PHOENIX – DC Entertainment is about to launch their own digital streaming service and the company just revealed what the platform is all about.
The streaming service is anything but basic. The platform will work as a subscription service for all things in the DC Universe, and will include TV shows, movies, and comics.
DC has a couple of TV shows lined up: Titans set to debut this year, and Swamp Thing and Doom Patrol, set to debut in 2019. The streaming service will also feature animated shows like the third season of Young Justice: Outsiders, and a new Harley Quinn series set to be released in 2019.
It won’t stop at animated TV shows. The streaming service will feature animated films, too, like Batman: Year One and Gotham by Gaslight.
Other notable movies and TV shows in the lineup include Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, the Superman films, Lois and Clark and the Wonder Woman series.
There’s even more than just TV shows and films. What makes the DC streaming service standout from others is that it will also offer DC Comics. No details on what comics will be available, but a wide range is to be expected, going all the way back to the introduction of Superman from the 1930s.
The streaming service will be accessible through phones, tablets, TV screens, iOS and Android devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV.
DC Universe streaming is set to officially launch to the public this fall, with a sneak peek available in August for those who sign up on the DC website.