DC Universe Shut Down, Relaunching as DC Universe Infinite

When HBO Max launched earlier this year and touted the huge catalog of movies, TV shows, and animated series based on DC Comics, it felt like it was only a matter of time before the DC Universe streaming came to an end. The writing on the wall came when Doom Patrol and Harley Quinn became available on HBO Max, and now it’s official: DC Universe will be no more in 2021, and it will be rebranded as DC Universe Infinite, solely a comic book subscription service.

The good news is that all the original DC Comics shows that previously called DC Universe their home will continue to live on at HBO Max. And if you’re a current DC Universe subscriber, you can easily upgrade to HBO Max for a limited time promotional price. Get all the details below. Read More »

Adventures of Superman Radio Series

In case you forgot, DC FanDome isn’t over just yet. The big event celebrating all-things-DC was split in half, with the first installment – DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes – arrived in August. Now, DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse is set to arrive this weekend, and bring with it all sorts of new things for fans to nerd out about. One program coming to FanDome this weekend is a revival of the 1940s Adventures of Superman radio series, which will feature the voices of Wilson Cruz, Tim Daly, Daniel Dae Kim, and more.

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Stargirl

DC’s Stargirl is shooting for the stars, and landing at a new network. The DC Universe original is leaving the fledgling streaming platform for The CW, which has renewed Stargirl for a second season and will become the exclusive home for the breakout superhero series next season. Stargirl is just the latest series to abandon the fast-dwindling DC Universe, which is losing shows to HBO Max and The CW, in a move that may indicate that Warner Media is abandoning the short-lived DC-centric streaming platform.

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doom patrol season 2 trailer extended

An extended Doom Patrol season 2 trailer is here, providing a look at a new cavalcade of villains, including The Candlemaker, Doctor Tyme, Red Jack, and The SeX-Men. Being unfamiliar with Doom Patrol lore, none of those characters ring a bell with me, but they might with you, dear reader. The first three episodes of Doom Patrol season 2 will be released next week. In the meantime, check out the trailer below.

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swamp thing on the cw

DC Universe’s Swamp Thing series died before it really had a chance to live. There were rumblings of behind-the-scenes issues before the premiere, and the series was ultimately canceled after only the first episode aired. While DC Universe streamed the rest of the canceled first season, it was clear that the streaming service had no interest in a second season. But Swamp Thing is going to live again – on The CW. Since so many new shows are on hiatus from production at the moment, the network is bringing in the first season of Swamp Thing to fill the void. But that doesn’t mean you should get your hopes up for a second season.

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Harley Quinn Season 2 Clip

DC Universe is giving a second season to the Harley Quinn animated series starring the voice of Kaley Cuoco as the Clown Princess of Crime. The first season just concluded in February, but the series is returning with new episodes rather quickly starting in April. Following a sneak peek at the season premiere at C2E2 earlier this month, a new clip has arrived online showing Harley Quinn and The Penguin having a little confrontation. Watch the Harley Quinn season 2 clip below. Read More »

harley quinn season 2

Harley Quinn, the ultra-violent, ultra-vulgar, ultra-funny animated series from DC Universe, is getting a second season – and it’s arriving surprisingly soon. The first season premiered in November 2019, and we’re not even going to have to wait a full year to see more – season 2 is dropping in April. Like the recent feature Birds of Prey, the series follows Harley after she breaks-up with the Joker, and gets into her own misadventures.

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Green Lantern - Grant Morrison

WarnerMedia had its first Television Critics Association panel for HBO Max since they named their upcoming streaming service. HBO Max Chief Content Officer Kevin Reilly previewed the service last year, but it was still untitled at the time. In their October investor presentation, HBO Max revealed one of their originals is a Green Lantern series from producer Greg Berlanti.

Reilly had an update on Berlanti’s Green Lantern series for the TCA. That led to further questions for Reilly about the future of DC Universe, the company’s current standalone streaming service with originals Titans, Doom Patrol, Harley Quinn and the short-lived Swamp Thing.

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Harley Quinn review

Finally, here’s a good reason to watch DC Universe. The DC streaming service hasn’t exactly set the world on fire with its quality, and it made the most headlines when it canceled Swamp Thing almost immediately, even before the entire first season had streamed in full. On top of all that, rumors abound that the service’s days are numbered, and that its content will be shifted over to the other Warner Bros. streaming service – HBO Max. But for now, DC Universe has landed itself a must-see series: Harley Quinn, a very R-Rated animated series that successfully takes the piss out of the entire Batman mythos, conjuring up a hilarious, irreverent piece of pop entertainment.

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Hey, did you know there are other streaming services besides Disney+? It’s true! Like DC Universe, a thing that still exists! The DC-based streaming service has had been of a bumpy start, but you shouldn’t give up on it yet. Because the service is close to releasing something you’re definitely going to want to check out: Harley Quinn, a very R-rated animated series set in the DC universe. Watch the highly NSFW Harley Quinn trailer below.

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