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Kate Kane never planned to be Gotham’s new vigilante. Three years after Batman mysteriously disappeared, Gotham is a city in despair. Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, Kate soars through the shadowed streets of Gotham as Batwoman. But don’t call her a hero yet. In a city desperate for a savior, she must first overcome her own demons befo more
...re embracing the call to be Gotham’s symbol of hope.
 
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'Batwoman': Javicia Leslie Cast As the New Lead Of the CW Superhero Series

God Friended Me co-star Javicia Leslie has been cast as the new Batwoman, succeeding Ruby Rose who exited the role after the end of Season 1. Leslie, confirmed to play a new character named Ryan Wilder, will make her debut in the iconic cape and cowl when Batwoman returns to the CW for its second season in January. Batwoman produ... more Comments

Batwoman EP Explains Why They're Not Recasting Kate Kane

Batwoman fans were shocked and dismayed when it was announced that Ruby Rose wouldn’t be returning for season 2. The exact reason why remains a mystery, though there have been a number of reports that Rose was unhappy with the demands of shooting a network TV show. Whatever the case, the wheels need to keep turning and The CW immediately began hunting for a replacement. Most initially assumed that ... more Comments

'Batwoman' to Bring in New Character to Replace Kate Kane Following Ruby Rose Exit

“Batwoman” could have a completely new lead character once the second season begins. Variety has confirmed that The CW and Warner Bros. Television are looking to cast a completely new character to play the titular superhero for the show’s second season. According to a leaked casting notice, the new lead character is currently named Ryan Wilder, with sources saying she could be played by a woman of color. She is described as: “She&rs... more Comments

TVLine Items: Tvd Vet to Batwoman, Greta Thunberg TV Series and More

Vampire Diaries vet Kayla Ewell is back to being a bloodsucker: The actress, who played human-turned-vamp Vicki Donovan on the aforementioned CW drama, will guest-star on Batwoman as the vampiric DC Comics villain Nocturna, EW.com reports. The baddie will prey on Gotham’s residents in the Feb. 23 episode to sustain her need for human blood caused by a rare disease. The character h... more Comments

Batwoman Recap: The Beths Laid Plans

This week on Batwoman, Beth’s doppelganger got used to the new world she now lives in — and vice versa — before doing what she herself could to play hero and save the day. Picking up right where last week left off, Kate ignored Beth’s declarations that she is the real deal, roughing her up to the point that Beth grabbed for the pepper spray in her messenger bag and used it on her own sis, before running away. After swinging by Crows Security to confirm that Alice w... more Comments

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 Comments

'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-ac... more Comments

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 Comments

CW Renews Riverdale, Batwoman, Roswell, Black Lightning Plus 9 Others

The CW is kicking the new year off with a (renewal) bang, picking up additional seasons of 13 (!!!) current series — basically its entire lineup. The list of shows confirmed to return for the 2020-21 TV season includes The Flash (Season 7), Riverdale (Season 5),Supergirl (Season 6),... more Comments

The CW Renews 'Batwoman,' 'Riverdale,' 11 Other Series for 2020-2021 Season

The CW is renewal happy. The network has handed out early greenlights to new seasons of almost every single show on its slate, including a second season of “Batwoman,” a seventh season of “The Flash” and a fifth season of “Riverdale.”  The CW’s other new fall show “Nancy Drew” is also on the long list of shows returning for the 2020-2021 seas... more Comments

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