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The cast of the CW drama Batwoman continues to grow with the recent casting announcement for actor Nick Creegan. The series, which is based on DC Comics’ iconic character, will be back for a third season in 2020 and has been renewed through 2022.
The release of Batwoman Season 3:
However, that’s not the only good news “Batwoman” fans have received, because we already know when, exactly, Season 3 will debut! After revealing its full fall schedule in May, The CW announced its fall premiere dates in June.
The cast of Batwoman Season 3:
Deadline is reporting that Nick Creegan has booked his own role as a series regular in the upcoming season.
- Javicia Leslie as Ryan Wilder / Batwoman
- Rachel Skarsten as Beth Kane / Alice
- Nick Creegan as Marquis Jet
- Meagan Tandy as Sophie Moore
- Nicole Kang as Mary Hamilton
- Camrus Johnson as Luke Fox / Batwing
- Robin Givens as Jada Jet
- Victoria Cartagena as Renee Montoya
The Plot of Batwoman Season 3:
The Plot of Batwoman Season will reportedly center on The Alice in Wonderland journey of the titular character, starting with her awakening from a coma and finding herself back home. Batwoman began production today at Warner Bros Studios Canada in Burnaby, BC with filming beginning tomorrow for nine weeks.
The plot centers on an out lesbian Gotham City police officer who’s also known as “Bridget Kate Kane,” or simply just Batwoman (Ruby Rose). The show follows Rachel Skarsten as Beth Kane / Alice and Jenna Dewan Tatum as Sophie Moore.
Nick Creegan joins the cast of Batwoman Season 3:
Nick Creegan joins the cast for his role as Marquis The Social Media King. A recent casting report for Batwoman Season 3 revealed Marquis has a hidden trauma from an encounter with one of Batman’s rogues, leading him to “delight in the suffering and terror of others.
” His mother Jada Jet, the CEO of Jet Industries, is being played by Robin Givens and is described as a “passionate and hard-working [woman] who has worked her way through life’s ups and downs to climb her way to the top — all while being extremely protective over her impetuous son.”