Brec Bassinger of Stargirl reacts to the Arrowverse's conclusion

Brec Bassinger of Stargirl reacts to the Arrowverse's conclusion ...

Stargirl's Brec Bassinger has reacted to the news that her program is now the last one left.

Bassinger spoke with Decider about the cancellation of The Flash and other Arrowverse shows while promoting the third series of the superhero show, which is called 'Frenemies.'

"I know people on these programs, so of course I'm sad and emotional for all of them," she said. "I've seen how much effort it takes to produce these programs, but I'm just so grateful for what we've been able to accomplish."

Stargirl, which first appeared on The CW in 2020, exists in a parallel version of Earth to the Arrowverse, appearing in the crossover event 'Crisis on Infinite Earths.'

Bassinger, who also starred in Bella and the Bulldogs, said she was honored to be a part of the extended universe, adding that she was proud of the program.

The Arrowverse, which refers to the DC Comics character universe, began in 2012 with the premiere of Arrow.

The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow followed, with Black Lightning and Batwoman beginning in 2018 and 2019 respectively. The Flash is expected to conclude in 2023 following its ninth season.

Despite the slew of cancellations, Bassinger remains hopeful that Stargirl will be renewed for more seasons, but she is not sure what the show will be able to continue.

"This is our showrunner, for lack of a better term, and he's given so much love [into it]," she said. "Ive heard Season 4 pitches, and I know he's not leaving any stone unturned to keep it going."

Stargirl: Frenemies began broadcasting on The CW in the United States on August 31. The first two seasons of the series can be viewed on Amazon Prime Video in the United Kingdom.