The cable network plans to introduce the new character on a crossover event across three of its superhero shows, Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl. "But don't call her a hero yet", reads the show's synopsis. "In a city desperate for a savior, Kate must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope".
TVLine also reports the preference would be to find an actor between the ages of 25 and 29 who is lesbian, to accurately depict the Kate Kane from the DC Universe. "For the very first time appearing, we'll be fighting alongside Batwoman, which is terrific".
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Caroline Dries will serve as the writer and executive producer on the project. The character and her home turf of Gotham City will first be introduced to The CW audiences this December in a new Arrowverse crossover special. Batwoman was reestablished into existence in 2006 in the form of Kate Kane, a Jewish LBGTQ character, one of the first-openly gay characters in the DC universe.
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As an impassioned warrior, Batwoman soars high atop the streets of Gotham City as a proud lesbian and highly skilled fighter, ever ready and willing to take criminals to task. Geoff Johns, who recently stepped down as the head of DC Entertainment, will also executive produce through his Mad Ghost Productions banner. The role of Batwoman (aka Kate Kane) has yet to be cast, but this process will begin soon. With mentions of Oracle in past episodes of Arrow, will we eventually see the CW Network bring a disabled hero in to help the Batwoman fight crime? Could Batwoman be the potential bridge to Gotham, and perhaps even to the DC streaming service's upcoming Titans series led by former Robin Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites)?