Alongside “Supergirl,” many other shows from The CW, like “All American,” “Riverdale,” and “The Flash,” end up on Netflix shortly after a season finishes airing on the channel. A full season generally appears on the streaming platform about one week after the season finale, and Season 6 of “Supergirl” is expected to follow the same trend.
Although Season 6 started airing episodes in March 2021, the show took a midseason break between May and August, with “Supergirl” returning to air the final 13 episodes on August 24, 2021. As Kara’s exciting story comes to an end, fans should expect a major reunion to say goodbye, with Benoist confirming to Entertainment Weekly that fan-favorite cast members Mehcad Brooks, Chris Wood, and Jeremy Jordan will be back for the finale.
Luckily for those fans waiting to watch the superhero series on Netflix, we can now predict the date that it should drop on the streaming platform, thanks to The CW’s recent announcement that “Supergirl” will air its two-part series finale on November 9, 2021. Knowing this, we can guess that the sixth and final season of “Supergirl” will drop on Netflix around November 16, 2021.