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Batwoman trivia: 57 amazing fact about the upcoming TV series!

Batwoman will be the latest superhero to have her own show and become a part of the Arrowverse. She has made already her small screen debut in the 2018 crossover “Elseworlds”.

So let’s dive into some trivia and facts about the upcoming show!

  1. Batwoman is an upcoming American superhero television series
  2. It is developed by Caroline Dries and Greg Berlanti
  3. It is based on the DC Comics character Kate Kane / Batwoman
  4. A costumed crime-fighter created by Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, and Keith Giffen
  5. The series is set in the Arrowverse
  6. Sharing continuity with the other television series of the universe
  7. It is scheduled to air on The CW
  8. There it will air on Sunday nights
  9. In May 2018, it was announced that Batwoman would appear in “Elseworlds”, the Arrowverse series’ 2018 crossover
  10. With an announcement two months later that a series centered on the character was in development from Dries
  11. In January 2019, the series received a pilot order from the CW, to be considered for a series order in the 2019–20 television season
  12. By the end of the month, Meagan Tandy, Camrus Johnson, and Nicole Kang had been cast to appear alongside Rose in the pilot
  13. The show was picked up to series in May 2019
  14. The series is set to debut on October 6, 2019
  15. Set in a timeline where Batman has abandoned Gotham City, Kate Kane, Bruce Wayne’s cousin, must overcome her demons in order to protect the streets as Batwoman
  16. And become a symbol of hope
  17. In May 2018, The CW president Mark Pedowitz and Arrow lead Stephen Amell announced at The CW’s upfront presentation that Batwoman would be introduced in the Arrowverse series’ 2018 crossover, “Elseworlds”
  18. Which aired in December 2018
  19. Fighting alongside the other Arrowverse heroes, with Gotham City also appearing
  20. In July 2018, it was reported that the CW was planning to develop a series around the character
  21. To air in 2019 if picked up
  22. The series, said to only be a “script-development deal”
  23. It was written by Caroline Dries
  24. Who would also serve as an executive producer with Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schecter, and the character’s co-creator Geoff Johns
  25. The series would be produced by Berlanti Productions and Mad Ghost Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television
  26. The following month, Pedowitz noted the pilot would be completed “for mid-season”
  27. In December 2018, Dries submitted a “strong” script for a potential pilot episode, according to Nellie Andreeva of Deadline Hollywood
  28. That led to the series receiving a pilot order from the CW the next month
  29. To be considered for a series order in the 2019–20 television season
  30. As of April 2019, the series was considered “a lock” at The CW
  31. And reportedly had a writing staff in place
  32. On May 7, 2019, The CW ordered the show to series
  33. Casting for Kate Kane was expected to begin after the announcement of the intended series in May 2018
  34. With the intention of casting an out lesbian actress
  35. In August, Ruby Rose was cast as Kate Kane/Batwoman
  36. In late January 2019, Meagan Tandy, Camrus Johnson, and Nicole Kang were cast in the series regular roles as Sophie Moore, Luke Fox, and Mary Hamilton, respectively
  37. This was followed shortly by the casting of Rachel Skarsten as Alice, Dougray Scott as Jacob Kane and Elizabeth Anweis as Catherine Hamilton-Kane
  38. The casting of Ruby Rose as Batwoman was met by backlash on social media and received intense criticism
  39. DC Comics, which owns the rights to the longtime comic book superheroine Batwoman, reintroduced the character in 2006 as a lesbian of Jewish descent
  40. Some online commenters attacked Rose for not being Jewish
  41. While the main focus of the criticism was the assertion that the fact she identifies as gender fluid made her “not gay enough”
  42. Ruby Rose left Twitter and deactivated public commenting on her Instagram account following the backlash
  43. Production on the pilot episode began on March 4 and concluded on March 25, 2019, in Vancouver, British Columbia
  44. Additional filming took place in Chicago, Illinois
  45. David Nutter had been chosen to serve as director and executive producer on the pilot in January 2019
  46. But by mid-February, left the project for personal reasons
  47. Nutter remained an executive producer on the episode
  48. With Marcos Siega replacing him as director and also serving as an executive producer
  49. Filming for the rest of the season began on July 4 and is scheduled to conclude on December 2, 2019
  50. On May 16, 2019, The CW released the first official trailer for the series
  51. The trailer received a negative reaction on YouTube
  52. With viewers accusing it of an overemphasis on feminism
  53. The trailer received 64,000 “likes” compared to 241,000 “dislikes” by May 21, 2019
  54. Comic Book compared the backlash against a perceived agenda to that suffered by 2019’s Captain Marvel and its actress Brie Larson
  55. Alex Dalbey of The Daily Dot noted how the trailer received a range of angry reactions
  56. But nonetheless felt that criticism of the trailer’s focus on the protagonist being a woman was valid
  57. Which she found to be “forced” and “hamfisted” via the dialogue and choice of song


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