Ruby Rose openly called out cast and crewmembers of "Batwoman" for their alleged misconduct. She left the show after appearing as Kate Kane in Season 1.
The CW show has revealed who has been cast as the new adversary for Javicia Leslie's Batwoman in the forthcoming third season.
The CW show stars Tyler Hoechlin as the Clark Kent, aka the Man of Steel, and Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane, and the first season's finale airs on August 17.
"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.
"Supernatural" fans have been debating whether the "I love you" scene between Castiel and Dean was censored in the U.S. version—and star Misha Collins has weighed in.
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.
"Charmed" cast members old and new are locked in a witchy war of words over the CW reboot and original version of the supernatural show.
"In the Dark" Season 3 has already been ordered by The CW, meaning it will come to Netflix next year—though probably later than fans are expecting it to be released.
"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.
"Roswell, New Mexico" Season 3 is coming to The CW, but fans of the show are in for a longer than usual wait between seasons.
"The Flash" Season 7 will be without its Elongated Man after actor Hartley Sawyer was fired for a number of racist, homophobic and sexist tweets.
"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.
The "Riverdale" star called out The CW show for treating her character like a "sidekick" and paying her the least of any of the series regulars
"Legends of Tomorrow" Season 6 could be coming after The CW airs the show's most recent finale—but fans are in for a long wait.
"Legends of Tomorrow" Season 5 is coming to an end on The CW, which means that the DC show will be streaming on Netflix very soon.
"The Flash" showrunner has revealed that Barry Allen will face off against one of his most formidable comic books adversaries in Season 7 of The CW show
"In the Dark" Season 2 is airing now The CW, but Netflix viewers will not be able to watch the latest season on the streamer until the summer.
"Dynasty" has just released its most recent season on Netflix, but fans will have a long wait before Season 4 airs on the streamer and on The CW.
"Dynasty" fans worldwide may have been disappointed when Season 3 of the show did not air weekly, but all episodes are coming to Netflix very soon.
The show is coming to The CW on May 19, when it will introduce a whole new cast of superheroes to the Arrowverse, including actors Brec Bassinger, Luke Wilson and Joel McHale.
"Stargirl" will have two streaming homes in the U.S. when the superhero show starts on The CW—but each service will have a slightly different version of the show.
"Stargirl" is The CW's new superhero show, focusing on the small town teenager Courtney Whitmore. Playing her is former Nickelodeon actor Brec Bassinger.
"Stargirl" is the latest superhero show The CW, but the character originated as a touching tribute from a DC Comics writer to a deceased family member.
"Riverdale" Season 5 may be a few months away, but its cast and crew have already been teasing exactly what will happen when The CW and Netflix show returns.
"Riverdale" Season 5 has been confirmed by The CW, but the next season of the show will not air in its usual fall premiere slot.
Logan Williams, who played the young Barry Allen in CW's "The Flash," died this month aged just 16 years old.