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Batwoman Boss Teases Ryan's Potential Family, Alice's Crisis and a Secret Poison Ivy Twist in Season 3

Batwoman Boss Teases Ryan's Potential Family, Alice's Crisis and a Secret Poison Ivy Twist in Season 3
Batwoman’s Ryan Wilder finally got her life together, but now it looks like her troubles are only just beginning.

As you’ll recall, Ryan (played by Javicia Leslie) was released from parole, moved out of her van and finally accepted the Batwoman mantle as her own, following a heart-to-heart with Kate Kane. Then, during Ryan’s season-ending visit to Arkham Asylum, Alice dropped the bombshell that her frenemy’s birth mother was still very much alive. Season 3 of the Arrowverse series, premiering Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 9/8c on The CW, will tackle the fallout from that reveal.

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Batwoman Casts Bridget Regan to Play Villain Poison Ivy in Season 3

Batwoman Casts Bridget Regan to Play Villain Poison Ivy in Season 3
After raising hell on Jane the Virgin, Bridget Regan is returning to The CW by way of Gotham City.

The actress has been tapped to play Pamela Isley, aka Poison Ivy, when Batwoman returns for Season 3 this fall. A former botany student at Gotham University, Isley is described as a “passionate, brilliant scientist with a mind for changing the world for the better.”

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‘Batwoman’: Bridget Regan To Play Poison Ivy In Season 3 Of CW Drama

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‘Batwoman’: Bridget Regan To Play Poison Ivy In Season 3  Of CW Drama
The CW’s Batwoman has tapped Bridget Regan to play Pamela Isley, aka Poison Ivy, for the drama series’ upcoming third season opposite star Javicia Leslie.

Regan will recur as the former botany student of Gotham University, a passionate, brilliant scientist with a mind for changing the world for the better. Pamela’s plans shifted when she was experimented on by a colleague and injected with various plant toxins that turned her into the infamous Batman villain Poison Ivy. With a formidable power coursing through her veins, Pamela used her powers to do what she thought was right … even if Batman and those closest to her disagreed with her dangerous methods. Now effectively wiped off the board for years, Batwoman and the Bat Team must prepare themselves for Poison Ivy to return with a vengeance.

She joins recently announced cast members Nick Creegan and Victoria Caragena, who will appear as Marquis Jet and Renee Montoya,
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Batwoman Season 3: Batwing, New Gotham Villains, Promise Wild Year

Batwoman Season 3: Batwing, New Gotham Villains, Promise Wild Year
Batwoman‘s second season had a lot of ground to cover following the departure of Ruby Rose as Kate Kane post-Season 1. Let’s recap! Season 2 introduced Ryan Wilder (Javicia Leslie) as the new titular hero with Ryan finding the Batsuit among the wreckage of Kate Kane’s crashed plane. From there, she decides to use the suit to get justice for her adoptive mother’s death. Mary and Luke let Ryan keep the suit warm and keep the city safe while they wait for Kate to return, eventually growing into a tight team of their own.

Season 2 had to ask the question: what happened to Kate Kane? And devoted much of its top half exploring the answer. Kate was presumed dead after the plane crash, then thought to be Safiyah’s captive, then presumed dead again, until it was ultimately revealed that she was brainwashed by Roman Sionis to believe she was his late daughter,
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Batwoman Season 3 Adds Law & Order: Organized Crime's Nick Creegan — Is His 'Sexy Playboy' Related to [Spoiler]?

Batwoman Season 3 Adds Law & Order: Organized Crime's Nick Creegan — Is His 'Sexy Playboy' Related to [Spoiler]?
Batwoman’s third season is starting to look like a real family affair.

Law & Order: Organized Crime’s Nick Creegan is joining the cast as a series regular for Season 3, our sister site Deadline reports. He is set to play Marquis Jet, business tycoon Jada Jet’s (Robin Givens) son — and thus, possibly, Ryan Wilder’s (Javicia Leslie) brother.

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As you’ll recall,
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‘Batwoman’: Nick Creegan Joins Season 3 As New Series Regular

‘Batwoman’: Nick Creegan Joins Season 3 As New Series Regular
Exclusive: Another new character is heading to Gotham for the third season of Batwoman. Nick Creegan has been cast as a new series regular opposite Javicia Leslie in the CW drama series.

Creegan will play Marquis Jet. A sexy playboy who grew up in a lavish lifestyle, Marquis is too charming for his own good and wields his power with a ne’er do well attitude. He views life as one big joke and that sense of recklessness has a tendency to clash horribly with his no-nonsense mother Jada Jet. When he meets Ryan (Leslie), he sees in her a like-minded young go-getter who like him is just waiting for the right opportunity to make his mark on Gotham.

He joins recently announced new series regular Victoria Cartagena as Renee Montoya.

In the June 27 Season 2 finale, Ryan Wilder (Leslie) has fully taken up the mantle of Batwoman with Kate Kane
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Gotham's Victoria Cartagena Joins Batwoman as... Renee Montoya

Gotham's Victoria Cartagena Joins Batwoman as... Renee Montoya
Holy déjà vu, Batman!

