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Superman & Lois: Melissa Benoist wants to replay Supergirl in the series

Could Melissa Benoist ever reincarnate Supergirl in Superman & Lois? According to Bitsie Tulloch, the interpreter of Lois Lane, this is quite possible since the main interested party has clearly expressed this wish…

Do Kents have cousins? According to Bitsie Tulloch, the actress played by Louise Lane in Superman and Louise, the reunion between Tyler Hoechlin and her cousin Kara Alias Supergirl (formerly the Arrowverse starring Melissa Benoist) may have occurred in the series just aired in TF1. At the Fan Expo Canada, a fan was interviewed about this, and the actress’s answer brought hope to the audience.

“We heard rumors about her returning to Superman and Louise,” said Bessie Tulock, who said Melissa Benoit might reappear as a guest star in Carla’s costume. It is worth noting that from 2015 to the end of 2021, she played Super Girl in the drama of the same name.

“She expressed her desire to do it and I know we would love to work with her again, as well as with Grant [Gustin, the interpreter of Flash in … Flash, editor’s note] and everyone. But I don’t know… Since we started the show, COVID has been a reality that hasn’t allowed us to do crossovers or anything, so we can’t say if it will be doable or not,” says Bitsie Tulloch.

Superman and Louise in Smallville?

In all DC comic series of CW Channel in the United States, Taylor Hodglin and Bessie Tulock of Clark and Louise versions were included in Arrows before they obtained their own spin on Superman and Louise. However, from the beginning of the novel, there was no mention of Kara or the Justice League… until the end of the second season, which also marked the departure of a star.

Here, it is finally clear that the novel takes place in a multiverse land, but it is different from other DC programs. Therefore, one day, Super Girl will visit Iron Man as another actress. However, given Melissa Benoit’s enthusiasm for her comeback potential, is this a better possibility?

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