Javicia Leslie has be revealed as the new Batwoman.
She will play Ryan Wilder, a new character who will take over from Kate Kane, who had a secret life as Batwoman.
In doing so, Leslie becomes the first black actress to portray the character in a live action TV show or film.
"I am extremely proud to be the first black actress to play the iconic role of Batwoman on television," said the actress.
Leslie has taken over from actress, Ruby Rose, who shocked fans by announcing her departure after just one series as the caped crusader.
There has been an increased push towards diversity in superhero films and on television.
In a 2018 BBC survey of kids across the US, both girls and boys want to see more female heroes and the majority of children from ethnic minority backgrounds want to see more superheroes who look like them.
Black Panther, which prominently featured black characters, was a box office smash in 2018, becoming the first superhero film to be nominated for Best Motion Picture Oscar.
In 2018, actor Shameik Moore became the first black actor to play Spiderman, by voicing the teenager Miles Morales in the Oscar winning animation, Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse.
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