5/13/2019 0 Comments
The CW television network announced this week that superhero Batwoman will get their TV series. Soon, the first video announcement followed. This DC-even hero would embody an Australian model and actress Ruby Rose (John Wick: Chapter 2) who has already starred in last year's Elseworlds TV show during which she appeared in the Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl series episodes.
The Batwoman series will follow a superheroine who, following the disappearance of her mentor Batman, is trying to stop the threats to Gotham City - from street criminals to diabetic super defenders. Caroline Dries (Smallville, The Vampire Diaries) will lead the screenwriting team of the series. In addition to being the executive producer of the series, the comedy writer, film screenwriter and producer Geoff Johns (Aquaman, Wonder Woman 1984), a veteran of the Game of Thrones series David Nutter and the legendary TV producer Greg Berlanti.
It is precisely Berlanti the spiritual father of the so-called Arrowerse - the common TV universe of DC heroes whose construction began in 2012 with the superhero series Arrow. Under Berlinen's lead and in the acting performance of Stephen Amella, the second-class DC's super-hero Green Arrow was transformed into Batman's ersatz. The series's success brought The CW to a series of other superhero series, followed by The Flash (2014), Supergirl (2015), Legends of Tomorrow (2016) and Black Lightning (2018).
Although it is not yet clear exactly when Batwoman will arrive on small screens, it is assumed that he will join other DC's TV heroes in the fall of this year.