‘Supernatural’ season 4 picks up where ‘Supergirl’ left off

NEW YORK (AP) After the first two seasons of “Supernatural” and “Supergirl,” the CW’s supernatural drama “Superfly” and a new superhero series are set to return for a fourth and final season.

“Superbird” stars Rafiq Naseem and will premiere in April on the CW, a network that has been in talks with producers about its own superhero shows.

The drama “Futures End” is also in the works.

“Fetish Hunters” and its spinoff “Fetch” are in the pilot process, according to CW president Mark Pedowitz.

The last “Superverse” installment aired in 2016 and ended with a cliffhanger ending.

The first season focused on a group of young girls who become a superhero team and were later revealed to be part of a government-sponsored experiment.

The show featured the return of “The Black Canary,” played by Carrie Coon, who was a part of the original “Super” universe.

“Black Canary” will be a member of “Fate” in a series finale.

“Futurama” is in the early stages of development.

The comedy “LOST,” about a family of superheroes who are lost in space, is also set to come back for a third season.

“The Flash” season 3 was renewed for a second season.

The series will continue its superhero adventures with a new season, which will premiere on the network in 2018.

“Arrow” star Stephen Amell, who plays Oliver Queen, will return to the show for a new episode on Tuesday.

“Legends of Tomorrow” is set to premiere its second season on Sunday.