BATWOMAN Ordered To Series On The CW

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After her arrival into the Arrowverse during this year’s crossover ELSEWORLDS (which worked as a back door pilot) many were left wondering when would we see Ruby Rose don the cape and cowl once again.  Well now we are closer to finding out our answer.

Batwoman has officially been ordered to series at the CW, and the network has debuted a first-look promo and banner to accompany the announcement.

The teaser is brief, but it does give us a new look at Kate Kate (Ruby Rose) suited-up as Gotham’s new protector, and we also get a glimpse of the show’s official logo right at the end.

With this series order, it makes history as Batwoman becomes the first live-action scripted drama to focus on a lesbian superhero played by an out lead actress. Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries) penned the script and will serve as showrunner.
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Fox’s mutant show “The Gifted” gets Greenwich & teaser trailer

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It’s shaping up to be a very SUPER-POWERED next couple of years in both tv and film.

Fox has given the Greenlight to its newest tv mutant series “The Gifted”

Via Variety

“The Gifted” is an action-adventure series, hailing from Marvel Television, writer Matt Nix and director Bryan Singer.

The series focuses on a suburban couple whose ordinary lives are rocked by the sudden discovery that their children possess mutant powers. Forced to go on the run from a hostile government, the family joins up with an underground network of mutants and must fight to survive.

Stephen Moyer plays Reed Strucker; Amy Acker plays his wife, Caitlin Strucker; Natalie Alyn Lind and Percy Hynes White play their children, Lauren Strucker and Andy Strucker; Sean Teale plays Eclipse a.k.a. Marcos Diaz; Jamie Chung plays Blink a.k.a. Clarice Fong; Emma Dumont plays Polaris a.k.a. Lorna Dane; Blair Redford plays Thunderbird a.k.a. John Proudstar; and Coby Bell as Jace Turner.

Nix wrote the pilot and will serve as executive producer with Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon Kinberg, Jeph Loeb, Jim Chory and Singer, who is known for directing many of the “X-Men” films, in addition to “Superman Returns.” Nix, who created “Burn Notice,” recently worked with Fox as co-creator of “A.P.B.,” which insiders say will not return for a second season. 20th Century Fox Television is producing, along with Marvel Television.

One of the hottest pilots of the broadcast development season, “Gifted” has been seen as a shoo-in for a series order. The long-gestating project was first put into development off-cycle in July 2016 with a hefty put pilot commitment, as Variety first reported. The pilot was officially ordered this January when Singer boarded the project as director.

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The full trailer for “Gifted” will be released this Monday, but watch a sneak peek teaser.