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Batwoman: the first trailer and news The CW

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Published on May 08, 2019

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Begin the ads that precede the week of the Upfront 2019, the time of year when the networks reveal their plans for the next television season.

Without too many surprises, The CW has ordered officially to the series, Batwoman, the spin-off with Ruby Rose in Orange is the new Black) that was presented during the last maxi-crossover Elseworlds.

The series will be added to the other of the Arrowverse already renewed The Flash, Supergirl, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lightning, and the same Arrow that will return with an eighth and final season of 10 episodes.

This version of Batwoman was introduced in the comics in 2006 and is openly homosexual. This is the official description for the series: “Full of passion for social justice and without hairs on the tongue, Kate Kane (Rose) prowls the streets of Gotham City as Batwoman, a street fighter who wants to stop the “risorgimento” of the crime in the city. But do not call it still the heroine. In a city desperately in need of a savior, Kate will have to face their inner demons before accepting the call as a symbol of hope in Gotham”.

The cast also includes Dougray Scott (Snatch, Hemlock Grove) in the role of Kate's father, Jacob Kane, a former colonel in the military now the head of the private security sector of Gotham City “Crows” to do better than the Dark Knight; Rachel Skarsten (Reign) in the role of Alice, the leader of the Gang of Wonders; Meagan Tandy (Teen Wolf) in the role of a soldier Sophie Moore; Camrus Johnson (Marvel's Luke Cage) in the role of Luke, the son of Lucius Fox; Nicole and Kang (YOU) in the role of the half-sister of Kate, Mary Hamilton.

Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries) wrote the pilot and will executive producer along with Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Geoff Johns, David Nutter and the director, Marcos Siega.

Riverdale: ordered the spin-off Katy Keene, Ashleigh Murray is not more regular

Good news and bad news for fans of Riverdale, the series of teen mystery comics Archie Comics. With the official order of the spin-off Katy Keene, a character portrayed from the very beginning in the series mother by Ashleigh Murray, the pop singer Josie McCoy, will move to the spin-off, set many years after Riverdale, already renewed for a fourth season.

Katy Keene will follow the exploits in the Big Apple of the four main characters, Archie Comics, including Josie and Katy in the title, which will become a fashion legend, interpreted by the star of Pretty Little Liars and Life Sentence Lucy Hale. In the recent episodes of Riverdale Josie has left the town with his musician father after breaking up with Archie. Of course, the door always remains open for his return in the series mother. The other two protagonists are the mysterious Pepper Smith (Julia Chan), and the aspiring performer of Broadway Jorge Lopez — along with his alter ego, drag queen Ginger (Jonny Beauchamp).

The spin-off of Riverdale entitled at the time Katy Keene, which focuses on the fashionista's of New York city, follows four characters taken from the comic book Archie Comics. This is the second spin-off of Riverdale as the first of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, it started on The CW and then he actually on Netflix, where it has had great success and has already been renewed for a second season. The creator of the series, mother and Sabrina Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, who has written Katy Keene together with the executive producer of Riverdale, Michael Grassi, revealed last summer that the spin-off will be “very different from Riverdale.”

Nancy Drew, Jane the Novela and the other pilot remained

Ordered officially the project on Nancy Drew is still without a title, based on the series of eponymous novels, that will not be an adult version as they had tried to do it on CBS first and NBC then in the past seasons, but a teen, young adult, with the protagonist eighteen-year-old, and just graduated. Forced to return home for a family tragedy, he finds himself entangled in a mysterious case of murder that will reveal much more than he expected. In the role of Nancy in the novice Kennedy McMann.

The new adaptation comes from Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (Gossip Girl, Dynasty) and their Fake Empire. The pilot will be written by Noga Landau (The Magicians).

The CW will not go forward with Jane the Novela, the spin-off of Jane the Virgin. Remain in maybe the pilot of the Glamorous and the remake of The Lost Boys, which has been a request from the rewrite.

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