Victoria Cartagena has joined the cast of The CW’s Batwoman as Renee Montoya — the same DC Comics character she played on Fox’s Gotham.

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Though to be clear, this Renee Montoya is not actually the same TV character, since it was never suggested that the Fox series is any way a part of The CW’s Arrowverse.

According to our sister site Deadline, Batwoman‘s Renee
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‘Batwoman’: Victoria Cartagena To Play Renee Montoya In Season 3 Of CW Drama

‘Batwoman’: Victoria Cartagena To Play Renee Montoya In Season 3 Of CW Drama
Exclusive: DC hero Renee Montoya is coming to the rescue in Gotham City. Victoria Cartagena has joined the upcoming third season of Batwoman as a new series regular, portraying Renee in the CW drama.

Cartagena’s Montoya is a former Gcpd officer who left the force when she could no longer stomach the corruption inside the department. She now runs the “freaks division,” which hasn’t seen a lot of action… until now. Righteous and pragmatic, and LGBTQ+, she’s a woman with a very personal (and mysterious) mission to help clean the streets of Gotham in the right way, by whatever means necessary.

Cartagena previously played Renee Montoya on Fox’s Gotham, though the universes are not connected.

In the June 27 Season 2 finale, Ryan Wilder (Javicia Leslie) has fully taken up the mantle of Batwoman with Kate Kane leaving Gotham in a search for her long-missing cousin Bruce Wayne
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How ‘Batwoman’ Star Wallis Day Re-created Kate Kane

How ‘Batwoman’ Star Wallis Day Re-created Kate Kane
[This interview contains spoilers for Batwoman.]

In 2012, Wallis Day had her sights set on swimming in the 2012 Summer Olympics until she suddenly shifted gears and never looked back. Since swimming required her to train before and after school for most of her life, Day needed another outlet for her surplus of energy, and that’s when she decided to turn her weekend hobby of acting into her sole focus. Nine years later, Day is enjoying her biggest year to date, as she flanked Chiwetel Ejiofor in Antoine Fuqua’s Infinite, her first major studio movie. She also took the reins of Batwoman‘...
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Batwoman Casts Robin Givens, and We Have Lots of Questions!

Batwoman Casts Robin Givens, and We Have Lots of Questions!
Robin Givens is making a beeline for Gotham City!

Deadline reports that the Riverdale and Ambitions actress has joined the cast of Batwoman Season 3.

Givens has been added to the cast Jada Jet, the powerful CEO of Jet Industries.

Jet 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 of her impetuous son."

"A woman with a deep past that forced her to give up her first-born child, Jada is a woman with a good heart, but will do whatever it takes to protect her family.”

With that character breakdown, it's easy to assume that Jada Jet could be the mother of Ryan Wilder, the titular superhero played by Javicia Leslie.

If you watch Batwoman online, you know Ryan believed her birth mother to be dead until Alice
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Batwoman Season 3: Robin Givens Joins Cast — as [Spoiler]'s Mother?

Batwoman Season 3: Robin Givens Joins Cast — as [Spoiler]'s Mother?
Robin Givens is looking to be the boss of Batwoman Season 3.

Our sister site Deadline reports that the veteran TV actress is set to play Jada Jet, the powerful CEO of Jet Industries — no relation to Jet Magazine, which doesn’t exist in the Arrowverse (as far as we know).

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Jet isn’t just bossy, she’s the boss, described as a
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‘Batwoman’: Robin Givens Joins Season 3 Of CW Drama As Series Regular

‘Batwoman’: Robin Givens Joins Season 3 Of CW Drama As Series Regular
Exclusive: Robin Givens (Riverdale) has been tapped for a key role in the upcoming third season of the CW’s Batwoman.

Givens, a new series regular on the DC drama, will play Jada Jet. A powerful CEO for Jet Industries, Jada isn’t bossy: she’s the boss. Passionate and hard working, a 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. A woman with a deep past that forced her to give up her first-born child, Jada is a woman with a good heart, but will do whatever it takes to protect her family.

In the June 27 Season 2 finale, Ryan Wilder (Javicia Leslie) has fully taken up the mantle as Batwoman with Kate Kane leaving Gotham in a search for her long-missing cousin Bruce Wayne (aka Batman). It also was
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Wallis Day and Dougray Scott exit The CW’s Batwoman series

Wallis Day and Dougray Scott exit The CW’s Batwoman series
As reported by Deadline (via Dark Horizons), actors Dougray Scott and Wallis Day have exited The CW’s Batwoman, and will not be returning for the show’s third season. Scott is one of the show’s original cast members, and portrays Jacob Kane, the father of former Batwoman Kate Kane and commander of the private security agency […]

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‘Batwoman’ Star Dougray Scott Exits After Season 2

‘Batwoman’ Star Dougray Scott Exits After Season 2
The Kane family has all but completely left Gotham. The Season 2 finale of “Batwoman” marked the official departure of not just Kate Kane, a role originated by Ruby Rose in Season 1 and taken over by Wallis Day in Season 2, but also her father Jacob Kane, played by Dougray Scott for the first two seasons of the show.

