Series Synopsis/Character Breakdown Revealed

Stargirl is taking another step forward in its development today! ThatHashtagShow has discovered the series synopsis for Stargirl! Of course, most important to the show is its lead character, Courtney Whitmore. The character breakdown goes hand in hand with the series synopsis. It sounds like Berlanti Productions is looking for an 18 year old+ actress who can play 15 years old. Ethnicity is not important. Check out the character breakdown below:

The series is looking to cast an 18+-year-old actress, of any ethnicity, to play a 15-year-old Courtney. Described as an intelligent, compassionate and athletic young woman, Courtney is witty as well as an incredibly kind individual who is living a perfect teenage life in Los Angeles, California. However, her life is completely changed when her mom gets married. Because of this, Courtney is forced to leave her life in L.A. behind as she moves to Blue Valley, Nebraska with Courtney’s mom’s new husband and his family. While she struggles to adjust to life in Nebraska, from attending a new school to living with a step-family, Courtney’s life is forever changed when she discovers that her stepdad has a big secret. He used to be a superhero’s sidekick and Courtney takes it upon herself to “borrow” this superhero’s cosmic staff which leads Courtney to become a surprising inspiration as she leads a brand new generation of superheroes!

Of course, based on what we've seen through casting, Courtney's new step-father is none other than Patrick "Pat" Dugan aka Stripesy. Joining Courtney is Yolanda Montez, the god-daughter of Ted Sullivan who was the Wildcat back in the day. Accompanying the character breakdown is this synopsis for the show:

STARGIRL follows High School sophomore Courtney Whitmore who inspires an unlikely group of young heroes to stop the villains of the past. This new DC Universe series reimagines Stargirl and the very first superhero team, the Justice Society of America, in a fun, exciting and unpredictable series premiering in 2019, produced by Warner Bros. Television, Mad Ghost Productions and Berlanti Productions.

We don't know about you but this sounds AMAZING to us! Stargirl is going to pair superhero drama with high school coming-of-age stories, all while building a new superhero group! We are so excited! Let us know what you think of the news in the comments below and in the forum!

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