However, at the end of "For the Girl Who Has Everything", Winn has accepted the fact that it's best that they remain as best friends, and in "Solitude", he begins seeing Cat Grant's new assistant, who is also Kara's rival; Siobhan Smythe, who is subsequently fired by Cat and who, in "Worlds Finest", becomes a supernatural metahuman supervillain called Silver Banshee. The head of the DEO who takes Hank Henshaw's likeness after Henshaw is killed in Peru while hunting J'onn.
J'onn takes Henshaw's likeness in order to reform the DEO from within as well as to watch over Alex and Kara.
The evolution of Henshaw was discussed during the filming of the pilot, with the executive producers jokingly saying that Harewood would be a good actor to play the Martian Manhunter in a potential television series, to which DC Comics' Geoff Johns asked why it could not be done in Supergirl.
In the second season premiere, Cat announces she is taking a leave of absence from Cat Co, leaving James to run the company in her stead. Television was looking to create a television series centered around Supergirl.
Executive producers for the series include Greg Berlanti (also a creator/producer for Arrow and The Flash), Ali Adler, who are both writing the script, and Berlanti Productions' Sarah Schechter.
In the first season, Kara Danvers becomes Supergirl.
Having hid her powers for more than a decade, believing that Earth did not need another hero, Kara is forced to reveal her powers to thwart an unexpected disaster, setting her on her own journey of heroism as National City's protector.
He infiltrated the DEO to reform the organization and keep watch over Kara.