Lesbian Batwoman is coming to a TV near you

Lesbian Batwoman is coming to a TV near you

Today, it was reported that the CW was developing a Batwoman television series and fans have taken to social media to share their thoughts on the news. The character will also be a highly-trained street fighter and is in the middle of her fight against the resurgence of criminal's in the fictional city. "In a city desperate for a savior, Kate must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope". Dries has also worked with the network on shows such as Melrose Place and Smallville, another DC Comics property. Although the series is only in development, it will most likely be picked up based on how strong the popularity is for the CW's DC Comics-based shows. It will be written and co-executive-produced by Caroline Dries, best known as the executive producer of The Vampire Diaries. Batwoman was erased from the comics decades later, only to be rebirthed in the early 2000's as a homosexual hero herself.

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Prolific producer Greg Berlanti - who has overseen numerous CW shows, as well as hit film Love, Simon - will executive produce the new show. The character is set to be introduced during the annual Arrowverse crossover event this December, which was revealed back in May during the network's upfront presentation. The series is being developed by Warner Bros. It seems that the network is happy with how that all went down-and presumably with whomever was cast in the role-because now they're bringing a full-fledged Batwoman series to the screen.

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With Batwoman, the CW is following the strategy it used for The Flash, whose central character was introduced in a two-episode arc on Arrow in December 2013. "This is the first time ever that Batwoman will make a live-action appearance on any screen", Pedowitz said, adding that, along with Batwoman, the City of Gotham also will be added to the ever-expanding Arrowverse.

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DC Comics debuted Batwoman in the pages of Detective Comics #233 in 1956. Much like Batman, Batwoman is a wealthy crime fighter who chooses to use her money to build a crime-fighting empire.