Batwoman Season 3 Premiere Synopsis Released

The CW has released a description for Batwoman’s Season 3 premiere, Mad As a Hatter.

The Bat squad will be hunting down various trophies related to Batman villains. These were unleashed on Gotham City in the Season 2 finale, according to the episode synopsis for season three, episode 1. This chapter will also feature a run-in with a brand new version of the Mad Hatter, who was briefly seen in the Season 3 trailer, as the title and synopsis suggest. While it’s uncertain if Hatter will be Jervis Tetch, or a whole new character, it’s clear that he’ll cause havoc, especially at Mary Hamilton’s graduation (Nicole Kang).

The full synopsis is below:

SEASON PREMIERE – As Batwoman (Javicia Leslie) continues to keep the streets of Gotham safe, Batwing (Camrus Johnson) joins in on the action, but Luke quickly realizes he hasn’t quite mastered his suit. Meanwhile, as Alice (Rachel Skarsten) sits hopelessly imprisoned in Arkham, Sophie (Meagan Tandy) fully enjoys her freedom. When Ryan pays Alice a visit to ask about the bombshell she dropped—that Ryan’s birth mother is still alive—Ryan must decide if she should go down the rabbit hole of her past.

 

As Mary (Nicole Kang) prepares to finally graduate from medical school, she feels the absence of her family more than ever. But when an Alice admirer stumbles upon one of the missing Bat Trophies, Gotham and the Bat Team get mixed up in the madness, culminating in a shockingly gruesome graduation…and an equally shocking new partnership. Also starring Robin Givens and Victoria Cartagena. Holly Dale directed the episode written by Caroline Dries.

As the synopsis suggests, Robin Givens (playing Jada Jett) and Victoria Cartagena (playing Renee Montoya, though unrelated to her Gotham casting) will also debut in the Batwoman Season 3 premiere.

Batwoman Season 3 will premiere on Wednesday, October 13th, at 9:00 PM Eastern on The CW.

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Source: ComicBook.com


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