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Announced during a live streaming event that shows the many facets of the service, the company revealed that DC Universe would officially expand in the space dominated by Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and Marvel Unlimited on Saturday, September 15. Subscriptions go for $7.99 a month or $74.99 a year and sufficiently advertised viewers who pre-order an annual membership before launch will earn three free months. DC Universe is expected to launch on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and mobile web and web versions. At San Diego Comic-Con 2018, a DC Entertainment representative told Polygon that the service will be available on more platforms, such as video game consoles, in 2019.
DC Universe combines all aspects of the company’s business: subscribers can read a regularly updated and selected portfolio of DC comics; stream classic movies and TV shows based on DC’s properties (Lois and Clark: new Superman adventures revise time!); catch DC Daily, the comic company’s response to The Star Wars Show; and tune in to the original DC programming produced specifically for the platform, including a Doom Patrol series, a Swamp Thing show produced by James Wan, a Stargirl series, the third season of Young Justice and the main property, Titans.
Just before this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, DC Universe released the first Titans trailer, stirring the boat with a dark, gritty vision and Robin dropping the endless line of “Batman.” Without a release date, it was not clear when we would see more of Titans, but now we know too: the reinvention of the Teen Titans, by Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, and Arrowverse brain Greg Berlanti, opens on Friday, October 12 Episodes of Titans will premiere weekly, and the first season will be 12 episodes in length.