Scott did not appear in the finale itself, as his character was transferred to a prison in Metropolis in episode 16 of the season. After disbanding the Crows for their brutality and deeply ingrained corruption, Jacob Kane found himself at the mercy of Roman Sionis, also known as Black Mask (Peter Outerbridge).

Having taken control of the Gcpd, Sionis had Kane arrested for aiding and abetting his daughter, Alice (Rachel Skarsten). Since Blackgate prison was full of criminals Kane himself had locked up, he was transferred to Metropolis for safety as he awaited trial
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Batwoman Loses Two Stars Ahead of Season 3

Batwoman Loses Two Stars Ahead of Season 3
Gotham City will be down two members of the Kane family on Batwoman Season 3.

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that both Dougray Scott and Wallis Day will not be back on the superhero drama.

“This character of Jacob had sort of run its course, for better or for worse,” showrunner Caroline Dries explained to the outlet.

“We ended up being able to really write to a good ending for Jacob, just kind of knowing in advance that’s what we were going to do…. It allowed us to give Dougray some really rich stuff toward the end.”

“Having Dougray Scott as Jacob Kane on Batwoman was incredibly special for all of us,” Dries shared in a statement.

“An actor with his pedigree and reputation elevates any project, and he had great chemistry with his castmates."

"We loved telling Commander Kane’s story for the last two seasons, and we will always
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‘Batwoman’ Original Cast Member Dougray Scott Exits After 2 Seasons

‘Batwoman’ Original Cast Member Dougray Scott Exits After 2 Seasons
Dougray Scott has left the CW’s Batwoman after two seasons. His final appearance as a series regular on the show was in Episode 16, two weeks before tonight’s season finale.

Batwoman developer/executive producer/showrunner Caroline Dries confirmed Scott’s exit to EW. “The story was just lending itself of wrapping up the Crows because we took such a hard stance against police brutality this season and really used the Crows,” she told the publication. “Once we kind of made that decision – and obviously Kate isn’t staying on the show – this character of Jacob had sort of run its course, for better or for worse, through that story line.”

Scott played Jacob, father to Kate Kane, Mary (Nicole Kang), and Alice (Rachel Skarsten). In his final episode, Jacob disbanded the Crows. He was arrested for helping Alice (who ended up
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Batwoman Season 2 Episode 18 Review: Power

Batwoman Season 2 Episode 18 Review: Power
To be perfectly honest, considering everything that has happened this season, I'm not actually sure what sort of finale I was hoping for.

But Batwoman Season 2 Episode 18 served up a good dose of closure, provided ample fodder for future adventures, and tipped a [top]hat or two to memorable visuals from Batwoman Season 1.

There were the usual loose ends. What did they do with Bane, er, Tavaroff? With Alice locked away, who's going to release Safiyah from her Desert Rose dagger stasis?

Is anyone going to wonder where Roman Sionis went? Or why Kate Kane now looks like the cover girl for Janus cosmetics?

Ryan's insecurity was some of the most genuine emotions we've seen and that saying something considering everything Javicia Leslie has poured into this role.

We've always needed a hero, Gotham. But, in this moment, maybe that's not me.

Ryan Permalink: We've always needed a hero, Gotham. But,
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Batwoman Vet Dougray Scott Will Not Be Returning for Season 3

Batwoman Vet Dougray Scott Will Not Be Returning for Season 3
Original Batwoman cast member Dougray Scott will not be returning for Season 3 of the Arrowverse series, where he plays incarcerated Crows commander Jacob Kane.

With the Crows now out of commission and Kate Kane (played by Krypton‘s Wallis Day) bidding Gotham City adieu (after checking in on her pop, which she said she would do), “this character of Jacob had sort of run its course, for better or for worse,” showrunner Caroline Dries explained to EW.com. “We ended up being able to really write to a good ending for Jacob, just kind of knowing in advance that’s
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Batwoman Finale Recap: Kate Expectations — Plus, Are Poison Ivy and Penguin Headed to Gotham?

Batwoman Finale Recap: Kate Expectations — Plus, Are Poison Ivy and Penguin Headed to Gotham?
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Batwoman’s Season 2 finale. Read at your own risk.

Holy reveals, Batwoman! The season ender finally introduced Batwing, and teased the arrival of a few familiar foes.

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The episode kicks off with Black Mask hijacking everyone’s TV to deliver an impassioned speech in the hopes of inciting a riotous mob that will overthrow the government.
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Watch Batwoman Online: Season 2 Episode 18

Watch Batwoman Online: Season 2 Episode 18
Did the good guys manage to save Kate Kane from the darkness?

On Batwoman Season 2 Episode 18, it quickly became clear that there was more to unpack following her big return.

Ryan started to question her place in Gotham as its savior after the return of the former Batwoman.

Meanwhile, Alice found herself in a dangerous collision course with Circe.

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