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"Batwoman: Tell Me The Truth"

The next episode of "Batwoman" is titled "Tell Me the Truth", directed by Michael Allowitz, airing November 17, 2019 oon The CW:

"...'Kate' (Ruby Rose) and 'Sophie' (Meagan Tandy) must reconcile with their past as Kate questions just how much she can trust her former lover.

"Then Kate and 'Luke' (Camrus Johnson) have an encounter with an old friend, while 'Mary' (Nicole Kang) grapples with the fate of the 'Kane' family as 'Catherine' (Elizabeth Anweis) seeks the help of 'Jacob'..."

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‘Batwoman 1×05: Mine is a Long and a Sad Tale’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Ruby Rose, Rachel Skarsten, Meagan Tandy, Nicole Kang, Camrus Johnson, Elizabeth Anweis, Dougray Scott | Created by Caroline Dries

Batwoman answers the questions we, and Kate, have been asking this whole (well four episodes) season…where did Beth go after the car accident and how did she become Alice?

Team Batwoman is investigating a serial killer famous for taking faces and skin from his victims. Kate has suspicions it’s Alice doing the murder so dressed as Batwoman, she tracks Alice down due to the tracking device she placed in Alice’s boyfriend’s body when he was being held captive last week. A fight ensues and Alice is captured, rather easily I might add. We find out later that it was all part of Alice’s plan to get captured and have “one on one” time with Kate. At this point, I love the character of Alice.

The connection
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"Batwoman: I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury"

The next episode of "Batwoman" is titled "I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury", directed by Scott Peters, airing November 10, 2019 on The CW:

"...a disturbing death has 'Gotham' reeling and the city reaches out for their new vigilante hero. 'Luke' (Camrus Johnson) confides in 'Kate' (Ruby Rose), while 'Sophie' (Meagan Tandy) asks 'Jacob' (Dougray Scott) for a special assignment.

"Then 'Alice' (Rachel Skarsten) continues her nefarious plot against the 'Kanes', with 'Catherine' (Elizabeth Anweis) being a conduit to part of her plan, as 'Batwoman' pays another visit to 'Mary' (Nicole Kang)..."

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New Batwoman 1×06 Photos Reveal Yet Another Batman Villain

Once again, I can’t stress enough how the Batwoman TV series couldn’t have debuted at a more opportune time. With Fox’s Gotham now a thing of the past, The CW are now free to use whatever Batman villains from the comic books they so choose. Well, I’m guessing a few are out of their reach, as Matt Reeves may want them saved for the silver screen, but that still leaves dozens of other evildoers at their fingertips.

For those keeping track, we’ve already met a pre-Hush Tommy Elliott and Magpie, with more familiars undoubtedly on the way. I’m just not counting Alice among their number, however, as she’s always been a contemporary for Kate Kane, and not the Dark Knight himself.

This time, it’s the Executioner who’s coming to the Arrowverse. Previously played by Michael Chiklis on Gotham, the torch will
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‘Batwoman 1×04: Who Are You?’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Ruby Rose, Rachel Skarsten, Meagan Tandy, Nicole Kang, Camrus Johnson, Elizabeth Anweis, Dougray Scott | Created by Caroline Dries

Batwoman is wasting no time introducing new villains and characters to the series and as a result, the city of Gotham is more alive than most background cities in shows. This week, we have a cat burglar, Magpie (Rachel Matthews), stealing famous jewels throughout the city. I’m disappointed it’s not Catwoman but I’m also glad they aren’t rushing things either. Kate still has Alice’s boyfriend (and fellow criminal) hanging in the Batcave and Kate’s interrogation tactics are obviously not working as she hasn’t been able to gain any secrets from him. To make things worse, his wounds have become infected while in the care of Batwoman and if she doesn’t take him to a doctor, he’s going to die. Who could help
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"Batwoman: Mine Is a Long And a Sad Tale"

Sneak Peek new footage, plus images from the "Batwoman" episode "Mine Is a Long And a Sad Tale", directed by Carl Seaton, airing November 3, 2019 on The CW:

"...'Alice' (Rachel Skarsten) takes 'Kate' (Ruby Rose) down the sad, winding road of her life in the days after the accident as 'Jacob' (Dougray Scott) and 'Sophie' (Meagan Tandy) attempt to track them.

