“Crime Scene” synopsis released in Gotham Knights

The CW has released the official synopsis for “Scene of the Crime,” the second episode of the first season of Gotham Knights. The episode is set to air on Tuesday, March 21, following a new episode of Superman and Lois. The episode will see Turner, Duela, Colin, and Harper team up with Carrie in searching for Bruce Wayne’s journals as they try to clear their names as they were framed for his murder. Meanwhile, Harvey Dent begins to wonder if Turner is really innocent. You can check out the summary below.

Find answers – Trying to clear their names, Turner (Oscar Morgan), Duela (Olivia Rose Keegan), Colin (Tyler DiChiara), Harper (Fallon Smith) and Carrie (Navia Robinson) return to the crime scene in search of Bruce Wayne’s journals. Meanwhile, as Harvey (Misha Collins) gets deeper into the investigation, he begins to wonder if Turner is innocent after all. Finally, Stephanie (Anna Lorre) is brought in for questioning after the GCPD suspects she may be helping Turner. Rahart Adams also stars. Jeff Hunt directed the episode written by James Stotero and Chad Vivesh.

Gotham Knights Produced by Warner Bros. Television and Berlanti Productions, as with other DC series on The CW. Chad Vivesh, James Stotero, and Natalie Abrams are writing the screenplay, while Vivesh and Stotero will produce with Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, and David Madden of Berlanti Productions. Abrams will serve as co-executive producer. Fiveash and Stoteraux currently serve as executive producers Batwoman And have credits on GothamAnd KryptonAnd The Vampire Diaries. Abrams Books BatwomanAnd super girlAnd All Americans on the CW.

The series, which recently wrapped production on its first season, recently made some stellar announcements, including Veronica Cartwright as Eunice Harmon, and Ethan Embry and Sunny Mabry as Arthur and Crystal Brown, Stephanie Brown’s parents.

We are thrilled to have Veronica be a part of ‘Gotham Knights’. A veteran of some of the most frightening films ever made – ‘Alien’, 1978’s ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ and Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ – brings Veronica into the role of Eunice Harmon brings a uniquely chilling sense of danger in an unassuming package,” said series creators Chad Vivesh, James Stotero and Natalie Abrams. “The character of Eunice was originally supposed to be unique, but we were so blown away by Veronica’s performance, we knew we had to bring her back.”

Gotham Knights Premieres Tuesday, March 14 at 9 p.m. on The CW.