Batwoman

Aired: Dec 01, 2019 , Sunday at 20:00 on The CW

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Episode Summary: Kate and Alice continue their sister/nemesis dance, while Alice and Mouse construct their most evil plan yet. Mary invites Kate to a special event honoring Catherine and Jacob makes a decision that leaves Kate perplexed.
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As far as fall finales go, Batwoman Season 1 Episode 8 manages to deliver high drama while setting us up for some serious comeuppance in the back half (middle third now I guess with the full episode order) of the season. To get at the heart of the matter, there are three major relationship shifts to address. Each of them opens a door to potential future conflict and character development. None of them bode well for Kate. Let's start with the one I honestly couldn't car... more

 
 
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Did Batwoman Just Deliver Its Big, Post-Crisis 'What the F--k' Moment?

The “Crisis on Infinite Earths” may be over, but its resolution appears to have left Batwoman‘s mind-blown Kate Kane doing a double take. At the close of this Sunday’s midseason premiere — which, it must be noted, also had Batwoman publically coming out as a lesbian (via a Kara Danvers exclusive for CatCo!) — Kate received quite the birthday surprise, in the form of her kindly sister Beth, newly returned from a semester abroad. Wait, what? ... more

'Batwoman,' 'Harley Quinn' & 'Duncanville' Head To Britain's Channel 4

British broadcaster Channel 4 has acquired Batwoman and Harley Quinn from Warner Bros and Duncanville, the animation from Amy Poehler and The Simpsons veterans Mike and Julie Scully. Batwoman will broadcast on Channel 4’s youth network E4 in 2020, featuring Ruby Rose as the DC character — the first openly gay female lead of a live-action ... more

GLAAD Media Awards: Watchmen, Batwoman, Euphoria Among First-Time Nominees; Netflix Leads TV Pack

Watchmen, Batwoman and Euphoria will be among the first-time contenders at the 31st GLAAD Media Awards, which on Wednesday revealed its complete list of nominees. All told, Netflix leads the TV pack with 15 total nominations (including nods for Dear White People, One Day at a Time and Sex Education), followed by HBO with eight. Broadcast networks ABC, CBS and NBC netted four nominations a piece (including for Superstore, SVU and  more

 
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