Ruby Rose’s lesbian Batwoman gets her own show on the CW
The CW has ordered Batwoman to series. A pilot for the series was ordered in January, but no details were released as yet about when the show will air. A teaser posted on Tuesday (May 7) on the Twitter page for the show only indicates a cryptic “coming soon.”
— Batwoman (@CWBatwoman) May 8, 2019 The DC Comics out lesbian superhero—the first openly LGBT+ live-action superhero to lead its own show—is played by Orange is the New Black star Ruby Rose, who identifies as lesbian and gender fluid. The Australian actress made a successful debut as Kate Kane in December’s CW “Elseworlds” crossover event. The crossover event also featured The Flash‘s Barry Allen, Arrow‘s Oliver Queen and Supergirl’s alter ego Kara Danvers, whom fans have already identified as a possible partner for Batwoman. Ruby Rose will have the chance to ensure that Batwoman gets a full series (The CW) Some Batwoman fans excitedly reacted to the news. “I’ve been looking forward to this since the crossover, Kate Kane is my favorite superhero and Ruby Rose did an awesome job. Rock on #Batwoman,” one person wrote on Twitter. The
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