Stargirl will continue to write deeds in the DC Universe, and with the teaser trailer for her third season, old allies like Starman arrive
The DC Universe will continue to bring emotions to the small screen in 2022 with the third season of Stargirl, a series that has presented its first teaser trailer, where Starman himself is integrated into the plot
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The CW chain shared on its digital channels the first teaser trailer for the third season of Stagrirl, which will arrive in the fall of 2022.
In these new episodes Courtney Whitmore and Pat Dugan discover that Sylvester Pemberton, better known as Starman, is alive, after more than 10 years of believing him dead, and now the hero will seek to fit into the life of the Duggans. Whitmore in Blue Valley.
Stargirl is one of the three series that the CW chain has, inspired by the characters of DC Comics, and although the universe of this show was established after the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths, Stargirl has marked her distance from the Arrowverse.
The cast of Stargirl features Brec Bassinger as Courtney Whitmore (Stargirl), and in this third season Joel McHale returns as Sylvester Pemberton (Starman).
The JSA stars Yvette Monreal as Yolanda Montez (Wildcat), Amy Smart as Barbara Whitmore, Anjelika Washington as Beth Chapel (Dr. Mid-Nite), Cameron Gellman as Rick Tyler (Hourman), Joy Osmanski as Ms. Brooks (Tigress ), Christopher James Baker as Dr. Henry King (Brainwave), Neil Jackson as Jordan Mahkent (Icicle), Nelson Lee as Dr. Ito (Dragon King), and Neil Hopkins as Crock (Sportsmaster)
The third season of Stargirl will premiere no earlier than September 22, 2022 on The CW in the United States. In Mexico and Latin America, the first two seasons are available on the HBO Max digital platform.
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Source: The CW
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