The CW Cancels ‘Batwoman’ After Three Seasons

Julia
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Well, Bat fam, the news we never wanted to hear has happened. The CW has cancelled Batwoman after three seasons. The news initially dropped when showrunner Caroline Dries tweeted a statement that the show wouldn’t return.

Batwoman first premiered on The CW in 2019, with Ruby Rose leading the charge as Kate Kane/Batwoman. After the season ended, Rose exited the show, and Javicia Leslie stepped into the role. However, a brand new character was created for Leslie, as season 2 introduced her as Ryan Wilder, who eventually took up the Batwoman mantle.

Throughout the show’s most recent third season, viewers were treated to seeing Mary (Nicole Kang) become a new iteration of Poison Ivy, while Luke (Camrus Johnson) donned a suit of his own to become Batwing. Meanwhile, Nick Creegan, who played Ryan’s brother Marquis, also had the chance to bring his own spin to The Joker. Along with the mentioned cast, season 3 also starred Meagan Tandy, Rachel Skarsten, Robin Givens, and Victoria Cartagena.

Batwoman seasons 1 and 2 are available to stream on HBO Max. Season 3 is currently available on The CW app and cwtv.com. Find all our coverage on the show here.

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Julia is a writer/editor/content assistant for Nerds who joined the team in 2019.
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