It seems that Lynda Carter had so much fun filming her debut episode of “Supergirl.”
In a Facebook Live Q&A hours before the airing of last night’s episode, Carter revealed that she had no particular favorite scene from Season 2, episode 3, titled “Welcome to Earth,” because she enjoyed doing every sequence she’s in.
“I think it was the whole experience,” the original Wonder Woman actress said when asked if she had a favorite scene from her debut episode. “It’s like asking a singer what their favorite note is. I think it was the embodiment of the character living inside the skin of something that you give life to. … The challenge is to make a new character, a real [character].”
The 65-year-old actress, who plays President Olivia Marsdin on the series, admitted that she was quite nervous going into the set for the first time, but noted that she felt welcomed in no time.
“Well it’s always a little nerve-wracking when you walk into a set where people are used to working with each other,” Carter said. “So [I’m] the newcomer, but I actually ran into people that I had worked with on many different shows that I had done in Vancouver, and right away, I was made to feel welcomed.”
Although it was Carter’s first time to work with the show’s lead actress Melissa Benoist, the 1972 Miss World America had nothing but praises for the 28-year-old actress.
“I love Melissa and I think she does a great job on it,” Carter said of Benoist portraying the Girl of Steel. “She nailed it. She really nailed being the human being inside the superhero.”
“She is so warm and loving and so easy,” Carter added of Benoist. “She cracks me up every time she gushes about all these wonderful things.”
“I think she is a talented and amazing girl,” Carter said of the “Glee” alum in a separate interview with E! News. “I said [to her], ‘You know, I may be the only person ever that gets what you’re going through. I get everything. I get it all.”
Next week’s episode of “Supergirl,” titled “Survivors,” airs on Monday, Oct. 31 at 8 p.m. ET on the CW.