DC is jumping into the streaming service business: it will launch DC Universe this fall, a dedicated hub for much of its vast library of television shows, films, and comic books. DC wants the platform to be more than just a place to consume content, however: it’s designed as a place for like-minded fans to gather and discuss and revel in all things DC.
To that end, the platform will have moderated discussion forums, an encyclopedia, and blogs to keep fans up to date on all the happenings within the DC world. But DC isn’t forgetting that new, original content will be needed: it’s announced a variety of live-action and animated shows, as well as a daily news program to entice fans into signing up.
DC Universe will launch in beta this fall. Follow along for all of the updates and commentary about the platform and its shows.
The streaming service also announced a new season for Young Justice and release date for Titans season 2
One’s launching on DC Universe, the other is free online
Plus, fans will soon have access to DC’s entire comics library
The long-awaited season 3, now on DC Universe, streamlines the cast and moves them further into adulthood
The next live-action show for the streaming service
A grim-n-gritty reboot of the teen super-team has its lighter side
The show premiered at New York Comic Con, and it launches on DC Universe on October 12th
DC Universe’s first show Titans will premiere on October 3rd
DC Daily will begin on August 29th
This isn’t Teen Titans Go!
DC Universe launches this fall, and it will cost $74.99 per year
DC Universe will include TV shows, movies, and comics all in one place
The platform, DC Universe, will also feature a live-action Swamp Thing drama
Another streaming service, also another DC show