"Then 'Mary' (Nicole Kang) has an argument with 'Catherine' (Elizabeth Anweis) which sends her looking for Kate at 'Wayne Tower', but instead she becomes unwelcome company for 'Luke' (Camrus Johnson)..."

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‘Nancy Drew,’ ‘Batwoman’ Get Full Season Orders at the CW

  • The Wrap
The CW has given full season pickups to both of its new fall dramas, the network announced on Friday.

Batwoman” and “Nancy Drew” have been picked up for nine additional episodes, bringing their first season totals to 22 each.

The pickups come relatively early for both shows, which just premiered earlier this month, but the network is touting their gains in delayed viewing, with “Batwoman” rising 80% among adults 18-49 and “Nancy Drew” growing 114%, according to Nielsen’s live-plus-seven numbers.

Also Read: 'The 100' Prequel Series in the Works at The CW

Batwoman” stars Ruby Rose as the caped superhero, the latest entry in the CW’s growing line-up of DC comics series. Dougray Scott, Meagan Tandy, Elizabeth Anweis, Nicole Kang and Camrus Johnson also star. Executive producers are Greg Berlanti, Caroline Dries, Geoff Johns and Sarah Schechter.

“Nancy Drew” is an updated take on the iconic teen sleuth, starring Kennedy McMann,
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‘Batwoman 1×03: Down, Down, Down’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Ruby Rose, Rachel Skarsten, Meagan Tandy, Nicole Kang, Camrus Johnson, Elizabeth Anweis, Dougray Scott | Created by Caroline Dries

Batwoman is a series that will either thrive or die based on the relationship between Alice and Kate. If the writers can continue to add layers to their relationship without moving into the over-dramatic field, this series could become a rarity for the CW Network…a superhero series that doesn’t fizzle after it’s second season. If the series becomes more like the Arrow and Flash shows with the same “Villain of the Week” issues, Batwoman will struggle.

Alice and Kate’s relationship is reminiscent of the relationships Batman has with several of his famous villains in the comic books. In the comic books, Batman, when he isn’t fighting them, he actually talks to them, even attempts to reason with them at times. The conversations usually end up in
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New Batwoman 1×05 Photos Tease Alice’s Origin

I don’t know about you, but I think the recently launched Batwoman TV series is getting better as it stretches on. Sure, the ratings may not be all that explosive, but The CW likely knows what to expect when airing something on Sunday nights. That said, this is a show that should’ve been placed on Monday or Wednesday, but I’m not the one in charge.

One thing in particular that makes this series compelling is how the first big bad to debut, Alice, is also essentially a supporting character to Kate Kane herself. I don’t mean to jump the gun here, but I could see her recurring in years to come, just as Eobard Thawne did over on The Flash, or how Malcolm Merlyn did likewise on Arrow.

Staying on the subject of Alice, it’s looking like we’ll finally learn much more about her
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Elizabeth Anweis

Maybe you are familiar with her, but perhaps you are not. If you are a fan of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’, you are likely familiar with her, as she portrays Casey Aguilar on the show. Fans of ‘Twin Peaks’ probably know her work also, because she played Abbie on the show. But if you haven’t tuned into one of those two programs, you may just be hearing her name for the first time. So, who is she? Elizabeth Anweis is an actress, writer, and director whose career is taking flight thanks to the two shows above. This multi-talented lady has much

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Elizabeth Anweis
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‘Batwoman 1×02: The Rabbit Hole’ Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Ruby Rose, Rachel Skarsten, Meagan Tandy, Nicole Kang, Camrus Johnson, Elizabeth Anweis, Dougray Scott | Created by Caroline Dries

You may know me from my weekly review of Black Lightning (also on the CW network) but being an avid Batman fan, both comics and film, I was interested when a Batwoman television series was announced. I have no expectations for this series so let’s take it one week at a time because no one wants to read a review, much less watch the series, if this follows the downward spiral of the Arrow series.

