BATWOMAN Character Breakdown And Details On When We'll See Her Debut In The ARROWVERSE Crossover

BATWOMAN Character Breakdown And Details On When We'll See Her Debut In The ARROWVERSE Crossover

BATWOMAN Character Breakdown And Details On When We'll See Her Debut In The ARROWVERSE Crossover

We found out yesterday that Batwoman would be getting her own series after she debuts in the upcoming Arrowverse crossover event, and now we know which episodes we'll see her in. Click on for more details.

Following on from the news that Batwoman will be getting her own series, we have some new details on the character, what The CW is looking for in an actress to play her, and when we can expect to see her debut.

Firstly, TV Line has heard that an out lesbian actress of open ethnicity age 25 to 29 is being sought for the role - although neither The CW or Warner Bros. has confirmed this.

Next, That Hashtag Show has come across a detailed character breakdown, which will give fans a much better idea of what to expect from this small-screen take on Kate Kane:


"Kate is fully aware of how bad-ass she is whenever she enters a room, even though she prefers to put a smile on your face. Young Ms. Kane is physically and intellectually confident while being a woman who is proud to be openly gay. However, Kate still deals with her inner demons that go back to her history with her dad. Their relationship is quite complicated as she struggles to get praise from him. She once aspired to have a successful military career, but those dreams sadly came to an end as she was kicked out of West Point once she came out of the closet. But that didn’t stop her from becoming the crime-fighting vigilante known as Batwoman.

Striking fear into the criminals she fights, Kate is someone who must also fight the complications of living a double life, both as a citizen and hero of Gotham. While she has her shield up when fighting criminals, she lets herself be vulnerable when dating women."

The site has also revealed that Kane will appear in the ninth episodes of Supergirl, Arrow, and The Flash during the big crossover event. For unknown reasons, Legends of Tomorrow is being excluded from this year's crossover, which is set to air in December.

The Batwoman spin-off will be written by Caroline Dries, who is also executive producing alongside Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and Geoff Johns.
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