Some of her critics may say that Rachel Meddown lives in a fantasy world. Now. the liberal host of MSNBC is officially part of it.
Meadou announced on Friday that she was branching from a table in a left-leaning network to dip her sock into some superhero drama. She has a role in the new Batwoman television series on The CW. This news was first reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
The host is to play Vesper Fairchild, a "television and radio-loving person" who had a romantic relationship with Bruce Wayne in the comics. However, it is reported that Maddow herself will not "appear" on screen, but will have a presence in several episodes.
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It was at least the second deal announced this week involving major media and the show business. On Thursday, it was reported that CNN political correspondent Dana Bash would consult about Hill, a dramatic series being developed for NBC.
"Father", which debuts this Sunday, marks the first television series about superheroes with the main character. Batban debuted at DC Comics in 2006 as a wealthy heiress who inspires Batman to join the fight against crime in Gotham City.
As the Hollywood reporter noted, Meddown previously wrote an introduction to the graphic novel "Homeland" 2010 "Elegy"
Meddow confirmed the casting news on Friday.
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"I know that no one is going to believe this is true, but it's true," Meadow wrote. My character is not me; I find myself playing on it is one of the funniest things I've ever done. "
" We consider Vesper Furchill "Beth-woman spokeswoman Carolyn Dris said." In addition to Rachel's interest in Bat-Woman, we thought she would be the perfect choice because her own tough journalism wildly contrasts her western penchant for gossip and gossip. women superheroes. "