The end is nigh for DC Universe as we know it, so with the end of an era upon us, let’s take a look back at all of the streaming service’s original content. From Titans to Young Justice to Stargirl, which is the best of the DC Universe?
It has now been almost two years since the DC Universe was introduced to us. DC’s official streaming platform, the service launched on Sept. 15 2018 in the U.S., providing DC Comics fans with access to a library containing countless DC films, TV shows and comic books.
Furthermore, while it did indeed contain an abundance of TV shows, such as the classic 1975 Wonder Woman series, The Adventures of Lois and Clark, Batman: The Animated Series and Teen Titans, it also jumped on the ever-growing streaming-services-which-produce-their-own-content train and, as a result, has spawned a number of its own shows.
Over the past two years, we have seen original programs Titans, Doom Patrol and Swamp Thing joined by the long-awaited third season/revival of Young Justice (a.k.a. Young Justice: Outsiders), two seasons of Harley Quinn and the arrival of DC’s Stargirl. While not all of those shows’ respective seasons have been universally-acclaimed gems, the vast majority of them have – which, of course, makes ranking them that much harder.
But we never shy away from a challenge so, with that in mind and the DCU transitioning into comic book subscription service DC Universe Infinite instead (with all original content moving to either HBO Max or The CW), let’s analyse all of the original shows DC Universe produced and rank them from worst to best