DC Daily host Kevin Smith revealed Wednesday night that the DC Universe streaming service will debut on September 15, which also happens to be "Batman Day."
DC Universe will be available for free for the first three months if you pre-order an annual membership. The cost of an annual membership will be $74.99 or you can sign up to pay monthly at $7.99. The service also wasted no time announcing the debut date for their first original live-action series Titans.
Titans is just the beginning of a slew of original content coming to DC Universe down the road. The animated series for Harley Quinn and the third season of Young Justice series will also be on the platform. Live-action series Doom Patrol and Swamp Thing, which is being executive produced by James Wan (The Conjuring films, Aquaman), is slated for a 2019 release on the service.
DC Universe is going to make classic shows, such as the Christopher Reeve-led Superman films, a remastered for HD version of Batman: The Animated Series, and Super Friends, available to subscribers.
If that's not enough, how about a curated list of comics that subscribers can access right at their fingertips? Are you sold yet?