Supergirl: Season 4 is now available for fans to bring home on Blu-ray and DVD ahead of the fifth season premiere on the CW.
If there’s one thing to say about season four, it’s that the season also personifies what it means to represent truth, justice, and the American Way. This season certainly wasn’t afraid to get down and dirty by offering political commentary. Ben Lockwood’s Agent Liberty and his Children of Liberty are no easy foe for Supergirl. Also joining Supergirl this season as regulars are Braniac 5 and Nia Nal’s Dreamer.
Played by actress Nicole Maines, Nia Nal’s coming out episode certainly very emotional. I’m not saying that there’s a right or wrong way to present a coming out moment on television. I’ll just say that I started to cry when Nia came out. It was also awesome to see Dreamer kick some ass once she got into her suit.
Back to the Children of Liberty for a moment. Make no mistake that the Children of Liberty’s fight against alien rights is no different than America’s own battle for immigration rights happening right now. We especially see this when National City turns against Supergirl. It’s only later during the season when we discover who was truly pulling the strings. None other than Lex Luthor himself. Jon Cryer puts in a good turn as the supervillain. As a result of Lex entering the picture, we get more of a Luthor family backstory. There was also quite the big reveal during the season four finale. As such, I’ll be curious to see how Lena Luther’s relationship probably changes with Kara Danvers.
Supergirl more so than the rest of the Arrowverse also displays the importance of the free press. The free press is an important principle in America and its importance in this series is no different.
The Blu-ray also has quite the offerings in terms of bonus content. For one, you don’t get just the complete 22-episode season. You also get the other two episodes from the Elseworlds crossover.
The cast includes Melissa Benoist , Mehcad Brooks, Chyler Leigh, Katie McGrath, Jesse Rath, Sam Witwer, Nicole Maines, April Parker Jones, and David Harewood. The series is based on the DC characters created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television produce the series with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Robert Rovner and Jessica Queller.
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