After months of anticipation, DC has finally announced the launch date for its digital streaming service, DC Universe. On Twitter, the official account of the streaming platform unveiled that DC Universe will officially launch on September 15, which is only a few short weeks away.
The date shouldn't come as a surprise, given that it is also the day of DC's annual Batman Day, which comes with its very own set of events in comic book stores across the country. Now, this Batman Day will be bigger than ever, given that it will not only bring tons of Batman-related events, but also the launch of the DC Universe streaming service.
Fans can already sign up to become members right now, a privilege that will give them three free months of streaming.
It’s official! #DCUniverse is launching on September 15th on #BatmanDay! Don’t miss out on the exciting pre-order that gives you 3 months free! Become a member today! https://t.co/BGr6ovlo4B #DCULiveStream— DC Universe (@TheDCUniverse) August 29, 2018
Not only will the streaming service allow its members full access to such television shows as Batman: The Animated Series and various other DC movies, it will also feature the return of fan-favorite cartoon Young Justice, as well as four new live-action series: Titans, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing and Stargirl.
After a trailer for Titans was released during Comic-Con International in San Diego, it's been revealed that the series will not debut on September 15, but rather a month later in October.
Debuting on the DC Universe streaming service, Titans stars Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson, Anna Diop as Starfire, Teagan Croft as Raven, Ryan Potter as Beast Boy, Alan Ritchson as Hawk, Minka Kelly as Dove and Lindsey Gort as Amy Rohrbach.