DC Comic’s superpowered Supergirl has been renewed for Season 2, with a network change and a move to Vancouver from L.A.

CBS has decided not to renew the well-rated superhero series, which was the #1 new show on their slate during the first season, citing production costs.

This is not kryptonite for the show however, as The CW has picked up Supergirl for her second flight onto network TV whilst moving production to the significantly cheaper Vancouver. The CW is the home of many other DC series, including Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and The Flash.

In Supergirl, Melissa Benoist suits up as Kara Zor-El (and her mild-mannered alter ego, personal assistant Kara Danvers) as she tries to save National City from regular doom while not letting her boss – played wickedly well by Ally McBeal’s Calista Flockhart – get her down.

The next season will expand on the cliffhanger ending that capped off the first season, which producer Ali Adler has revealed they wrote with the storyline for season two in mind. It seems Kara is more than ready to once again take to the skies.