Yesterday, it was announced the DC Universe Digital Streaming Service will begin service on September 15, 2018. But the question is, “What will be available on launch day?”

This news and more was revealed during the live stream event of DC Daily earlier today. The new daily news show, focused on all things DC, will be available on the DC UNIVERSE service, with select segments also available for viewing at no cost on additional online channels. In the Kevin Smith-hosted live stream, he unveiled the inaugural slate of talent and experts that will host, share news and provide commentary for fans including John Barrowman, Samm Levine and Harley Quinn Smith, among others.

 

According to Warner Bros., Titans, the exclusive digital service won’t be available until October 12, 2018, and even then, the debut episode will be shown at the New York Comic Con on October 3, 2018. While subscribers will be able to watch the first two seasons of Young Justice on the service, we will still need to wait until 2019 before season three drops. The DC Daily series, with Tiffany Smith as the news anchor, will debut on launch.

While I’ve already subscribed to the service, if DC doesn’t have something mind-blowing on launch day for viewers to watch, then it will be even harder to get new subscribers to climb on board. This is probably why DC Universe announced a contest to get fans excited – BatmanStudioTourSweeps.com.

via DC Comics

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1 Comment

  1. I’m more curious about the comics. They showed some stuff on the stream but I saw a lot of issue #1’s. I was hoping for something more like marvel unlimited than comiXology unlimited. If I can’t read complete storylines then it’s pointless.

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