The second Arrowverse show to end this year was The CW’s Supergirl, which concluded after six seasons. Throughout the show, queer representation has shined, but the last season, in particular, highlighted its various queer characters.
The series ended with Alex Danvers and Kelly Olsen, or Dansen, getting married in the very last episode. The happy ending they found, happily married with an adopted daughter by their side, was the best way to conclude their story and left fans of the couple extremely satisfied.
In addition, Supergirl also featured TV’s first transgender superhero, Nia Nal/Dreamer, which provided great trans representation with the aide of actress and activist Nicole Maines. Losing both Dansen and Nia’s representation is a low blow for TV and The CW, especially considering the lack of trans characters on their network.
Despite all three of Supergirl’s queer characters getting the happy ending they deserve, queer fans will surely be missing Supergirl come next year’s fall season on The CW.