DC Universe Unveils Its Tentative Release Schedule For Original Series

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Following the NY premiere of Titans, the DC Universe streaming service has released its tentative release slate for its upcoming original series. The schedule includes Titans, Young Justice: Outsiders, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, Stargirl, and the animated Harley Quinn series.

You can check out the schedule below:

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The only release dates that were already confirmed was that of Titans. The show will release starting next week and will release a new episode every Friday. What’s new is confirmation that the highly anticipated third season of Young Justice will kick off the new year and run until February, with the season being split into two parts.

With this being a tentative schedule these dates are subject to change. Meaning, any show could be pushed back due to various reasons. That could include Doom Patrol which began filming roughly a month ago and is expected to continue production the rest of the year. It took Titans over a year from the start of production to release, so expect Doom Patrol to follow a similar pattern.

The James Wan produced Swamp Thing, is moving forward with the cast list slowly being revealed. That is the same case with Stargirl, who just cast Brec Bessinger as the titular hero. Expect these series to begin filming sooner rather than later.

Finally, it was confirmed last night that The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco would voice Harley Quinn in the animated series. A teaser was released for the series that portrayed in a Deadpool like style. We’ll have the longest wait for Harley Quinn as its set to debut at the tail end of next year.

Which series are you most excited about? Let us know in the comments below! –Jackson Hayes

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