The CW Cancels Batwoman After Three Seasons

Just one year after she debuted as the next Scarlet Knight, Ryan Wilder is officially hanging up her cape and cowl. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that The CW has cancelled Batwoman after three seasons on the network.

The now-final episode of the series aired last month and featured a cliffhanger ending that teased the arrival of a monstrous character from DC’s comic book universe. Unfortunately, the identity of the creature remains a mystery for now. Showrunner Caroline Dries also confirmed the show’s cancellation on Twitter earlier today. You can check out what she had to say below.

Batwoman premiered on The CW in 2019. Ruby Rose originally headlined the series as Kate Kane, who previously made her first appearance in the network’s Elseworlds crossover event a year earlier. Rose made history as the first openly gay superhero to appear on TV. But only two days after its first season ended, Rose announced her departure from the show. The producers subsequently cast Javicia Leslie as Ryan, who succeeded Kate as Gotham City’s new Batwoman.

News of the show’s cancellation comes amid reports that Warner Bros. Discovery and Paramount Global are thinking about selling The CW. Apparently, Nexstar (America’s largest TV station owner) is interested in buying the network. But for now, The CW is still developing other DC shows, including Gotham Knights.

Batwoman was dogged by controversy last fall after Rose accused some of her former co-stars and producers of inappropriate conduct, which she claimed was the reason she left the series. However, this prompted members of the cast and crew to issue their own statements, all of which claimed that Rose was actually fired from the show after several complaints arose regarding her own behavior. In any case, Rose hasn’t publicly addressed the issue in months.

How do you feel about The CW’s decision to cancel Batwoman? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

Recommended Reading: Batwoman: Elegy New Edition

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

View original article here Source