Following the overwhelming success of the inaugural streaming platform DC UNIVERSE show, TITANS. Many people have been waiting for the arrival of other both live action and animated shows salted exclusively for the platform.
Here are answers as to when exactly we can expect each to debut.
Young Justice: Outsiders -January 4, 2019. The cult classic show that made its debut on the Cartoon Network then was cancelled and picked up by Netflix returns with a new third season and new home.
Doom Patrol-February 15th, 2019. The crew of doomed souls made their debut on an episode of TITANS and after that many couldn’t wait to see them in their own series. Now we know the date then add to the group Timothy Dalton as the Chief and Joivan Wade as Cyborg, the countdown is on.
Swamp Thing-May 10th, 2019, James Wan is one of the executive producers of this future member of the Justice League Dark. The series combines science, magic and a lot of action coming to the streaming site.
Stargirl-August 9th, 2019. Brec Bassinger as Courtney Whitmore, a young high school student trying to adjust to new life in a new town when she discovers her stepfather has a secret.
Harley Quinn-October 11th, 2019. The animated series with a new take on the former psychiatrist turned bad girl.
We are getting closer and closer to the arrival of the young group of heroes known as the TITANS making their arrival on the DC Universe streaming platform. Now we are getting to learn a little bit more about the heroes one by one. Today DC released a small vignette to give us a little more insight into the former Batman ward played by Brendan Thwaites.
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The DC Universe streaming platform has officially launched and now we are but a couple of weeks away from the highly anticipated debut of TITANS.
The anticipation has been on a seesaw between the trailer, official cast photos and more. This new bit of potential news may not make it any new fans .
According to the Instagram user dc.marvel.unite we have a look at what may be Batman’s suit. Check out the Instagram post below.
Just in case you are not really getting the full feel here are those same pics for you individually.
Do you remember in The Dark Knight when Batman subdued to individuals posing to be him and one of the men said “What’s the difference between you and me?” Batmans reply was “I’m not wearing hockey pants!” This definitely looks like those hockey pants suits.
These pics and the suit have not been 100% confirmed however from the looks of everything it just may be official.
Earlier tonight the DC Universe streaming service announced that it will officially launch on September 15th. That day is also known as “Batman Day”. Along with that announcement came another one, the official debut date of TITANS. October 15th is the date that the group of heroes will come together.
The announcement of release dates were not the only items revealed to the public, new character banners of the Titans squad were given. Before there were behind the scenes photos that caused a stir over the internet. These photos give a better look at the main team being Robin, Starfire, Raven and Beast Boy
We have our first look at the new DC live action show ‘Titans’ coming to the DC Universe streaming site. It is a dark and gritty look at the group of DC heroes led by the former Batman sidekick, Robin (Brendan Thwaites). The trailer which is rated TV-MA for all good reason shows us the other Titans in Raven (Teagan Croft), Beast Boy (Ryan Phillips) and Starfire (Anna Diop). We also get a look at Hawk and Dove in action.
Jay Washington reacts to the trailer and give his predictions and expectations for the series .
As all we know, DC is expanding with its own online streaming service. A couple of the main focuses have been the debut of the live action Titans series and well as the return of the immensely popular Young Justice animated series. Well logos for those two series as well as the animated Harley Quinn series. Also heading to the platform is the superman prequel Metropolis But check out the logos for the aforementioned below.
More news has also surfaced about the new streaming service, as it was announced that Swamp Thing is being developed with director James Wan (Aquaman) set to become the executive producer. It will also have Mark Verheiden (Battlestar Galactica, Netflix’s Daredevil) and Gary Dauberman (It and its forthcoming sequel) who are attached to co-write the script and serve as showrunners on the live-action drama.
Swamp Thing follows what happens when CDC researcher Abby Arcane returns to her childhood home of Houma, Louisiana, in order to investigate a deadly swamp-borne virus and in the process develops a surprising bond with scientist Alec Holland — only to have him tragically taken from her. Abby later discovers that the swamp holds mystical secrets, both horrifying and wondrous — and the potential love of her life may not be dead after all.
The property has been adapted multiple times over the years, that includes two feature films in the 1980s In 1990, a live-action TV series on the USA Network which ran for three seasons, and Fox producing a short-lived animated series in the early 1990s that aired in Canada after it was pulled from the schedule. (Syfy later aired it in syndication.)
By WONDEROUS we me Wonder Girl aka Donna Troy. This is according to Heroic Hollywood as they have reported that Other Space, Elementary and the Blacklist actress Conor Leslie was seen on set of filming for the DC new streaming service show.
It has officially been confirmed she will be portraying the character who originally as
introduced as Wonder Woman’s little sister, and eventually became a member of the Titans alongside the likes of Robin, Kid Flash and Aqualad. Her origin was however later retconned to make her a non-Amazon orphan who gained her powers after Diana recused her from a building fire.
Now that makes Robin, Starfire, Rave, Beast Boy, Hawk and Dove, the Doom Patrol and now so far Wonder Girl for this junior superhero team up. But the recent set photos of Starfire, Beast Boy and Raven have made a few feeling uneasy about this. Let us know your thoughts and opinions.
First we got our looks at Robin as well as Hawk and Dove for the upcoming TITANS series that is coming to the DC streaming service.
Now it seems we may have our “first look” at Beast Boy, Raven and Starfire. In some set photos we see Ryan Potter (Beast Boy), Teagan Croft (Raven) and Anna Diop (Starfire). We aren’t sure if these are actual costumed photos which it seems like or just in between scenes ones. It clearly is cold where they are.
However, we will let you all be the judge of them.
First we got Robin and now we have more first looks coming from upcoming DC streaming show Titans. This time we’ve are getting Hawk and Dove.
The duo is being played by Alan Richtson as Hank Hall (Hawk) while Minka Kelly will be playing Dawn Granger (Dove). Check out the photo below and let us know what you think.
We have out cast set for the upcoming Titans series and now we are getting our first looks at some of the actors in their costumes.
Brenton Thwaites who is set to play Dick Grayson aka Robin is shown above in his uniform.
Titans is scheduled to go 13-episodes in its first season and will premiere in 2018 as part of the launch line-up of DC Entertainment’s untitled streaming platform.