Luke Fox: The suit is literal perfection!
Kate: It will be... when it fits a woman.
Among its cast are Meagan Tandy (Teen Wolf) as Sophie Moore, Kate's former girlfriend and agent of Crows Security; Camrus Johnson (Luke Cage) as Luke Fox, son of frequent Batman ally Lucius Fox; Nicole Kang (You) as Mary Hamilton, Kate's step-sister; Rachel Skarsten (Birds of Prey) as Alice, Kate's nemesis and leader of the Wonderland Gang; Dougray Scott (Fear the Walking Dead) as Kate's father and head of Crows Security, Jacob Kane; and Elizabeth Anweis (Twin Peaks) as Catherine Hamilton-Kane, mother of Mary and stepmother of Kate.
Batwoman is also notable for finally introducing a member of the Bat Family to the Arrowverse after many Easter eggs and mythology gags, as well as being the sixth live-action television series (following Batman, Birds of Prey, Gotham, Titans, and Pennyworth) based on elements of the Batman mythos.
The series is scheduled to premiere October 6, 2019.
Batwoman contains examples of the following tropes:
- Adaptation Dye-Job: The first look trailer shows that Kate and Jacob have brown hair here rather than red. However, the Batwoman suit comes with a red wig that looks more like her comic look.
- Batter Up!: Alice whacks a captured Kate in the face with a cricket bat in the trailer. Edge-first.
- Bookcase Passage: The first look trailer shows Kate finding a secret entrance to the Batcave; it's hidden behind a bookcase in Bruce's office and activated by Martha Wayne's pearls rather than the more conventional book-lever.
- Character Tics: In many of the ads, Kate Kane does a quick nod and smile after she does or sees something she enjoys.
- Handy Cuffs: Kate uses handcuffs as brass knuckles twice in the trailer: once in a fight, the other to punch through a sheet of ice while underwater.