Batwoman Season 2’s Plot Leak Reveals How Kate Kane Might Be Written Out The Show

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There’s a new plot leak for Batwoman Season 2 which seems to reveal how Kate Kane could be written out of The CW TV show after Ruby Rose’s exit.

Ruby Rose’s exit from the show did come as a huge shock, especially since she was only on the show for one season.

There have now been rumours that rather than recasting Kate Kane, The CW might just write her out of the show.

They will then bring in a new character to be the new Batwoman.

I understand why they might want to do this, however, fans on social media have been campaigning to keep Kate Kane as the show’s main character.

They started the hashtag #SaveKateKane and it’s now trending on Twitter.

Anyway, The Direct might have revealed how Kate Kane will be written out of the show in Batwoman Season 2.

Batwoman Season 2 might see Kate Kane be written out of the show

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Ruby Rose as Kate Kane in Batwoman Season 1 – Credit: The CW

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This plot leak comes from insider Daniel Richtman.

He claims producers are going to have Kate Kane killed off in Season 2.

That the only thing that’s known at the moment.

It’s not known how she’ll die and whether her death will take place in-between seasons.

I think it might given Rose’s abrupt exit.

This new report also tells us that Kate’s replacement will be introduced immediately.

It’s also rumoured that Ryan Wilder will have a personal vendetta against none other than Dr. Jonathan Crane, a.k.a. Scarecrow.

The famed Batman villain murdered her mother and Ryan will somehow steal the late Batwoman’s suit in a bid to get revenge.

So, it seems as though Scarecrow will show up in the series’ second season.

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