Young Justice: Outsiders Makes Its Canadian Debut This Weekend

The DC Universe streaming service -- and, by extension, most of its original programming -- has yet to be made available outside the United States. Nevertheless, Canadian viewers will still be able to catch the Young Justice: Outsiders premiere on cable thanks to the Teletoon network.

Teletoon has released a promo revealing that the long-awaited third season of Young Justice will make its television debut in the Great White North on Sunday, January 13 at 8 pm with two back-to-back episodes. Two new episodes will then be aired each subsequent Sunday.

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The promo also helps get viewers up to speed regarding how Outsiders picks up where Young Justice: Invasion left off, explaining that the titular team will now be working side-by-side with the fabled Justice League, as well as how certain heroes have decided to form their own splinter group.

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The promo also allows fans to catch a quick glimpse of fan-favorite Young Justice characters, such as Nightwing, Superboy and Kid Flash, among others.

Young Justice: Outsiders stars Jesse McCartney, Nolan North, Stephanie Lemelin, Khary Payton, Alyson Stoner, Eric Lopez, James Marsden, Mae Whitman, Jason Spisak, Zehra Fazal and Troy Baker. The series is currently streaming on DC Universe, with three new episodes debuting every Friday. Canadian viewers can catch the series premiere on Sunday, Jan. 13, with two new episodes debuting on a weekly basis.

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