The infamous Batwoman will finally get her own tv series
You can feel the Comic-Con that approach ? With all the news that we will sway Warner and DC, we hope it’s going to keep something to reveal to us this weekend. Because here, with Batwoman, they reveal still a big thing.
If Warner and DC seem to be trying all out to the cinema, leaves from in weird directions, on television things are very different. Indeed, on the small screen, their universe is well installed, it works, it is enriched with several series, and others will arrive. Obviously, their streaming platform dedicated to, DC Universe, should change a lot of things, but they can also count on the CW, which multiplies the projects.
Arrow, ready to make a new friend
And like every year, in December, there will be a big crossover between Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl. Except this time, it will be necessary to add Batwoman, as Stephen Amell had revealed in may last. An ad that comes to confirm the patron of the CW, Mark Pedowitz, explaining recently that the casting of the actress was going to be released.
But this is not all because in the wake of this, he also said that Batwoman would soon be entitled to his own tv series, in the spirit of other securities of the chain, of course, and that it would be produced by the staple of Greg Berlanti. And there is even a small grip on what awaits us :
Kate Kane, the Batwoman
“Army of her passion for social justice and a certain gift to say what she thinks, Kate Kane runs through the streets of Gotham under the name of Batwoman, a lesbian assumed and a fighter outside the pair decided to against the rise in power of the crime in the city. But do not treat even heroin. In a city that has need of a savior, Kate must overcome his own demons to become the new symbol of hope.”
So yes, it makes a little pinball as a summary with her tone so young s forced but the series will have its importance. Already because DC goes to the page, and capitalizes on the social fight that took place at this time as soon as one speaks of the representation of gender and sexual orientation on the screen. Developing a series around a character openly lesbian, the studio takes the lead. And we cross our fingers for this to be done with respect and ingenuity, and not as a trick to big redneck,”A new heroine who prefers to Wimbledon to Roland Garros“. This type of bullshit…