• Fans of the superhero drama series couldn’t contain their excitement for “Batwoman” season 2
  • They were quick to respond when Javicia Leslie shared the trailer on Twitter
  • Leslie will play the new protagonist following the departure of Ruby Rose
  • “Batwoman” season 2 will premiere on January 17 at The CW

Exhilarated “Batwoman” fans couldn’t wait for the return of the superhero series on The CW, and they just cannot stop talking about it on Twitter after the release of the season 2 trailer.

The highly anticipated return of “Batwoman” is one of the most highly discussed topics on Twitter. Fans couldn’t help but express their excitement after Javicia Leslie, who replaced Ruby Rose, shared a glimpse of what will happen on season 2.

“New Batwoman. January 17th,” the 33-year-old actress tweeted.

“Batwoman” fans quickly responded to Leslie’s tweet. Sharing her excitement, avid viewers of the show expressed how thrilled they were to see her in action.

“I can’t wait to see you in action my batwoman,” one fan tweeted. “It’s so great [that] black girls will see someone that look[s] like them as a hero.”

“I can’t wait to watch [bat emoji] Batwoman, another fan said. “And see you in action [red and black hearts].”

Previous reports revealed that Leslie’s Ryan Wilder was an original creation. According to Screen Rant, the character was created “exclusively” for the Arrowverse.

Comparing Kate Kane and Ryan Wilder’s characters, the outlet reported the contrasting personalities of the two. Kane, described as highly intuitive, fought with precision while Ryan was said to be highly skilled and wildly undisciplined.

Executive producer Caroline Dries explained that “Batwoman” season 2 would showcase the different points of view of all characters. She also said that it would show what happened to Kane, Deadline reported.

Rose’s decision to let go of Kane’s character came as a shock to the public. TVLine spoke to some sources, who confirmed to them that the split from The CW was mutual.

An insider further revealed to the news outlet that the long hours demanded from Rose as a lead star in the superhero drama series had distressed her. Moreover, the life in Vancouver, the location where “Batwoman” shoots, was reportedly challenging for Rose.

Now that Kane is out, Wilder will take over, so don’t miss “Batwoman” season 2 on Jan. 17 at The CW.