Batwoman Season 2, Episode 12 will be on at 9:00 p.m. ET tonight (May 2) on The CW. This is a new time slot, so adjust your schedule accordingly! This is a new time slot, so adjust your schedule. Seeing The Dark Kight Rises Really got me back into the batman franchise so I was very pleased to add this to my Batman animated movie collection,a new crime fighter by the name of batwoman is focusing on the criminal activity of the penguin and Rupert Throne but when she crosses the fine line between Crime fighter and Vigilante, Batman and robin set out to find out her secret identity before. Apr 10, 2021 Batwoman Season 2 Episode 10 is releasing on April 11, 2021. It will air on The CW at 8 pm ET/7 pm CT. The episode will be readily available to stream on The CW app right the next day. The episode can also be bought or rented on Video-On-Deman Services such as Amazon Prime and VUDU. The first season of Batwoman is available to stream on HBO Max. Batwoman fans have had a lot of reasons to be excited for the remainder of Season 2 — the ongoing journey of Ryan Wilder (Javicia Leslie) coming into her own as Batwoman, the recent return of.© Provided by WhatToWatch Camrus Johnson and Nicole Kang in Batwoman 'Time Off for Good Behavior.'
This post contains spoilers for Batwoman'Time off for Good Behavior'Check out our last review here
With the help of Ryan Wilder and Mary Hamilton, Jordan Moore’s community center is able to get off the ground with record speed. Their donor party reveals grand plans for the future of the center, including tutoring for the kids and a class where Ryan can teach kids how to defend themselves every Saturday morning. Their party is interrupted by a reporter — Horten Spence — who wants to know how they intend to defend their children. He’s out of line, but quickly proven right. A new player named Kilovolt is the next unwelcome guest, and he does massive damage to the building.
“Time Off for Good Behavior” starts off a little slower than I like, but things get rolling once the episode’s intent becomes clear. Horten Spence (Jaime M. Callica) might look like the obvious choice for the villain of the week, but he’s little more than a patsy. Kilavolt has much more nefarious origins than a bitter reporter. Ellis O’Brien — CEO of Gotham’s for-profit prison — is giving inmates the opportunity to get off early for good behavior in exchange for their help in taking down community centers in the city. Community centers keep kids out of prison, and kids out of prison hurts O’Brien’s bottom line.
Batwoman made it evident prior to the season premiere that it had full intent on tackling major issues like for-profit prisons, but it was the way they took their swing that was ultimately unexpected. For-profit prisons are a stain on America and highlighting that by illustrating how much of their bottom line relies on at-risk kids is a genius way to make it clear why.
When we’re not focusing on Kilovolt, “Time Off for Good Behavior” splits into three additional stories. Julia Pennyworth (Christina Wolfe) and Alice (Rachel Skarsten) seek out Enigma (Laura Mennell). The former seeks answers while the latter looks to have her painful memories of sissy and Daddy dearest removed from her. Jacob Kane (Dougray Scott) wants a new set of memories himself. He’s jumped in the beginning of the episode and stabbed with a vile of Snake Bite, at which point we learn that the drug replaces your most painful memories with happy ones. In his case? It was finding Beth in that basement and taking her home so he and his girls could live happily ever after. Then, finally, there’s Angelique (Bevin Bru). Ryan (Javicia Leslie) finally convinces her to talk, so Sophie (Meagan Tandy) gets the district attorney to give her a deal and put her under protective custody — but it’s not enough. The False Face society finds her well before they can reach the safe house and the episode ends before we can learn of her fate.
All of what unfolds in these additional storylines is perfectly adequate, it’s mostly just that all of it’s a bit much. There’s plenty of action and intrigue in the for-profit prison arc without all of these distractions going on. “Time Off for Good Behavior” would have been a lot stronger if it didn’t feel the need to distract with all of these tertiary arcs.
Distractions aside, the Snake Bite/Enigma/Doctor Rhyme arc is the most interesting that Jacob Kane has been since the series premiere. His desire to reach out to Mary (Nicole Kang) to make amends for taking away her clinic is one of the few times he’s gotten out of his own way and done right by one of his kids. Giving him this unfortunate new addiction adds a dimension to the character that we’ve rarely seen before (despite his many other flaws).
