ABC got the ball rolling on 2016 renewals the other day, and despite having added only five new series to its own lineup, CBS may soon follow. Network head Les Moonves says it will renew all five of its new additions, including Supergirl, Limitless and more.

While Supergirl has yet to announce a formal pickup beyond its slightly-abbreviated 20-episode order, CBS boss Moonves said at the Deutsche Bank Media, Internet & Telecom Conference (via Deadline) that the network intends to renew all five TV shows introduced this past current season, noting that “we own four of them.”

It’s worth noting that Supergirl hasn’t quite proven itself the hit that the network originally expected, though the DC drama has garnered considerable praise, and will surely raise its profile a bit with the upcoming CW Flash crossover. In any case, it’d have taken a pretty low threshold for CBS to decide the series wasn’t worth another go.

We’ll have more detail when CBS formally announces the renewal, but what should we expect from Supergirl Season 2 in the future?

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