"Supergirl" airs in the US on The CW every Monday at 8pm. Twitter/Supergirl

US network The CW is doing a great job at picking up the story of “Supergirl” from where CBS left off last season. And while viewers of the show have seen Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman in the first two episodes, there are a lot more characters to develop and watch out for in the following weeks.

In the teaser for “Supergirl” season 2 episode 3, Mon-El, who is portrayed by Chris Wood, seems to get into some kind of trouble. At this point, it is unclear how influential Mon-El will be in Kara’s life, or whether or not he will take on the role of Superboy as he does in the comics. Game N Guide has reported that it is also possible for Mon-El to reveal himself as a spy for project CADMUS.

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But in an interview with Collider, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg gave some insight about how things will pan out for Mon-El in the universe of “Supergirl.” Mon-El last remembers getting into a pod from his alien world and then suddenly waking up in a strange land where he suddenly has super powers. And while how Mon-El responds to all of the stimuli will be interesting, it is his future relationship with Kara that will get fans hooked even deeper.

“We’re going to explore, in our universe, the idea that Daxam and Krypton were sister worlds, but they didn’t really get along,” Kreisberg explained. “There’s a lot of innate hostility that Mon-El and Kara have for each other, simply because of their backgrounds.”

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Kreisberg also discussed the return of Superman, since initial reports never went over the second episode of the season. Kreisberg admitted that his team is looking forward to another family reunion, but that Kara and Clark will definitely be keeping in touch via text messaging. “We’re working on [bringing Superman back this season],” he said. “We’ll see.”

Kreisberg also confirmed that, for now, his team has no plans of introducing Louis Lane into the series, despite the introduction of Lucy Lane. Unfortunately, the return of Cat Grant is still up up in the air as Calista Flockhart has had to attend to family matters.

“Supergirl” airs on US network The CW every Monday night at 8 p.m. Australian viewers can catch the show on Syfy.