Stargirl Renewed For Season 2, Staying at The CW & Not The DC Universe

Stargirl has been officially renewed for a second season by The CW and will not be airing on the DC Universe once season two premieres.

It official, Stargirl, and the Justice Society of America are coming back for a second exclusively on The CW. While the debut/current season of Stargirl is airing on both the DC Universe and The CW, the series was only renewed by The CW and not the DC Universe. Meaning that the series’ second season will air exclusively on The CW and stream exclusively on the CW app.


Stargirl is now halfway into its debut season and has been well received amongst fans and critics and has been performing well during the show’s air times as well. Which are all good signs, and enough reason for any network to renew a series for another season. Live-action DC content on the DC Universe is on the decline, making Titans the only live-action DC Universe Original series still on the streaming service. Stargirl now joins the likes of Swamp Thing who started as DC Universe Original series and then made a full transition over to The CW.

Unlike Swamp Thing, Stargirl has not been cancelled halfway into its debut season nor has it had its episode count lowered due to third party issues. It begs to question whether or not Stargirl will officially become part of the Arrowverse on The CW.


During the Crisis On Infinite Earths crossover, Stargirl, Swamp Thing, and the Titan were shown and it was implied that these shows were now part of The CW’s Arrowverse. While that hasn’t been officially confirmed, having Swamp Thing and now Stargirl making a full transition over to The CW could further imply that these shows will now be part of the Arrowverse and appear in future crossovers.

Stargirl currently airs every Monday on the DC Universe and every Tuesday night at 8 pm on The CW.

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Source: Deadline