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Season 3 episodes (13)

1 Mad As a Hatter
While Batwing joins the action in the season premiere, an Alice admirer stumbles upon one of the missing Bat Trophies and the Team gets mixed up in the madness.
2 Loose Tooth
When a new incarnation of Gotham's swamp slumming Killer Croc surfaces and starts racking up a body count, the inaugural team-up of Batwoman and Alice is put to the test. But Alice isn't the only unwanted intrusion into Ryan's life when Jada Jet shows up at Wayne Enterprises, insisting on meeting the company's new CEO. Luke and Mary’s relationship is strained under the weight of a secret Luke is keeping, while Sophie finds herself becoming part of Ryan’s inner circle.
3 Freeze
An unfortunate incident in downtown Gotham alerts Batwoman and the Bat Team that another missing trophy has made its way into the wrong hands. Meanwhile, a new member of the Jet family surfaces when Marquis Jet makes a not-so-subtle entrance, interrupting a very personal moment between Ryan and Jada. Back on the streets, cryogenics is the name of the game and Sophie reminds everyone she’s a badass, especially in the middle of life-threatening situations. Batwing must decide if he’s ready to suit up again, and at Mary’s clinic, the Hippocratic Oath forces a strained sisterly moment between Alice and the new doc.
4 Antifreeze
When Ryan makes Gotham’s “30 Under 30” list, Luke worries about how Marquis’ involvement in Ryan’s rising popularity as Wayne Enterprises’ acting CEO will land with Jada. Mary returns from a late night out not feeling quite herself, while Alice’s hallucinations grow stronger. And when Sophie’s sister, Jordan (guest star KEEYA KING), goes missing, she and the Bat Team quickly realize that Freeze’s missing weapon hasn’t been fully contained.
5 A Lesson From Professor Pyg
Ryan asks Sophie to accompany her to a dinner at Jada’s to do recon on what her estranged mother knows about Wayne Enterprises, but the evening takes a turn when an uninvited guest drops in on the intimate gathering. As the terrifying evening unfolds, Ryan witnesses another side to Marquis and her mother. DAVID RAMSEY directs.
6 How Does Your Garden Grow?
An unnerving discovery in a garden shed sends Renee Montoya rushing to Ryan to ensure the city is on high alert. Her terrifying theory – a Bat Trophy has entangled a new host, and her thorny ways are weaving their way through Gotham. Meanwhile, Alice is suspiciously eager to help the Bat Team, and Sophie seeks vengeance for an incident involving her sister.
7 Pick Your Poison
As Ryan’s family dynamic grows more complicated, she also finds herself in the middle of a Bat Team stand-off between Luke and Mary. Meanwhile, Alice finds a new sidekick to do her bidding.
8 Trust Destiny
Mary and Alice continue their sisterly bonding, Ryan, Luke and Sophie are desperate and willing to do almost anything to stop them...even entertaining a dangerous proposition by Renee Montoya that finally rid Gotham of Pamela Isley (guest star BRIDGET REGAN). As the team hunts for the source of Poison Mary's power – and potential demise – Renee is forced to revisit her heartbreaking past. Meanwhile, Marquis grows more unhinged and throws a spectacularly sinister soiree at Wayne Tower...and everyone is invited.
9 Meet Your Maker
Ryan, Sophie and Luke attempt to track down the OG Poison Ivy when all signs point to Pamela Isley's reappearance in Gotham. At the same time, Mary feels drawn by a powerful force and Alice suddenly feels very protective of her stepsister. Meanwhile, Jada hasn't given up on rehabilitating Marquis and seeks the help of an old friend.
10 Toxic
Batwoman’s hands are full as she juggles Jada’s demands, Mary’s ever-increasing power and a new romantic entanglement. Loyalties are tested and motives come into question as Batwoman races against the clock to once again save the city and those closest to her.
11 Broken Toys
Just when it seems things can’t get worse…Batwoman’s identity is once again at risk of being exposed, and some of Gotham’s most villainous unite. Meanwhile, Sophie joins Luke on a mission and Alice gets into Mary’s head. Series star Camrus Johnson directs.
12 We're All Mad Here
Ryan, Sophie and Jada come together to formulate a plan to stop Marquis, while Mary seeks to make amends for the harm she did as Poison Ivy. Meanwhile, Alice continues to spiral out of control and contend with her mental demons.
13 We Having Fun Yet?
In the explosive season three finale, Batwoman and a panicked Bat Team must race against the clock as Marquis's nefarious plan balloons into something Gotham would never have suspected...and won't see coming. Joining forces with Jada, Ryan, Mary, Luke and Sophie must call on every skillset they possess to save the city. As more about Marquis's shocking, twisted past unravels, a final stand-off between brother and sister puts Ryan's life – and new love – on the line. And as Alice reaches her breaking point, an empathetic Mary makes another appeal on behalf of her sister for the Joker's buzzer, but everyone wonders – is Alice beyond saving?

About this show

Kate Kane never planned to be Gotham’s new vigilante. After Batman disappeared, Gotham was in despair. Until she returned. Armed with a passion for justice and a flair for speaking her mind, she soars through the shadowed streets of Gotham as Batwoman. But don’t call her a hero yet. In a city desperate for a savior, she must first overcome her own demons before becoming Gotham’s symbol of hope.

Ratings and reviews

319 reviews
Jacques James
June 15, 2020
"Batwoman" had enough lovable elements to compel me to give it 5 stars. This doesn't mean that it didn't have its weak points. For example, in the 60s series of Batman (with Adam West and Burt Ward), Batgirl was the commissioner's daughter. Who, exactly, are the Crows? Hard to believe that the primary law enforcement agency in Gotham is a private company. Other believability issues are the whole multiverse subplot - as if the social context for the plot was not complex enough; and there is even the intern, who inexplicably relinquishes her promising career as a dedicated medical professional, in order to follow Batwoman's rising star. Ugh. The details cried out for help. And yet, Ruby Rose's imperfect Batwoman character struck a quite dissonant-but-jazzy set of chords. I loved the way Kate walked; so cocky and unassuming. Her diabolical sister, Alice, was not quite Heath Ledger's Joker, but there were some very serious cathexes involved throughout the series, so I must give that character an 'outstanding' in terms of portrayal. Nonetheless, there must be an influx of additional bad guys to sustain this series. Will season 2 (if there is one) perhaps include an array of characters worthy of a superhero, instead of only the superhero's sister?
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Zyra L. F.
May 24, 2020
Poorly written soapopera with headache inducing fight scenes interspersed with all the bland acting+bed hopping. An insult to the DC characters used, an insult to all women, men, sexualities, ethnicities and agendas. Hell, BWs introduced in the crossover by immediately punching the 1st one to speak to her-so angry, no honour. Stick to Flash +Arrow for the characters, cb heroes, secrets/ drama, try overcrowded Legends of Tom for feelings+bed hopping. Spitting up 22 ep seasons ruins
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January 2, 2022
The 1st season was great. It was leading into something good. But then Ruby Rose left. Unfortunate, but I could accept assuming they were gonna just simply recast Kate Kane and pick up where they left off. But instead they create this whole new never existed character and try to pass her off as a Kate knockoff and go into his whole mess of complicated and unnecessary new plot lines and it’s ridiculous. This was supposed to be about Kate Kane and her journey and character to greatness. This is the worst and it’s not getting any better.
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