The Gotham Knights pilot at The CW continues to get larger as three new cast members are added to the series.
Olivia Rose Keegan, Navia Robinson, and Oscar Morgan have all signed on, joining Fallon Smythe and Tyler DiChiara who were announced last week.
Based on characters created for DC by Bob Kane with Bill Finger, the one-hour drama takes place in in the wake of Bruce Wayne’s murder. His rebellious adopted son forges an unlikely alliance with the children of Batman’s enemies when they are all framed for killing the Caped Crusader. And as the city’s most wanted criminals, this renegade band of misfits must fight to clear their names. But in a Gotham with no Dark Knight to protect it, the city descends into the most dangerous it’s ever been. However, hope comes from the most unexpected of places as this team of mismatched fugitives will become its next generation of saviors known as the Gotham Knights.
Keegan will play Duela, an abrasive, unpredictable and a little unhinged but above all else Duela is a survivor. Born in Arkham Asylum and abandoned by her father – the most dangerous man in Gotham – Duela forged herself into a brutal fighter and skilled thief.
Keegan was last seen as Lily in High School Musical: The Musical: The Series at Disney Plus. She will also be seen in the Amazon series Daisy Jones and the Six adaptation.
She is repped by Paradigm, Artistic Endeavors, and Schreck Rose.
Robinson will play Carrie Kelley, a fearless, idealistic and plucky as hell character who talked her way into being Batman’s unlikely sidekick. If there’s a burning building or a person in need, she’s the first to rush in. Just as long as she’s home by curfew.
Robinson is best known for her starring role in the Disney Channel series Raven’s Home, the TV series sequel to That’s So Raven.
Lastly, Morgan will play Turner Hayes, who despite the murder of his biological parents, Turner remains resilient and driven to live up to his billionaire adoptive father’s name. While charming and soulful, Turner has never quite felt comfortable in this world of wealth and privilege.