Supergirl Star Nicole Maines Seemingly Developing A New ‘Dreamer’ Project

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Arrowverse show Supergirl aired its series finale this week after six seasons and 126 episodes. Every member of the crew has gone their separate ways, and fans are wondering what’s next for them and their careers, and will they see their beloved characters again in any way.

One of the characters that we could likely revisit in some way is Nicole Maines’ Nia Nal aka Dreamer. Maines joined the show in Season 4 as the original character who was depicted as an ancestor of DC character Nura Nal/Dream Girl, and also made history as the first transgender superhero on television. Dreamer made her comic book debut in June 2021 in the story written by Maines, which makes her the most deserving person for bringing her original character to comic book pages.

Supergirl show wrapped production of the final season last August, and the series finale aired earlier this week. And although the show is done, looks like Maines isn’t done with Dreamer. Only one day after the series finale, Maines posted an image on Twitter which clearly shows that she started writing a new script while wearing the costume of Dreamer. The script starts only with “Nia Awakens…”, which confirms that this is a Dreamer-related project. Not much more is known at the time, but considering Maines also pinned the Tweet at the top of her account, we bet there’s a lot more to come.

After finishing the Supergirl show, the main star Melissa Benoist, who played the titular character for the last six seasons (plus all the guest appearances in other Arrowverse shows) revealed that she’s not against putting the cape again, and her return as special guest star could be likely considering all the other Arrowverse shows that are still airing. Also, Chyler Leigh, who played the role of Supergirl’s adoptive sister Alex, will return in The Flash show for the Armageddon crossover event that kicks off on November 16.

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