The CW Teasers: SUPERNATURAL, SUPERGIRL, LEGENDS OF TOMORROW and More

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The season premieres of SUPERGIRL, SUPERNATURAL and LEGENDS OF TOMORROW are all coming to The CW the week of October 10, as are new episodes of THE FLASH, NO TOMORROW and more.

Monday, October 10

SUPERGIRL 2.01 “The Adventures of Supergirl”: When a new threat emerges in National City, Kara/Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) teams up with her cousin, Clark Kent/Superman (guest star Tyler Hoechlin), to stop it. Kara is thrilled to have family in town but it leaves Alex (Chyler Leigh) feeling a bit left out. Meanwhile, Hank (David Harewood) and Supergirl are stunned by the pod that came crashing to Earth. Glen Winter directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg and teleplay by Andrew Kreisberg & Jessica Queller.

Tuesday, October 11

THE FLASH 3.02 “Paradox”: Barry (Grant Gustin) realizes the effects from Flashpoint are much greater than he thought. Meanwhile, Barry meets new co-worker Julian Albert (Tom Felton) and is surprised by Julian’s immediate disdain for Barry. Ralph Hemecker directed the episode written by Aaron Helbing & Todd Helbing.

NO TOMORROW 1.02 “No Crying in Baseball”: Evie (Tori Anderson) and Xavier’s (Joshua Sasse) relationship hits a snag when his escaped convict cousin Jesse (guest star George Basil) wants to move in. As they continue to cross off adventurous Apocalyst items, Evie faces possible downsizing at work, and Xavier helps her confront her fear of failure. Meanwhile, Hank (Jonathan Langdon) helps Timothy (Jesse Rath) revamp his image in an attempt to win back Evie. Amy Pietz and Sarayu Blue also star. Maggie Friedman, Scott McCabe and Tori Stanton wrote the episode, directed by Stuart Gillard.

Wednesday, October 12

ARROW 5.02 “The Recruits”: Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) new recruits for Team Arrow are Curtis (Echo Kellum), Wild Dog (guest star Rick Gonzalez) and Evelyn Sharp (guest star Madison McLaughlin). Unfortunately, the Green Arrow’s training methods prove to be too much for some of them to handle. Meanwhile, in the flashbacks, Oliver’s initiation into the Bratva continues. James Bamford directed the episode written by Speed Weed & Beth Schwartz.

FREQUENCY 1.02 “Signal and Noise”: When Raimy (Peyton List) and Frank (Riley Smith) speak over the ham-radio and she lets him know that her mom will be murdered unless Frank can figure out a way to warn her, she also delivers devastating news regarding Stan Moreno (Anthony Ruivivar). Meanwhile, in 2016, Raimy follows a lead in the Nightingale case, and in 1996, Frank and Satch (Mekhi Phifer) work together to follow the same lead. Devin Kelley, Daniel Bonjour and Lenny Jacobson also star. John Kretchmer directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver.

Thursday, October 13

DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW 2.01 “Out of Time”: After the defeat of the immortal villain Vandal Savage and the exposure of the corrupt Time Masters, a new threat emerges. Dr. Nate Heywood (Nick Zano), an unconventional and charming historian, is thrust into the action. After making a shocking discovery, Nate seeks out Oliver Queen (guest star Stephen Amell) for help in finding the scattered Legends. Once reunited, the Legends continue their new mission to protect the timeline from temporal aberrations – unusual changes to history that spawn potentially catastrophic consequences. Their first stop is 1942 to protect Albert Einstein from being kidnapped before the Nazis destroy New York City with a nuclear bomb. Meanwhile, Ray (Brandon Routh) notices that Sara (Caity Lotz) has a mission of her own, which leads them both to face her nemesis, Damien Darhk (guest star Neal McDonough). Victor Garber, Arthur Darvill, Dominic Purcell and Franz Drameh also star. Dermot Downs directed the episode written by Marc Guggenheim & Phil Klemmer and Greg Berlanti & Chris Fedak.

SUPERNATURAL 12.01 “Keep Calm and Carry On”: Dean (Jensen Ackles) is overwhelmed as he comes face to face with his mom, Mary Winchester (guest star Samantha Smith). Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki) is fighting for his life after Toni, from the Woman of Letters, shot him. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb.

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