Batman won't appear in The CW's Arrowverse, but Batwoman definitely will

Batman won't appear in The CW's Arrowverse, but Batwoman definitely will

Pedowitz confirmed the series' development to the Hollywood trade, saying Berlanti is in "early stages of development", though according to the executive "we'll do a pilot for mid-season, whether it goes to series, I can not tell you".

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While there are no plans for the Dark Knight to make a CW debut, Batman fans do have hope for their dude to show up on TV at some point next season: Fox's Gotham is inching closer and closer to turning baby Bruce Wayne into Batman in its final season. And Batwoman, if the series goes forward, lives in Gotham. In the reference, Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) addresses the press after a photo had revealed him to be Green Arrow. "We'll do a pilot for mid-season, whether it goes to series, I can not tell you". Should Batwoman go to pilot, the same actress will play the central character in it. Batwoman would join Arrowverse, which features many LGBT characters, including Arrow's Curtis Holt, The Flash's Captain Singh, Legends' Sara Lance and Supergirl's Alex Danvers. The network would have to get permission from Warner Brothers to use Batman and, for the most part, the character has been kept exclusive to movies, with most references to the character on the small screen kept to his non-heroic identity as Bruce Wayne. If the Batwoman pilot is picked up, the series could air in 2019. "I can't even answer that question", said Pedowitz.

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