Sunday, October 20, 2019

Only on Singtel TV - Warner TV Premieres Batwoman On Demand, 25 October 2019!

The BATWOMAN series which focuses on the adventures of Bruce Wayne's cousin Kate Kane, will be available for Red Dot Island fans after all. The premiere goes live only on Singtel TV's Warner TV Encore, an on-demand channel, on 25 October 2019. Each new episode is available, on the same week as the U.S. telecast. Bravo, Warner TV Asia!

This is the first lesbian superhero series on TV, and it stars gender fluid, openly gay actor Ruby Rose as the titular character. The BATWOMAN series has since attracted a gamut of reactions from the audiences and comic book fans. However, Red Dot Diva feels that there is a need for more stories that champion women power and LGBT communities. (Although, Red Dot Diva is not sure how heavy handed censorship would be, knowing how conservative it is here.)

A fully-costumed Batwoman in her classic red wig, first made her appearance in the Arrowverse last year during the Elseworlds crossover. Contemporary and sleek, the Batwoman costume is designed by the Academy Award-winning costumer Colleen Atwood.

At the start of her own series, Kate Kane's origin story as Batwoman is revealed. Batman has disappeared for the last three years, and Gotham City is kept in check by The Crows - a private security firm run by Jacob Kane (Dougray Scott). Even then, the elite force does not seem to be enough, when a loony killer who calls herself Alice (Rachel Skarsten), creates more chaos and terrorises the city's people. While battling her own personal demons, Kate Kane decides to take on Batman's weapons and modified suit, to battle against crime as well as deal with her personal nemesis, Alice.

For the fans eagerly waiting for this year's CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover, BATWOMAN is also one of the shows that is part of the special event.

Here's how you can keep up with Batwoman's personal journey, and the inter-connecting Arrowverse plotlines:

* Tune to Warner TV Singtel TV CH 306. Then, check into Warner TV Encore by hitting the yellow button on the remote control
* Alternatively, those who have the Entertainment Plus pack on CAST, will be able to watch the show via streaming through Warner TV Encore on Singtel’s mobile video app.

If you are curious on how the BATWOMAN series looks like, watch the teaser below, which was aired by the CW in the U.S.

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