The CW show Batwoman returns tonight to deal with the post-Crisis on Infinite Earths fallout. Season 1, episode 10 “How Queer Everything is Today!” will air on January 19, 2020 at 8 p.m. on The CW.
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So far, during the first season of the newest Arrowverse show, a lot has happened. Kate Kane returned home to find her long presumed-dead sister become a supervillain named Alice. Kate found out her ex-girlfriend is married to a man. Then, Kate’s stepmother was killed by Alice. She’s had a rough year in the pre-crisis timeline, but now that Crisis is over, all bets are off with what will happen.
Prior to Crisis, Batwoman was dealing with Alice in almost every episode. After confirming that Alice was, in fact, her sister, Kate was unsure of how to move forward with everything. She ended up being at a kind of standstill. Right before the crossover, Kate was trying to track down Alice to get some more answers.
Arrowverse Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim promises some crazy stuff to come on Batwoman this season.
“I know, for example, what they’re doing on Batwoman and it’s friggin’ awesome, with some unbelievable ‘what-the-f**k?!’ kind of moments. In addition to heart and emotion, the ‘what the f**k?!’ is, in my mind, what the Arrowverse is all about,” Guggenheim told TV Line.
In the TV Line exclusive sneak peek of the midseason premiere, Alice dumps tea on Catherine Kane’s grave. Mouse, Alice’s sidekick, confronts Alice about trying to win Kate back and bring her back into the family, saying that Kate doesn’t return her calls and probably doesn’t want to be in a family with them.
It’s unclear what changes could be made to Kate’s life after Crisis. It’s possible that Batman could come back at some point, as that has always been a possibility and the next episode promises an unexpected guest in Gotham.
We have seen some extreme changes caused by the crisis in other parts of the Arrowverse. John Diggle has a daughter named Sara again, along with having a son named John Diggle Jr. Sara was originally erased from the timeline after the events of Flashpoint. The Legends, from Legends of Tomorrow have become famous in this timeline. Most importantly, maybe, is that Supergirl and Black Lightning are now both on the same Earth as all the other Arrowverse superheroes.
Also because of Crisis, we know that The Flash, White Canary, Black Lightning, Batwoman, Supergirl, Superman, and Black Lightning have formed a Justice League-like group. They have a condemned building to act as a memorial for Green Arrow and the Hall of Justice.
Next year’s crossover will happen on a smaller scale than Crisis did, likely offering less multiverse-changing elements.
Tune in to the CW on Sundays at 8 p.m. to stay up-to-date on Batwoman.