To sign up, visit DCUniverse.com.
Numerous original programs based on DC Comics characters are now in development for the service. If you like your superheroes angry and dark (literally dark - it's hard to follow the action in the trailer), then Titans, which doubles down on the DC Extended Universe's grit, is for you.
In 2019, live-action shows "Swamp Thing" and "Doom Patrol" will premiere, along with animated programs like adult comedy "Harley Quinn" and the third season of "Young Justice", rebranded as "Young Justice: Outsiders".
The trailer emphasises on how much Robin, once a sidekick of The Dark Knight, hates Batman.
With this in mind, it should come as no surprise to learn that DC Comics, the creator of Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman, has been quietly developing its own streaming service for some time now. Comics can be read on smartphones, tablets, or TV screens, and will be available to download for offline reading.
It's not a great look, one could say, and while there are plenty of other reasons to stay interested in DC's streaming service, it looks as though this particular series won't be one of them. The DC Universe service has also been priced and users can now begin to register for the service which will cost $74.99 per year.
You'll be able to access DC Universe on Android, iOS, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, and the web when it launches this fall.
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