Batwoman Season 2 is making wholesale changes to the series, and that starts at the top with the lead actress. Ruby Rose is out as Batwoman and Javicia Leslie is in as Batwoman, and she isn’t taking Rose’s place but is a brand-new character that will be the new lead with Rose leaving the series.
When Batwoman hit The CW, it was met with an extremely polarizing reaction from fans, with just as many Arrowverse fans rejecting it as accepting it as part of the DCEU Universe. The biggest problem came with the casting of Ruby Rose, who many fans rejected from the start. It now seems like Rose was
After Ruby Rose’s surprising exit from Batwoman several months ago, the CW series announced actress Javicia Leslie would take over the lead role as the superhero. Leslie, who is making history with the role, will replace the show’s former star as the new Batwoman for the second season. The new cast announcement has many people
Ruby Rose just posted a cryptic message on Instagram about her Batwoman exit, which raises even more questions about why she is no longer a part of the CW show. Last week, it was reported that Ruby Rose was exiting Batwoman. It was also confirmed that her role will be recast for Season 2 of
Actress Ruby Rose is quitting her lead role on The CW’s Batwoman drama series after only one season, and the network will recast the iconic DC superhero for Season 2. Rose announced that she is not returning for Batwoman Season 2 in a statement released yesterday, according to Deadline: “I have made the very difficult
Actor Kurt Szarka played Slam Bradley on last night’s episode of Batwoman. Batwoman returned to The CW last night –after a mid-season break — with a new episode (Season 1, Episode 10), titled How Queer Everything Is Today. In the episode, Kate Kane/Batwoman (Ruby Rose) has an encounter with a hunky GCPD officer named Slam
Actor Greyston Holt plays Sophie Moore’s (Meagan Tandy) husband Tyler in the new superhero TV series Batwoman, which debuted on The CW last night. Holt first appeared in the closing scenes of last night’s episode after Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) as Batwoman rescued Sophie Moore (Meagan Tandy) from Alice (Rachel Skarsten) and the Wonderland Gang.
The CW has released a new trailer for the upcoming DC TV series Batwoman. It’s the latest in a long string of trailers — although it has a different feel than the previous promos. This trailer hinges on the impact Batman’s disappearance three years earlier had on the citizens of Gotham City. In voice-over, Kate
A new hero will be joining The CW’s Arrowverse line-up when the fall season starts: Batwoman! Batwoman showed up for the first time in last season’s Arrowverse crossover event “Elseworlds.” Fans’ positive feedback on that appearance and the strong pilot led The CW to pick up the show for the fall season. Before the premiere
The CW has released yet another teaser trailer for its upcoming Arrowverse series, Batwoman. This time, the clip features both hero Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) and Season 1 big bad Alice (Rachel Skarsten). The trailer looks to take place in Alice’s lair. Alice calls to Kate and declares “We’re all mad here.” It’s a line