Ever since the DC Universe streaming service was announced, fans have waited patiently for its arrival, and now it seems the digital program may be coming very soon as it eyes a late August.
We currently know a lot about what series will be included on the DC Universe streaming service, with a live-action Titans series and the third season of Young Justice among the more anticipated programs, but we didn’t have a clear idea of when the service would launch.
Thankfully, during an appearance on the James Bonding podcast, DC Entertainment Community Manager Dani Snow briefly discussed the online platform and when it may be available.
“We are about to launch, I think late August, our DC Digital platform, which will be a hub for all things DC,” Snow said before explaining what kind of content will be on the service. “There will be digital movies, TV shows that you can watch, streaming. We’re gonna have a lot of comics on there. There’s gonna be a lot of good stuff on there.”
Though many suspected the service could launch this year, we didn’t know any specifics. So, while this August launch date doesn’t seem firmly set in stone, it does provide us with a clearer idea of when fans will be able to check out the highly anticipated platform.