The final Supergirl followers noticed Eve Tessmacher, the villainous Lex Luthor’s proper hand girl was wanting significantly terrified. Attempting to get out of National City, Eve is recognized by an older lady and warned that regardless of the place she goes, she’ll be discovered as a result of “Leviathan is everywhere. Leviathan is everyone. And Leviathan is coming.” It’s a bleak, if not cryptic, warning, however Supergirl comes again for Season 6 it feels like there is a large twist in retailer for Eve.
According to showrunner Jessica Queller in a current interview with TVLine, there will probably be an surprising twist for the character coming in Episode 2 and it is “not what fans might be expecting.”
Given that the one issues that followers have been actually left off with was that Leviathan tease, it is anybody’s guess what the massive twist for Eve might be. Whatever it’s, although, it is doubtless it can contribute to the expanded function the character has in Season 5. Andrea Brooks, who performs Eve, was promoted to collection common for the upcoming season again in July. It’s a scenario that will result in a redemption of the character, one thing that Brooks informed Hypable earlier this yr she thinks is feasible.
You know what? I do assume that, regardless of all the things, Eve does have a giant big coronary heart,’ Brooks stated. “I know that Lex has been kind of pressuring her throughout some of the past episodes to not flinch, to be tough, to be like him. But I think at her core, she is a good person and if you go back to the original 1970’s Superman films, Eve Teschmacher is actually the one who saves Superman from drowning. So, despite the fact that Superman is the arch nemesis to Lex, she sees someone suffering and she jumps in and saves him. So, she does have a heart underneath it all. You never know.”
Whatever Eve’s story in Season 5, there will probably be loads of different twists and turns for followers to take in in the course of the season, a season that Queller and co-showrunner Rovner informed followers throughout San Diego Comic-Con likened to Black Mirror.
“This season will be about how technology impacts us, and how people use it to escape from what happens in their lives,” Rovner stated. “We’re seeing how our villains use technology against us, and our heroes try to bring us back.”
“What we’re looking at is how technology is impacting the way people engage and giving them an escape not to engage,” Rovner added. “It seems like nowadays, everyone is kind of on their phones or not really present, and so we wanted to speak to that and kind of how it might be hard to live in the ugliness of what’s going on, and how a character like Kara can try and help us overcome that. It speaks to a lot of the stuff the characters will be going through.”
Supergirl‘s fifth season will start Sunday, October sixth at 9/8c on The CW.