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Favorite 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 four. "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 debuted March 8, 2018 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 Rotten Tomatoes.

At 24, Kara Zor-El decides the time has come to embrace her superhuman abilities and fulfill her destiny as a hero in this drama based on the DC Comics character Supergirl.

"Supergirl" holds a fresh rating of 88 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (at the time of publication). Fans are anticipating season four, but Starburst Magazine's Andrew Pollard called season three the best season of the hit show yet. 

After a slightly rocky start at CBS for its debut year, Supergirl has gone from strength to strength, and Season Three is the most intriguing, engaging, and spectacular season of the series to date. In fact, there’s a strong argument to be made that this most recent season is right up there as one of the best seasons offered up by the Arrowverse, period.
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Below is the synopsis of "Jessica Jones," per Rotten Tomatoes.

A PTSD-stricken superhero hangs up her costume and opens her own detective agency in this superhero drama.

"Jessica Jones" holds a fresh rating of 88 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Newsday's Verne Gay argues that "Jessica Jones" is the most compelling of the Netflix series:

Ritter’s Jones is the most fascinating character in Netflix’s Marvel canon because she’s not who we think she is, and certainly not who we want her to be. She herself says this over and over again, and at some point, we’re just going to have to take her at her word. The second season of “Jessica,” for example, arrives less than a week after the 90th Oscars grappled with a wrenching cultural — and Hollywood — revolution called Time’s Up. Jessica’s — and “Jessica Jones’ ” — timing would appear to be flawless, for she surely was made for this moment, as righteous avenger of the suffocating patriarchy. “I never take no for an answer,” a new male protagonist tells her. “How rapey of you,” she retorts.
FINAL RESULTS
Entertainment
Favorite superheroine show: 'Supergirl' or 'Jessica Jones'?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamSupergirl
#TeamJessicaJones