Kara may have gotten her butt handed to her by Regn during the fall finale of Supergirl, but a new development in 2018 could turn that around in a good way.
TVLine had learned exclusively that Krys Marshall (This Is Us) would recure in the second half of the CW drama's third season. Marshall will be playing Julia Freeman, a 20-something musician living near National City who holds clues to Reign's true identity.
It's not clear on how Julia will play into the fight against Reign, but when the former executive producer Andrew Kreisberg told TVLive that "Supergirl is about to face her greatest nemesis in the three years that we've been doing the show. So it's going to take all the allies that she can muster to take Reign down."
Along appearing on This Is Us, Marshall has had small screen credit that includes roles in One Day at a Time and How I Met Your Mother.
Supergirl returns Monday, Jan. 15 at 8/7c with a run of news episodes, before handing the time slot over to DC's Legends of Tomorrow on Monday, Feb. 1. Supergirl will return on Monday, April 16 until it's season finale on Monday, June 18th.
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