Lois Confronts Captain Luthor in Superman and Lois Episode 1.07 Photos

Lois Confronts Captain Luthor in Superman and Lois Episode 1.07 Photos

The CW has debuted a shiny new set of promotional pictures for the upcoming seventh episode of Superman and Lois. The series took a break after airing the first five episodes due to a delay in production caused by COVID-19. As fans saw in the recently released promo, the next installment will tangle with Clark teaching his son, Jordan, to control his Kryptonian powers. The photos also show that the story will feature an encounter between Lois and Captain Luthor. Episode 6 saw the reporter and the military man — who had recently assumed the fake identity of the fearless reporter Marcus Bridgewater to hide his real identity to Lois — inspecting the mines to find some X-Kryptonite in the walls before Leslie Larr attacked them. Clark Kent’s wife understands that something is suspicious with the reporter and will likely confront him to have some answers in the next episode.

You can check the Superman and Lois Episode 1.07 photos in the gallery below.

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David Ramsey directed the episode written by Jai Jamison. The official synopsis for “Man of Steel” reads:

DAVID RAMSEY DIRECTS THE EPISODE – Clark (Tyler Hoechlin) struggles to help Jordan (Alex Garfin) who is grappling with a new power. Meanwhile, Lois (Elizabeth Tulloch) enlists Clark’s help which leads to a surprise encounter. Emmanuelle Chriqui, Jordan Elsass, Dylan Walsh, Erik Valdez, Inde Navarrette and Wole Parks also star.

The next episode of Superman and Lois will air on The CW on Tuesday, May 25.

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