Here's hoping this isn't the last time Batwoman takes such a strong swing at this important issue. It'd be a pity to have all of that watered down by the side-stories. Tackling major societal problems like for-profit prisons is huge, but they can't be treated as issues of the week.
Staff Reporter On 27, Mar 2020
Batwoman finally has a UK air date, and the superheroine will be touching down on E4 this weekend
Starring Ruby Rose (Orange is the New Black) as the DC Super Hero, it follows Kate Kane, the first openly gay female lead of a live-action superhero show.
Based on the characters from DC, the series is set three years after Batman mysteriously disappeared. Gotham is in despair, overrun by criminal gangs. Kate returns home when the Alice in Wonderland gang target her father Jacob (Dougray Scott – Mission: Impossible 2) and his security firm. In order to help her family and her city, she’ll have to become the one thing her father loathes – a dark knight vigilante. With the help of her stepsister Mary (Nicole Kang – You, The Code, Swallow) and crafty Luke Fox (Camrus Johnson – The Sun is Also a Star, Luke Cage), Kate continues the legacy of her missing cousin Bruce Wayne, while combatting the dark machinations of the psychotic Alice (Rachel Skarsten – Reign, Birds of Prey, Imposters). Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, she soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, primed to snuff out the failing city’s criminal resurgence.
The series premieres at 9pm on E4 on Sunday 29th March. Here’s a teaser video:
Batwoman finds UK TV home at E4
15th January 2020
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Batwoman has finally found a UK TV home: the series is officially coming to E4.
Following its successful premiere in the US on The CW, E4 has announced it will be bringing the new female caped crusader to UK screens after acquiring the much-anticipated WBTV series. Starring Ruby Rose (Orange is the New Black) as the DC Super Hero, it follows Kate Kane, the first openly gay female lead of a live-action Super Hero show.
Three years after Batman mysteriously disappeared, Gotham is in despair, overrun by criminal gangs. Kate returns home when the Alice in Wonderland gang target her father Jacob (Dougray Scott – Mission: Impossible 2) and his security firm. In order to help her family and her city, she’ll have to become the one thing her father loathes – a dark knight vigilante. With the help of her stepsister Mary (Nicole Kang – You, The Code, Swallow) and crafty Luke Fox (Camrus Johnson – The Sun is Also a Star, Luke Cage), Kate continues the legacy of her missing cousin Bruce Wayne, while combatting the dark machinations of the psychotic Alice (Rachel Skarsten – Reign, Birds of Prey, Imposters). Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, she soars onto the streets of Gotham as Batwoman, primed to snuff out the failing city’s criminal resurgence.
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Based on the characters from DC, the series, from Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, also stars Meagan Tandy (Survivor’s Remorse, Teen Wolf) as Officer Sophie Moore and Elizabeth Anweis (9-1-1, The Affair) as Catherine Hamilton-Kane. Distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. International Television Distribution, Batwoman is executive produced by Greg Berlanti (Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl), Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries, Smallville), Geoff Johns (Titans, Wonder Woman) and Sarah Schechter (Blindspot, Riverdale).
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It completes the UK TV home for the CW’s new crop of superhero series, specifically the Arrowverse, which is currently airing its Crisis on Infinite Earths Stateside, featuring Supergirl, Batwoman, The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow. With the others airing on Sky One, Batwoman’s arrival on E4 will be good news for those awaiting the crossover on British screens, although with a release date yet to be confirmed, you can expect that episode to premiere out of sync with the other parts.
Batwoman is part of a new deal between Channel 4 and Warner Bros., which also includes DC Universe animation Harley Quinn and Season 14 (and, later, 15) of Supernatural.
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Karl Warner, Controller of E4, says: “At its best, E4 stands for brilliant action-packed entertainment, so kick starting the year is a groundbreaking new series of Batwoman followed by Harley Quinn, another brilliantly funny animation series that will build on the big success we’ve had with Rick and Morty.”