DC Universe: All the New DC Universe TV Series

DC Universe is a VOD ( video on demand ) platform that also includes comics and special programs, with the aim of competing with Hulu and Netflix , but attracting fans of comics, especially DC, with varied content, both new as classic. Initially, this new service will be launched in the United States, to expand to other countries during 2019.

The films of the DC Cinematic Universe will be released on the DC Universe platform, while all the seasons of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and the new remastered version of the great Batman: The Animated Series are confirmed. At the same time, the rights to Smallville , the classic Batman series and all those belonging to the CW’s Arrowverse are being negotiated .

The most powerful bet, however, are the exclusive series and movies that are scheduled to premiere during the first year. The success of the initiative depends on your welcome, so we hope that the quality is in line with expectations… which are many!



Titans is the first series to be released and promises to be a hit, with a more adult and somber tone and a Robin moving away from the shadow of Batman… although it will cost more than you think.

In addition to Robin, the cast of characters includes Beast Boy, Raven, and Starfire; Hawk & Dove will appear as secondary and, depending on their acceptance, they could also receive their own series in the future.

Titans | Official Trailer #2 [HD] | Netflix

If you want to know more about the Titans , here are two articles that are sure to interest you:

Titans: history and relevance of the youngest DC team

Titans: everything we know (and hope) from the television series about the DC group

Young Justice: Outsiders


Young Justice initially premiered on Cartoon Network in 2010 and was canceled after two seasons, much to the anger of fans who still saw immense potential in the animated series.

Finally, at the 2108 San Diego Comic Con, DC announced that the series would get a 26-episode third season in 2019, titled Young Justice: Outsiders .

YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS – Official Trailer (Series Premiere 1/4/19)

Doom Patrol


2019 sees the premiere of the 13-episode first season of the Doom Patrol , one of the strangest and most interesting groups in DC Comics.

Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Girl, and Crazy Jane, led by scientist Dr. Niles Caulder (The Chief), form the Doom Patrol . All of them have suffered horrible accidents that gave them superhuman abilities, but also left them disfigured, physically and/or psychologically.

After being introduced during the Titans series , we will see how Cyborg proposes a mission to this group of peculiar heroes, which will change their lives forever.


The casting is tremendously promising: Timothy Dalton ( Penny Dreadful ) as Dr. Niles “The Chief” Caulder, Alan Tudyk ( Firefly ) as the villainous Mr. Nobody, Jovian Wade ( EastEnders ) as Cyborg, April Bowlby ( Two and a Half Men ) as Elasti-Woman, Diane Guerrero ( Orange Is the New Black ) as Crazy Jane, and Brendan Fraser ( The Mummy ) as Robotman.

If you want to know more about the Doom Patrol, we recommend the Doom Patrol, the strangest group of superheroes in the DC Universe.

Harley Quinn


This animated series for adults will tell us about the adventures of Harley Quinn, but without the Joker.

HARLEY QUINN New York Comic Con 2018 First Look #WBNYCC

Harley Quinn will take on an adult comedy tone and we’ll see Harley, with the help of Poison Ivy and various supporting DC characters, attempt to earn a place in the ranks of the Legion of Doom .


Swamp Thing


Mark Verheiden ( Battlestar Galactica , Daredevil ) and Gary Dauberman ( It and its sequel) are set to co-write the script and serve as showrunners for this live-action series about the character created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson for House of Secrets #92 (1971).

James Wan ( Aquaman , The Conjuring saga ) will be one of the executive producers, so fans of the character can be calm about the tone of the series, which does not seem to be exactly aimed at a child audience. In addition, Len Wiseman ( Underworld saga ) is in charge of directing the first episode.


The story begins when CDC researcher Abby Arcane returns to her childhood home in Houma, Louisiana to investigate a deadly swamp-borne virus. There, she develops an intense relationship with scientist Alec Holland, who suffers a tragic accident. But as powerful forces descend on Houma, attempting to exploit the swamp’s mysterious properties for their own purposes, Abby will discover that the swamp holds mystical secrets, both horrible and wonderful, and that the one who may be the love of her life will not disappear forever. always after all.


Crystal Reed ( Teen Wolf , Gotham ) stars as Abby Arcane, while Derek Mears, the last actor to play Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th reboot , stars as the swamp creature.

The 13-episode series will be inspired by the iconic and acclaimed story “The Anatomy Lesson” published in Swamp Thing Vol 2 #21 (1984), the work of Alan Moore and Steve Bissette, which is considered one of the best stories in history. character of all time.

DC Universe | The Ultimate Membership | Swamp Thing Teaser



Stargirl character created by Geoff Jonhs and Lee Moder in 1999 and associated especially with the Justice Society of America (JSA) will be the first superheroine in real image of DC Universe.


Brec Bassinger will play Courtney Whitmore, the young woman who will eventually become Stargirl, a character that has great emotional value for Johns, since it is inspired by his sister who died in a plane crash.



This live-action series will focus on the lives of Lois Lane and Lex Luthor before Clark Kent arrives in town. That is to say, something similar to the premise of the Gotham series, although we hope that it is a little better carried out than the Fox series.

The series, whose first season also has 13 episodes, will be directed by John Stephens and Danny Cannon, both related to the aforementioned Gotham series . Will they be able to make a series about the city of Metropolis without Clark/Superman interesting?