Rose will be playing this female Caped Crusader for the three episode run of the "Elseworlds" crossover event, and has potential to have her own series down the road. The network is now developing a stand-alone series for Batwoman and if everything goes without a hitch, we can expect to see Batwoman kicking ass on her own next year.
Ruby Rose, 32, steps into the legendary Batwoman suit easily. Should Batwoman be picked up to series, it will join the above-mentioned shows along with Legends of Tomorrow and Black Lightning in the CW's comic-heavy line-up. And if a Batwoman spinoff is approved, it would be the first TV series featuring an LGBT superhero. Decades later, she was rebooted as Kate Kane, an openly lesbian superhero. DC has also announced that the team-up event will introduce comics character The Monitor, a nearly-omnipotent, Multiverse-hopping entity played by Designated Survivor's LaMonica Garrett. In a city desperate for a savior, Kate must overcome her own demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope. "[Ruby] is terrific in the role, and we're excited for people to see the story".
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Berlanti also spoke out against some of the backlash Rose was met with when she was cast in the part.
Rose seems to be here to stay, but her welcome to the Arrowverse was far from friendly.