Hulu Docuseries "Limelight" to Feature "Batman" Co-Creator Bill Finger

"Batman" co-creator Bill Finger will be the subject of a Hulu film series called "Limelight." "Limelight" will showcase men and women who have shaped pop culture over the years.

In addition to highlighting Finger, "Limelight" will also feature "The Dana Carvey Show," "James Bond's" George Lazenby, "Big Brother" magazine, and Shepard Faire, reports AV Club. Hulu made these announcements today as part of their Television Critics Association panel, which also included the news that the streaming site will soon transition to a paid-only service.

For decades Bob Kane was considered "Batman's" sole creator, until recently when Finger was given the co-creator credit. Finger's other credits include co-creating "Green Lantern" with Alan Scott as well as co-creating the Joker with Kane. Comic-Con International also gives out the Bill Finger Award each year in San Diego, for honors in excellent comic book writing. To learn more about Finger's "Batman" legacy check out CBR's full breakdown from 2012.

"Limelight" will be exclusively available on Hulu.

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