DC Universe premiere dates: When does Titans return and Swamp Thing arrive?


With the slate of original shows expanding, the DC Universe has revealed the premiere dates for Titans season 2, Swamp Thing, and more!

At WonderCon, the streaming service unveiled some good news for fans desperately waiting for more original content. Deadline reports Swamp Thing will hit the DC Universe this spring while Titans fans will get season 2 this fall.

Arguably the most anticipated DC Universe seriesSwamp Thing sets itself apart from the pack because its meant to be a horror show. James Wan, coming off of the success of Aquaman, is slated to executive produce the series with Underworld creator, Len Wiseman expected to direct. The pilot will be available for DC Universe subscribers on May 31!

Swamp Thing stars Crystal Reed (Teen WolfGotham) as Abby Arcane, the woman who begins investigating weird occurrences in her small town while Derek Mears (Friday the 13thPredators) plays the titular character.

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Meanwhile, ScreenRant confirms Titans will be back this fall with the animated Harley Quinn series debuting shortly after on the DC Universe platform. Titans just started filming the new season now, but it’s been making waves in the news recently. The show added quite a few recognizable comic book characters including Superboy, Deathstroke, Ravager, and Jericho. On Twitter, the series confirmed all of the recent casting news with Chella Man,  Joshua Orpin, Esai Morales, and Chelsea Zhang seen on the tweet.

Harley Quinn has progressed nicely as well, which makes its fall premiere unsurprising. However, it’s a little shocking that Stargirl has been pushed to 2020 to make room for the animated series and Titans. Is the DC Universe afraid of launching any new shows in the summer or winter?

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Unfortunately, Young Justice fans will have to wait a little longer to hear if the show has gotten renewed or not. The fan-favorite animated show managed to somewhat break the server during the premiere because the number of viewers trying to watch at the same time. Considering this season has introduced a lot of intriguing new characters and arcs, here’s hoping the streaming service decides to announce a renewal after the second half of this season.

Are you excited for the return of Titans? Which new series are most looking forward to? Be sure to tell us in the comment section below!

Source: Deadline & ScreenRant