"It wasn't an easy decision but those who know, know", she continued.
But last week, in a surprise move that not even the world's greatest detective could see coming, she chose to exit the series ahead of its second season. "Thank you to the cast, crew, producers and studio". On her Instagram Wednesday night time, Rose thanked everybody for watching the present, and she or he moreover acknowledged, "it wasn't a straightforward choice, however those that know, know".
Now, Ruby is thanking fans, cast and crew for their support and for tuning in.
Something tells us we'll learn more down the line, but for now the 34-year-old is content to tease out some real info, saying "those who know, know" the reasons. I didn't need to not acknowledge everybody concerned and the way massive this was for TV and for our group.
"I've been quiet, because it's my choice at the moment, but I know I admire you all", Rose wrote.
Rose also thanked the show's fans, adding, "I'm sure next season will be wonderful also".
"I am beyond appreciative to Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Caroline Dries for not only giving me this incredible opportunity, but for welcoming me into the DC universe they have so beautifully created", she said.
The series was renewed in January for a second season. She did release a statement alongside The CW when the news was announced. She sustained a serious back injury on set earlier in the year - though reportedly, that's not why she left.
What do you make of Ruby Rose's recent comments regarding her exit from Batwoman? Rose left Twitter after being harassed by angry Batwoman fans who didn't think she was the best fit for the role. But according to TV Line (through an unnamed source), she wasn't happy working on the show and that made her hard to work with, so it was a mutual decision.
Despite the controversy the show would premiere to huge viewership for The CW with over 1.8 million people tuning in.
Unfortunately, she doesn't touch on why she ultimately made a decision to part ways with The CW sseries, explaining that she has chosen to remain silent.
Rose also addressed reports that she underestimated and thus eventually balked at the long hours required to star in a weekly TV series that shoots in Vancouver.