The new series, starring Ruby Rose and Meagan Tandy, sees our titular character back in Gotham City amidst a Batman absence. "Batman gave up on us," the trailer, available up top, let's us know. "The Bat's not coming back."
During a Tonight Show appearance last year, Rose elaborated on the personal importance of the role, which she said represents something she "would have died to [see] on TV" as a young member of the LGBT community.
"I feel like the reason I got so emotional is that growing up, watching TV, I never saw someone on TV that I could identify with, let alone a superhero," she told Jimmy Fallon. Rose previously portrayed Batwoman/Kate Kane in the "Elseworlds" crossover.
Batwoman begins its inaugural run this fall. Following last year's shark-centered The Meg with Jason Statham, Rose's upcoming slate of projects also includes SAS: Red Notice and Doorman.
Arrow, another CW/DC property, was recently revealed to be entering its final run of new episodes. The series' eighth season, consisting of a reduced 10 episodes, will be its last.