New ‘Supergirl’ Spoilers For Season 5, November 3, 2019 Episode 5 Revealed

New ‘Supergirl’ Spoilers For Season 5, November 3, 2019 Episode 5 Revealed

Hey, “Supergirl” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight’s episode 4. Now that it’s officially in the history books, it’s time to give you guys some spoilery insight into what’s coming up next in the new episode 5, which is due out next Sunday night.

Thanks to The CW’s latest press release, we do have a few teaser descriptions for episode 5 that we can run by you guys. So, we’re going to do that right now.

For starters, it has been revealed that the producers officially named episode 5, “Dangerous Liaisons.” It sounds like episode 5 will feature some very interesting, dangerous, intense, dramatic and possible action-filled scenes as Kara and William investigate a terrorist scheme. Alex’s life gets put in major jeopardy and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Kara and William situation. It turns out that these two will definitely be very busy in this episode. It’s all going to take place during the eve of the worldwide launch of Andrea Rojas’ VR contact lenses.

Kara and William will actually collaborate in an effort to investigate and expose a terrorist plot that may be in the works.

The CW’s official description tells us, “On the eve of the worldwide launch of Andrea Rojas’s (Julie Gonzalo) VR contact lenses, Kara (Melissa Benoist) and William (Staz Nair) team up on an investigation that exposes a terrorist plot.”

Will Kara and William successfully pull off this investigation? That’s a big question for this particular storyline. Whatever the case, just the fact that these two can get along long enough to even make the attempt is progress.

We think this storyline will definitely feature some pretty interesting scenes. So,look out for it in next week’s new episode 5.

The second and last teaser description reveals that Kelly and Alex will have a really great time together, but things will soon go very bad for Alex in this installment.

At some point, we’re going to see Alex and Kelly celebrating an anniversary of theirs. However, things will soon go awry when Alex’s safety gets put in major danger!

CW’s description tells us, “Kelly (Azie Tesfai) and Alex (Chyler Leigh) celebrate an anniversary, but Alex’s safety is in jeopardy.”

What will cause Alex to get into this major trouble? Will she make it out of this dilemma ok? Those are some burning questions for this particular plotline. We’ll certainly have to wait and see because we’re not seeing any spoiler teasers for Alex beyond this episode at the moment.

It definitely sounds like this storyline will feature a ton of possible action, drama and suspense for you guys to look forward to when next Sunday night rolls around.

The CW also release a new preview clip for episode 5. It starts off with Alex being told that the big enemy for this episode has a code name, which is Riproar. After that, the clip cuts to Alex telling the others of Riproar, “He’s has a very dangerous weapon.”

Then we see a moment where Supergirl says, “He’s got to be stopped.” Next, Brainy is seen intensely saying, “Every coastal city in the world will start flooding in 12 minutes! The loss of life could be in the billions!”

After that, the clip cuts to a scene that features Alex yelling to everyone, “Everybody get to high ground!” Then we see a huge tsunami-looking wave approach!

Yep, this one is definitely going to be crazy intense. You guys can view the new preview clip for episode 5 over on Youtube by Clicking Here.

The CW’s press release confirmed that episode 5 is indeed scheduled to air next Sunday night, November 3, 2019 at approximately 8 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest Supergirl TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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