Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin
Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin present at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California, January 10, 2016. Reuters/Paul Drinkwater/NBC Universal/Handout

“Supergirl” is saying goodbye to CBS and hello to The CW network to join its family of superhero series.

It was recently confirmed that “Supergirl” will be having a second season. However, it is also leaving its previous home, CBS, to move to The CW. The latter is known for housing other superhero series like “The Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash” and “Arrow.”

While fans are happy to know that their favourite female superhero is not leaving TV, Cinema Blend notes that we should be prepared for the coming changes to the show. Even before the announcement, there have been reports that production would be moved out of Los Angeles and into Vancouver, partly to save on production expenses.

It is foreseen that the show may still shoot some establishing shots in Los Angeles so that National City may still look the same coming from above. This is to promote continuaty from “Supergirl” Season 1. However, the rest of the scenes would be in Vancouver. This means viewers should expect ground level changes in “Supergirl” Season 2 due to climate differences. For one, Los Angeles is sunnier compared to Vancouver, which is often wet and cloudy.

Viewers should also look out for changes in the show’s set design. It is yet to be known if there would be new versions of the famous settings ,like the DEO and CatCo. It is also a possibility that producers would recreate the entire set in Vancouver. Character changes are also expected. In an interview with DC All Access, Melissa Benoist said that she is looking forward to see Supergirl grow more independent in the coming season.

The Washington Post reports that there are high hopes for viewers and fans to see more crossovers with the other superhero series in the new network. When the show was still in CBS, it made a crossover with The CW’s “The Flash.” Now that they are in the same network, viewers may expect to have more overlap stories not only with “The Flash” but perhaps also with “Legends of Tomorrow” and “Arrow.”