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Stargirl Season 3 Very Likely

Greetings Stargirl Fans! As the show finishes production on it's second season, basically pulling off the impossible (filming brand new content in the middle of a pandemic), there has been speculation on Stargirl's future and possible third season. Last week, CBR ran a story about how Stargirl was "On the bubble" for another season. "The Bubble" is a term given to shows that have uncertain futures where the network is considering them for cancellation. For Stargirl, this isn't the case. As it stands now, the second season hasn't even aired yet. While some DC Shows were given renewals already, these were early renewals. Stargirl is moving along naturally in the course of its production and creation, all signs are pointing to a positive third season.

Sources close to the show have told Stargirl.tv that there are already plans for season three and renewal is looking to be very likely. When Stargirl debuted on The CW, it welcomed 1.2 million viewers. Remember at the time the show was also running on the DC Universe platform so viewership was even more than reported. With an 89% positive critics rating and being certified "Fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes, the show performs better than many of the other DC-based television shows. The Critic Consensus even states:

A stellar series perfect for anyone looking for a little hope, Stargirl is delightful fun the whole family can enjoy.

As it stands now, the show is in a perfectly natural development cycle wrapping production on season two. Fans will be delighted to watch Stargirl this Summer on The CW and we have no doubt there will be more seasons to come!

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#3 RE: Stargirl Season 3 Very LikelyRobertAnthony 2021-04-27 18:26
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GA itself is facing backlash from studios for its recent legislative efforts.
Just the studios doing the requests of Chinese billionaires.
+1 #2 RE: Stargirl Season 3 Very LikelyCatPat 2021-04-27 13:27
Quoting markhb:
"On the bubble" in this instance just means CW hasn't made an announcement either way, since, as you said, SG hasn't premiered yet. If they're able to keep the same production quality Season 1 had (I'm hopeful with HBO Max in the mix), then my only concern for the show is whether Ray Fisher's comments about Geoff Johns will have any effect in the corporate offices.


That's my concern as well. CW has renewed lesser rated shows for next season ahead of their current season premieres. In addition to Ray Fisher's claim that Johns enabled Joss Whedon's alleged bad behavior, recent reports about Krypton casting and character development decisions [allegedly by John] tried to paint him in less than positive light.

I hope Stargirl is as good in S2 as S1 and I hope it's gets a S3 renewal within creative team intact.

Stargirl also films in GA, as opposed to the cheaper Vancouver. GA itself is facing backlash from studios for its recent legislative efforts.

So, I see a few potential roadblocks, but I hope this article is correct and all obstacles are overcome and we get a S3.
#1 RE: Stargirl Season 3 Very Likelymarkhb 2021-04-27 12:22
"On the bubble" in this instance just means CW hasn't made an announcement either way, since, as you said, SG hasn't premiered yet. If they're able to keep the same production quality Season 1 had (I'm hopeful with HBO Max in the mix), then my only concern for the show is whether Ray Fisher's comments about Geoff Johns will have any effect in the corporate offices.

Also, I'm somewhat disappointed that Brec has wrapped for the season already (and likely left Atlanta for home), because I was hoping the SG JSA would try to get onto the Black Adam set for a pic with the movie JSA! (Black Adam is just ramping up production in Atlanta.)

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