Announced today during DC Universe’s first live stream, hosted by Kevin Smith, the DC streaming service will launch September 15 — otherwise known as Batman Day.
The streaming service will include original programming such as the previously announced live action Titans, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Stargirl, animated Young Justice: Outsiders and Harley Quinn; as well as access to movies like the Christopher Reeve Superman‘s, Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy, live action TV shows such as Lois and Clark, Wonder Woman, and Constantine. An HD version of Batman: The Animated Series will be available as well as other animated films and digital comics.
Added to the growing roster of shows is DC Daily, a new daily show to keep subscribers up to date on everything related to the DC Universe. Tiffany Smith will anchor, and the program will feature guest hosts such as John Barrowman, Samm Levine, Harley Quinn Smith, Sam Humphries, Hector Navarro, Clarke Wolfe, Brian Tong, Markeia McCarty and John Kourounis.
Along with some new images, it was announced Titans will receive its premiere at New York Comic Con on October 3rd, and it will then debut on the streaming service October 12 with a new episode every Friday.
Fans were also treated to a clip from the upcoming 3rd Season of Young Justice: Outsiders
Also revealed is the new logo for the still in development Stargirl from Geoff Johns and Greg Berlanti.
The service will run subscribers $7.99 a month, or $74.99 for 15 months (the first three months are free). Subscribers who sign up before the September 15th date will be entered into a contest to win a tour of Warner Bros.’s studios and a ride in the batmobile. Subscribers will also get a physical omnibus edition of The New Teen Titans mailed to them.