Batwoman season 1 recently wrapped up its run.
Rose gave no reasoning for her departure, but gave her thanks and said it was a "very difficult" decision. "This was not a choice I made gently, as I have miraculous regard for the actors, team and also every person included with the program in both Vancouver and also in Los Angeles".
She expressed her gratitude to producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Caroline Dries for "this incredible opportunity". "Thank you to everyone who made season one a success - I am truly grateful", she added.
Whereas the story was introduced in a approach that Rose's determination was her selection all the approach, sources confirmed to TVLine that the cut up was a mutual determination. The actress said she would not return for another season in the following year, 2021.
Batwoman season two is now set to air in 2021 on The CW.
Deadline brings word of the obstacles encountered by Rose, which led to this leave. Batwoman marked the actress' first full-time series gig, following her debut as the Scarlet Knight in the Arrowverse's December 2018 "Elseworlds" crossover and a short arc on Orange Is the New Black.
It's not down to ratings either, as Batwoman was the third most-watched show on the CW, so who really knows? She went on to say that she had attempted suicide multiple times and had been hospitalised at different times in her life.
"I can't please everybody and some people will love it, some people will like it, some people will have thought I wouldn't be good and might be impressed", Rose told The New York Times.
Ruby Rose has walked away from one of the biggest roles of her career.
With that, it's important to note that the CW remains committed to representation and inclusivity in Rose's absence. "I came out at 12?" She didn't provide any specific reason for leaving the role, so fans are speculating about the possibilities. That makes casting a new actor to take on the role of Kate Kane is surely a top priority.