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Best superheroine show: 'Supergirl' or 'Jessica Jones'?

DC fans made sure "Supergirl" stayed strong after the show switched from CBS to the CW in fall 2016, and it's now in season three. "Supergirl" hasn't been the only TV superheroine on the block—Marvel's "Jessica Jones" premiered to rave reviews in November 2015 and season two debuts March 8 on Netflix. Jessica has also appeared in "The Defenders" alongside other popular heroes with their own shows. One is a derring-doer and the other is rough around edges. Which show has your vote? 👊 💪

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Below is the synopsis of "Supergirl," per IMDB.

The adventures of Superman's cousin in her own superhero career.

Some say "Supergirl" only got better in season two. Tribune News Service's Rick Bentley wrote:

The move away from so much time spent with Linda Danvers, the secret identity of Supergirl, chatting with Cat Grant (Calista Flockhart) helped move this series from being a soap opera with a female hero to a much better action series.
A special bonus is how the producers are mining old Superman projects for guest stars including Laura Vandervoort, who played Supergirl on "Smallville." These are fun elements for loyal fans.

The show is still going strong—just like the Girl of Steel—in season three. The third season holds a 86 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes

Watch the season three trailer here.

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Below is the synopsis of "Jessica Jones," per IMDB.

Following the tragic end of her brief superhero career, Jessica Jones tries to rebuild her life as a private investigator, dealing with cases involving people with remarkable abilities in New York City.

After an acclaimed first season, Marvel fans are ready for season two. Indiewire's Liz Shannon Miller gave the first season a grade A.

Jessica Jones is well-executed on the level we've come to expect from Netflix-produced series, featuring a top-notch cast, solid writing and great use of its New York location to invoke both classic noir and '70s cinema.
FINAL RESULTS
Entertainment
Best superheroine show: 'Supergirl' or 'Jessica Jones'?
#TeamSupergirl
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamJessicaJones