Published: Wed, July 18, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Does CW’s Batwoman Series Mean Arrow Is About to Say Farewell?

Does CW’s Batwoman Series Mean Arrow Is About to Say Farewell?

The CW has put into development a television series centered on the famous DC Comics heroine from writer and executive producer Caroline Dries, who has worked on the network's Melrose Place, Smallville, and The Vampire Diaries. And knocking down a few outdated superhero paradigms in the process. But don't call her a hero yet.

Of all the members of the Bat-family, Batwoman is probably the most similar to Batman. Even so, the character (and Gotham City) is still going to make an appearance on the annual fall crossover between The Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl.

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Variety reports the network is developing a Batwoman TV show.

The first out gay superhero in the DC Comics lore after being reintroduced as a Jewish lesbian in 2006, Batwoman will now be the first gay lead character in a live-action superhero show. Berlanti and Schechter will produce via Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros.

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Kate Kane is an openly gay Gotham City heiress who decides to take up the vigilante mantle of Batwoman after being inspired by Batman.

Batwoman is expected to appear in an Arrowverse über-event this winter, though it's not clear which series will introduce her. And, while details are still scarce, CW president Mark Pedowitz said, "We are adding the city of Gotham into the Arrowverse". Batwoman was erased from the comics decades later, only to be rebirthed in the early 2000's as a homosexual hero herself. Once this happens, there will be two depictions of Gotham on two different networks, the other being Fox's Batman prequel series, Gotham. Supergirl, which airs on the CW, revealed in 2016 that the titular character's sister Alex Danvers is a lesbian, and appears to be casting a transgender character in its new season. Animated series Freedom Fighters: The Ray featured an openly gay male superhero, though while the character did make a live-action crossover into the Arrowverse, a full live-action series has yet to get a green light. Much like Batman, Batwoman is a wealthy crime fighter who chooses to use her money to build a crime-fighting empire.

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