What Happened This Week?

The episode’s theme this week is the truth and how we each interpret the truth. Kate Kane is searching for the truth regarding Alice, the new criminal mastermind of Gotham, and whether she really is Kate’s long-lost sister or an imposter playing mind games. Kate still has Alice’s
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Magpie Arrives In New Batwoman 1×04 Synopsis

Despite having some of its detractors, I’d say the new Batwoman TV series is off to a decent start. The pilot episode may not have been perfect, but it was far from being terrible, at least in my view. And if last night’s episode, “The Rabbit Hole,” proved anything, it’s that this show is starting to hit its stride. At the very least, it confirmed that Wonder Woman exists in the Arrowverse.

So, even while we await Hush’s arrival in the next episode to air, it certainly won’t hurt us to look beyond that. As you may have heard, yet another familiar Batman villain, Magpie, will pop up in the adventure to follow. And though she was entirely absent from the gallery of images promoting “Who Are You?,” the femme fatale will most certainly be showing up.

Strangely enough, Magpie is merely hinted at in the official synopsis,
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"Batwoman: Down, Down, Down" - New Footage

The new "Batwoman" episode "Down, Down, Down", directed by Dermott Downs, airs October 20, 2019 on The CW:

"...goodbye to the Bat as the city waits impatiently for another visit from who they think is 'Batman', while 'Alice' (Rachel Skarsten) continues to taunt 'Kate' (Ruby Rose) with a secret but also sets her sights on 'Jacob' (Dougray Scott) and 'Catherine' (Elizabeth Anweis).

"Then Kate is visited by 'Tommy Elliot' (Gabriel Mann), a childhood friend of her cousin who has finally realized his lifelong dream of being wealthier than 'Bruce Wayne' and throws a party so all of 'Gotham' can celebrate his success.

"'Mary' (Nicole Kang) gets an unexpected new bestie when 'Sophie' (Meagan Tandy) is assigned to protect her. 'Luke' (Camrus Johnson) and Kate work together to uncover who may have taken a valuable weapon from Batman's arsenal. 

"And as Batwoman faces a new enemy,
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Batwoman Cast Dishes: Who Has a Beef With Batman? Who Is Kate's Opposite? And Who Is the Goodest of the Good?

Now that Batwoman‘s Gothamites have made their very first impressions, let’s take a bit deeper look at Kate Kane’s circle of friends and family.

Coming off of the Arrowverse newbie’s premiere and heading into Week 2 (airing Sunday at 8/7c on The CW), TVLine presents this round-up Q&a with Scotsman Dougray Scott (who plays Jacob Kane), Meagan Tandy (Sophie Moore), Camrus Johnson (Luke Fox), Elizabeth Anweis (Catherine Hamilton-Kane) and Nicole Kang (Mary Hamilton).

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TV Review: Batwoman: Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot [The CW, Nycc 2019]

  • Film-Book
Nycc 2019 Batwoman Pilot Review Batwoman pilot episode TV show review from the 2019 New York Comic Con, a show created by Caroline Dries and starring Ruby RoseMeagan Tandy, Rachel Skarsten, Camrus JohnsonElizabeth AnweisDougray ScottSam LittlefieldNicole Kang, and Brendon Zub. Superhero history shows that our favorite characters evolve through time to be what audiences need them to [...]

Continue reading: TV Review: Batwoman: Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot [The CW, Nycc 2019]
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Batwoman: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two on The CW?

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Will this new caped crusader prevail? Has the Batwoman TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on The CW? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Batwoman, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  

What's This TV Show About?

