Key Art for DC's Stargirl Season 3: Someone's Keep an Eye on The JSA

Key Art for DC's Stargirl Season 3: Someone's Keep an Eye on The JSA

The CW''s Brec Bassinger-starring It began with Bassinger, Anjelika Washington, and her creator Geoff Johns, but apparently the network was too busy making a "bootleg" version. From there, the CW 18 Milwaukee released a better-quality version. Whew! A new key art poster is on the back of something that none of us imagined.

Here''s a look at The CW''s return for Season 3 of Wednesday, August 31:

In an interview with TVLine in May, Bassinger discussed a variety of topics, including Meg DeLacy''s Cindy continuing her bid to become a member of the JSA, Courtney''s new "neighbors," The Shade (Keith David), and how McHale''s Sylvester becoming regular will cause some confusion over who will get to utilize the cosmic staff.

The main concern about the town''s growing population of heroes and villains is how this season (running under the subtitle "Frenemies") will find everyone asking, "Whodunit?" After a little hesitation and (thankfully) a lot of encouragement, Bassinger revealed what the theme for the third season of Murder mystery. Now here''s a look at the official teaser for last week:

WithAmy Smart as Barbara Whitmore, Meg DeLacy, Pat Dugan, Meg DeLacy, and Jade As Jakeem Thunder, Brec Bassinger plays Courtney Whitmore with Stargirl, Yvette Monreal as Yolanda Montez, and Anjelika Washington as Beth Chapel (replying Jim Gaffigan).

As part of the film''s evolution, Tim Gabriel, who plays Todd Rice, the son of Alan Scott, aka Golden Age Green Lantern, and Jennie-Lynn Hayden and his twin brother, Mark, is LGBTQ and manifests strange and uncontrollable shadow abilities. Besides living on the streets and searching for his sister, Mr. Bones, and the cast, however, this casting may spell a difficult future for the duo.

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