Batwoman is the next American superhero television series developed by Caroline Dries and Greg Berlanti. It is based on DC Comics character Kate Kane / Batwoman, a fantasy criminal created by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Ruck, Mark Waid, and Keith Giffen.
The series happens in the game Arrowverse
Sharing the continuity with other series of television in the universe. It is expected to be broadcast on the CW, where it will air on Sunday night.
In May 2018, it was announced that Batwoman will appear on “Elseworlds,” the Arrowverse intersection of 2018, with the announcement two months after Dries has developed a series focused on the character.
In January 2019, the series received a pilot order from the CW, which was to be considered in the order of series in the 2019-20 television season. At the end of the month, Meagan Tandy, Camrus Johnson and Nicole Kang were recruited to appear alongside Rose on the remote. The show was discontinued from the series in May 2019. The series is due to debut on October 6, 2019.
What Batwoman Is all about?
If you haven’t looked at the Elseworld crossover last year, everything about the Batwoman series will be new. But as the other Arrow series characters learned when they met the title character in their hometown, Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) can’t be underestimated just because she’s new to this group of heroes.
According to the official description of The CW, “armed with a passion for social justice and the talent to express their opinion, Kate Kane flies through the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, a highly qualified lesbian street ready to put off the offender “This desperate search for a savior, Kate must overcome the demons before she accepts the call for Gotham’s symbol of hope. “Like the first television superhero who has his own series of directors.
Kate breaks through the barriers (as well as her interpreter, Rose, who is openly a gay actress). And based on her flirtations with Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) in the crossover, it is clear that Batwoman has no intention of keeping anything in the romance department.
Where is it?
While the name of Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) upset Gotham and the invisible Bruce Wayne for years on Arrow, there was no guarantee that the version of Gotham Bathama was on the same Earth as Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. Remember that Supergirl is in an alternative version of Earth, Earth-38 and must use special technology to visit other heroes.
This makes the opportunity for crossovers in addition to the huge annual one is much more possible. The hero only needs to get in a car, a train or a plane, and soon they will be in their cities. But while the Elseworlds crossover was revealed during the debut of Batwoman, Gotham Kate Kane is also on Earth-1.