Batwoman casting Bridget Regan as Poison Ivy is another opportunity for The CW to give us another queer character!
The Batwoman season 2 finale “Power” was disappointing to say the least. Yes, it had its good moments. We’re glad that Kate and Sophie had that super hot moment where Sophie cemented how she feels about Kate. We’re also glad…
Batwoman‘s “Kane, Kate” legit might be my favorite episode to date. Seriously, it had everything my queer little heart desired, the two Batwoman’s duking it out, and Alice setting the stage for a finale that I’m pretty sure will end…
Batwoman’s “Rebirth” sees Kate’s memories making an appearance, Alice losing someone else, and Luke starting down a new path.
Batwoman’s “Armed and Dangerous” saw the best performances by our favorite actors, who blew us away! Read our review!
Batwoman’s “And Justice for All” brings zombies, Alice facing harsh truths, and social justice commentary that feels timely.
Batwoman’s “And Justice for All” is set to be an intense episode where Snakebite addicts become ravenous for more than a fix.
Batwoman’s “I’ll Give You a Clue” had the makings of greatness but floundered at what would’ve been an epic team up!
Batwoman’s “Initiate Self-Destruct” seeing Ryan faced with a difficult decision that could expose her.
Batwoman’s “Arrive Alive” saw Sophie finding out about Ryan’s secret, Alice reuniting with Ocean, and Ryan trying to save Angelique.
Batwoman’s “Time Off for Good Behavior” saw Alice and Julia teaming up while Batwoman tried to figure out who Black Mask is.
Batwoman’s “Time Off for Good Behavior” sees our hero trying to stop Black Mask while others are haunted by their past.
Batwoman’s “Rule #1” saw Ryan ironing out, or trying to, what she stands for while Alice spiralled.
Batwoman’s “Survived Much Worse” is a mixed bag with some pivotal moments from Alice and Ryan.
Batwoman’s “It’s Best You Stop Digging” finally got Ryan to understand some fundamental truths about herself.
Batwoman’s “Do Not Resuscitate” gave us something that we’d been missing for a while; Ryan Wilder and her experiences as a LGBTQ woman.
Batwoman’s “Gore on Canvas” had Sophie speaking truth to her feelings while Alice seeking answers to her past with Ocean.
Batwoman’s “Fair Skin, Blue Eyes” saw unexpected team ups, the past coming to haunt those we love, and Ryan moving in with Mary.
Batwoman’s “Prior Criminal History” made it crystal clear that this isn’t about replacing Kate Kane. It’s about keeping her legacy alive.
Batwoman’s “What Happened to Kate Kane?” is the start of a new journey that pulled at our heartstrings!