Kate Kane must come to her ex-girlfriend’s rescue in this new teaser for The CW’s Batwoman series, which premieres next month.
Batwoman will debut on October 6 on The CW.
The series will premiere on October 6
This week’s deals deliver a heavy dose of DC’s favorite crime-ridden city alongside two distinctly different tales of the weird.
Executive producer Caroline Dries explains that Batwoman’s long Gotham City nights won’t keep her from having girlfriends and lovers.
The CW has released a new poster for the upcoming series Batwoman featuring star Rachel Skarsten’s character Alice.
The man behind the Arrowverse explains what the original Crisis on Infinite Earths means to him.
The CW’s five-episode crossover adds Batman ’66 star Burt Ward to the impressive lineup of DC veterans returning for the event.
There’s also the possibility that Batman himself may appear…
The cast & crew assemble for a Q&A after the pilot screening!
Rose is busy filming an “ambitious episode.”
Batman Beyond, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, The Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones are just a few of the shows hitting Comic-Con!
Before Batwoman suits up for action this fall, Kate Kane is taking a joy ride in the latest teaser for the Arrowverse series.
Warner Bros. Television has announced its full lineup for Comic-Con 2019, including episode premieres, panels and more!
Fans won’t have to wait too much longer to see returning favorites like Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash and more back in action.
A new teaser for the forthcoming CW series suggests that Batwoman’s human alter ego isn’t afraid to stand up to authority.
Sawyer promises that The CW’s adaptation of the beloved comic storyline will be “the crossover to end all crossovers.”
Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and Batwoman will all take part in the upcoming CW crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Batwoman Begins in the first trailer for The CW’s upcoming series starring Ruby Rose as Kate Kane, the newest protector of Gotham City.
The series will be led by Ruby Rose
Ruby Rose’s Batwoman series is officially a go, as the Arrowverse expands to a fifth television series on The CW.