SPOILERS AHEAD My Rating: 4/5 This has been a strong start for the arrowverse this week. First Supergirl, and now Batwoman, have released their best episodes of the season. Alice’s backstory was more interested than I could have hoped for. It’s creepy, disturbing, and makes for a brilliant explanation for how messed up Beth/Alice is.
SPOILERS AHEAD My Rating: 3/5 Finally, we had an episode where things moved forwards. Batwoman began the episode as someone not trusted by the public, and she ended the episode saving a group of people and becoming more popular. It’s a big change from previous episodes. I feel like the show is finally moving in
SPOILERS AHEAD My Rating: 3.5/5 This show is finally going somewhere! I still feel that there must be a tiny budget for this show – CW are stretching themselves too thin right now – but despite that, the small snippets of gotham and the action scenes are pretty good. This was the first episode with
Rating: 3/5 This wasn’t terrible but I was hoping for more. The first episode of the season was a great introduction to the main characters, the setting, and the general feel of the show – just what the first episode should be. This second episode though… Okay, I know that this is a TV show
MILD SPOILERS My Rating: 4/5 This was a better start that I thought it would be. I was trying to spare my hope before watching this show and wrongly assumed that I might be a little disappointed. Little did I know that the set-up for the main story is actually quite good. Starting with the
Season 1 of Batwoman will air on October 6th. The season is co produced by David Nutter (who did a great job with the first couple of Game of Thrones Season 8 episodes). Batwoman is set in a Gotham where Batman has abandoned it and crime is rising. Kate Kane (played by Ruby Rose) is