DC Comics and Warner Bros. have revealed that their upcoming digital streaming service will be called "DC Universe." Along with the announcement comes logos for debuting shows Titans, Young Justice: Outsiders and Harley Quinn.
DC Universe is described as a "first-of-its kind, immersive digital experience designed just for DC fans." A membership to the service will include unlimited access to all of the original content that will be found on the network.
DC first announced plans for a digital streaming service in April 2017 with the reveal of a live-action Titans and Young Justice animated series revival. Since then, the service has announced additional shows such as the animated Harley Quinn (with Margot Robbie set to lend her voice to the title role) and another live-action series called Metropolis, with Lex Luthor and Lois Lane set to co-star.
Recent set photos and videos for the upcoming Titans have made their way online, giving fans a look at Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, Hawk and Dove. The only characters to have official photos released online are Robin and the duo of Hawk and Dove, who will appear as guest-stars on the series.
The DC Universe digital streaming service is expected to launch later this year.