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Great Job, Internet!: Supergirl gets a lot more epic with a little help from John Williams

The CW’s recent acquisition Supergirl is a lot of things—fun, charming, occasionally frustrating—but it could rarely be described as “epic.” That’s not necessarily a bad thing—not every capes-and-costumes series needs to swing for the fences every single episode—but given that the show is kicking off its second season finale on October 10, complete with its first on-camera appearance of Kara Zor-El’s superpowered cousin Kal-El, it might be nice to get people’s pulses racing just a little bit.
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