Batwoman has added Meagan Tandy, Camrus Johnson, and Nicole Kang to appear in its TV pilot episode, written by Caroline Dines, from Greg Berlanti’s Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television.
First seen in the Arrowverse Elseworlds cross-over, Batwoman (played by Ruby Rose) aka Kate Kane, is the first gay lead character in a live action superhero series. Batwoman defends what is left of Gotham City after a criminal resurgence.
Tandy will play Sophie Moore. After graduating from military academy, Sophie rose through the ranks to become a high-level private security agent and one of Gotham’s staunchest protectors. Despite her bite and regimented outlook, Sophie has a soft side, illuminated by Kate Kane’s return.
Johnson will portray Luke Fox. A Dark Knight loyalist and son of Wayne’s R&D director Lucius Fox, Luke works to keep Wayne Tower secure in his boss’s absence. While Luke considers himself the guardian of all things Batman — specifically his symbol — he also recognizes the city’s need for a new hero.
Kang is Mary Hamilton. Excitable, talkative, and an influencer-in-the-making, Mary is Kate Kane’s step-sister and polar opposite. But what Mary lacks in a filter, she makes up for with her compassion for Gotham’s underserved communities, proving she has more in common with Kate than she thinks.