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Today, The CW cast Ruby Rose as their Batwoman for a crossover event between their Arrowverse shows – Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – this season. Yesterday, CW President Mark Pedowitz spoke to the Television Critics Association. While he didn’t share this news then, this announcement puts yesterday’s Batwoman talk in perspective.

Find out what the plans are for Batwoman to have her own series and how the crossover will introduce her below.

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Ruby Rose will be The CW’s Batwoman. In a piece of pitch-perfect casting, the gender-fluid and openly gay actress will be playing the lesbian caped crusader in The CW’s ever-expanding Arrowverse.

Rose is set to first don Kate Kane’s mask and fiery red wig in this fall’s Arrowverse crossover event before headlining her own solo series currently in development at the network.

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Arrowverse Comic-Con 2018 Trailers

San Diego Comic-Con is over, and with it came a sneak peek at what fans can expect from the new seasons of The CW’s DC Comics television universe. The Flash, Supergirl, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lightning were all on hand to give a look at what’s in store for all these superheroes, and you can watch the trailers for each of the shows below, as well as get some new information about what’s coming up for them in their new seasons. Read More »

nicole maines Transgender Superhero

With the casting of transgender activist and actress Nicole Maines in season 4 of Supergirl as Nia Nal, history is being made. Maines will become the first transgender superhero in the history of television.

Known mostly for being an activist, Maines is no stranger to appearing in TV or film. She appeared in a guest-starring role in a 2015 episode of Royal Pains. On the documentary side, Maines was one of many people profiled in HBO’s The Trans List. This past summer, Maines wrapped production as Laurel in the Brad Michael Elmore-directed Bit.

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Looks like lesbian superhero Kate Kane will be getting more than just a brief Arrow-verse cameo.

Following the exciting reports that Batwoman would be making her Arrow-verse debut in the upcoming crossover event between Greg Berlanti‘s CW superhero shows, we’ve learned that the network is developing a full-fledged Batwoman series.

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The CW Fall 2018

The CW Fall 2018 TV slate has been revealed, and the network has released a couple of new trailers and synopses for their upcoming shows. Check out trailers for the Charmed reboot, a new show based on the high school drama of a real NFL football player with All American, and a description of an upcoming spin-off of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals called Legacies. Read More »

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Batwoman is making her small-screen debut. A Batwoman CW appearance will take place in the next Arrowverse crossover event between the CW DC superhero shows Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl. Fingers crossed it’s another musical.

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Renewed and Canceled 2018 canceled TV shows TV Shows 2018

Spring may usually signal the coming of new life, but in TV land, it means a lot of shows will meet their deaths. This past week alone has seen the cancellation of a whopping 25 shows across the five major networks. And as network TV mulls over the fate of a few TV series ahead of TV upfronts season — the annual event where major networks ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and The CW present their new and improved shows to advertisers — there will still be a few more 2018 TV shows canceled and renewed.

We’ll be keeping tabs on all the shows that will get the axe, and a few more that are miraculously saved. Below, see our running list of the 2018 canceled TV shows and which shows are coming back.

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A ‘Roswell’ Reboot Has Been Ordered By The CW

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The CW is officially taking us back to Roswell High School. The broadcast network best known for its slate of popular DC superhero shows, surprisingly sharp comedies, and edgy teen soaps has given a pilot order for the Roswell reboot, which will revive the popular ’90s science-fiction series with an “immigration twist.” Read More »

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No TV shows will ever die. They will be resuscitated by networks again and again, until they’re only empty husks of their former selves, all goodwill forgotten. But in the meanwhile, at least we get some feminist reboots of our favorite ’80s and ’90s shows!

Below, see some of the latest TV series to get a nostalgic reboot.

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