The TV writer says she was dropped from the new CW show after pushing back on racist and sexist storylines and tropes.
The CW series — the first superhero live-action TV series to feature an LGBTQ title character — is set to debut in the fall.
The CW announced it was picking up the show, making Ruby Rose's character the first openly queer superhero in the title role of a live-action series.
The actor revealed the titular town in the CW series becomes a "shitshow" in the back half of Season 3.
The superhero is an "out lesbian and trained street fighter" who might be getting her own series.
The transgender activist will play the character Nia Nal for the CW show's fourth season.
Or both, if you're "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."
"Fanboys all across America are losing their minds."
Showrunner Julie Plec and stars Paul Wesley and Candice King reflect on the series' end.
It looks like there's a murder involved?