Do I think that it is on the wrong network? Yes. But after seeing the trailer, do I think the show is completely on the wrong track? No, I do not - and I don't get all the feminist hate I'm seeing in my feed today.
I feel like judging her entire character arc based on clips taken (out of context) from what is probably only the first 1 or 2 episodes, is short changing her (potential) character journey. Clearly she had been raised (like Clark) to hide her specialness, and is still fairly unaware of the extent of her powers.
In addition, from a production standpoint - the bulk of shots that are 'ready' for an early trailer are generally the dialogue or character-driven scenes, since action sequences for flying and other super powers require more post-production - so that may also be a reason why the trailer seems drama heavy vs. kick-ass.
BTWs - Giving her an Arrow-style 'team' upfront seems weird, but I'll go with it. It's better than the 'I must keep my secret from friends and loved ones' trope!
Anyway, my guess is that the show is about her finding her power, not just as a hero, but as a women. So, if she isn't a little 'weak' in the beginning, how will she grow? This is a TV series, not a movie - all her story isn't told in 2 hours!
They give away plenty (almost too much) in this teaser, but why should we criticize the whole series for not showing us every damned thing. If they did - why would we watch?
I'm willing to give this a shot - will you?