DC Universe will launch service with Titans, Doom Patrol, and Swamp Thing


The DC Universe is expected to launch this fall with a handful of their highly anticipated adaptations.

DC Comics fans won’t have to wait much longer to see how some of their favorite teams hit the silver screen. Deadline reports the streaming service will debut this fall for all members to watch their new shows. The DC Universe is expected to have their live-action adaptation of Titans available to stream immediately.

Unfortunately, other buzzy series like Doom Patrol and Swamp Thing will most likely debut sometime in 2019. Considering the former is a spin-off from Titans, it does limit when it can actually premiere. Meanwhile, Swamp Thing has allegedly secured James Wan to direct and is easily one of the most anticipated shows.

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The animated series are also expected to be held until early 2019 as well. This includes the Young Justice revivals, titled Young Justice: Outsiders. The cult favorite has long been rumored to be returning, and the DC Universe happily made that dream a reality. All of the original voice stars are expected to return as well.

Not much is known about the animated Harley Quinn series but it will also premiere in 2019. While there has been no recent update on who will voice her, DC is allegedly in discussion with Margot Robbie. She was easily the fan favorite from Suicide Squad and would be a fantastic grab for the streaming service.

On top of the original series, the DC Universe will also include a wide array of animated films and classic shows like Wonder Woman. Fans will also be able to read plenty of comic books, with a perfect mixture of both old and new.

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The service doesn’t officially launch until this fall but fans can sign up for the beta version in August. Those lucky few will be able to see the Titans early as well as provide feedback on the service. Will you be signing up for the DC Universe? Tell us in the comments below!