Broadcast a few months ago in the United States on The CW, season 2 of “Stargirl” is already arriving tomorrow night on Warner TV. With the arrival of the villainous Eclipso on the program, who will give a hard time to the new Justice Society of America.
A year after the broadcast of the first season, which is now also available on the Salto platform, Stargirl returns this Tuesday, January 18 at 8:55 p.m. on Warner TV for an unprecedented season 2 which promises to confront Courtney (Brec Bassinger) and her friends with their most formidable opponent: Eclipso.
When the first of these 13 new episodes begins, the school year is coming to an end and calm has returned to Blue Valley, after the final battle of the first season which seems to have ended (for good?) the reign of terror. of the Injustice Society of America (ISA).
But while Stargirl, Wildcat (Yvette Monreal), Doctor Mid-Nite (Anjelika Washington), and Hourman (Cameron Gellman) patrol in vain every night in search of any threat, the small band of superheroes, always helped of Pat (Luke Wilson), will quickly realize that the worst is yet to come when Richard Swift (Jonathan Cake), an antiques lover who actually happens to be the supervillain Shade, arrives in Blue Valley in search of of a mysterious black diamond.
A diamond that contains the evil being Eclipso (Nick Tarabay), described as the “devil lurking in the shadows”, who has the gift of corrupting souls and who has joined forces with Cindy Burman (Meg DeLacy) to achieve for its purposes.
But is Cindy, who is determined to get revenge on Courtney and who has taken it into her head to recruit several teenagers, including Cameron (Hunter Sansone) and Mike (Trae Romano), to form a new ISA, is she really aware of the powers of Eclipso and the real motivations of this entity which seems to be on the verge of leading the world straight to its downfall?
Just as thrilling as the first season, and perhaps even darker, this second season of Stargirl should delight fans of the series, as well as fans of the DC Comics universe. Indeed, in addition to the arrival of Eclipso and Shade, these new episodes also introduce Jennie-Lynn Scott (Ysa Penarejo), who is none other than the daughter of Green Lantern.
And sees John Wesley Shipp, the unforgettable interpreter of Flash in the eponymous series of the 90s, lend his features to Jay Garrick for an episode of this season 2 with the subtitle “Summer School”.
Season 2 of Stargirl will be broadcast every Tuesday at 8:55 p.m. on Warner TV at the rate of two episodes per week, and also available on demand.