The first introduces a teenaged Wonder Woman to the world of Super Hero High -- overseen by Principal Amanda Waller -- as Bumblebee shows her new classmate around the campus.
The second episode, "Roomies," shows Diana's culture shock as she attempts to figure out how she'll survive being roommates with someone who appears to be her polar opposite: Harley Quinn.
Announced earlier this year, DC Super Hero Girls will see DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. collaborate with Mattel, Random House Children's Books and LEGO. Mattel will create a toy line that will launch in 2016, featuring a line of action figures and fashion dolls featuring "strong, athletic bodies that stand on their own in heroic poses," according to the announcement. Random House Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Random House Children's Books, will act as publishing partner for the franchise, releasing a series of books about the DC Super Hero Girls starting in spring 2016. LEGO will produce building sets based in the "DC Super Hero Girls" world.