To clarify last night’s confusion about ‘Doom Patrol,’ DC has unveiled their tentative release calendar for DC Universe original shows all the way through the end of 2019. Check it out below.
‘Titans’ held a world premiere at NYCC last night ahead of the show debuting on October 12 and continuing through the end of December. As soon as that is over, it looks like ‘Young Justice: Outsiders’ will run half of its season up until the second week of February when it will take a break and ‘Doom Patrol’ will begin. All of ‘Doom Patrol’ will air before ‘Young Justice’ comes back at the end of June and finishes up its third season. It will run simultaneously with ‘Swamp Thing.’ ‘Young Justice’ will wrap up before ‘Swamp Thing’ finishes, but nothing will come in to take its place. After ‘Swamp Thing,’ ‘Stargirl’ will air from the middle of August until the middle of December, at which time ‘Harley Quinn’ will begin. ‘Harley Quinn’ will continue airing into an undisclosed date in 2020.
Additionally, the 1984 ‘Supergirl’ movie will be added to the service on October 5, 2018.
In 2019, DC is releasing at least three out of the five DC animated movies on the service, including ‘Reign of the Supermen,’ ‘Justice League vs The Fatal Five,’ and ‘Batman: Hush.’
David Goyer’s ‘Krypton’ will also be available to watch sometime next year.
‘Young Justice’ producer Greg Weisman will be writing a ‘Young Justice: Outsiders’ prequel comic with Christopher Jones illustrating.
Along with all of that, October will see a new wave of comics added to DC Universe that include New Teen Titans (#13-#20) from 10/2 to 10/15, New Teen Titans (#21-41) from 10/16-10/29, Batman: The Long Halloween from 10/23-11/5, and Batman: Dark Victory from 10/30-11/12.
DC has a lot prepared for their streaming service over the coming months!
Source: The DC Universe