The second season of the series, Batwoman promises plenty of action and excitement in the streets of Gotham city.
To the equal that the series of The Flash, Batwoman she was forced to finish his first season before than expected because of the global pandemic caused by a Coronavirus. Now the description of the second season promises that something will change the game both for Gotham City as the Bat-family.
The final episodes of the first season will be now the first of the second, but we’ll have to wait to see them in January 2021. Since The CW you made some very important changes in your calendar of premieres. In addition to not be able to shoot series such as Batwoman, The Flash, or Supergirl until it is safe for the actors and the technical team.
Synopsis the official second season:
The new plot for the second season of Batwoman throws some important clues about what is to come. As you can see below, the breakdown refers to what comes after the premature end of the season, and promises that the consequences will change the game and affect both Gotham City and the Bat-Family.
“The second season begins with a big game-changer that will alter Gotham and the Bat-Family forever. As the dust is stabilized, Batwoman / Kate Kane (Ruby Rose) has everything against it. Including all the villains that escaped recently, and all will face it in a whole new light. Alice (Rachel Skarsten) is with your partner when you are entangled with a dangerous enemy from his past who knows exactly how to take advantage of their vulnerabilities. When Luke (Camrus Johnson) and Mary (Nicole Kang) to find their position as helpers, a romance shake its dynamics. Meanwhile, the relationship budding of Sophie (Meagan Tandy) and Julia (Christina Wolfe) will face its first real test and will cause Sophie to question everything you believed that was true.”
Recently, the showrunner of Batwoman Caroline Dries confirmed that the villain Safiyah Sohail it will be important in the second season, so that the series clearly will continue to use new enemies in place of those closely associated with Batman. In addition, there was a mention of Azrael a major DC Comics character that could appear in the series for The CW.