It’s true. Unfortunately, we are losing another CW show. Show creator Geoff Johns confirms Stargirl will not be returning after Season 3. Keep reading to find out more about the hit series’ cancellation.
Despite receiving a huge win at the Saturn Awards, the CW’s hit series will not return for a Season 4. The show will continue to air new episodes until December 7. Nexstar Media bought The CW back in August, which some believe could be prompting the cancellation of some of the platform’s current shows.
According to Cosmic Book News, the Stargirl team was given warning of the show’s cancellation, allowing them the opportunity to write a proper ending to the series.
Show creator and lead actress comment about the show’s cancellation:
Show creator Geoff Johns comments on the show’s cancellation:
“Stargirl has always held a special place in my heart for many reasons. With all the brewing changes at the network, we were aware this was possibly the last season, so we wrote with that in mind and have delivered what I believe to be the best season of Stargirl yet, with complete creative closure.”Geoff Johns, Cosmic Book News
Geoff Johns continues,
“The cast and crew are extraordinary, and I’d like to thank them for helping me bring this series to life. Brec embodied Courtney in every way possible — with grace, strength and humor — exceeding my wildest expectations.”Geoff Johns, Cosmic Book News
Apart from show creator Geoff Johns commenting, lead actress Brec Bassinger gives fans a heartwarming thank you.
“Getting to play Stargirl and be a part of the DC Universe has been the greatest honor, and I am so grateful for every moment of it. I would like to thank our fearless leader Geoff Johns, along with WBTV, The CW, the cast and crew of Stargirl, and of course, the fans. Thank you. This show will forever live in my heart.”Brec Bassinger, Cosmic Book News
While the fate of The CW’s other shows is yet to be determined, we get to watch Stargirl until December 7 to see how the series will wrap up.
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