Greg Berlanti will not be joining the mass showrunner exodus to Netflix. At least not anytime soon. The uber producer behind such CW tentpoles as Arrow, The Flash and Riverdale has extended his overall deal with Warner Bros. Television Group through 2024 in a deal said to be worth north of $300 million.
Comicbook.com was on hand during The CW’s recent Upfronts presentation, where Arrow star Stephen Amell announced that Batwoman will be introduced in the upcoming Arrowverse crossover. While it’s unclear exactly how Batwoman will factor into the story, it was hinted that Gotham City will make an appearance, finally introducing it into the Arrowverse.
In th comics, Jean Loring began her career as a lawyer about the same time that physicist Ray Palmer first began adventuring as the Atom. She did not know that her fiancé was really the Atom for many years, despite the fact that she had aided the Atom on several of his adventures. Jean eventually discovered Ray’s secret identity and the two were married. The Palmers’ marriage was rife with difficulty, due primarily to Ray’s double-life as a super-hero. The intensity between them was strained when the Atom began devoting large portions of his time to the Justice League of America. Ultimately, the two could not reconcile their lives together and they divorced.
She plays a very important role in the murder of Sue Dibny (wife of Ralph Dibny the Elongated Man)
The CW has released an official description for the May 15 episode of The Flash which guest stars Arrow’s David Ramsey!
The episode is called “Think Fast” and here’s the write-up:
DAVID RAMSEY GUEST STARS — When DeVoe assaults an A.R.G.U.S. facility to complete his Enlightenment Machine, Barry (Grant Gustin) realizes the only way he can stop him is if he allows Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) to accompany him into the facility. Still shaken by Ralph’s death, Barry isn’t sure he wants to risk any more of his friends’ lives and considers taking on DeVoe solo. Viet Nguyen directed the episode written by Sam Chalsen & Kristen Kim (#422). Original airdate 5/15/2018.
“She’s sort of the last remaining fighter of the Nazi regime, so she’s got a big chip on her shoulder,” Helbing teased about the character. He also offered this intriguing tidbit about this other evil version of Laurel’s sonic powers compared to those of Earth-2’s Black Siren (also played by Cassidy) who’s currently playing Team Arrow. “Her powers are pretty similar, but there’s one new thing that she can do with those powers that we’ve never seen any version of her do before”