The television network CBS is going all out with their marketing campaign for Supergirl, its leaps and bounds out of this world, compared to anything we’ve witness with any of the other DC Comics television series.
Melissa Benoist’s face as Supergirl, can be seen plastered on the side of tall buildings, buses and billboards.
With the amount of attention CBS is giving to Supergirl, when it comes to promoting it, it shows that they have a lot faith in it, as no network would put this amount of money in marketing a television series they didn’t believe in. This is a very good sign for Supergirl!
@MelissaBenoist is EVERYWHERE!!! courtesy of @BrettGursky . Where have YOU seen her? #Supergirl pic.twitter.com/gEEGDh3knh
— DavidRapaportCasting (@RapaportCasting) August 18, 2015
#Supergirl Hollywood & Highland pic.twitter.com/EF5wnD89ci
— DavidRapaportCasting (@RapaportCasting) August 17, 2015
Quase finalizado o pôster/mural gigante da #Supergirl pic.twitter.com/OEa63mcqua
— Melissa Benoist BR (@mbenoistbrasil) August 18, 2015
In and outside @WarnerBrosEnt #Supergirl pic.twitter.com/cwm8IcfAjQ
— DavidRapaportCasting (@RapaportCasting) August 20, 2015
Snapped by the wife on her way to work #UpUpAndAway @MelissaBenoist @DavidHarewood @MehcadBrooks @supergirlcbs pic.twitter.com/vnUrl0maSs
— Ted Sullivan (@karterhol) August 19, 2015
¡Con tanta promoción #Supergirl va a ser todo un éxito! @RapaportCasting @geoffjohns @AliAdler @SarahSoWitty pic.twitter.com/iUvkyzx9gB — Supergirl Spain (@SupergirlSpain) August 20, 2015
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