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Clark Kent, Lois Lane Reunite in CW’s ‘Supergirl’

Clark Kent and Lois Lane will reunite on "Supergirl" for the second half of the season, although admittedly not for their former roles. Still, Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher, who portrayed the Man of Steel and his love interest on "Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" will play smaller, but important roles on CW's superhero series.

TV Guide reported that Cain already appears on "Supergirl" as Kara's adoptive father, Jeremiah, but that does not mean he is set for a happy ever after with his former on-screen partner. Hatcher is reported to be making her debut on the series as a villain, although she is going to cross paths with Cain's character.

Series boss Andrew Kreisberg also hinted that Hatcher's role is unlike anything her fans have ever saw her play before. "She's really playing something completely different from [what's] in her repertoire of all the things that she's done. And she's doing it amazingly," he shared.

Hatcher will be taking on her unspecified role beginning with "Exodus" on March 6, and with Cain appearing on the same episode as seen on the teaser, it seems that there will definitely be a moment for fans of the 1990s series - although they will probably be anything but friendly in this new take of the "Superman" universe.

There have been no specific details on how the show plans on getting the two actors back together on the small screen, especially considering that according to the International Business Times, actor Kevin Sorbo had been cast as Hatcher's romantic partner for the series.

No matter what the circumstances are that will lead 1990s Clark Kent and Lois Lane back together, fans are already looking forward their reunion in the remaining episodes for "Supergirl" this season. Catch the series Mondays at 8:00 PM on the CW.

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