DC Comics to launch streaming service in beta this August

DC Comics announced that it will launch a beta version of its upcoming streaming service, DC Universe, in August. The platform will offer movies, series and content based on DC Comics’ properties.
The service will include new original series such as “Titans” from Warner Bros. Television, which is set to premiere this year, as well as other WBTV live-action series, “Doom Patrol” and “Swamp Thing,” slated to debut in 2019. Next year will also be available “Harley Quinn” and the third season of “Young Justice,” Variety reported. Additionally, there will be a library with titles such as “Superman” (starring Christopher Reeve) and the original “Wonder Woman” series, as well as comics available for subscribers to read via the service’s app.
The DC Universe website is already operational and users can sign up for the Beta launch. A message on the site says the service is only available in the United States. “We will announce when it is available in your region,” the message adds.
The service will be available on desktop and all iOS and Android devices. It’s also compatible with Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Google Chromecast.