Recent comments made by CBS CEO Les Moonves indicate the network will be renewing Supergirl for Season 2.

"We have about five new shows on this year," Moonves told the Deutsche Bank Media, Internet & Telecom Conference. "Of those five, I believe all five of them will be renewed, and we own four of them."

Deadline first reported on Moonves' statement, but notes his quote is a bit tricky, since of the five new shows the network has already debuted this TV season -- including Limitless, Code Black, Life in Pieces, Supergirl, and Angel from Hell -- two are in fact not owned by CBS (Life in Pieces from 20th Century Fox and Supergirl from Warner Bros.), while another of the five, Angel From Hell, has already been cancelled.

CBS also has Rush Hour and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders debuting in the weeks to come and it's very possible Moonves was hinting Beyond Borders was already in mind for a renewal, which makes sense, given the huge hit it's spinning off of.

Meanwhile, it's widely assumed that Moonves was indeed including the high profile Supergirl in his remarks about shows CBS intends to renew.

Supergirl airs Mondays on CBS. The show stars Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, Superman's cousin, as she embraces her true identity after years of hiding.