E4 gets the UK broadcasting rights to Batwoman and animated Harley Quinn TV series, confirms Supernatural's final two seasons will air too

E4 gets the UK broadcasting rights to Batwoman and animated Harley Quinn TV series, confirms Supernatural's final two seasons will air too

The CW's Batwoman finally has a UK broadcaster. Despite Sky One's attempts to get access to the superhero series alongside the other Arrowverse shows, E4 has won the rights to the series, along with new animated series DC Universe's Harley Quinn.

Also missing from UK airwaves for some time is Supernatual, which will finally air season fourteen on E4 in 2020 with the final fifteenth season (currently airing in the States) to follow at an unspecified date.

Batwoman stars Ruby Rose stars as Kate Kane, the first openly gay female lead in a live-action superhero show. Three years after the disappearance of Batman, Kate takes up the mantle of Batwoman to save Gotham City. Rose made her debut as Batwoman in 2018 Arrowverse crossover Elseworlds. Presumably the Batwoman episodes of  current crossover Crisis on Infinite Earths will out of sequence with Sky One's broadcast of parts one, three, four and five this year.

Harley Quinn is a new animated adult comedy series with Kaley Cuoco voicing the infamous Batman villain alongside Poison Ivy (Lake Bell) trying to earn a seat at the Legion of Doom.

Supernatural, stars Jared Padalecki and Jenson Ackles as demon-fighting brothers Sam and Dean Winchester, Previous seasons of the long-running series aired on E4, but not new episodes have been available to UK audiences since 2018. The two seasons will being mark the end of the series.

No air dates for these shows have been confirmed.

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