Batwoman Season 2 teaser: See new hero Ryan Wilder in action

A Batwoman Season 2 teaser has fans excited for what’s to come in the next installment of The CW series. We break it down for fans.

A lot has been happening in November for The CW, including release dates for a number of shows. And now fans have a Batwoman Season 2 teaser to get excited about!

A short 10-second scene was released online, reported EW, giving fans a first look at Javicia Leslie’s Ryan Wilder in action.

The Batwoman Season 2 teaser may be brief, but it packs in a great deal of detail that will have viewers all aflutter. We see Wilder in Kate Kane’s supersuit, all set to put on the iconic red wig. We also hear Wilder say these words: “Time to be powerful”. Chills down our spines!

You can watch the scene on the Batwoman show’s official Twitter channel.

Though it’s great to see Kane’s suit, we know that this isn’t the final version that Leslie’s Wilder will be wearing. The character will be getting an upgraded suit and wig that reflects her heritage.

Batwoman Season 2 Teaser: What’s Next?

The setting of the Batwoman Season 2 teaser gives us vital information about Ryan Wilder and her arc. If she’s changing into the suit in a public bathroom, then she hasn’t joined the Bat-Team yet.

Though we don’t know when the Batwoman Season 2 teaser scene is set, it’s fair to surmise that It will take an episode or two before Wilder is discovered by Luke Fox and Mary Hamilton and brought into the Bat-Team.

We can assume that Wilder finds the suit somewhere, which means Kate Kane was abducted while wearing the suit.

Batwoman -- "Off With Her Head" -- Image Number: BWN115a_0042b -- Pictured (L-R): Camrus Johnson as Luke Fox and Nicole Kang as Mary Hamilton -- Photo: Shane Harvey/The CW -- © 2020 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.

Batwoman — “Off With Her Head” — Image Number: BWN115a_0042b — Pictured (L-R): Camrus Johnson as Luke Fox and Nicole Kang as Mary Hamilton — Photo: Shane Harvey/The CW — © 2020 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.

That Wilder feels the suit makes her feel powerful means that as a civilian, she feels she doesn’t have power. Leslie has spoken about Wilder representing the marginalised in Gotham City and we are already getting our first glimpse of that.

It’s going to be exciting to watch a marginalised character played by someone representative of her community fighting for people who are often forgotten.

What are you looking forward to seeing in the Batwoman Season 2? Tell us in the comments below.

Batwoman Season 2 will air weekly on The CW from January 17, 2021.