What to Expect on Stargirl Season 3 (Who’s Coming Back)

February 9, 2022

Stargirl Season 3 wrapped filming in October 2021. Now, fans are waiting with bated breath until CW announces the release date. Season 2, nicknamed “Summer School,” debuted August 10, 2021, and the thirteenth and final show aired November 2, 2021, with an action-packed finale. Created by Geoff Johns, Stargirl has received wide acclaim from publications as prestigious as the New York Times.

The CW Embraces Its Superheroes for Another Season

Along with other popular shows, such as “Kung Fu,” “Stargirl” was renewed by the CW in May 2021. Both shows feature stunning action and adventure, with superheroes freely using their power for good. “Stargirl” focuses on personal relationships and healthy family dynamics, even as chaos erupts around the characters. It will be exciting to see what the third season has in store.

Who’s Likely to Return in Star Girl Season 3?

While no official release date is ready, fans hope to see the first episode of season three in August 2022. This might leave you wondering who is likely to return to the star-packed cast. Look for the following regulars to return, some with amplified roles:

  • Brec Bassinger, who plays Courtney Whitmore and Stargirl
  • Luke Wilson, who plays Pat Dugan and STRIPE
  • Yvette Monreal, who plays Yolanda Montez and Wildcat II
  • Cameron Gellman, who plays Rick Tyler and Hourman II
  • Anjelika Washington, who plays Beth Chapel and Doctor Mid-Nite II
  • Romano, who plays Mike Dugan
  • Hunter Sans, who plays Cameron Mahkent
  • Amy Smart, who plays Barbara Whitmore

There’s no word about whether Nick Tarabay will make an appearance as Eclipso. However, Season 3 has a new supervillain, Mr. Bones. The character comes to Blue Valley to investigate reports of heroes and villains co-existing in the town. Soon, he begins to find ways to disturb the peace.

Who Is Brec Bassinger?

Brec Bassinger plays “Stargirl,” originally a comic book character created by Geoff Johns. Breck is no stranger to the small screen. She played Bella Dawson on “Bella and the Bulldogs”, which aired on Nickelodeon. The actress has also had recurring roles in The Goldbergs and School of Rock. Born in Texas, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career at age 13. Before donning her alter ego’s colorful costume, Brec participated in volleyball and cheerleading and become the 2009 World’s Our Little Miss. She has type 1 diabetes and is a vocal advocate for awareness and prevention.

Fans can learn more about “Stargirl” stars on the official fan page.