A Plot Hole From Batwoman Could Help Fix The Second Season’s Biggest Problem

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A Plot Hole From Batwoman Could Help Fix The Second Season’s Biggest Problem

A Plot Hole From Batwoman Could Help Fix The Second Season’s Biggest Problem, Batwoman is an American television series since 2019 with one season. The show has somewhat gained fame in the eyes of the public. The public somewhat liked the show and almost 62 percent of the viewers have liked the show. According to Rotten Tomatoes, the series has got a rating of 79 percent which is not quite bad at all. The first episode was released on Oct 6th, 2019.

However, Batwoman has stumbled more than most of the following departure of Ruby Rose. Well, rather than simply recasting Kate Kane with someone new, a decision has been made to replace her completely with a brand new character. Not only does this essentially undo an entire season’s worth of the story development, but it also steals the show of its best dynamic, cutting the sisterly bond between arch-enemies Batwoman and Alice.

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The former drug runner Ryan Wilder will take over as the Caped Crusader, and while it remains to be seen how this character will fare, it is almost impossible to imagine her ever sharing that same connection with Kate’s sister. Now, following this news, some rumors started to suggest that Kate might be killed off at the start of the second season.

The showrunner Caroline Dries was quick to debunk these claims on social media, describing the rumors as misinformation. Although there is not much to go on just yet, the answer to this mystery may actually lie at the heart of one seemingly huge plot hole from the first season.

A Redditor called LightingWolfMoon suggests that how this could be overachieved below the original post, theorizing that Kate might end up leaving precisely because she is the Bat of The Future and then, therefore, needs to travel forward through time.

The second season will reveal the secrets that are behind for all the eagerness of waiting. So, stay tuned.