Airing on The CW television network, Batwoman stars Ruby Rose, Meagan Tandy, Camrus Johnson, Nicole Kang, Rachel Skarsten, Dougray Scott, and Elizabeth Anweis. The show is based on the DC Comics character and revolves around Kate Kane (Rose), a strong woman who never planned to be Gotham's new vigilante. After a dishonorable discharge from military school and years of brutal survival training, Kate returns home to Gotham City when the Alice in Wonderland gang targets
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‘Batwoman 1×01: Pilot’ Review

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Stars: Ruby Rose, Rachel Skarsten, Meagan Tandy, Nicole Kang—Mary Hamilton, Camrus Johnson, Elizabeth Anweis, Dougray Scott | Created by Caroline Dries

You may know me from my weekly review of Black Lightning (also on the CW network) but being an avid Batman fan, both comics and film, I was interested when a Batwoman television series was announced. I have no expectations for this series so let’s take it one week at a time because no one wants to read a review, much less watch the series, if this follows the downward spiral of the Arrow series.

What Happened This Week?

Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) is introduced to us as she is shackled and trapped in a pond that is iced over as she is desperately running out of air. Just before hope is gone, she unlocks the shackles from her foot and uses them as a tool to punch through the ice,
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"Batwoman" - New Footage

From VancouverFilm.Net, take a look at more new footage, plus images from the upcoming live-action, DC Comics TV series adaptation, "Batwoman", starring Ruby Rose ("Orange Is The New Black") as costumed crime-fighter 'Kate Kane', premiering October 6, 2019 on The CW:

"...'Kate Kane' (Ruby Rose) never planned to be the new 'Gotham' crime-fighting vigilante. Three years after 'Batman' mysteriously disappeared, Gotham is a city in despair.

"Without the 'Caped Crusader', the 'Gotham City Police Department' was overrun and outgunned by criminal gangs. Enter 'Jacob Kane' (Dougray Scott) and his military-grade 'Crows Private Security', which now protects the city with omnipresent firepower and militia.

"Years before, Jacob's first wife and daughter were killed in the crossfire of Gotham crime. He sent his only surviving daughter, 'Kate Kane' away from Gotham for her safety.

"After a dishonorable discharge from military school and years of brutal survival training,
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Batwoman: Season One Ratings

Over the past seven years, The CW has introduced several DC Comics-inspired TV series and the network hasn't cancelled any of them. Will Batwoman, The CW's second female superhero series, be a success? Will Batwoman be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.

An action mystery series, Batwoman stars Ruby Rose, Meagan Tandy, Camrus Johnson, Nicole Kang, Rachel Skarsten, Dougray Scott, and Elizabeth Anweis. The show is based on the DC Comics character and revolves around Kate Kane (Rose), a strong woman who never planned to be Gotham's new vigilante. After a dishonorable discharge from military school and years of brutal survival training, Kate returns home to Gotham City when the Alice in Wonderland gang targets her father, Jacob Kane (Scott), and his security firm. They kidnap his best Crow officer, Kate's ex-girlfriend Sophie Moore (Tandy). In order to help her family and her city, she
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Hush Arrives In New Batwoman 1×03 Photos

Just last night, The CW kicked off its fall season with the premieres of both Batwoman and Supergirl. Though the latter had its moments, I was ultimately lukewarm toward it. When it came to the Kate Kane’s big debut, however, I was satisfied for the most part. The pilot wasn’t perfect, don’t get me wrong, but it was far from being a stinker.

From here, I believe (and hope) that Batwoman will only continue improving upon the foundation already laid. After all, it’s not often that pilot episodes are the best offerings in inaugural seasons, so I’m remaining very optimistic. I think one would have to try to fail with this show.

If anything should get DC fans hyped for what’s on the horizon, that’ll be the live action debut of Hush set to occur in just under two weeks. Though a teenage
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