EW is headed to Gotham City! On Set video series dives into Batwoman season 2
Rachel Maddow's snarky radio personality Vesper Fairchild is getting some competition when it comes to reporting on the new Batwoman.
EW is bringing fans behind-the-scenes of Batwoman's second season with our new weekly video series On Set, featuring new star Javicia Leslie and her castmates. A new installment of On Set will drop every Monday morning and break down Batwoman season 2 episode that aired the night before on the CW. In other words, there will be spoilers! Check out the teaser for the series above.
Recorded while the cast was on set in Vancouver shooting season 2, the video series will feature interviews with Leslie, Nicole Kang (Mary Hamilton), Meagan Tandy (Sophie Moore), Camrus Johnson (Luke Fox), Rachel Skarsten (Alice), Dougray Scott (Jacob Kane), and showrunner Caroline Dries. (Don't worry, while the Bat squad was safely ensconced in their Vancouver-based bubble, EW's Chancellor Agard conducted each interview virtually from the safety of his personal Batcave — read: bedroom.) The stars and creator will answer burning questions about what just happened the night before, share stories from filming, and tease what's to come in the season.
Premiering this Sunday, Batwoman's second season begins with Leslie's debut as Ryan Wilder, a sassy and skilled fighter who becomes the new Batwoman following Kate Kane's mysterious disappearance. Working with Bat team — Luke Fox (Johnson) and Mary Hamilton (Kang) — Ryan will stand up those less fortunate and make the Bat symbol her own as she faces the worst that Gotham City has to throw at her. Check out an exclusive image of Ryan fighting hitman Victor Zsasz (Alex Morf) in her new Batsuit below.
Batwoman airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on The CW. Be sure to subscribe to EW's YouTube channel so you won't miss new On Set episodes.
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