Series overview
Season 12

Batwoman was renewed for a second season by The CW on January 7, 2020.[2] The shift to January being a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic affecting production.


Kate Kane never planned to be Gotham’s new vigilante, but with Batman missing and the city in despair, Kate has armed herself with a passion for social justice and an arsenal of high tech weapons, soaring through the shadowed streets of Gotham as Batwoman. At the end of the first season, Crows Commander Jacob Kane has declared a war on Batwoman, forcing everyone around them to choose sides. Meanwhile, Batwoman’s arch-nemesis Alice is focused on acquiring the one thing that can take down the Bat, pulling off her most devious plan yet with the help of Bruce Wayne’s former best friend Tommy Elliot, now terrorizing the city as the villain Hush. Season two kicks off with a major game-changer that will alter Gotham and The Bat Team forever. As the dust settles, Batwoman has everything working against her – including the recently escaped rogues’ gallery of villains – and everyone will come to see her in a whole new light. Alice meets her match when she becomes entangled with a dangerous foe from her past who knows exactly how to prey on her vulnerabilities. As Luke and Mary find their footing as sidekicks, a romance will shake up their dynamic. Meanwhile, Sophie and Julia’s budding relationship will face its first real test and make Sophie question everything she thought she knew to be true. [src]


Main cast

Recurring Cast

Confirmed plot points

  • There will be a crossover episode with Superman & Lois.[5]
  • The new character, who will take the mantle of Batwoman, will be inspired by the original but won't be necessarily the best person for the job at the beginning.[6]

Confirmed characters

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  • Ryan Wilder:


  • On May 19, Ruby Rose announced her departure from the series just two days after the conclusion of the first season finale. It was initially reported that the role of Kate Kane would be recast.[7] On June 2, it was announced that an entirely new character would be introduced to replace Ruby Rose's character as Batwoman. [3][6]


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