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DC Universe Streaming Service Prices Revealed at Comic-Con

Steve Porter / July 25, 2018

We’ve been deluged with amazing news about our favorite shows and movies at San Diego Comic-Con, including major announcements from Warner Bros. Not only did we get new trailers for Aquaman and Shazam, the next movies in the DC Extended Universe, but fans also saw the first sneak peek at Titans. The live-action adaptation of the Teen Titans is the headliner for Warner Bros.’ new streaming service, DC Universe. Unfortunately, the trailer received a brutal reception—now, potential subscribers will have to ask if the other programming on DC Universe is worth $7.99 per month.

Warner Bros. announced the pricing for DC Universe at Comic-Con. An annual subscription will cost $74.99 or users can purchase a monthly subscription for just $7.99. The pricing schedule is competitive with other established streaming services such as Netflix, and a great entry price for new subscribers. For fans who are ready to sign on the dotted line, an annual membership offers over twenty bucks in savings, three free additional months of access, and automatically enters new members into a contest to win tickets for the premiere of Aquaman. That’s a pretty good deal.

If you didn’t like your first look at Titans, DC Universe offers a variety of new programs including Young Justice: Outsiders, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, and Harley Quinn and access to an extensive catalogue of classic movies, cartoons, and comics.

DC Universe will be available in the fall.