoing tensions with brother Prince William and Kate have at times clouded their first year of freedom. This one-hour special will trace Harry and Meghan's journey from royalty to celebrity."
That special airs Thursday, March 25 at 8 p.m., followed by an episode of Legacies.
Keep up with all the upcoming premiere dates below!