Supergirl Showrunner: We're as Committed to Sanvers As the Audience Is

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    • Ryus
    • 379 Posts in 28 Months

    I honestly hate ALL the romances in the Arrow-Multiverse shows. Felicity is by far the worse, but this pairing has been really bad imho. Maggie has come off like a total ***** several times and Alex I just prefer as a badass. The longer this romance runs I suspect they'll stop trying as hard and it will get worse and worse.

    • RJW
    • 422 Posts in 23 Months

    Ryus said ... (original post)

    I honestly hate ALL the romances in the Arrow-Multiverse shows. Felicity is by far the worse, but this pairing has been really bad imho. Maggie has come off like a total ***** several times and Alex I just prefer as a badass. The longer this romance runs I suspect they'll stop trying as hard and it will get worse and worse.

    Olicity is NOT the worst. Forced pairings like Laurel and Oliver or Jimmy and Kara were worse because there's no chemistry.

    • kickit
    • 4 Posts in 30 Months

    To CB176694: They didn't mention politics once in the article. They said they're committed to a relationship between two characters just as much as the fanbase is. It's politics to you because you clearly have an issue with homosexuals.

    • mbradleyc
    • 140 Posts in 20 Months

    Ho hum.

    • MovieMan
    • 942 Posts in 23 Months

    So much hate over stuff from everyday life, romance. How would you feel if they never showed any romance on TV? Honestly, love does make the world go round and needs to be part of any show. Lois & Clark overdid the romance, but it was still very enjoyable programming. Best to go with the love and leave out the hate...

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