"Batwoman" Season 2, Episode 8 saw a badly burned Kate Kane return, with Wallis Day taking over the role from Ruby Rose on The CW show.
"Batwoman" Season 2 sees Ruby Rose replaced by Javicia Leslie, and the first episode revealed exactly where Rose's Kate Kane has gone on The CW show.
"Batwoman" Season 2 sees a new actor put on the cape and cowl as Javicia Leslie's Ryan Wilder takes over from Ruby Rose's Kate Kane.
"For me to be able to know that my grandchildren will able to say, 'My grandmother was Batwoman,' that is freaking dope!" the actress told Newsweek recently.
The actress taking over the titular role for the CW show revealed a couple of official pics of her new outfit, and fans on Twitter respond enthusiastically.
"You are walking into an amazing cast and crew. I can't wait to watch season 2," the actress wrote on Instagram.
"Batwoman" has a new actor ready to play the superhero—but Javicia Leslie will not be playing Ruby Rose's Kate Kane in The CW show.
"Batwoman" fans initially thought that the character of Kate Kane would be recast following Ruby Rose's departure, but The CW show has found another way to deal with the actor leaving.
""It wasn't an easy decision but those who know, know," the actress wrote in a cryptic Instagram caption.
Shi Zhengli said scientists around the world must collaborate to defeat germs like the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
"Batwoman" Season 2 now has a confirmed release date from The CW, though fans should expect a longer wait than usual for more episodes.
The "Batwoman" season finale saw Warren Christie introduced as a version of Bruce Wayne that sets up a major battle at the start of the next season of The CW show.
"Batwoman" is about to end Season 1 on The CW, meaning that the show will soon be coming to its streaming home–but that home will not be Netflix.
"Batwoman" Episode 10 saw the superhero officially come out as a lesbian in a very public way.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" may be over, but its events will have major impacts on "Arrow," "The Flash," "Batwoman," "Supergirl," "Black Lightning" and "Legends of Tomorrow" on The CW.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" on The CW is based on a comic book series full of clues as to what will happen in the Arrowverse crossover.
The "Crisis on Infinite Earths" can only be ended by the 7 Paragons, with the identity of the final three the source of a huge amount of fan speculation.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" will see LaMonica Garrett in the dual role of The Monitor and the evil Anti-Monitor, who will have a huge part to play in the Arrowverse crossover.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" is this year's Arrowverse crossover, airing across "The Flash," "Arrow," "Batwoman," "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow" on The CW over December 2019 and January 2020.
This week the show featured a scene with Nash Wells that many have speculated sees him turn into Pariah, a major "Crisis on Infinite Earths" character.
The CW shows like "Riverdale," "Dynasty" and the Arrowverse shows are soon airing their last episodes of 2019.
'Batwoman' starring Ruby Rose will feature the first-ever out lesbian superhero leading their own show. Here's what we know about the release date, cast, trailer and plot of The CW series.
Stephen Amell says the Arrowverse crossover shifts focus to the characters.