Melissa Benoist sat down recently in an interview with Deadline to discuss his work in the Broadway musical Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, where he plays the legendary singer and songwriter, and on her successful series Supergirl, which will premiere very soon in its fourth season.
Supergirl it is recognized by the management of issues related to social justice, and during their past seasons does not fear to touch subjects such as racism, sexism, and above all the immigration, and it is this last topic that seems to focus the series in this new stage.
According to the actress, the fourth season will more than ever reflect the current issues of utmost importance and you will see a real refugee crisis where the aliens will be increasingly rejected by the humans on earth. The premise is that fear is a villain in itself and that it can be more difficult to defeat.
Benoist also grateful that in the channel CW, unlike CBS where he began the series, have had much more freedom to present these complex issues. Mentions that her role of Carole King has influenced the way in which now plays Kara Danvers, and, interestingly, that the previous season of his series was heavily inspired by Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
The new season of Supergirl be released in united States October 14, 2018.
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