The Batwoman Season 3 will release very soon. This season will feature Batwoman, Batwing, and Batwoman’s mother as the main characters. For those who are wondering what to expect from Batwoman Season 3, we have got you covered! In this blog post, we’ll discuss a summary of the trailer for Batwomen Season 3 and provide spoilers where appropriate–so read at your own risk!
Batwoman Season will also feature Batwoman’s mother, who is the main antagonist of this season. Batwing and Batwoman’s relationship at Batcave has been strained for some time now–so it’ll be interesting to see how Batwing reacts when he finds out that his father was killed by Batwoman in the act of misguided vengeance.
About “The Batwoman Season 3”
Caroline Dries created Batwoman, an American superhero television series for The CW. It is part of the Arrowverse universe and is based on the DC Comics character of the same name. The first season features Kate Kane, Bruce Wayne’s cousin who takes on the role of Batwoman while he is away. Beginning with the second season, the series follows former prisoner Ryan Wilder as she takes on the role of Batwoman to safeguard Gotham City.
— Go Hollywood (@gohollywoodorg) August 10, 2021
After it was revealed that Kate would feature in the Arrowverse crossover “Elseworlds,” development on a Batwoman series began in 2018. The following year, Ruby Rose was cast as Kate, and Batwoman was ordered to series in 2019. Rose left the show shortly after the first season ended, and Javicia Leslie was cast as Ryan, a unique character developed to take Kate’s place.
The first season of the show started on October 6, 2019, and ended on May 17, 2020, with 20 episodes. A third season has been commissioned, with the second season premiering on January 17, 2021. On October 13, 2021, the third season will debut.
- Ruby Rose as Kate Kane/Batwoman (season 1)
- Rachel Skarsten as Beth Kane/Alice
- Meagan Tandy as Sophie Moore
- Nicole Kangas Mary Hamilton
- Camrus Johnson as Luke Fox
- Elizabeth Anweis as Catherine Hamilton-Kane (season 1)
- Dougray Scott as Jacob Kane (seasons 1-2)
- LaMonica Garrett as Mar Novu/The Monitor (season 1) and Mobius/Anti-Monitor (season 1)
- Javicia Leslie as Ryan Wilder/Batwoman (season 2-present)
- Robin Givens as Jada Jet (season 3)
- Victoria Cartagena as Renee Montoya (season 3)
- Nick Creegan as Marquis Jet (season 3)
Batwing and Batwoman’s relationship at Batcave has been strained for some time now, so it’ll be interesting to see how Batwing reacts when he finds out that his father was killed by Batwoman in the act of misguided vengeance.
In Season One, we watched Gotham City descend into chaos after its protector, Detective Gordon, is shot, leaving Batwoman to defend an entire city on her own. Batwing has already been captured by Batgirl, and we can’t wait for Batwoman’s showdown with the former Batgirl and now, Captain Boomerang.
In Season Two, The Daughters of Gotham are born from a dark rite overseen by Alice; but Batwoman is still in control of most of them as they fight their way across the island that houses Arkham Asylum. We’ll see how long she lasts against this new threat!–especially when it comes time to deal with Mary Elizabeth Kane, aka Mad Hatter!
We’re so excited for Batwoman Season Three; stay tuned for updates about who will be starring alongside Ruby Rose! With such great talent set to join us.
The trailer teased a lot about the upcoming plot–including flashbacks with Batman as well! It seems like Bruce Wayne may have left clues behind for Batwoman on how to defeat her momma! Stay tuned for more updates!–and watch our social media channels too! We’ll keep you updated regularly with spoilers and important Batwoman updates.
In other Season 3 casting news, Dougray Scott, who plays Kate Kane’s imprisoned father Jacob, will not be returning next season, as previously reported. As you may recall, Black Mask (Peter Outerbridge) arranged Jacob’s arrest and transfer to a facility in National City Metropolis for aiding and abetting Alice.