An adaptation of a DC Comics series, Birds of Prey is a live-action TV series set in New Gotham and revolving around a pair of superheroes as They Fight Crime.The series backstory is heavily influenced by the events of The Killing Joke, where the Joker shot and paralyzed Barbara Gordon. The series also had that Catwoman was killed in his sadistic crusade and something went down where the Joker was captured and soon after Batman left Gotham. The series focused on the crime-fighting escapades of Helena Kyle (Huntress, daughter of Batman and Catwoman, as per her pre-Crisis backstory), Dinah (daughter of Black Canary and later takes that name), and Barbara Gordon (Oracle, forced to give up being Batgirl after becoming paraplegic). Most of the series revolved around the emergence of Meta-Humans, people who have extraordinary abilities. Helena and Dinah themselves are meta-human, Helena having enhanced senses and cat-like agility and Dinah having growing telepathic/telekinetic powers.The Big Bad was Harley Quinn, whose connection to the Joker was a rumor and she still operates as a mob leader while posing as a respectable psychiatrist. Alfred Pennyworth is maintaining Wayne Manor and offers the Girl Posse help and advice from time to time, with some hints that Batman/Bruce Wayne is still keeping tabs on them. The By-the-Book Cop Reese slowly starts to see the bigger picture of the Gotham underworld and finds himself attracted to Helena.The series lasted from October, 2002 to February, 2003. A total of 13 episodes in a single season. It was a modest success at first, riding the popularity of Smallville but rapidly dropping ratings led to its cancellation. It did have enough lead time to actually resolve its Myth Arc.The tropes for the original comic book series can be found here.
Birds of Prey provides examples of the following tropes: