Batwoman seeks justice for Gotham City.


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Series cast summary:
Camrus Johnson ...  Luke Fox 31 episodes, 2019-2021
Rachel Skarsten ...  Alice / ... 30 episodes, 2019-2021
Meagan Tandy ...  Sophie Moore 30 episodes, 2019-2021
Nicole Kang ...  Mary Hamilton 30 episodes, 2019-2021
Dougray Scott ...  Colonel Jacob Kane 30 episodes, 2019-2021
Ruby Rose ...  Kate Kane / ... 20 episodes, 2019-2020
Rachel Maddow ...  Vesper Fairchild 20 episodes, 2019-2021
Sam Littlefield ...  Mouse 15 episodes, 2019-2021

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Ryan Wilder, armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, a lesbian and highly trained street fighter primed to snuff out the failing city's criminal resurgence. But don't call her a hero yet. In a city desperate for a savior, Ryan must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope.

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Did You Know?


In the comics, Kate Kane/Batwoman was romantically involved with Maggie Sawyer. Maggie was played by Floriana Lima on Supergirl (2015). The characters became engaged in the comics but DC vetoed their wedding, and the writers left the "Batwoman" title in protest. See more »


Batwoman clearly has black paint around her eyes whenever she wears the cowl. But whenever she takes the cowl off, there's never any paint around her eyes. This happens in several episodes and is common amongst many superhero/comic book shows with masked characters. See more »

Crazy Credits

The Warner Bros and DC Comics logos are colored red and black (Batwoman's colours), are set in Gotham City and have bats flying around. See more »

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Stereotyped character
7 October 2019 | by codygdietrichSee all my reviews

She is a biker lesbian with short hair, Ramones t-shirt and possible anger issues. Could they have put anymore stereotypes into one character? I felt like they drop you into the middle of a story. There is so much back story about her family, her ex-girlfriend, her personal life, Bruce Wayne/Batman and Gotham that isn't discussed. Not to mention that security guard seems to know a little too much.

Bottom line the storyline felt rushed and the character seems to be a walking lesbian stereotype from the 80s. As a huge Batman fan I was excited to see this as a member of the LGBT community I'm concerned where it is going to head when it opens with a lesbian character defined by such close-minded stereotypes. Hopefully it joins us in the 21st century where a women knowing martial arts and ridding a motorcycle doesn't make her a lesbian.

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6 October 2019 (USA) See more »

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