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It looks that the CW’s breakout star, Kara Zor-El, is considering a career change now that the show’s run has come to an end. A fresh source claims that Melissa Benoist, the actress who played Supergirl, will star in a new HBO Max political comedy called Girls on the Bus. It’s hard to deny that Melissa Benoist, better known as Supergirl, has had a long and successful career in the world of television, especially in the Arrowverse. A couple of Law & Order appearances are included. This new political comedy could benefit from her expertise in the smaller roles in the past, even though they were only minor ones.
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As reported by Variety, talks are underway to bring Benoist on board the forthcoming show, and a deal is expected soon. This would be her second time working with Warner Brothers and executive producer Greg Berlanti on the HBO Max series. It was only after working on Supergirl that she began working with Berlanti on various other Arrowverse series because she was seen as a central character.
This is a political drama with some funny elements for Girls on the Bus, which she could join. Amy Chozick, a New York Times reporter, wrote the book “Chasing Hillary,” which will form the basis for the show. In response to the report that Benoist was in talks for the series, representatives for HBO Max and Warner Bros. Television refused to discuss the situation. As a potential cast member of HBO’s new programme, Supergirl, Kara Zor-El would be one of four female journalists assigned to follow a group of corrupt politicians as they vie for higher office. According to reports, the reporters not only chronicle the campaigns, but they also become close friendships with one another while uncovering a little bit of controversy from time to time. However, Benoist’s character, as well as all the politicians and other reporters depicted in the book will be fictionalised when the show enters HBO’s ever-expanding library of original programming. No further details regarding the show or its members have been released. HBO Max finally opted to move forward with Girls on the Bus after years of swapping networks, and it now appears that a different actress will play Supergirl in the DC Extended Universe.