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I decided to start basically a Supergirl season 6 thread.I was already figuring we may get some news at DC's FanDome event next month but apparently there was a Virtual Wizard World Con in the past few days and several cast members were there.Apparently there was some season 6 news there.TheDCTVshow has a report on it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL_031LiXNw

The Major news points.

1)Jesse Rath revealed they plan to begin shooting September 28.

DCTVshow speculates that they might do what they did at the start of season 4 where other cast members like Jesse will begin shooting September 28 but Melissa might start a little later.

2)Helen Slater will be in a couple episodes in season 6.

The next bit I'll spoiler highlight since it could be considered a spoiler.

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From Jesse Rath:"The writers are working on,not a Legion story but what I think is the essence of what The Legion Of Superheroes is."

DCTVShow speculates he's not expecting Legion members appearing but more the idea of what The Legion is.A team of superheroes coming together.So really Team Supergirl really coming together as a team and becoming the basis of what The Legion becomes in the future.


ETA

I think I found the actual panel video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzf8eZ6LmhY

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The CW Supergirl twitter feed has posted a season 6 poster.

https://twitter.com/TheCWSupergirl/status/1291404053273022472

She's seen the future #Supergirl Season 6 is coming 2021 to The CW!


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I posted all these in the thread about the Canada border but here's the Supergirl season 6 specific one.

https://tvline.com/2020/08/03/arrowverse-posters-2021-superman-flash-cw-masks/

'Real Heroes Wear Masks' in New Posters for Superman & Lois, The Flash and More Returning CW Shows

By Andy Swift / August 3 2020

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The Arrowverse’s finest are suiting up like never before.

The CW has released a series of posters for its 2021 slate of superhero series — Black Lightning (Season 4), DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (Season 6), The Flash (Season 7), Stargirl (Season 2), Supergirl (Season 6) and Superman & Lois (Season 1) — all of which feature the shows’ iconic stars wearing masks. Heck, they even let Beebo in on the action.

The posters, of course, aim to stress the importance of wearing masks while out in public to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Supergirl and The Flash were forced to wrap their latest seasons early when the pandemic led to an industry-wide shutdown in March 2020, while Superman & Lois received a straight-to-series order without being able to film a traditional pilot. Black Lightning, Stargirl and Legends of Tomorrow were unaffected.

Stargirl, whose first season currently airs on both The CW and streaming service DC Universe, was recently renewed for a CW-only second season. Stargirl‘s freshman run concludes on Monday, Aug. 10. (Click here to check out first-look photos from the big finale.)

Batwoman is conspicuously absent from this batch of posters, likely because Javicia Leslie — who will don the iconic cowl in Season 2, following Ruby Rose’s exit — hasn’t been able to do a full photo shoot in costume yet.

Browse our gallery of the posters — you can click here for direct access — then drop a comment with your thoughts below. Which superhero show are you looking forward to the most?

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If the baby comes in the next 2 weeks that would give Melissa a 6 week maternity leave... not very long but fairly standard in the regular working world.

Odd panel selection. I like them, but I would have expected more from the current regular lineup.
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Someone in a FB group i’m in posted the video and summarized. I don’t generally get much out of panels so I haven’t watched. I’m still scratching my head as to why they wouldn’t go with a later start date to avoid Melissa being out and the added bonus of having the other shows work out the kinks in the new Coronavirus production protocols.
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LOL,I figured someone would post about this if I didn't eventually.

I just watched the panel,the season 6 stuff is towards the end but it was a really great panel.Lots of fun stories.Jesse is a hoot.
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LOL you beat me to this. We know that on the Coffee Live IG video Melissa did on July 7th she said she was only weeks away. It’s possible in the time between the two videos she’s had the baby and they just haven’t made a public announcement. But even if that’s the case if she’s expected back at the end of September that’s not much of a maternity leave. They could be planning to start without Melissa like they did in season 4 but why would they do that given the shows “mid-season” primer.

When Supergirl was moved to “mid-season” the reasoning given made sense, production could start later which would give Melissa more recovery time. With what Jesse said it now seems they plan to start production around same time as the “fall” shows. Admins any information you can give us on production plans.
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