Winn Schott Archives

Jeremy Jordan Shifted to Recurring Character for Supergirl Season 4
Earlier when I reported that Jesse Rath was being promoted to series regular as Brainiac 5 on Supergirl, I'd mentioned a rumor that Jeremy Jordan would be leaving the show — which would explain them bringing Brainiac in to take over the role Winn Schott does at the DEO Well, Jordan is not leaving the[...]
Supergirl season 3 schott through the heart
After nine weeks away, Supergirl returns tonight with an all-new episode called 'Schott Through the Heart'… and yes, that is both a Bon Jovi reference and a callout to Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan), who is the focus of the episode. They've been doing this once a season since the beginning In season 1 there was the[...]
Supergirl Season 3: Are They Sneaking in Another Musical Episode?
The episode focuses on the character of Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan), the death of his father, and the return of his estranged mother, Mary McGowan (Laurie Metcalf) The title of the episode is 'Schott Through the Heart', a play on the Bon Jovi song Add that to the image below of Metcalf and Jordan singing[...]
Supergirl Season 3: Photos and Synopsis for 'Schott Through the Heart'
Two weeks from tonight we get the return of Supergirl with an episode that focuses on Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan) This episode was supposed to be the 15th according to original plans, but has now been bumped up as part of the reshuffling the series had to do This is the annual Winn episode with[...]
That said, the title of the 14th episode is 'Schott Through the Heart', a play on both the classic song and Winn Schott's name. This will be the episode that focuses on Winn (Jeremy Jordan), the first since the season 1 episode, Childish Things where we met Winn Schott Sr (Henry Czerny), aka the Toyman In[...]
Winn Schott
When the Supergirl series was first announced for CBS and word was that they'd cast Jeremy Jordan as Winn Schott, comic fans knew that he was going to be a bad guy — or so they thought. The reason fans thought this is because in the comics, Winn Schott is the Toyman And it made sense[...]
Laurie Metcalf
Metcalf has landed a guest spot on the CW series as the estranged mother of Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan), according to TVLine This family reunion will take place in the 15th episode of the season, which will pop up sometime in 2018. Laurie Metcalf on The Big Bang Theory Image courtesy of CBS Winn has definitely not[...]
How Serious Is The Winn / Lyra Relationship On Supergirl
Last week, on Supergirl, we met Lyra (Tamzin Merchant), a new love interest for Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan) Their relationship seemed to move very fast, and we know next to nothing about the young lady other than that she is from Star Haven So how serious is this relationship and where is it going?[...]
Winn Wants James To Tell Kara He's The Guardian
There is a new clip for this weeks Supergirl courtesy of TVLine and we see that Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan) is exhausted and pleading for James Olsen (Mehcad Brooks) to tell Kara that he's Guardian In the clip we also learn that Winn has been tasked by Kara (Melissa Benoist) to create a suit for[...]
Jeremy Jordan Says Winn Schott Will Be Very Busy On Supergirl
Where J'onn J'onzz would've been a lot of help in a fight, the one who might be the most upset for missing out would've been Winn Schott Seeing all of the heroes, talking tech with Felicity Smoak and Cisco Ramon… He would've totally been in his element How will he react?. Actor Jeremy Jordan told Winn[...]
The Growth Of Winn Schott, Supergirl's Resident Computer Wiz
With Supergirl's second season debuting on Monday, the CW has released this video that focuses on Winn Schott, the Catco IT guy turned expert hacker Jeremy Jordan who plays Winn has gone form love-sick sidekick to man with skills and will be moving from outside Cat Grant's office over to working with J'onn J'onzz (David[...]
Supergirl Producers Are Giving Winn Schott A Change Of Scenary
Winn Schott (Jeremy Jordan) is shown the door, but he will be landing on his feet getting a job with the DEO Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg told He's okay with that because he's going to work for Hank and Alex It's like big giant nerd getting to work for the nerd factory, so he's very[...]