‘Batwoman’ season 3 episode 3 will see the Bat team contending with an unfortunate incident. Another trophy will go to the wrong hands, and the team will have to deal with the aftermath. Meanwhile, a new Jet family member will surface. In the previous episode, we saw Batwoman and Alive finally teaming up to take down Croc. We can expect the two to team up for more missions down the line.
Batwoman season 3 premiered on The CW on October 13, 2021, with the episode “Mad as a Hatter.” The superhero show had already received greenlight back in February 2021. The third season of the superhero TV show stars Javicia Leslie, Rachel Skarsten, Meagan Tandy, Nicole Kang, Camrus Johnson, Robin Givens, Victoria Cartagena, and Nick Creegan. Let’s now delve into all that episode 3 of Batwoman season 3 entails. Spoilers ahead!
Cast & Characters
Javicia Leslie stars as Ryan Wilder, a.k.a Batwoman. Rachel Skarsten stars as Beth Kane, a.k.a Alice. Meagan Tandy stars as Sophie Moore. Nicole Kang stars as Mary Hamilton. Camrus Johnson stars as Luke Fox, a.k.a Batwing. Victoria Cartagena plays Renee Montonya. Other members in the main cast of Batwoman are Robin Givens as Jada Jet and Nick Creegan as Marquis Jet. Bridget Regan plays the recurring character of Pamela Isley, a.k.a Poison Ivy. Amitai Marmorstein guest stars as Liam Crandle, a.k.a Mad Hatter II. Sharon Taylor also guest stars in season 3 of Batwoman, playing the role of Mayor Hartley.
Batwoman Season 3 Episode 3 Release Date & Preview
Batwoman season 3 episode 3 is set to release on October 27, 2021, on The CW. Titled “Freeze,” the episode will see the not-so-subtle entrance of Marquis Jet. New episodes are released every week on TV as well as on online streaming platforms. Greg Beeman has directed the episode, with Nancy Kiu holding the writing credits.
Episode 3 of Batwoman season 3 will follow an unfortunate incident in downtown Gotham. The official synopsis states that this incident will alert Batwoman and the Bat team to put on the suit again. However, this unfortunate incident entails some grim news too. Batwoman and the Bat team will be alerted of another missing trophy falling into the wrong hands. Meanwhile, we will see another familiar face making an entry. This person belongs to none other than the Jet family. Episode 3 has a working title of “Freeze”. It could be the first part of a two-part story since episode 4 is titled “Antifreeze”.
Season 3 of Batwoman premiered with “Mad as a Hatter,” taking place a while after Alice went to prison. Batwoman being on her usual keeping-the-Gotham-streets-safe job, she sees a new Bat member getting down to the action. Joining her to clean up the streets off crime was Batwing. However, he hadn’t quite mastered his suit yet, and Luke soon realizes that. Meanwhile, we saw Alice, still in her hopeless imprisonment inside Arkham. On the other hand, Sophie had been enjoying her freedom. Holly Dale directed the premiere episode with a teleplay from Caroline Dries.
Episode 2 saw the mayhem that is Killer Croc surfacing in Gotham. However, this was a new incarnation of the croc-humanoid. Right off the bat, Croc starts wreaking havoc and stacking up bodies after bodies. This makes for the perfect opportunity for Batwoman and Alice to show what they can do together. Killer Croc marks the beginning of the team-up between them, and their duo is put to the test. Meanwhile, we see the relationship between Luke and Mary face a shaky patch. Apparently, Luke has a secret that he’s been keeping from Mary. This secret starts subjecting their relationship to serious straining. The title for episode 2 was “Loose Tooth”. Jeff Hunt directed the episode with a teleplay from Chad Fiveash and James Stoteraux.
Where to Watch Batwoman Season 3 Episode 3 Online — Streaming Details
Batwoman season 3 airs on The CW every week on Wednesdays, on CW, at 9 pm ET. You can also catch the episodes on The CW’s official website a day after they air on TV. Viewers can also head over to HBO Max to stream the episodes. If nothing so far works for you, individual episodes are available to buy or rent on video-on-demand services such as Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, VUDU, and Google Play.